Pagely deploys KernelCare to keep Linux kernels secure and without reboots, free for Pagely’s customers.
(PRWEB) – Palo Alto, CA and Phoenix, AZ, September 15th, 2017 — CloudLinux, the creators of KernelCare, which provides rebootless Linux kernel patching and Pagely Inc, the enterprise managed WordPress hosting provider, have partnered to improve server security and reduce downtime for Pagely’s WordPress hosted customers.
“This partnership has been a win-win” describes Pagely’s head of information security, Robert Rowley, “[with KernelCare] our customers get the benefit of fast security patches without the risk of downtime related to reboots.” Emphatically adding, “Reboots are a thing of the past!”
Cloudlinux’s KernelCare technology keeps Linux servers secure, allowing server owners like Pagely to apply the latest security patches to their server’s kernel quickly and without the requirement for a reboot to reload the kernel.
Pagely has incorporated KernelCare reboot-less kernel patching into all customer WordPress instances at no additional cost. Rowley states, “We’ve implemented this reboot-less technology free of charge to all customers as part of our PressARMOR™ security offering.”
Pagely established the first ever WordPress managed hosting solution in 2009. Today, Pagely leads the market in innovation, speed, scalability, and security of WordPress. Pagely is revenue-funded, profitable, and entirely distributed. Pagely believes that business is personal – by fostering every customer/coworker relationship with the golden rule in mind, we grow both personally and professionally.
To learn more about Pagely’s managed WordPress hosting see:https://pagely.com/
About CloudLinux and KernelCare
CloudLinux is on a mission to make Linux secure, stable, and profitable. KernelCare, by CloudLinux, provides automated kernel security updates without reboots for most popular Linux distributions. It ensures optimal performance and uptime by allowing hosting providers and enterprises to keep kernels up-to-date with all security patches while keeping servers online.
To learn more about Cloud Linux’s Kernel Care see: https://www.cloudlinux.com/all-products/product-overview/kernelcare