Automate Linux Patch Management

Patching computers is one of the most redundant and tiring tasks and with Desktop Central, it is simpler than ever. Desktop Central provides solutions for Linux patch management which helps admins ensure that all the Linux machines on the network are up to date with critical/recent Linux patches that are released and there are no security vulnerabilities in the network. You can automate the complete process and ensure that all your systems are up-to-datewhich will lead to zero down time, increase in productivity, keeping away vulnerabilities and saving time and effort spent in patching computers.

Linux Patch Management using Desktop central

Using Desktop Central, you can patch Linux endpoints both manually and automatically. Desktop central has a streamlined patch management process to ensure that no system is left unpatched:

  • Updated Vulnerability Database: Desktop Central supports Linux patches within 24 hours of release.

  • System Health Policy: Discern how vulnerable your network is at a glance.

  • Disable Automatic Updates: Have complete control over the patches installed within your network.

  • Test and Approve Patches: Ensure that none of the systems within your network face downtime.

  • Schedule Patch Deployment: Schedule the installation of patches at off-hours.

  • Automate it Completely: Automate everything in just 4 minutes!

  • Patch Management on the go: Install patches using Desktop Central's mobile app.

  • Reports: View detailed patch reports and gain visibility and insights on your network.

  • Supported Operating Systems: Windows, Mac and Linux. View the complete list here

To find out more about Desktop Central's patch management process, visit this webpage.

Supported Linux Operating Systems

Desktop Central supports patch management for all active versions of the Linux flavors listed below:

  1. Ubuntu
  2. Debian
  3. CentOS
  4. Red Hat
  5. SUSE Linux
  6. Pardus
  7. Oracle Linux

What is Linux Patch Management?

Linux Patch Management is the process of detecting, downloading, testing, approving and installing new/missing patches for Linux computers within a network. It entails having a centralized view on the applicable Linux patches for endpoints across a network, so that Vulnerable, Highly Vulnerable and Healthy Systems can be classified at a glance, and appropriate measures can be taken to keep the network safe from cyberattacks.