Fluid Candidate Gateway – First look

In my earlier posts I had shared my first hand experience of using deployment packages and Oracle Cloud service.While deployment packages drastically reduced the time and effort to setup a PS demo environment, now combining it with the power of cloud and marketplace, Oracle has taken this efficiency to a whole new level.

Update image 18 for HCM 9.2 application was released this week with a wide range of new features. As you may know by now, it’s no longer necessary to plough thru a bunch of documents to know the features, a video highlight of the key features is released as part of the updates – HCM PUM 18

A standout feature in this update is the fluid version of candidate gateway. Since seeing this as part of the road map last year, I was quite keen to get my hands on it. It simply is one of the most anticipated feature for customers using PeopleSoft recruiting solutions.

PeopleSoft Demo application – Image 18 is available on the Oracle Cloud Marketplace, details here – PeopleSoft HCM 9.2 Update Image 18 DEMO

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To get this demo application deployed from the market place, a subscription to Oracle compute and storage cloud is required either on free-trial or a paid one. Choose to deploy the application and go thru a handful of guided steps to complete the process.

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By the end of submission, deployment process begins and in couple of hours the demo environment is up and running.

Here is the first look of candidate gateway on a mobile,

 

A key concern from PeopleSoft customers on selective adoption is the difficulty in adjusting to the pace of continuous delivery model where new application features are released thick and fast every 3 months.

Oracle has now simplified the enterprise application deployment process to a comical level. From getting notified of a new feature to getting your hands on it in couple of hours time –  that’s simply incredible!

Now it’s up to customers to start making the best use of these features.

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