Oracle Releases PeopleTools 8.59

April 8, 2021 | 1 minute read
David Bain
Sr. Director PeopleTools Product Management
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Today, Oracle made PeopleTools 8.59 generally available for all PeopleSoft customers to run on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI).  This version is loaded with features that increase the value of your existing PeopleSoft Applications and goes a long way in reducing the operating costs necessary to run them.  Consistent with the PeopleSoft Support Policy, Oracle continues to invest in PeopleSoft Applications and has made available one of the most feature-rich versions of PeopleTools in years.  Included in the release are:

  • A new design of the Fluid UI Interface that re-thinks the way users navigate applications
  • Modern administrative experience that automates many of the time-consuming lifecycle processes
  • An advanced analytic platform that integrates external data for better visualization of data
  • A RESTFul integration platform that enforces OpenAPI integration standards
  • Support for the latest database platforms including Oracle Autonomous Database Dedicated and Shared Exadata infrastructure

And much more

To learn more about the release, there are many resources available, including:

PeopleTools 8.59 Homepage

PeopleTools 8.59 New Feature Overview

Upgrade Homepage for PeopleTools 8.59

PeopleTools 8.59 Highlights Video

PeopleSoft PeopleTools Help Center

Cumulative Feature Overview Tool

License Information for PeopleTools 8.59

Use PeopleSoft Cloud Manager Image 12 to download the new version to your OCI Repository and automatically upgrade your PeopleTools environments.  If you're not already running PeopleTools 8.59 in the cloud, please visit the PeopleSoft Information Portal for more information.



David Bain

Sr. Director PeopleTools Product Management

Oracle/PeopleSoft employee since 1996.  Most of the time spent working on PeopleTools in some capacity.

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