Thursday, March 13, 2008

PeopleSoft Blogs

PSADMIN: An Odyssey of discovery

This is a new blog that covers pertinent technical issues, tips and architecture of PeopleSoft Infrastructure. It will also cover various PeopleTool sets, Enterprise Application modules, upgrades and industry best
practices. Click here for more information.

Extra Hot:
Chili Joe has a very nice PeopleSoft blog. Lots of good technical stuff.
Check it out.

Hardware Sizing Resources

Here are some handy links if you're interested in coming up with a starting point for your fresh PeopleSoft installation or you'd like to upgrade your hardware:




SUN: has some other Sun/Oracle info though might not be specific to PeopleSoft. Try e-mail to get more info. Note this address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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