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    • 18 Nov 2016

    You May Be Doing DevOps And Not Even Know It

    By the end of the second flight, I had finished the book. The thought occurred to me that I may have been doing DevOps nearly a decade ago and didn’t realize it. Now, I am not trying to say I invented DevOps. I did not invent DevOps anymore than Al Gore’s oft misquoted statement that “he” invented the Internet. What I am saying is the story in the book was very familiar to my own story and journey.
    • 12 Oct 2016

    Stat Data Objects – Version, Manage and Migrate Custom Data Rows

    Introduction: Why do we think they’re more important than ever? Good question and the answer to that question will depend on the team members asking it: The DBA Team: They are not interrupted multiple times a day to restore x -amount of configuration/testing data rows to tables so others can do development or testing. The DEV Team: The Developer can reset his own application configuration tables. The Developer...
    • 10 Oct 2016

    The Stat CSR Modified Column: Showing the Modified State of your Objects

    The MOD Squad Column: It’s Groovy Man. “If you meet these kids in an alley some night, don't fight ’em. They’re cops.” They’re “ The MOD Squad …” There’s Linc, Julie and Pete: The Mod Squad was an American crime drama series that ran on ABC from September, 1968 to August, 1973. This series starred Michael Cole, Peggy Lipton, Clarence Williams...
    • 1 Oct 2016

    What's New in Stat v.5.8.1

    You will see that our quest for a fully web-enabled client is full steam ahead! We just released Stat 5.8.1 . This is a maintenance release that previews some cool new features and fine tuning of the infrastructure that will...
    • 29 Jul 2016

    Stat and ServiceNow Integration: Part I — The Beginning

    “Go confidently in the direction of your dreams. Live the life you have imagined.” – Henry David Thoreau I was raised fifteen miles west of Concord, Massachusetts. More specifically, I was raised 14.9 miles west of Walden Pond and the short-lived home of Henry David Thoreau (HDT). Working with ServiceNow and using the acronym “SNow” has had me reminiscing of times past. I reside in Florida...
    • 28 Jul 2016

    Stat e-mail approvals not advancing the workflow? Here is one possible reason.

    Stat has been running smoothly for many months, and then suddenly Katie’s e-mail approvals do not appear to be moving the workflow along as it should. Katie receives e-mails from Stat asking for approval, and she responds by approving them. She has done this numerous times and never had an issue before, but now suddenly the workflow is stuck, pending her approval. So she tries again with the same result. We...
    • 6 Jun 2016

    Streamline Change Management for Not-So-Risky Business [New White Paper]

    In times of change management uncertainty, never ever use another man’s manual process. Why not? Because manual change management is, well, risky business. So, to paraphrase a line from the movie Risky Business
    • 5 Apr 2016

    ERP Change Management: What Is It? Do You Need It? Get the answers with this e-book.

    The thing about change is that you can’t put a pin in it. Like time, change is constant. And if you work with Oracle E-Business Suite (EBS) or PeopleSoft, then you are probably well aware of how much time is required to keep up with all the updates
    • 11 Mar 2016

    What's New in Stat v.5.8

    We're delighted to announce that Stat v.5.8 was released March 9, 2016. This release will offer a much faster Stat Central Agent and, behind the scenes, we've also laid the groundwork for the long-awaited redesign of the user interface. Exciting things to come! Support for New Platforms Stat 5.8.0 now supports: Oracle PeopleSoft 8.55 support. Stat Central Agent on Oracle WebLogic Server 12c support ...
    • 7 Mar 2016

    Stop. Collaborate and Listen.

    Looking for a good excuse to go to Vegas (who isn’t)? Collaborate 16 is like recess for overworked Oracle admins, IT managers and DBAs. Of course, you’ll technically still be at work, but it will feel more like a few days of that precious
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