Recently I got hold of a box which didn't have a CD drive. We wanted to install Windows Server 2003 on that box for some R&D work. The only way to boot was through a floppy disk. It had been ages since I used a floppy. Fortunately I found some blank floppy disks. Googling on the net, I found the Universal TCP/IP network disk on www.netbootdisk.com. It allowed me to create a bootable floppy disk with TCP/IP network support. The bootable floppy asked me for username, password and Domain/Workgroup, which I entered dutifully.
Oracle just released version 6.0 of Real User Experience Insight (friends call it RUEI), which is part of the Enterprise Manager portfolio. As the name indicates, it captures and presents in great details the experience of actual users interacting with your application. This is real traffic, not synthetic probes. It’s is a mature product, which [...]