PeopleSoft has been working diligently with the Oracle Database team to enable support for Oracle Autonomous Database on Dedicated Exadata Infrastructure, and now supports using ADB with PeopleSoft Applications.
With the introduction by PeopleSoft of the Fluid User Interface the type of device, and screen size, has become transparent to the application. While technically PeopleSoft can accommodate any device access, there is the issue that mobile devices, and the native browsers and protection software, are not as robust as similar desktop versions.
Oracle continues the significant investment in PeopleSoft Cloud Manager, delivering not only new features and enhancements that customers are looking for, but also a more cost effective solution to manage your PeopleSoft environments.
Performance and availability of digital systems are arguably more important now than ever before. In this blog, I would like to introduce four tips to help PeopleSoft stakeholders – including IT and business professionals including PeopleSoft administrators as well as line of business application owners – to deliver critical digital experiences.