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Firebird SQL on CentOS 7.9

This software package is tailored to specific requirements, with additional charges applicable for Round-the-Clock support, guaranteeing a response within 24 hours.

The provided image includes Firebird SQL on CentOS 7.9, featuring essential system components such as AWS CLI, AWS CloudWatch Agent, AWS Systems Manager Agent, Python 3, and Cloud-Init. Detailed guidance is available in the Additional Resources section of this listing. Upon the initial boot, all offerings receive updates to ensure the application of the latest packages and security patches.

Firebird is an open-source, SQL-based relational database management system, derived from the open source edition of InterBase released by Borland Software Corp, previously known as Inprise Corp. Developed using C and C++, Firebird provides extensive support across major hardware and software platforms, including Windows, Linux, and Mac OS X. It encompasses numerous ANSI SQL standard features, enabling concurrent OLTP and OLAP operations through its multi-generational architecture, and it supports stored procedures and triggers.

Firebird adopts a multi-generational architecture, also known as multi-version concurrency control, utilizing record versions instead of read/write locks and transaction logs to ensure external concurrency and consistency. In this approach, the previous version of every modified record is preserved as long as it’s necessary for at least one active transaction. Each record version is associated with the transaction that created it, and transactions are aware of other currently active transactions.

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