In the last post, Understanding The PeopleSoft Cloud Architecture, I discussed the basic high level overview of the PCA. One of the key features of the PCA is the ability to automatically deploy the PeopleTools and PeopleSoft Application layers automatically. This is accomplished using what is known as the Deployment Package Kits or DPK along with the Application Configuration Manager (ACM).
There is a lot of excitement in the PeopleSoft user community along with some uncertainty surrounding PeopleTools 8.55. Many customers have recently upgraded to PeopleSoft 9.2 on PeopleTools 8.54 and are just getting used to the Selective Adoption model. Now Oracle introduces even more features and changes including the PeopleSoft Cloud Architecture.
If you are planning on implementing the Fluid UI within your organization, there is specific training and learning that you must get, in order to roll it out, modify it, or create new Fluid pages.
Key concepts and strategies to consider as you rollout and leverage the PeopleSoft Fluid User Interface.
By Following these guidelines and utilizing the PeopleSoft Test Framework, you will ensure that your selective adoption model is streamlined and you will have happier and less burdened line of business users.