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This Neo4j 4.4 on Alma Linux 8 image, provided by cloudimg, comes with preinstalled system components, including AWS CLI, AWS CloudWatch Agent, AWS Systems Manager Agent, Python 3, and Cloud-Init. You can find a comprehensive user guide in the Additional Resources section of this listing. It’s worth noting that all cloudimg offerings receive updates on first boot to ensure they have the latest packages and security updates applied.

A graph database is an online database management system designed for executing Create, Read, Update, and Delete (CRUD) operations on a graph data model.

What sets graph databases apart from other types of databases is their primary focus on relationships. In a graph database, relationships are of utmost importance, eliminating the need for applications to deduce data connections using mechanisms like foreign keys or external processing, such as MapReduce.

Neo4j excels in delivering lightning-fast read and write performance while maintaining data integrity. It stands out as the only enterprise-grade graph database that seamlessly integrates native graph storage, a scalable architecture optimized for speed, and ACID compliance, ensuring the predictability of queries based on relationships.

Years of production deployments and rigorous ongoing testing have solidified Neo4j’s reliability and trustworthiness. Furthermore, you can tap into the expertise of graph specialists who offer world-class support tailored to your organization’s specific needs. Notably, Neo4j is the sole graph database acknowledged by prominent analysts like Forrester and Gartner for its extensive use in production applications. It offers essential features like clustering and data replication to meet the demands of transactional and operational applications.