PALO ALTO, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–CloudLinux announced today that its KernelCare service for the Raspberry Pi platform adds support for the Raspberry Pi OS (previously called Raspbian), the most widely used operating system on the popular low-cost platform.
KernelCare for IoT already supports Ubuntu Focal Fossa for 64-bit ARM, and now adds support for Raspberry Pi OS, the operating system officially provided by the Raspberry Pi Foundation. Raspberry Pi OS is a free Debian-based operating system specifically-optimized for Raspberry Pi hardware.
Deploying live patches to IoT devices like the Raspberry Pi is another step towards more secure computing, which is accessible and available for free for home and hobby users. With KernelCare for IoT, IoT devices are automatically updated with security patches without disruption or downtime.
Now, KernelCare for Raspberry Pi supports Ubuntu Focal Fossa for 64-bit ARM and Raspbian, running on the BCM2711 (Pi 4) and BCM2837 (Pi 3 and later models of the Pi 2) chips.
KernelCare is a product of CloudLinux, which has been making Linux secure and stable since 2010, that provides live patching on multiple Linux distributions. It provides rebootless kernel and library patching, increasing security, stability and availability of Linux servers and devices.
KernelCare for the Raspberry Pi platform brings to the IoT the same ease of use and security that thousands of installations of KernelCare already experience. To sign up for the free service go here. In addition to the free KernelCare service for the Raspberry Pi platform, a dedicated service for commercial IoT projects is also available. Pricing is customized and determined after a proof-of-concept project. For more information, visit Kernelcare.com.
Headquartered in Palo Alto, California, CloudLinux Inc. develops a hardened Linux distribution, Linux kernel live security patching, extended support options for Linux, and web server security software used by enterprises, service providers, governments and universities all over the world.
CloudLinux has more than 4,000 customers and partners, more than 500,000 product installations globally, and dedicated analysts and developers that together have more than 450 years’ worth of Linux experience along with a passion for delivering the best customer care.
Also, the team at CloudLinux initially built and continues to support AlmaLinux, an open-source community-driven project created to fill the gap left by the demise of the CentOS stable release. The project is hosted by a non-profit foundation supported by CloudLinux.
For more information, visit CloudLinux.com.