Compared to proprietary embedded operating systems, Linux is low cost; it allows for multiple suppliers of software, development and support; it has a stable kernel; and it facilitates the ability to read, modify and redistribute the source code. For these reasons and more, Linux has become the go-to option for embedded systems.
KernelCare, the first and exclusive live patching service for Amazon Linux 1 & 2, is now available for purchase on Amazon Web Services (AWS) Marketplace.
Download, deploy and configure KernelCare on-site and in the off-cloud image as well as in the enterprise platform for AWS EC2 cloud instances.
KernelCare live patching system has achieved the Amazon Linux 2 Ready designation in the Amazon Web Services (AWS) Service Ready Program.
A global financial services company (name confidential) recently used KernelCare to resolve a difficult Linux kernel patching situation and achieve SOC2 compliance. Read our latest case study to learn how it did that:
KernelCare Client, Efinity, deal with clients in fourteen countries. This means that the system has to deal with a lot of data - much of it personal data - and must be watertight. In the light of recent data breaches, Efinity kept getting compliance questions from their customers: did they have the SOC 2 certification?
Were you at AWS re:Invent 2019?
I was, and it was a revelation.
“Will you reboot your Linux server in the next 30 days?”
That’s what I asked almost everyone who came to the KernelCare stand.
A third of you said yes. The main reason? Compliance.