Every month we do a lot of under-the-hood improvements to KernelCare which you may not notice, but trust us, it makes your KernelCare experience better. We’ve decided to publish these updates on a monthly basis so you don’t miss any new features that will make your sysadmin work easier. Read the July update in this article.
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Live patching allows you to update Linux kernel without rebooting your system. This approach is definitely a perfect solution for huge enterprises with interruption-sensitive services when pauses can cause toxic effects to the whole business. But kernel update is a must in today’s world full of vulnerabilities, security issues and gaps. Only a forehanded kernel update can guarantee trouble-free smooth operation of your business.
You might have already read our live kernel patching tutorials: Live patching Debian 10 Linux kernel with Kpatch and Live patching Ubuntu 20.04 LTS Focal Fossa Linux kernel with Kpatch. And if not, consider them as useful materials to share with your colleagues and friends.
In this tutorial, I’ll show you how to patch Oracle Enterprise Linux 7 – UEK4 Linux kernel using Kpatch without rebooting it.
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A Managed Services provider from Amsterdam, Webslice, was spending a lot of time and effort patching Linux kernel vulnerabilities. When it began using KernelCare, its kernel patching became much quicker and easier–and less expensive as well. Continue reading to find out more.
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KernelCare is pleased to announce that our premium live patching editions – KernelCare+ and KernelCare Enterprise – are now integrated with the DataDog cloud infrastructure monitoring service.
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At 10 am EST on Thursday, 3 September 2020, we’ll be conducting a live webinar on how to update shared libraries without restarts, using KernelCare+. Sign up and join the conversation about the library-patching capabilities of this new KernelCare variant.
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KernelCare is now available with a 15% discount as part of a package with CloudLinux’s extended lifecycle support (ELS)* for CentOS® 6. This KernelCare & CentOS® 6 ELS package provides security protection to organisations still running CentOS® 6 after November of 2020 when the OS reaches its end-of-life.
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We can not imagine how busy you are taking care of the infrastructure during these challenging times and we thought it would be nice to share an update about new KernelCare features you can use to make your everyday fight with security vulnerabilities easier.
This is the first monthly update from KernelCare Team and we will be publishing these at the beginning of each month to make sure you do not miss important updates while taking care of your server fleet. Continue reading to learn more about the May updates.
Every month we do a lot of under-the-hood improvements to KernelCare which you may not notice, but trust us, it makes your KernelCare experience better. We’ve decided to share such updates with you on a monthly basis. Read the June update in this article.
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