Monday, March 31, 2008


PeopleSoft Red Papers:

Check out the following 2 Red Papers on Customer Connection:

Oracle Database Vault for Enterprise Tools 8.46 and Higher

This Red Paper discusses the guidelines on how to implement Oracle Database Vault in a PeopleSoft environment, including installation, configuration, and known limitations.
Much of the information contained in this document originated within PeopleSoft Development in collaboration with some of our big customers and is therefore based on "real-life" customer use cases encountered in the field. Although every conceivable problem that one could encounter is not covered in this document, the issues that appear are the problems that prove to be the most common.

This Red Paper is a practical guide for technical users, installers, system administrators, and programmers who implement, maintain, or develop applications for your PeopleSoft system. In this Red Paper, we discuss guidelines on how to build a fault tolerant PeopleSoft Online Transaction environment, including PeopleSoft Internet Architecture and Portal. The clustering architecture ensures that the deployed PeopleSoft system has no single point of failure and that the system can operate uninterrupted in an event of a HW/SW failure.

White Papers

Integrated Talent Management: Extending the Value of a Strategic Framework (PDF)

Check this latest Whitepaper on Oracle’s integrated talent management framework that solves immediate people-problems while establishing a foundation for resolving critical issues on an ongoing basis. Some of the key issues addressed include driving productivity and profitability, maintaining alignment with business objectives and optimizing overall organizational performance. Native integration and a single data source equip HR with consistent employee data and information, enterprise-wide line-of-sight visibility and insight for decision-making. The framework also solves the plethora of technology problems that plague organizations with a heterogeneous mix of vendors.

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