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See you at ReConnect!

Greg Kelly
Product Strategy Director - Security

I look forward to seeing you at these sessions at ReConnect.


Tuesday 10/06 10:30 Pacific - 102260

Using Remote Client Functionality - a new feature which you mightn’t have seen!

This feature was introduced in PT 8.58 to ensure the delivery of the actual client (browser) address to PeopleCode and the logs.


Wednesday 10/07 9:45 Pacific - 102110

Integrating PeopleSoft Applications with AI/ML with the Data Distribution Framework

 - With Rahul Mahashabde, a PeopleTools Architect

AI/ML, for some, is a solution looking for a problem. We will examine near term and roadmap use cases for PeopleSoft Applications and highlight the new Data Distribution Framework that PeopleSoft provides to integrate with AI/ML systems We will also look at how industry experts and thought leaders see this technology being adopted.


Wednesday 10/07 10:45 Pacific - 102130

Oracle Management Cloud for PeopleSoft - with Doug Strickland

In this session, we will look at the various features of OMC which support administration of the PeopleSoft environment.


Wednesday 10/07 12:30 Pacific - 102100

Mitigating Insider Abuse - managing a growing area for concern in Enterprise Security

We will look at some contributing factors for Insider Abuse and little-used mitigation controls.


Thursday 10/08 09:15 Pacific - 102230

Understanding OCI File Systems – with Hari G.I. who is part of the PeopleTools Cloud develer team

Deep look at OCI file systems for PeopleSoft.


Thursday 10/08 11:15 Pacific - 102070 

Beyond Hardening - New Threats – the topic that never gets old!

In this session we will re-visit approaches for hardening PeopleSoft relating to emerging threats and evolving security features.


Four jam-packed days of PeopleSoft Learning 

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