Oracle Ksplice makes the management of critical updates fast, easy and safe.
Easy to set up
Go rebootless without rebooting even once to setup.
Ksplice Uptrack works on the regular Linux kernel you are already running.
Works in your environment
Ksplice Uptrack works perfectly in virtualized environments or on bare metal.
It also works with your userspace applications and third-party kernel modules.
Ksplice Uptrack leaves your third-party modules alone
as it updates the rest of your kernel.
Instantly reverse any update to the Linux kernel–rebootlessly as always.
Kernel change management has never been easier!
No performance impact
Update running systems without any negative impact on performance.
Also, Ksplice Uptrack does not require a persistently running process.
Apply Ksplice updates to systems not connected to the Internet by running
your own updates mirror.
Ksplice Uptrack supports using a standard HTTP proxy to pass through your firewall.
Conveniently check whether all of your systems are up to date,
in one place, in your web browser.
Ksplice Uptrack uses security best practices for preparing
our software packages and rebootless updates.
All our software packages and rebootless updates are cryptographically signed.
We'll send you an email announcement whenever new updates are available
for one of your systems.
API and monitoring
Programmatically monitor and control your machines through the Uptrack API.
Our client library comes with Python bindings and example scripts,
including a Nagios plugin.
Set access policies for individual or groups of machines.
The following resources provide a more detailed look at Ksplice.
- Ksplice Datasheet
- The Ksplice datasheet provides an overview of the features and
benefits of the Ksplice solution, as well as an outline of
how it works and why you would want to use it.
- Ksplice Overview Screencast
- This 18-minute screencast provides a comprehensive overview of
how to install, configure, and use Ksplice on a production Linux system,
including a demo.
- Ksplice: Automatic Rebootless Kernel Updates
- Ksplice academic paper that appeared in the
Proceedings of the 2009 ACM SIGOPS EuroSys Conference on Computer Systems,
Nuremberg, Germany, April 1–3, 2009.
Try Oracle Ksplice Today
30 Day Trial for Oracle Linux and Red Hat Enterprise Linux
If you use Oracle Linux or Red Hat Enterprise Linux,
you can try Oracle Ksplice free for 30 days.
During the trial, you will receive all of the protections
of Oracle Ksplice.
Free Community Protection for Ubuntu Desktop and Fedora
Servers aren't the only systems needing protection.
Oracle has made Oracle Ksplice available for free
to members of the Linux community running desktop installations
of Ubuntu and Fedora.
Find out first hand the benefits of being protected by Oracle Ksplice.