EOL support for Linux Operating Systems
Plerion workload protection now includes coverage for detecting End-of-life (EOL) Operating System support across AWS EC2 Instances and Azure Virtual Machines with Linux Operating Systems.
All Plerion customers now have the ability to identify EOL Operating System Versions for the following Linux Operating Systems:
- Amazon Linux
- CentOS Stream
- Red Hat Enterprise Linux
A new finding, "Ensure operating system version is not past End-of-Life," is generated for resources with supported OS. The finding's status is displayed as either "Failed" or "Passed," depending on whether the OS Version in use has reached end-of-life. If Plerion is unable to determine the OS version, the status is labeled as "Unknown."
This finding is already enabled by default, and you can now easily set up your workflows to get alerted when Plerion identifies any asset matching this condition.
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