CloudLinux, Ksplice Offer Rebootless Linux Distribution
Hosting service provider software development management CloudLinux (www.cloudlinux.com) and software developer Ksplice (www.ksplice.com) announced Wednesday they have launched with CloudLinux Ksplice Uptrack offering Linux distribution designed rebootless for hosting providers.
The move follows the recent launch of the service Ksplice Uptrack for Fedora Linux, making it the latest distribution of Linux to install the crucial instant updates and security patches without rebooting the system.
The update service includes CloudLinux and Uptrack rebootless Ksplice, allowing users to install updates CloudLinux kernel without rebooting the server.
Linux distributions require you to reboot once a month to keep up with important kernel security updates that require retention of staff time and cause downtime for customers.
The main Linux distributions to ask your users to install a kernel update about once a month, requiring a restart.
Until a system can be updated, may be vulnerable to security breaches. By allowing users to install kernel updates, no downtime, Uptrack reduces the cost of system administration and improves security, increasing the real rate of compliance with security updates.
CloudLinux invented the light virtual environment, a kernel-level technology that limits the amount of resources available for a specific process or customer.
LVE isolated hardware-specific resources in a light and prevents a single tenant in a shared server that affect other, especially when the occupant experiences a sudden load spike.
CEO and founder Igor CloudLinux Seletskiy LVE technology discussed in a recent interview Q & A with the buzz.
“We are thrilled with the support of Ksplice, since it is a revolutionary and innovative service,” says Seletskiy. “Companies fear web hosting server is restarted, and anything that helps avoid downtime is a big improvement. Many of our customers already use Ksplice, and has full support for CloudLinux gives our customers the opportunity to benefit of this innovative solution. ”
New customers can buy with Ksplice Uptrack CloudLinux CloudLinux site, while existing customers can purchase Ksplice CloudLinux Uptrack Ksplice site.
The monthly subscription fee is $ 3.95 a system for the first 20 systems and $ 2.95 for each set thereafter.
More than 200 IT companies have partnered with Ksplice to offer their service Ksplice Uptrack, including media temple, DreamHost, Host Gator, SingleHop, and Hosting KnownHost future.
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