Ubuntu Patch Management | Ubuntu patching tool

Automate Ubuntu Patch Management

Patching computers has been one of the most redundant and tiring tasks. Desktop Central has now made patch management simpler than ever. Desktop Central provides solutions for Ubuntu patch management which helps admins ensure that all the Ubuntu machines on the network are up to date with critical/recent Ubuntu security 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-date. Expect zero down time, increase productivity, keep away vulnerabilities and save time and effort spent in patching computers.

How can you automate Ubuntu patch management?

Using Desktop Central's patch management features for Ubuntu, you can:

  1. Updated Vulnerability Database: Zohocorp continuously probes the internet for newly released patches and vulnerabilities. Once a new patch is discovered, it is added to Zohocorp's Central Patch Repository after ample verification and testing.
  2. Periodic Patch Scanning: A patch scan is automatically initiated every time the vulnerability database is updated, to identify missing patches and outdated Ubuntu systems within the network.
  3. Schedule Patch Deployment: Schedule the installation of Ubuntu patches during non-business hours.
  4. Flexible Reboot Options: Configure reboot options post patch installation.
  5. Built-in Reports:Audit patch deployment & compliance and generate reports
  6. Automated Patch Deployment: Automate the entire Ubuntu patch management process completely with our "Automate Patch Deployment" tasks.

Supported Operating Systems

Desktop Central supports patch management for all active versions of the Linux flavors, in addition to Ubuntu, as listed below:

  1. Ubuntu
  2. Debian
  3. CentOS
  4. Red Hat*
  5. SUSE Linux
  6. Pardus
  7. To know more about the supported applications refer to this: Patch Management Supported Applications.

    * Patch Management is supported in Red Hat Linux for versions 6 and 7.

    Note: We support the patching of Linux security updates with bulletin IDs

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