This week on the podcast, Dan talks about how his formative years in computing still affect him, Kyle shares some follow-up on deploying the latest PIs, and then Dan talks about using Postfix as an SMTP relay to improve email delivery in PeopleSoft.
This week on the podcast, Jim Marion joins us to talk about how continuous delivery on the application side impacts PeopleTools. We also talk about Kyle’s “PUM Scrum” idea and some of our favorite features in the upcoming PeopleTools 8.58 release.
- 8.58 Excitement @ 3:00
- Continuous Delivery Impacts on PeopleTools @ 7:15
- “PUM Scrum” and PTF @ 23:00
This week on the podcast, Kyle and Dan discuss how to use the Update Manager Dashboard for improving Event Mapping lifecycle management, the upcoming Infrastructure DPKs, and integrating Kibana into more of PeopleSoft.
This week on the podcast, Graham Smith, Sasank, Vemana and Jim Marion join Dan at Oracle Open World 2019 to recap the big PeopleSoft announcements. The group discusses the upcoming UI changes in PeopleTools 8.58, the upcoming Kibana visualizations capabilities for application data, and a discussion about search security.
- 8.58 UI Changes @ 3:00
- Kibana Visualizations @ 10:00
- Search Security @ 18:00
- Chatbots and demos that go wrong @ 27:00
This week on the podcast, Matthew Haavisto joins us to talk about Fluid, Interaction Hub, Federation and planning for new PeopleTools releases.
This week on the podcast, Dan and Kyle talk about Tuxedo blocking IP addresses, the Kibana Dashboard and building custom visualizations, and Dan talks about using mitmproxy to troubleshoot integration errors.
This week on the podcast, Dan shares a Terraform hands-on Lab from OpenWorld and Kyle has some ideas to replace Health Center. Then Dan shares his experience investigating an incident with PeopleSoft and what he learned.
This week on the podcast, Kyle talks about Push Notifications he built for Phire and how you could extend Phire. Dan explains the pt_password DPK Puppet Type, and Kyle discusses a leak of 2 billion passwords.