An Unsupported Operating System is a Ticking Time Bomb
Organizations often need to continue using versions of Linux distributions after they’ve reached end of life, which typically means that security patches stop flowing in – but they don’t have to.
Read this datasheet to discover how organizations can use end-of-life Ubuntu, CentOS, and Oracle Linux while:
- Continuing to receive security patches for up to four additional years
- Buying themselves plenty of time to migrate to a new, supported distribution
- Easily connecting to a vetted repository of security updates without a migration
- Rapidly receiving vulnerability patches soon after each CVE is made public