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PeopleSoft PeopleTools DPK Installation Locations

When doing native PeopleSoft PeopleTools VCD installation – you had to install several software separately and provide several locations as input during the installation process. For example, you had to provide PS_HOME, JDK Home, Tuxedo Home etc. When carrying out PeopleSoft PeopleTools DPK installation, you would be asked to provide only the location of PeopleSoft […]

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Difference between PeopleSoft Cloud Architecture and PeopleSoft Cloud Manager

It’s very easy for someone to get confused with PeopleSoft Cloud Architecture and PeopleSoft Cloud Manager but both have really simple explanation. One is referred to the set of features use to get cloud like features and another is used to move and deploy in-house PeopleSoft environments to Oracle Cloud. Difference between PeopleSoft Cloud Architecture […]

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What is PeopleSoft Cloud Manager?

PeopleSoft Cloud Manager (PCM) is the latest feature offered by Oracle for PeopleSoft customers. It was made publicly available in Feb 2017. PeopleSoft Cloud Manager is based on the similar principle that were used by PCA (PeopleSoft Cloud Architecture). PCA allowed customers to take benefit of cloud like features such as dynamic scaling and quick […]

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What is Puppet and what’s its significance in PeopleSoft?

If you’re familiar with PeopleTools 8.55 , then you must have heard about DPKs. DPK are the deployment kits which automates the installation and configuration of PS environment. DPK uses Puppet and Hiera for performing these automation and configuration tasks. What is Puppet? Puppet is an open source configuration management tool and produced by Puppet […]

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What is PeopleSoft DPK?

With release of PeopleTools 8.55, Oracle introduced the concept of DPK i.e. Deployment Kits. Before we discuss about DPKs, we need to learn about how PeopleSoft system works. You might already know that PeopleSoft architecture comprises of different layers i.e. Database Server, Application Server, Web Server and Process Scheduler. When you deploy a PS environment, […]

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