Do you use the same technology as Oracle, Red Hat or Suse?

KernelCare technology has been fully developed internally and uses different methods to generate patches and apply them. This method of patching is significantly more efficient than what we have seen or read to date from other vendors.


If you want to see more KernelCare features, visit our KernelCare page or open a support ticket or our live chat feature to talk with our support team directly.

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