This week on the podcast, Dan and Kyle discuss autonomous database and linux support with PeopleSoft, Kyle shares some follow-up on Instance Pools, and Dan explains why a Pre-Production environment is important.
This week on the podcast, Dan shares a tip to generate App Designer crash logs, Kyle talks about adapting and learning to new technologies and some tips for using the OCI CLI.
- Adapting to new things @ 1:30
- App Designer Dump Files @ 6:00
- PeopleTools 8.58 Overview Course @ 10:15
- Cloud Manager 11 Backup and Restore @ 12:45
- Cloud Manager Start/Stop Domains @ 18:00
- oci_cli_rc @
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, Dan talks about a contextual Nav Bar idea and then he and Kyle discuss the idea of using the Cloud Manager libraries for general automation.
- Quick Start Reference for PeopleSoft Update Images on PeopleTools 8.58 @ 3:00
- 8.58 First Thoughts @ 5:00
- PeopleSoft and Elasticsearch Security Examined @ 13:15
- Presentation: PeopleSoft and ElasticSearch Security Examined
- Cloud Manager Kit @ 16:45
This week on the podcast, Dan shares some writing tips for on remote teams, Kyle talks about using OCI instance pools with PeopleSoft, and they discuss the changes they are excited for in Cloud Manager 11.
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 shares a tip for working with REN servers and load balancers, and then he and Kyle talk about what makes good knowledge management systems and how to improve your documentation.
This week on the podcast, Dan shares a lesson learned when applying PRPs and using Puppet with OCI resources. The Kyle and Dan discuss upcoming Cloud Manager features and the Leaky Roof analogy.
This week on the podcast, Dan and Kyle share their thoughts on how PeopleTools Development should change in the future.