What is KernalCare?
KernelCare License is a license that is issued to avoid the reboots and downtime on the servers that generally happen due to security issues. KernalCare License improves the server’s stability and security and reduces that operational cost which may occur due to security issues, with the help of automated installed security patches. These security patches of vulnerabilities are actually the rebootless updates on the servers and work in nanoseconds. The system’s performance is not disturbed at all. KernelCare License is also extremely important for the compliance of the servers. According to Service Level Agreement (SLA), a server must go through the process of security patches of vulnerabilities once a month at least. Through KernelCare License these automated security patches are created every four hours. KernelCare was launched in 2014 by CloudLinux OS and Dell is one of the most popular names in the KernelCare portfolio list and was issued a KernelCare License back in 2015.