Preparing for software exploits and zero-day vulnerabilities has always been an important part of any IT professional’s life. With stories of ransomware, hacks, and data breaches making regular headlines, it’s crucial to have confidence in your capability to update systems quickly.
There’s no universal prescription for exactly which versions of software you should run. Some organizations make use of public vendor-provided repositories. Others require validating and hosting all software releases internally. Most organizations are somewhere in between the extremes on that spectrum.
Regardless of your organizational stance, one common truth from the smallest of start-ups to the largest global enterprises is that applying those updates should be easy. With Chef Automate at your side, it can be! Continuous Automation is a practice that allows you to update your systems both quickly and safely without compromising the reliable service that your customers demand.
In this webinar, we’ll dive deep into why this is a historically difficult problem. Chef Automate makes it easy to apply necessary patches and ensure they are vetted against introducing unintended risk to your mission-critical applications. Discover how your teams can spend their time innovating instead of scrambling to patch systems.
Join us on Wednesday August 9, 2017 at 11am PT / 2pm ET to learn how to:
- Define the desired outcomes of implementing a patching policy
- Determine that new software updates are safe to run
- Ensure that patch sets are applied everywhere they need to be