Tuesday, October 30, 2012

How to setup, configure and use PeopleSoft Mobile Expenses & Approvals

As mentioned in my previous post, Mobile Expenses and Approvals for PeopleSoft FSCM 9.1 was introduced at Oracle Open World 2012 and is now available for download, delivered with bundle 23. After seeing this live at Oracle Open World 2012, I had to have it running on my own sandbox. This post will describe the steps you need to take, to get up and running with PeopleSoft Mobile Expenses and Approvals.

Monday, October 22, 2012

Oracle ADF Mobile, Now General Available

After being announced at Oracle Open World 2011, Oracle ADF Mobile is finally general available as of today (October 22, 2012).

Tuesday, October 16, 2012

PeopleSoft Mobile Expenses & Approvals available for download

After a long, long time PeopleSoft is on the Mobile tour again. PeopleSoft has presented three mobile applications on Oracle Open World 2012: Company Directory, Expenses and Approvals. The latter two are now available for download in FMS FINANCIALS 9.1 BUNDLE #23. And you do not have to wait for Financials 9.2 or PeopleTools 8.53, this is already available on Financials and Supply Chain 9.1 with PeopleTools 8.52!

Saturday, October 13, 2012

Oracle Open World 2012 & JavaOne presentations available for download

Oracle Open World 2012 is officially over and most of the presentation slide decks and session recording videos are becoming available in the Content Catalog.

Friday, October 05, 2012

Oracle Open World: It's a wrap ...

Wow, what a week this was. Oracle announced so many new technologies that by the third day, most of the attendees suffered from an information overload.

Some of the buzz words on Oracle Open World 2012:
  • Cloud, Cloud and more Cloud

  • Mobile

  • Social

  • Big Data

  • Exadata X3

  • Predictive Analytics

  • Pluggable Databases

  • SaaS

  • PaaS

  • IaaS

Thursday, October 04, 2012

Oracle Open World: Day 4

Day four, what can I say about it? I think above picture illustrates it. Everyone is tired of attending all the sessions from 8 am to 6 pm and after this, attending the music events and all kinds of networking parties. You barely have the time to sit down and have lunch. But what is the news of today you might want to ask? Let's put it this way, if you have attended the first couple of days, the information load is so much that you can barely absorb it. Today was a day of sessions with mainly redundant information.

Wednesday, October 03, 2012

Oracle Open World: Day 3

After attending Oracle Open World for three days, it looks like the future is all about handling big data, flash, hardware, mobile and social media and all of this in the cloud. And Oracle is supplying all of these, although we see competitive products from partners. Oracle is really making cloud the new standard for your business and you can see this in all the keynotes. No more on premises hardware, maintenance, upgrade, just a monthly fee and you are up and running with your entire infrastructure.

Tuesday, October 02, 2012

Oracle Open World: Day 2

What a day today was! The day started off with a keynote on again Exadata X3 and in memory pluggable databases. In addition to Larry's keynote, not only did we see screenshots, we actually saw a live demo and use cases. And this continued throughout the entire day. Every Oracle session had a demo on a live system. Oracle is not just selling a dream, but demoing actual (nearly) complete ship able products.

Monday, October 01, 2012

Oracle Open World: Day 1

I call it Oracle Open World Day 1, but according to many people the actual Oracle Open World starts tomorrow. The day started with the streets of San Francisco filling up with OOW attendees, all wearing Oracle badges.

Being in a foreign country, a foreign language, different products & shops and customs, everything felt a bit strange and I didn't feel like I fit in. But after attending the first day of OOW, talking to people who speak my language (being Oracle!) and having the same passion (being Oracle), it felt like home again.