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, Greg Wendt from Appsian joins us to talk about IDP-based authentication, Zero Trust security with PeopleSoft, and some of the creative ways you can use Appsian.
- Introducing Greg Wendt @ 1:30
- IDP-based Authentication @ 3:30
- Kiosk Security and BYOD @ 9:00
- Zero Trust and PeopleSoft @ 11:30
- Security Implications with Cloud Migrations @ 18:00
- How do privacy laws affect PS Admins? @ 21:30
- Creative uses with Appsian @ 34:00
This week on the podcast we talk about PeopleTools 8.58 and some of the new features we are most excited about. Dan also shares his experience with using Cloud Manager to auto-upgrade an environment to 8.58.
- PeopleTools 8.58 is Out @ 1:30
- Automatic PeopleTools Upgrade @ 4:30
- New User Interface @ 6:45
- Config/Customization Improvements @ 12:30
- Reporting and Kibana! @ 18:45
- Health Center and Logstash @ 22:00
- Machine Learning Framework @ 30:00
This week on the podcast, Dan and Kyle talk about running PeopleSoft applications in a cluster and with federated approval and push notifications. We discuss some of the configurations needed for federations and our lessons learned.
- Presence of IT Cloud White Paper @ 1:00
- Fluid Home Button URL @ 5:30
- Federated Push Notifications Bug @ 11:00
- Clustered Application Concerns and Testing @ 17:00
- Federated Approvals @ 21:45
This week on the podcast, Dan shares a VisualStudio Code plugin that edits files using SSHFS and some lessons learned from a recent PeopleTools 8.56 upgrade. Dan and Kyle also talk about using Terraform to build and create servers on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Classic.
- Visual Studio Code – SSHFS editing! @ 1:30
- OPC CLI and Terraform @ 7:30
- Elasticsearch 05 DPK @ 5:30
- The Rabbit Hole @ 19:00
- 8.56 Go-Live @ 27:30
This week on the podcast, Kyle and Dan discuss challenges on moving to the cloud, how to limit search data in non-production environments, and using XPath to modify XML files.
This week on the podcast, Dan shares a new project called ps-terraform to help you build PeopleSoft Images on AWS. Kyle tries to resolve a Friday Night Ghost issue and Dan follows up on his love for Continuous Integration and the DPK.
- Elasticsearch DPK Install Methods @ 1:00
- GitLab Continuous Integration Follow-up @ 5:30
- Friday Night Ghost @ 19:00
- Ps-terraform @ 31:00
This week Mark Hoernemann joins us to talk about platform certifications with PeopleTools. Mark explains how the PeopleTools team determines what platforms to support and how the support policies work. Then Mark gives us more details on the PeopleSoft Cloud Manager.
- Bringing App Engine to an SQR Discussion @ :45
- Overriding Facter Facts @ 5:00
- COBOL DPK and Unicode @ 7:45
- Mark Hoernemann Interview @ 9:30
- Deciding what platforms to support @ 11:45
- SQL Server 2016 certification @ 15:30
- Why platforms are dropped from support @ 18:00
- Supporting frequent browser releases @ 20:00
- 8.56 certification changes @ 24:00
- Cloud Manager @ 24:45
- Self Service Environment Administration @ 28:30
- Getting Started with Cloud Manager @ 29:45
- Building environments with Cloud Manager @ 37:00
- Applying PeopleTools patches when provisioning environments @ 40:15
- New PeopleTools features between releases @ 43:30
This week on the podcast David Bain, Product Manager for PeopleTools, joins us to talk about Fluid, the Cloud and PeopleSoft, and his favorite PeopleTools features. Dan and Kyle also recap some great discussions they had at the Collaborate conference.
- David Bain Interview
- Why the cloud is important to PeopleSoft @ 2:00
- Why Fluid is a better user interface @ 13:00
- Favorite new PeopleTools feature @ 19:45
- How PeopleSoft uses PTF internally @ 22:45
- Favorite PeopleTools feature of all time @ 26:00
- Recap of David’s Interview @ 28:00
- Unsexy software features @ 38:00
- “Hidden” PeopleTools features @ 39:30
- Interaction Hub @ 45:45
- Phire and a Testing Module @ 52:30
This week on the podcast Jim Marion joins us to talk about Fluid Development, embedding PeopleSoft into cloud applications, Event Mapping, where the cloud makes sense and Jim’s new role at GreyHeller.
- Jim’s Background @ 2:15
- New Role with Grey Heller @ 3:45
- Thoughts on the future of PeopleTools @ 6:00
- Fluid Development @ 9:00
- Improving App Designer @ 11:30
- Event Mapping and Branding Objects @ 14:00
- Using the Cloud at Grey Heller @ 25:45
- Embedding PeopleSoft with Cloud Applications @ 32:00
- Disadvantages of Hybrid Cloud Systems @ 43:30
- Where the Cloud makes sense @ 47:30