CloudLinux Launches TuxCare


The makers of AlmaLinux have launched a new support service, called TuxCare, which brings together all of their enterprise support services under one brand.

CloudLinux recently unleashed AlmaLinux and have made good on their promise to offer enterprise-level support for the CentOS replacement. This new service, called TuxCare, is an expansion of the CloudLinux KernelCare and Extended Lifecycle Support service brands and makes it easy for businesses to purchase support packages for their Linux deployments. TuxCare will cover support, maintenance, and security for enterprise Linux systems.

TuxCare rolls in what CloudLinux used to call KernelCare, which offers live patching for critical components (from the kernel to shared libraries, and all across the Linux stack).

TuxCare's Linux Support Services will include regular patches and updates that will be delivered for every enterprise Linux component. Also included will be 24/7 incident support (even with operating systems that have reached EOL.

Jim Jackson, president and chief revenue officer of CloudLinux, said of TuxCare, “Building out a larger brand to house our rapidly-expanding set of services makes it easier for our customers and prospects to see everything we provide in one place.” Jackson continued, “Under the new TuxCare umbrella customers can review and select everything they need from our cohesive collection of services to take care of their Linux infrastructure.”

In the future, CloudLinux plans on including databases and virtualization stack live patching into the service. 

For TuxCare pricing, check out the official price/feature matrix.

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