Product Id: 19529526
Description: InterBase 2009 Desktop Lic - 20 Pack - ESD
Mfr Part #: INB0109WWEN18K
InterBase SMP 2009 Desktop Edition is a powerful, cost effective deployment solution for standalone applications.
InterBase Desktop Edition enables rapid development of sophisticated business applications. With a small operational footprint, and capabilities for automatic crash recovery and incremental backup, InterBase 2009 Desktop Edition is an ideal embedded database for broad, cost-effective deployments that lack IT support and administration resources.
- InterBase SMP is one of the fastest native databases available, and through supporting SMP (symmetric multiprocessing) it scales to multiple CPUs, including multi-core CPUs
- Performance enhancements and optimizations have been added in a number of areas, such as batch updates, and query optimizations
- Online dump, or incremental backup, of database files allow backup to be performed easier and with minimal impact on production database operations
- Extended international character support via unicode UCS-2 and UTF-8
- Database and column level encryption
InterBase supports the use of either weak (DES) or strong (AES) encryption to encrypt a database and/or individual columns in a database table, providing ultimate security for data and communications between servers and clients.
- Over-the-Wire (OTW) network encryption
Typically, data encrypted at the database- or column-level is not encrypted during the transmission process. OTW encryption, however, allows you to do just that: encrypt data as it is communicated over a network from a client to a server. If you use OTW encryption, you must encrypt network transmissions with the same strength as was used to encrypt the database or columns. You can use weak or strong encryption, though to use strong (AES) encryption, you must obtain an optional strong encryption license, available at no additional charge.
- Encryption of backup files
If you encrypt a database and/or any of its columns, you must also encrypt the backup files for that database. You decrypt the backup files during the restore process. This adds an additional layer of protection to your data.