That’s why we've created KernelCare Enterprise, a new member of the KernelCare family specially tailored for companies with 1000 servers or more.
It is at this number of servers that the burden of Linux kernel patching becomes more than just an irritation.
Keeping servers safe, keeping them secure and compliant, becomes a full-time job, one that can’t be left to chance, one that must be fully automated and fully supported.
To do that, you need a live patching tool that integrates with automation tools and vulnerability scanners, one that is supported with the latest patches, and one that lets you decide what patches are rolled out across your organization.
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Dell and 1,500+ Enterprise companies
trust KernelCare their 300,000 servers
KernelCare provides services that make server management easy, particularly with regard to security. Not needing to restart a server to get the latest kernel security updates is essential for business-critical applications that can't be taken down for patches. Additionally, their solutions allow some legacy applications to remain secure when alternative options are not available on the market or would be cost-prohibitive to implement.
Justin Jett Director of Audit and Compliance, Plixer
KernelCare keeps a vital part of our services updated without having downtime from reboots - with all the recent Intel exploits this has been even more valuable than ever. KernelCare also adds additional security to the Kernel making it seem even better value for money. I use it across all our server fleet and would recommend it to all Linux administrators.
Philip Rawlinson Technical Director, Netweaver
We have come to consider KernelCare as an essential service. The downtime that reboots cause is a disruption for customers, and nuisance for admins, that can be easily avoided with KernelCare.
Joe Oesterling Chief Technology Officer, Liquid Web
We have been using KernelCare at our EC2 instances and web hosting servers for a long time. We do not run EC2 instances without KernelCare because we think that this is fundamental to bring security and reliability to our company and customers.
Alex Wojtowicz Owner, Warpnet