Canonical’s Ubuntu Pro, a Linux security maintenance membership service covering countless applications and toolchains in the open-source community, is generally readily available since January 26.
Launched in beta in October, Ubuntu Pro assists users of Linux desktops and servers get CVE (typical vulnerabilities and direct exposures) patches, solidify their systems at scale, and remain certified with requirements such as FedRAMP, HIPPA, PCI-DSS. Ubuntu Pro covers an extra 23,000 plans beyond the primary OS, offering protection versus important, high, and picked medium CVEs for applications and toolchains ranging from Ansible and Apache Tomcat to Node.js, Puppet, PowerDNS, Redis, Rust, and WordPress.The basic Ubuntu
Pro membership covers security updates for all bundles in the Ubuntu Main and Ubuntu Universe repositories. Ubuntu Pro costs$25 annually per workstation and $500 each year per server. Individual subscriptions for up to five devices are available complimentary. Subscriptions are readily available at ubuntu.com/pro/subscribe with a 30-day free trial.Ubuntu Pro is available for every single Ubuntu LTS release from 16.04 LTS, and is already in production for large-scale consumers. In addition to using security patches, Ubuntu Pro consists of tools for compliance management in controlled and examined environments.In addition, Ubuntu Security Guide enables best-in-class
hardening and compliance requirements such as CIS standard and DISA-STIG profiles, the business stated. Ubuntu users can access FIPS-certified cryptographic packages needed for all federal agencies in addition to organizations running under compliance with HIPPA, FedRAMP, and PCI-DSS. Automated patching at scale is made it possible for through the Landscape system management tool.
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