Cross-Platform Patch Management from a Single View

Automate OS patching for Windows, macOS, and Linux operating systems from a cloud-native, cross-platform patch management solution.

What is cross-platform patch management?

Cross-platform patch management is the ability to manage patching and configuration updates across multiple operating systems and devices from a single console. Operating system (OS) patching is integral to keeping your client, server, and virtual infrastructure safe from malicious actors that exploit vulnerabilities left unpatched.

A cross-platform patch management solution works across Windows, macOS, and Linux operating systems and provides full patching and configuration control for clients, servers, virtual machines, containers, and cloud instances.

While Windows-based laptops still dominate the market, macOS and Linux devices continue to grow in market share. Especially Linux machines, which are most likely to be servers and often have the most critical and sensitive data. Modern patch management demands one solution that works across platforms to meet the demands required to maintain a strong cyber defense.

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Simplify patching updates

Automate endpoint hardening across all your devices

A cloud-native, cross-platform patch management solution simplifies IT workflows and decreases the number of tools required to manage updates across all your corporate devices. Automox automates OS patching for Windows, macOS, and Linux operating systems from a single console. Our cloud-native solution provides a complete view of the status of all your corporate endpoints, no matter the location or domain.

Optimize OS patching and remediation policies

Every OS requires specific patching and endpoint hardening updates. But applying cyber hygiene and patching policies cross-platform can be difficult and time-consuming with multiple tools. With Automox, you can easily group devices by department, OS, or region, and add custom tags to offer even more granular grouping. Organizing your devices by groups and tags simplifies the management of your varied OS platforms from a single interface.

Increase your speed to remediate with automation

Automating patch management allows you to quickly respond to critical and zero-day vulnerabilities as soon as patches are available. Because Automox remediates updates across OS platforms, you can define policies for all your endpoints and feel confident that your corporate devices are staying secure at all times.

We have yet to find a piece of software that Automox has been unable to patch.

Jonathan Sibray // University of Colorado Law School

Why Automox?

Automox leads the industry in building and delivering modern cyber hygiene solutions that provide the fundamental benefits to be confident in system security.

Endpoint hardening from a single console

Endpoint hardening from a single console

Reduce tool fatigue and fragmentation created by years of complicated and outdated on-premises products for every supported operating system. Patch, configure, track inventory and report the vulnerability status of all your OS platforms and devices from a single interface - no matter the location or domain.

Group and tag your devices to best fit your needs

Group and tag your devices to best fit your needs

Groups and tags enable you to segment your organization's devices to simplify patching and make configuration updates. Manage all endpoints with a single endpoint hardening solution, optimizing workflows and increasing productivity.

Automated patching using policies or Worklets™

Automated patching using policies or Worklets™

Automated policies and groups enable you to patch vulnerabilities faster than adversaries can exploit them.

With Automox Worklets™, you can automate and enforce any scriptable action on endpoints, from software deployment to enforcing local configuration policies. If it can be scripted in PowerShell (Windows) or Bash (Linux and macOS), it can be automated with Automox.