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cloudimg is pleased to offer this preinstalled MariaDB 10 image on CentOS 7, complete with essential system components such as AWS CLI, AWS CloudWatch Agent, AWS Systems Manager Agent, Python 3, and Cloud-Init. For comprehensive guidance on using this software, please consult the user guide available in the Additional Resources section of this listing. It’s important to note that all cloudimg packages receive updates during their initial boot to ensure that they are equipped with the latest software packages and security patches.
MariaDB Server is among the most widely adopted open-source relational databases. Developed by the original creators of MySQL, it is committed to maintaining its open-source status. MariaDB is a prominent feature in numerous cloud solutions and is often the default choice in various Linux distributions.
At its core, MariaDB adheres to the principles of delivering top-notch performance, unwavering stability, and a commitment to openness. The MariaDB Foundation oversees contributions, ensuring that they are evaluated based on their technical merit. Recent enhancements have introduced advanced clustering capabilities through Galera Cluster 4, compatibility features with Oracle Database, and the introduction of Temporal Data Tables, which enable users to query historical data states.
MariaDB aims to uphold strong compatibility with MySQL, boasting library binary parity and precise alignment with MySQL APIs and commands. In many instances, it can function as a seamless drop-in replacement for MySQL. However, it also introduces innovative features and incorporates new storage engines like Aria, ColumnStore, and MyRocks.