Tag: PeopleTools

Recorded at COLLABORATE 19

Session: 103540

With today’s technology, IT Security and ease of access are in constant conflict. On one hand, data must be kept safe from unauthorized individuals, especially in the world of SOX applications where data is extremely confidential; on the other, there is the desire to make technology as easy to use as possible. This is a conflict that I personally faced when completing our PeopleSoft upgrade to 9.2, with the intention to make use of the mobile capabilities. The biggest struggle came from the mobile suite that our company utilizes to control our company phones. This suite required employees to log into that suite using their network credentials, resulting in double authentication for the mobile PeopleSoft application. We wanted to find a way to not only maintain the company’s security needs, but also make the application as convenient as possible for users. To do this, I implemented Single-Sign On capability utilizing the company’s .NET framework and PeopleSoft’s built-in login logic.

Presented by Ryan Black, LG&E and KU Services

Recorded at COLLABORATE 19

Session: 110200

PeopleSoft has added a lot of functionality in the area of analytics. Pivot Grids, Simplified Analytics, Personalized Analytic Notifications and Kibaha (Kibana) are all available now within PeopleSoft. In this session, we'll give an overview of the different analytics and what they are best used for, as well as a deep-dive into how your organization can use analytics for notifications.

Presented by Matthew Haavisto, Oracle

Recorded at COLLABORATE 19

Session: 110170

The flexibility and extensibility of Oracle's PeopleSoft is a cornerstone of its success in the market. In this session learn about the new and exciting ways you can make PeopleSoft meet unique requirements by changing the way you do customizations.. (delete extra period) Learn about new PeopleSoft tools and frameworks such as Drop Zones, Event Mapping, Page and Field Configurator, and more that help you align the UI with your needs (delete extra space) without costly lifecycle impact.

Presented by Matthew Haavisto, Oracle

Recorded at COLLABORATE 19

Session: 102240

Creatively enhanced the delivered fluid T&E tools to improve the user experience and prepare for utilization on mobile devices. Created tiles linked to internal and external websites, tiles which organized user data with pivot grids and query manager, and shortcuts for efficiency. Structured the tiles with new dashboards and homepages. A robust approval process was achieved through Page Composer and configuration.

Presented by Cynthia Hollmann, Edward Jones

May 22 @  2:00pm

Load testing is critical to the success of The University of Colorado. Our University Information Services team makes heavy use of load testing technology for both production readiness and troubleshooting in both production and non-production environments. This session will cover our Load Test Environment configuration and use of SilkPerformer. We'll review 4 types of testing…

May 22 @  3:30pm

This presentation will be a detailed step by step introduction in to the installation of PeopleSoft Cloud Manager on the Oracle Cloud Infrastructure. The installation and configuration overview will be followed by a hands-on demo using PeopleSoft Cloud Manager to instantiate PeopleSoft environments; manage images; and upgrade PeopleTools on PeopleSoft Cloud Images. This will be…

At COLLABORATE 19, the Oracle team announced the next class of PeopleSoft Innovators. The organizations that were included in this group completed projects and implementations that showcase the kind of rapid change and responsiveness that is possible with today’s PeopleSoft. These customers are leading the way and driving strategic transformation initiatives in an attempt to continuously evolve their systems, processes, and how they do business. Whether they are adopting Cloud technologies, improving user experience, eliminating and isolating customizations, or implementing new products, these innovators are using PeopleSoft to change their organizations for the better.

May 22 @  3:30pm

PeopleSoft Fluid Delivers a Whole New User Experience Oracle's PeopleSoft applications are designed to address the most complex business requirements. They provide comprehensive business and industry solutions; enabling organizations to increase productivity; accelerate business performance; and provide a lower cost of ownership. Objective 1: What are the key decision factors in adopting Fluid UI? What…

Recorded at COLLABORATE 19

Session: 101240

Load testing is critical to the success of The University of Colorado. Our University Information Services team makes heavy use of load testing technology for both production readiness and troubleshooting in both production and non-production environments. This session will cover our Load Test Environment configuration and use of SilkPerformer. We’ll review 4 types of testing we execute: baseline, stress, load, and failover. We’ll share the importance of identifying success criteria, identifying what you’re trying to test and measure, integrating different types of testing into our SDLC, review example results reports, and some specific problems we were able to troubleshoot. Come join us and discover why we do it, how we do it, and why you might want to do it.

Presented by Christoph Toomer, University of Colorado

Recorded at COLLABORATE 19

Session: 109840

Lift and Shift Oracle’s PeopleSoft solutions to Oracle Cloud Infrastructure(OCI) to get the best of both worlds. This is an opportunity to better understand how to get started using OCI for PeopleSoft workloads. Discover how OCI is embracing continuous delivery to provide new innovations to customers on an ongoing basis, and how every PeopleSoft customer can engage with OCI to impact the roadmap, help prioritize investments, and collaborate in the community. This session explores how PeopleSoft customers found OCI File Storage the best choice for their enterprise storage needs and received trusted expertise and comprehensive support from joint teams.

Presented by Arvind Rajan, Oracle

Recorded at COLLABORATE 19

Session: 109980

Come to this session ready to ask questions of the PeopleSoft team. All levels of Oracle's PeopleSoft team from PeopleTools to applications and from product strategy leads to executive management team will be on hand to address your questions. Wrap up the event by getting your top of mind questions by the PeopleSoft team.

