Issue OverviewVirtual Data Center - June 2012, Vol. 39
Keeping all of your patches up-to-date is a tedious but necessary task in order to ensure a fully protected data center. This dedicated e-zine highlights tips and strategies for making patch management easier and less time-consuming. Access >>>
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How to patch a virtual environment
by Kevin Beaver, Contributor
These four tips offer guidance for patching in a complex, virtualized data center environment.
Patch management best practices for virtual hosts
by Rob McShinsky, Contributor
Taking advantage of clusters and creating service levels are two patch management best practices that can keep your virtual hosts up and running
- How to patch a virtual environment by Kevin Beaver, Contributor
Virtualization and hypervisor security vulnerabilities to look out for
by Bill Claybrook, Contributor
Virtualization and hypervisor security vulnerabilities are a real threat to organizations, and physical security tools may not help your efforts.
- Virtualization and hypervisor security vulnerabilities to look out for by Bill Claybrook, Contributor
Putting off patching
by Christine Cignoli
Patching isn't glamorous, but it certainly is necessary.
- Putting off patching by Christine Cignoli
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