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Say goodbye to patching-related reboots, migrations, and service interruptions.
With the QEMUCare live patching solution, you can automatically patch your QEMU-based virtualization systems while they’re running, without needing to shut down or migrate the virtualization layer or reboot the hypervisor – so you can keep your infrastructure patched with zero downtime and zero end-user disruptions.
QEMUCare enables you to automatically deploy patches with:
Conventionally, patching the QEMU/KVM hypervisors that support OpenStack, ProxMox or OpenNebula would involve a reboot or migration of your virtual machine to another running hypervisor.
But delaying patches to coordinate a migration or reboot is leaving your architecture vulnerable, and your end-users may be noticing the service disruption involved.
TuxCare’s QEMUCare live patching solution enables cloud providers, virtual private server (VPS) hosts, or any other organization with QEMU-based virtualization systems to automate their infrastructure patching without needing to orchestrate an inconvenient reboot or disrupt virtual tenants’ systems.
Apply patches automatically while your QEMU/KVM hypervisor is still running
Keep your virtual machine software updated with the latest vulnerability patches
Forget about waiting for scheduled maintenance windows just to apply a patch
TuxCare’s patching solutions deploy patches shortly after they become available.
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