Matthew Haavisto’s OpenWorld + PeopleSoft Recap

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Matthew Haavisto’s OpenWorld + PeopleSoft Recap

While we’ve written some thoughts about Marc Weintraub’s OpenWorld 2014 roundup blog post, it’s always interesting to see the show through another’s eyes, particularly as it relates to PeopleSoft. Matthew Haavisto, whom we consider an observant eye in the PeopleSoft space, posted his thoughts on OpenWorld 2014 over at his blog, the PeopleSoft Technology Blog. The good news? Haavisto

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Oracle OpenWorld 2014 Recap: PeopleSoft Focus

First, some key figures from this year’s OpenWorld: 50,000+ attendees 135 PeopleSoft-relevant sessions 12 PeopleSoft demonstration stations It was, in a word, vibrant. We were excited by the energy surrounding PeopleSoft, and Oracle did indeed focus on the two areas we’ve been writing about on this blog for the past few months. Continuous Delivery – new

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Updated: Backblaze’s Hard Drive Reliability Report

If anyone knows something about hard drives, it’s Backblaze, whose very existence depends on the reliable, stable backup of its customers’ data. Earlier this year Backblaze published a report that detailed their operational experience with hard drives from Seagate, Western Digital, Hitachi and others. Just last month, they updated their findings based on the 34,000

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PeopleSoft Release Model Summary

We have written quite a bit about the new PeopleSoft release model, but we have conversations about it weekly. We still find that many customers have high-level questions about the new model and how update images are released and deployed (in contrast with how they used to be released). That’s the crux here: organizations are used

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Some Advice from Jeff Bezos

Jason Fried over at the popular Signal v. Noise blog has a fantastic post about Jeff Bezos stopping by the Basecamp offices to talk product strategy with the Basecamp team. The floor was opened up to a 45-minute Q&A session, in which Bezos shared an interesting opinion: He said people who were right a lot

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PeopleTools Simplifies Internet Explorer Certifications

A couple weeks ago, we mentioned Mark Hoernemann’s post about using the right environment components (especially browsers) for PeopleTools 8.54 rollouts. Since then, Hoernemann, responding to a bevy of questions, wrote another post about how Oracle has simplified the Internet Explorer (IE) certification process. IE is a massive mainstay in the enterprise, and this information is

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