Presented by Marc Weintraub, Oracle

Recorded at COLLABORATE 19

Session: 109800

Setting up highly available architectures for your Oracle applications like EBS, JDE and PeopleSoft used to be difficult and expensive. But moving them to the cloud - specifically Oracle Cloud Infrastructure - allows you to easily take advantage of the natural redundancies this new IaaS platform offers you. In this session you will learn how easy it is to deploy your apps in a highly available configuration - distributed across Availability Domains that are fault tolerant against any imaginable catastrophe and replicated across geographic regions. You'll also learn how cost effective these solutions are. DR and HA configurations no longer need to break the bank!

Presented by Joe Malek, Oracle

Recorded at COLLABORATE 19

Session: 100470

This presentation will be a detailed step by step introduction in to the installation of PeopleSoft Cloud Manager on the Oracle Cloud Infrastructure. The installation and configuration overview will be followed by a hands-on demo using PeopleSoft Cloud Manager to instantiate PeopleSoft environments, manage images, and upgrade PeopleTools on PeopleSoft Cloud Images. This will be a working demo with Cloud Manager running on the Oracle Cloud Infrastructure – all examples will be done in real time during the presentation.

Presented by Aaron Engelsrud, Capella University

As part of PeopleSoft Global Day 2019, Nagendra Krishnappa, Product Manager of PeopleTools Development at Oracle, spoke about PeopleSoft on the Oracle Cloud and how you can get there with PeopleSoft Cloud Manager 8.0. In his presentation, Nagendra covered Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI), PeopleSoft on OCI, and PeopleSoft Cloud Manager 8.0 capabilities.

The Critical Patch Update (CPU) for April 2019 was released yesterday, April 16. Oracle strongly recommends applying the patches as soon as possible.

The PeopleSoft team has identified potential issues within Fluid Simplified Journals and has corrected them in order to create a more efficient process for users. One of the primary problems is that the Journal Entry Component Page has had a very large number of fields and links. Many of these fields and links are used on only a few journals and have very particular functions.

Matthew Haavisto, part of the PeopleTools team, spoke about tools and methods that PeopleSoft users can leverage to help isolate customizations (one of PeopleSoft’s five major initiatives) within their system to help reduce the impact on the application lifecycle. Drop Zones were made available in PeopleTools 8.57 and the latest feature to help users modify application pages to include new fields without impacting delivered pages—ultimately isolating customizations within PeopleSoft.

Drop Zones are one of the latest tools added to PeopleSoft to help users configure their content to meet business needs. PeopleSoft delivers several tools that let you change the system to meet your needs without making it difficult to apply maintenance and adopt new features. Other tools like Event Mapping, Page & Field Configurator, Forms and Approval Builder let you configure and extend your PeopleSoft system.

May 22 @  2:00pm

As you consider a project to expand user access and make PeopleSoft available via the open internet, it is critical that you consider how expansion of access increases your threat surface. While projects like moving to 9.2/Fluid provide greater mobility and productivity, managing access becomes exponentially more complicated. Join us as we discuss security strategies…

May 22 @  12:30pm

The concept of “segregation of duties” has been a historical control mechanism that looks to make sure that appropriate checks and balances are in place so users, roles and permissions are appropriately set up and managed. The goal being to prevent any given user or role from being too privileged and able to subvert critical…

May 22 @  2:00pm

Join Elire as we discuss Advanced Disposal Services's successful technical upgrade from PeopleSoft 9.1/PeopleTools 8.52 to 9.2/8.56, executed as a first phase project. This case study will focus on the successful delivery of initial scope - including the implementation of the Canon AP Automation Solution, Lease Administration, improvements to Expenses, and a limited roll out…

In this episode of the PeopleSoft Spotlight Series, you’ll learn drivers behind developing PeopleSoft Fluid UI, what Fluid UI is and what it can do, and how to develop a strategic plan to roll out Fluid UI. Fluid User Interface represents PeopleSoft’s strategic direction for delivering a robust and intuitive, yet familiar experience for application users. Application usability is something that PeopleSoft has been working on for a long time. Each of the last few releases of PeopleTools has included enhancements to the user interface. PeopleSoft has been paying attention to the overall experience that users have as they work with applications. The goal has been to make systems more intuitive and easier to use.

May 22 @  12:30pm

Oracle keeps delivering great new tools to help PeopleSoft clients “de-modify” their systems. The newest is Drop Zones, delivered in the newly-released PeopleTools 8.57. We’ll give you a step-by-step walkthrough of how to implement Drop Zones, as well as two other “go vanilla” tools – Page and Field Configurator and Event Mapping. The second half…

May 22 @  3:30pm

Integris Health is saving time and money moving to an automated testing service. Your presenters from SpearMC will explain the value of saving time for functional SMEs by replacing routine, manual testing with automated scripts. We will also discuss how to easily migrate automated test cases across environments. Use case will be presented to evaluate…

One of the strengths of PeopleSoft is the ability to customize your applications to meet unique requirements of your enterprise. Unfortunately, customizations were a problem from a life-cycle perspective, and were difficult to maintain. Now PeopleSoft has introduced several tools and methods for isolating customizations, reducing the impact on your applications life-cycle. Drop Zones are the latest feature to support isolating customizations. Using Drop Zones, you can modify application pages to include new fields and other widgets without impacting delivered pages.

In this webinar you will learn:

What Drop Zones are
How to use them on your pages
How they will benefit your life-cycle and update strategy

Presented by Matthew Haavisto, Oracle