Transform your virtualization journey with Containers – Get your basics right Our first post gave you a sneak preview of containers. A container is a type of virtualization like virtual machines or virtual memory. But the edge it has over VM is in its ability to virtualize not only the hardware resources like CPU and Read More
Containers: The Next Step in Virtualization Tapping Digital Customers through Modern Applications Hexaware sees this age as the age of digital customers. And for these customers to be able to achieve their business objectives, they must have access to modern innovative apps. This provides great opportunities for enterprises to proactively analyze their existing apps portfolio Read More
Distributed Agile Delivery Model is an Agile Global delivery framework focusing on multi-shore project delivery enabling both dispersed and distributed teams to have successful business value delivery. The Agile Edge: In the software industry, Global Software Development (GSD) has become a common practice and has its own advantages for eg; solving local IT skill shortage Read More
This is the first of a two-part series that discusses how to identify and remove redundant indexes from a PeopleSoft system. I recently wrote a series of articles on my Oracle blog about identifying redundant indexes on an Oracle database. The same approach can be taken with PeopleSoft, but using the metadata in the PeopleTools tables rather than the database catalogue.
There’s a great episode of Marc Weintraub’s PeopleSoft Talk interview series, featuring a 30 minute discussion with Paco Aubrejuan. There’ll be some great points for everyone to take away from it, however here are my highlights:
At 11:00 AM Pacific on Tuesday, October 25th (tomorrow), I have the privilege of talking about Cloud and on-premise (ground) integration. Whether cloud to cloud, cloud to ground, or ground to ground, integration is probably one of the most difficult aspects of any implementation. Integration comes in two flavors:
Back-end integration is the most common. Back-end integration involves integrating data between two systems either for processing or presenting a common user experience.
The DPK scripts are simply amazing. I enjoy the flexibility of the new DPK system. I will confess, creating an HCM demo environment with DPK is not as easy as the prior PUM image method, but it is pretty close. As I prepared for OpenWorld 2016, I thought I would download the latest HCM DPK (update 18) and build out a new demo server on my MacBook. Unfortunately, I wasn't able to use the standard Windows PowerShell approach (PowerShell on Mac?