KernelCare is service that applied to Linux systems that can be install on the server in one command , the KernelCare will take care of the updated patches that already released and update it to your server without any boot action required and wihtout any conflicts impact with the running applications on the server, also the KernelCare checks for new patches every four hours, and automatically applies those patches to insure the maximum security with frequent updates , KernelCare Supports most popular Linux distributions. At the end KernelCare is Putting an end to reboots forever with a single command
No Reboot Anymore
Keep your Linux servers for years without a reboot. KernelCare installs patches to the running server without any impact on performance and without reboot actions.
Always Critical Patch Update
Stay up to date on all security patches to avoid disastrous incidents. KernelCare checks for new patches every four hours, and automatically applies those patches to your server without any performance impact.
Linux Maximum Security
Keep your servers updated with security patches, you can Install the update patches as soon as they are released, no reason to delay, to maintain the safest Linux environment
Supports automatic updates or managed updates in a live environment or in your desired staging environment, Works on typical servers as well as virtual environments
no performance impact during updates. Rebootless updates to a running kernel without service interruptions
Delivers maximum security and stability for your Linux servers Avoid complicated planning of coordinated, scheduled downtime with your customers and across various IT departments and locations. Super-fast release of security patches for new vulnerabilities in supported kernels
Free up your IT team technicals and support team to focus on more activities instead of patching kernels and doing server maintenance.
Solve today’s top business requirement (100%) server uptime without the dreaded maintenance windows and downtime. Ability to roll back changes:You can always roll back all applied changes by running the special command.