Linux patch management refers to the process of systematically applying updates, fixes, and security patches to Linux-based operating systems. Linux distributions, being open-source, regularly release updates to enhance performance, add new features, and, most importantly, address vulnerabilities and security issues.
- Unified Package Manager: Linux devices are updated consistently using a centralized tool that integrates with popular software repositories.
- Increase security: Maintain system integrity across expanding server infrastructures by deploying patches consistently.
- Operational Efficiency: Ensure remote workstations are secure and efficient by maintaining Linux-based virtual desktops in hybrid work environments.