Automated Kernel Security Updates Without Reboots
Linux servers have to be rebooted quite often to prevent security issues that pop up in the kernel. Such reboots usually have to be done during off-hours, stressing sys admins. Not doing reboots can be catastrophic, and lead to serious security incidents. With KernelCare, security updates are applied automatically, to running system, without downtime – removing the need to reboot.
Prevent security incidents
KernelCare agent residing on your server periodically checks in with our distribution servers. If there are new patches available for the currently running kernel, it will download it – and apply it to the running kernel, making the kernel secure again.
KernelCare provides a service that will patch security vulnerabilities inside the running kernel – without any downtime or service interruption.
Install in Minutes
A few minutes spent installing KernelCare will bring years of secure, rebootless Linux kernel updates.
System administrators have to reboot the server to apply the latest kernel updates, which come out every one to two months. KernelCare solves the update and reboot issue by providing live kernel patching without the need for the reboot.