Introduction to Oracle EnterpriseOne (E1)

Technically I guess the name should be Oracle JD Edwards EnterpriseOne (E1). How’s that for a name. Anyway, the main system that I work on during the day is EnterpriseOne (E1). It is what my employer uses for their ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning – a fancy name for accounting) system.

It was originally a JD Edwards product called OneWorld (the new version of JDE’s very stable product “World”). Then JD Edwards was purchased by PeopleSoft to try and avert a take-over by Oracle and was named EnterpriseOne (E1) (combining PeopleSoft’s product name, “Enterprise”, with “OneWorld”). However, in the end, Mr. Ellison won the battle to acquire PeopleSoft, which resulted in the name JD Edwards EnterpiseOne.

Ok, enough with the name…

Currently, we have two installations with the following configurations:

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E1 Software
  E1 Version Tools Release
InstallationA 8.11 SP1 8.95.P1
InstallationB 8.11 SP1 8.95.P1
Enterprise Server – IBM iSeries 550
  OS CPU Disk RAM NIC
InstallationA V5R3 1.4 1.5TB 25GB 1GB
InstallationB V5R3 0.6 600GB 17GB 1GB
Deployment Server – MS Windows Server 2003
  CPU Disk RAM NIC
InstallationA Dual Intel Xeon 2.8 GHz 136 GB 2 GB 1 GB
InstallationB Dual Intel Xeon 3.2 GHz 136 GB 2 GB 1 GB
Java Application Server – MS Windows Server 2003
  CPU Disk RAM NIC JAS HTTP
InstallationA Dual Intel Xeon 2.8 GHz 68 GB 2 GB 1 GB IBM WAS 5.0.2 IBM HTTP 2.0
InstallationB Dual Intel Xeon 3.2 GHz 68 GB 3.2 GB 1 GB IBM WAS 5.0.2 IBM HTTP 2.0

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