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HCL BigFix for Patch Management

HCL BigFix for Patch Management provides a process of automated, simplified patching that is managed from a single console. Provides near real-time visibility and implementation to deploy and manage patches on all distributed endpoints.

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HCL BigFix for Patch Management provides a process of automated, simplified patching that is managed from a single console. Provides near real-time visibility and implementation to deploy and manage patches on all distributed endpoints. Customers increased the rate of patch success to over 95% in the first pass of the traditional speed of 60-75%. The solution not only increases the efficiency of the patch process, but also reduces the operational costs and reduces the workload of employees up to 20-1.

HCL BigFix for Patch Management

  • Regardless of location, connection type or status, it automatically manages the patches that will be applied to hundreds of thousands of endpoints for multiple operating systems and applications.
  • Applies only the correct patches to the correct endpoint.
  • It offers you more visibility into patch availability with flexible, real-time tracking and reporting.
  • Provides approximate real-time visibility and control through a single management console.
  • Reduces security risk proactively by reducing the healing process that takes weeks to several hours.
  • It automatically manages the patches that will be applied to hundreds of thousands of endpoints.
  • Microsoft Windows transmits patches to endpoints for UNIX, Linux, and Mac operating systems.
  • Adobe transmits patches and customer-provided patches to third-party applications from vendors, including Mozilla, Apple and Java.
  • Supports various endpoints. These include servers, laptops and desktops as well as specialized equipment such as point-of-sale devices, ATM machines and self-service kiosks.
  • Supports patching of online and offline virtual machines, including on-the-go devices that connect through the Internet to ensure that virtual environments and cloud environments have the same level of security as physical systems.
  • It can support up to 250,000 endpoints through a single patch management server. Applies only correct patches
  • Each endpoint establishes a smart endpoint agent. This determines which patches are required for the machine and then automatically receives and applies the required updates.
  • Even more efficiently, even if it is through low bandwidth or globally distributed networks. Provides you with more visibility into patch compliance
  • After a patch is activated, it automatically evaluates the endpoint status.
  • Verifies successful installation and updates the management server. This step supports regulatory compliance requirements that require final proof of patch installation.
  • Patch management helps you create, document, and maintain processes. It supports compliance with government regulations, service level agreements and corporate principles.
  • Provides consistent evidence of compliance to help you pass inspections and comply with regulations.
  • It can implement principles and help you quickly report compliance with legislation so that your organization becomes more prepared for audits. Provides real-time visibility and control
  • Provides integrated Web reporting. This feature allows users, system administrators, senior executives, management, and others to view dashboards and receive reports in real time about the progress made in patch management.
  • Specifies which patches are activated, when they are activated, who is engaged, and at what end points they are activated.
  • Uses intelligent agents to continually monitor endpoint states, including patch levels, and to notify a management server.
  • Compare endpoint suitability with defined principles such as mandatory patch levels. May help reduce safety risk
  • It allows you to create reports stating which endpoints require updates, and then distributes these updates within minutes.
  • IT enables system administrators to safely and quickly patch Windows, Linux, UNIX, and Mac operating systems without domain-specific knowledge or expertise.
  • Stores the control information that follows which updates the user has ordered for certain endpoints.
  • Automatically solves problems associated with patches previously applied.

 

Endpoint Manager for Lifecycle Management handles the management challenges of distributed environments with real-time visibility and advanced functionality.

 

Based on the BigFix technology, HCL Endpoint Manager for Lifecycle Management provides centralized, automated, customizable capabilities that help users see and update systems, and solve problems with ongoing management, and enable IT to meet service levels and focus on critical issues.

  • Manage hundreds of thousands of endpoints, regardless of location, connection type, or status
  • You can manage different types of platforms such as Microsoft Windows, UNIX, Linux and Mac operating systems running on physical and virtual machines
  • You can use a vehicle-based approach that provides up-to-date visibility and automatically resolves problems
  • Reduce management complexity and costs, improve accuracy and efficiency
  • Simplify and speed up help desk calls and problem solving with remote desktop control
  • You can shorten update cycles, increase success rates for network systems preparation, and reduce IT workforce requirements.
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