The Fluid UI is resonating within the Oracle / PeopleSoft product strategy team and within the PeopleSoft community. With each and every new PeopleSoft 9.2 image there are new features and functionality released, every 10-12 weeks. But How Many Customers are Using it?
You've upgraded to PeopleSoft 9.2 using Image 13 so that you can take advantage of the new selective adoption model. It's been 1 year and tons of new features and functionality have been added to the most recent image 18. However, you're still on Image 13 and have not taken any of the new features. What Gives?
In the last several posts I highlighted the PeopleSoft Cloud Architecture delivered in PeopleTools 8.55. We reviewed DPKs in general, the three components that make up the DPK (Boot Strap, Puppet, and ACM), and I gave a high level review of the Boot Strap and Puppet scripts. This post will focus on customizing the configuration and deployment of PeopleSoft environments using YAML files.
Following up on the series of Understanding the PeopleSoft Cloud Architecture and understanding DPKs, this post is going to provide an overview of the Puppet scrips & modules that are the second component in the DPK.
We recently discussed the overall PeopleSoft Cloud Architecture introduced in PeopleTools 8.55, and also discussed DPKs, the three components, and the Boot Strap Script. This post is going to provide insight into the various types of DPKs.