This week on the podcast, Dan talks about Dynamic Role Rules, Kyle shares an experience with the DPK and temp directories, and they also discuss if Coherence patches are necessary when apply security patches.
This week on the podcast, Kyle shares his Rundeck plugin for OCI that will dynamically provides OCI nodes to Rundeck, and then Dan and Kyle discuss the difference between sync and async messaging and how that affects the Integration Broker.
This week on the podcast, Kyle talks about repackaging .jar files with the DPK, Dan discusses his mishap the VisualCOBOL runtime, and why he likes the Excel Add-in Tools for PeopleSoft.
This week on the podcast, Dan runs into more password issues and get frustrated with the PUM Dashboard color schemes. Then Kyle and Dan talk about using Rundeck with Windows Nodes and OpenSSH.
- More Password Issues @ 3:00
- PeopleSoft URLs are Function Calls @ 9:00
- PUM Dashboard Color Scheme @14:30
- Rundeck and Windows Nodes @ 22:30
- Rundeck and GitLab Overlap @ 32:00
This week on the podcast, Dan shares a tool he uses to work with certificates and keystores, Kyle gives a tip when working the Linux services, and then they talk about the CFO tool and why you should use it.
This week on the podcast, Dan talks about using ACM for basic configuration and his tips for using proxies to debug search and IB issues. Kyle shares how he used Terraform and Resource Manager to auto-deploy Cloud Manager.
This week on the podcast, Jim Marion joins us to talk about PTF and the changes to Selenium, Kibana related content, and (re)introduces Pluggable Encryption Technology.
This week on the podcast, Dan and Kyle discuss “toil”: what it is and how it affects your team. Then Dan shares a debugging story about the Integration Broker and how he solved the issue with Wireshark.
This week on the podcast, Dan and Kyle share some free resources to keep learning while you are at home. Kyle talks about the new Slack notifications with the OCI Notification Service, and Dan discusses his experience setting up FTPS with PeopleSoft and IIS.
This week on the podcast, Dan shares some of his favorite musicians live virtual shows, Kyle discusses the difference between Fluid Homepages and Dashboards, and they also discuss the extended 8.56 support window.
- Virtual Concerts @ 2:30
- Google Cloud Shell @ 5:00
- PeopleTools 8.56 CPU Patch Cycle Extended @ 9:10
- Fluid Dashboards @ 13:15
- InfrastructureDPK @ 25:30
- LoadCache Manifest for Windows @ 33:00