I think we can all agree that 2020 was a difficult year for the entire world. Despite that, Oracle-PeopleSoft and you, our customers and partners, have been quite busy. Work at PeopleSoft hasn't slowed, and we've continued to work on new features for our next PeopleTools release as well as incorporating other Oracle and 3rd party technology. One of our initiatives in 2020 was to increase the frequency and improve the relevancy of our blogging. You, our audience, confirmed that the effort was worthwhile by your increased attention to our Tech blog. We had over 50,000 views during the year, which was a significant increase over the previous year.
Our blogging efforts are an attempt to help inform the PeopleSoft community about developments in PeopleSoft technology and increase our connection to you. We intend to keep up those efforts in 2021, so look for more interesting and informative posts in this coming year. We have a new release of PeopleTools planned, and I think it will be a significant one with many valuable features.
Here is a list of the top ten blog posts by number of views for 2020
David Bain announces the on-prem availability of PeopleTools 8.58 and provides some highlights.
Mark Hoernemann explains patch cycle changes made due to the pandemic and how that can help with release planning.
Once again, Mark describes changes to upgrade plans due to Covid, and its possible effects on customers.
Rahul provides an introduction to how PeopleSoft is implementing Machine Learning and how you can benefit from it. This is the first post in a series on this topic.
Greg Kelly explains OAuth support in PeopleSoft.
Matthew Haavisto discusses the recently introduced Kibana analytics, and where/how they are most suitable for use.
Race Bannon informs us about the latest PeopleTools training.
Another in Rahul's series on Machine Learning.
Matthew describes a new feature that enables you to isolate App Engine customizations to reduce life-cycle impact.
The third installment in Rahul's series on Machine Learning.
Those are our 10 most viewed posts. There are many more interesting posts in our blog, though, so in addition to reviewing these, I encourage you to follow the blog and learn about things happening in the world of PeopleSoft technology.
Also, check out the "Top 10 most popular PeopleSoft (Apps Strategy) blog posts of 2020"