With TuxCare Live Patching Services, Linux kernels, libraries, databases, virtualizations and IoT devices receive automated security patches applied with zero downtime
Using the TuxCare Extended Lifecycle Support services, you can migrate to the newest version of Linux at your own pace while maintaining protection from the common risks of running an end-of-life distro.
Linux Support Services provide a full range of enterprise-grade Linux support with the perks of a vendor-independent technology partnership: reasonably-priced and flexible services to keep your current version Linux systems continuously updated and secure.
Dedicated to Keeping Enterprise Linux Systems Compliant & Available
We’ve been successfully supporting various RHEL forks for over 11 years. In late 2020 we created AlmaLinux – a forever-free enterprise-grade OS, an open-source RHEL fork inspired and managed by the community, built by the team at CloudLinux Talk to Tuxcare experts
Our services are designed to go easy on IT budgets: end-of-life support services pricing starts at $4.50, live patching services - from $3.95. Volume discounts are available for 1k, 5k, and 10k+ license tiers and limited-time offers when you buy several services in a bundle Explore all subscription options
We have passed and continuously maintain various security certifications. And our services have helped numerous enterprise companies, government agencies, and universities achieve and maintain their compliance status. Check TuxCare Security Certifications
Support, Maintain and Secure All Critical Components of Enterprise Linux Systems
Put an end to service interruptions & non-compliance caused by system reboots
Eliminate security vulnerabilities while running End-of-Life Linux
Keep all components of the production Linux systems always up-to-date with vendor-level support services
All TuxCare services include integrations with patch management tools, vulnerability scanners, ePortal secure patch server, and 24 / 7 support.
Years Delivering patches & bug fixes for various Linux distros
Production workloads secured & supported by our services
Customers from multiple industries around the world
Vulnerabilities Patched Without Reboots over the last 6 years & counting
Linux Distributions Supported
1,500+ Enterprise companies trust KernelCare Enterprise with their 500,000 Enterprise Systems
Steven Greenberg United Launch Alliance
The support from all interactions with the TuxCare team at CloudLinux has been world-class, and does not go unnoticed
Peter Minogue IT Infrastructure, Information Technology Services Research School of Biology,The Australian National University
Here at RSB, we run bioinformatics servers which we cannot reboot frequently due to the nature of the research we do. From COVID research, Corals to next-gen genome work. These jobs can take weeks to months to run, and we never know when a short break in the jobs will occur, so can’t easily schedule a reboot. We then discovered kernel live patching; It needed to be simple, professional, affordable and handle a range of Linux systems including Ubuntu, Debian and Centos.KernelCare easily best met these needs, it gave us the peace of mind knowing our kernels were patched and protected. It was so easy to install and apply, and is now all automatic from that point on, and worked on all our flavours of Linux! We can now show this patching compliance to our Universities security team and keep the academics happy and productive at the same time,a win-win for us
Oscar Steenmann Managing Partner
Our reputation is built on commitment to keep our systems absolutely stable. Therefore, we spent a few months trying out KernelCare and testing it. KernelCare has not disappointed, it has proven itself to be reliable on all our AWS-based instances. It is also a lot cheaper than its competitors that allowed us to pass savings to our customers and remain competitive. Finally, looking at our time-keeping stats, we saw that we were spending on average 40 hours dealing with every kernel vulnerability. With KernelCare it takes just 15 minutes to patch the same amount of servers
Dean Suhr President
Quick easy install, automatic - it runs in the background, my server is always up to date ... no downtime!
Alex Wojtowicz Owner
We have been using KernelCare at our EC2 instances and web hosting servers for a long time. We do not run EC2 instances without KernelCare because we think that this is fundamental to bring security and reliability to our company and customers.
Andrzej Talarek Java Developer
We tested it, but to be honest, it wasn’t very exciting - it ‘just worked’.
Justin Jett Director of Audit and Compliance
KernelCare provides services that make server management easy, particularly with regard to security. Not needing to restart a server to get the latest kernel security updates is essential for business-critical applications that can't be taken down for patches. Additionally, their solutions allow some legacy applications to remain secure when alternative options are not available on the market or would be cost-prohibitive to implement.
Philip Rawlinson Technical Director
KernelCare keeps a vital part of our services updated without having downtime from reboots - with all the recent Intel exploits this has been even more valuable than ever. KernelCare also adds additional security to the Kernel making it seem even better value for money. I use it across all our server fleet and would recommend it to all Linux administrators.
TuxCare is a portfolio of services that help organizations take care of support, maintenance and security of Enterprise Linux systems.
The portfolio of TuxCare services include:
The end-of-life support services pricing starts at $4.50 per system per month, live patching services from $3.95 per system per month. The pricing for the Essential support for AlmaLinux OS is defined on case-by-case basis.
An annual subscription is available with a discount. Volume discounts are provided on 1K, 5K and 10K+ license tiers, and limited-time offers are available when you buy several services in a bundle.
Enjoy working with better technology rather than keeping years-old servers going
Learn some new tech instead of constantly patching systems
Allocate more time on supporting your users and close more tickets
Focus on being a more “strategic” and less “tactical” IT team
Eliminate reboot cycles caused by urgent security updates