#134 – psadmin.conf 2018 Recap


This week on the podcast, Kyle and Dan recap the psadmin.conf 2018 conference.

Show Notes

  • Vulnerability Testing During Happy Hour @ 1:30
  • DPK Lab and Open Lab @ 4:45
  • Kyle and Team Save the World @ 11:30
  • JR Bing on Kuebernetes and Elasticsearch @ 13:00
  • Greg Wendt on GH Insights @ 18:00
  • Frank Dolezal on Monitoring PeopleSoft @ 21:30
  • David Vandiver’s Process Monitor 2.0 @ 29:00
  • Nate Werner on Protecting Secrets @ 31:30
  • Kyle and Dan on using Terraform with PeopleSoft @ 37:00
  • Brad Carlson on the open source IB Monitor @ 39:00
  • Scott Hirni on PeopleMobile UX @ 43:00
  • Tech Roundtable @ 47:00
  • Mark Hoernemann on the PeopleTools Roadmap @ 49:30

#47 – Oracle OpenWorld 2016

This week on the podcast, Kyle and Dan talk about announcements from Oracle Open World. We hit the highlights for PeopleSoft Administrators and grade our predictions from last week. Dan also shares why Windows 95 was connecting to PeopleTools 8.55 environments.

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Show Notes

  • Windows 95 Users? @ 1:15
  • Elasticsearch/Kibana Graphs @ 6:00
  • psadmin Hidden Menu Follow-up @ 11:45
  • 8.56 Release Date @ 13:30
    • After recording the episode, we clarified that the PeopleTools 8.56 release date was not announced.
  • Classic Plus @ 16:30
  • Classic UI Support @ 21:15
  • Page Composer @ 28:00
  • Elasticsearch Updates @ 30:30
  • Re-delivering Mobile Expenses Module in Fluid @ 36:15
  • Oracle Cloud Manager @ 38:45
  • Oracle Cloud on Premise @ 39:30
  • Oracle Community Ideas @ 42:30
  • Grading Our OOW Predictions @ 44:00

Thanks to Graham Smith and Javier Delgado for their write-ups and everyone on Twitter who kept us up-to-date.