Patch Manager

Intuitive patch management software for quickly addressing software vulnerabilities

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Key Features

  • Features Overview
  • Microsoft WSUS patch management
  • Integrations with SCCM
  • Vulnerability management
  • Pre-built/pre-tested packages
  • Patch compliance reports
  • Patch status dashboard
  • Features Overview

    Automated patching of Microsoft servers, workstations, and 3rd-party applications.

    Simplified Patch Management
    Automate patching and reporting and save time by simplifying patch management on servers and workstations.
    Expand on WSUS
    Decrease security risks and limit service interruptions by helping to ensure that patches get applied, and controlling what gets patched and when.
    Use SCCM with Ease
    Keep your desktops, laptops, servers, and VMs patched and secure with the latest patches for 3rd-party applications.
    Demonstrate Patch Compliance
    Stay on top of vulnerabilities and produce summary reports to show patching status.
  • Microsoft WSUS patch management

    WSUS is an excellent tool, but it lacks the ability to effectively schedule patches and report on patch status and inventory.

    Manage patches for your Microsoft products, and diagnose and fix problems from the Windows Update Agent.

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  • Integrations with SCCM

    Despite using SCCM, when it comes to patch management and software distribution of non-Microsoft updates, things can get complicated.

    View details for a variety of 3rd-party software patches and the status of endpoints managed by SCCM.

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  • Vulnerability management

    The time between the discovery of an operating system or application vulnerability and the emergence of an exploit is decreasing.

    Discover patch statuses and vulnerabilities of all Microsoft and other 3rd-party applications.

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  • Pre-built/pre-tested packages

    Researching, scripting, packaging, and testing patches for 3rd-party applications requires time and resources you simply don’t have.

    Use 3rd-party app packages, including Java™, that are already built and tested by SolarWinds.

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  • Patch compliance reports

    With everything else on your plate, it can be hard to strike a balance between tracking patch status and applying new ones.

    Determine the status of patches and demonstrate patch compliance to auditors and internal stakeholders.

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  • Patch status dashboard

    Tracking who got patched, with what, and what still needs to be patched is hard enough, especially with new patches mounting.

    View the latest available patches, top 10 missing patches, and the general health of your environment.

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Key Features

Features Overview Automated patching of Microsoft servers, workstations, and 3rd-party applications.
Microsoft WSUS patch management
WSUS is an excellent tool, but it lacks the ability to effectively schedule patches and report on patch status and inventory. Manage patches for your Microsoft products, and diagnose and fix problems from the Windows Update Agent. /-/media/solarwinds/swdcv2/licensed-products/patch-manager/images/product-screenshots/pat-extends-microsoft.ashx
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Integrations with SCCM
Despite using SCCM, when it comes to patch management and software distribution of non-Microsoft updates, things can get complicated. View details for a variety of 3rd-party software patches and the status of endpoints managed by SCCM. /-/media/solarwinds/swdcv2/licensed-products/patch-manager/images/product-screenshots/pat-extend-system-center-configuration.ashx
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Vulnerability management
The time between the discovery of an operating system or application vulnerability and the emergence of an exploit is decreasing. Discover patch statuses and vulnerabilities of all Microsoft and other 3rd-party applications. /-/media/solarwinds/swdcv2/licensed-products/patch-manager/images/product-screenshots/pat-advanced-before-and-after.ashx
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Pre-built/pre-tested packages
Researching, scripting, packaging, and testing patches for 3rd-party applications requires time and resources you simply don’t have. Use 3rd-party app packages, including Java™, that are already built and tested by SolarWinds. /-/media/solarwinds/swdcv2/licensed-products/patch-manager/images/product-screenshots/pat-pre-tested-pre-built-packages.ashx
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Patch compliance reports
With everything else on your plate, it can be hard to strike a balance between tracking patch status and applying new ones. Determine the status of patches and demonstrate patch compliance to auditors and internal stakeholders. /-/media/solarwinds/swdcv2/licensed-products/patch-manager/images/product-screenshots/pat-status-and-compliance-reporting.ashx
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Patch status dashboard
Tracking who got patched, with what, and what still needs to be patched is hard enough, especially with new patches mounting. View the latest available patches, top 10 missing patches, and the general health of your environment. /-/media/solarwinds/swdcv2/licensed-products/patch-manager/images/product-screenshots/pat-intuitive-web-interface.ashx
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Patch Manager is an industry favorite. Hands down.

Questions, meet answers.

  • What 3rd-party application packages does Patch Manager provide?
  • How often do you release packages for new versions of supported applications?
  • Do I need WSUS, SCCM, or both to use Patch Manager?
  • Is an agent required to use Patch Manager?
  • Do I need a separate server to run Patch Manager?
  • How easy is it to scale SolarWinds Patch Manager?
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  • What 3rd-party application packages does Patch Manager provide?

    Ready-to-deploy patches for some of the most widely used business applications.

    In addition to providing patches for dozens of applications used in businesses worldwide, Patch Manager allows you to build your own packages for any .EXE, .MSI, or .MSI that you wish to deploy.

  • How often do you release packages for new versions of supported applications?

    Check out our track record on THWACK!

    Although we do not have a published SLA, we understand the importance of applying patches at their earliest availability. We strive to build, test, and deliver patches to our customers in a timely and efficient manner.

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  • Do I need WSUS, SCCM, or both to use Patch Manager?

    Any of the above.

    Patch Manager will work with standalone WSUS environments, or with SCCM environments that have a software update point (SUP). Alternatively, if you happen to have both of these environments, Patch Manager can be used effectively in both to quickly and easily deploy patches.

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  • Is an agent required to use Patch Manager?

    No, agents are optional.

    Although the use of agents is not required, an optional agent is sometimes utilized to facilitate communication to machines that are located behind firewalls over just one port, instead of needing a wide range of WMI ports to be opened. Some tasks like inventory or on-demand update deployment tasks do require our SolarWinds Client Components to be installed on the target machines, but that software does not run as a service, and does not initiate any communication on its own.

  • Do I need a separate server to run Patch Manager?

    It’s up to you.

    Patch Manager can be installed on your WSUS or SCCM server, or on a different server. Regardless, there are obviously performance concerns regarding whichever route you take. Please consult the Success Center for more guidance on this subject.

  • How easy is it to scale SolarWinds Patch Manager?

    Seamlessly scale enterprise environments.

    Because SolarWinds Patch Manager leverages WSUS and SCCM, its scale is unlimited. One Patch Manager implementation can integrate with an unlimited number of WSUS servers (or Software Update Point in SCCM).

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Questions, meet answers.

What 3rd-party application packages does Patch Manager provide?
Ready-to-deploy patches for some of the most widely used business applications. In addition to providing patches for dozens of applications used in businesses worldwide, Patch Manager allows you to build your own packages for any .EXE, .MSI, or .MSI that you wish to deploy.
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How often do you release packages for new versions of supported applications?
Check out our track record on THWACK! Although we do not have a published SLA, we understand the importance of applying patches at their earliest availability. We strive to build, test, and deliver patches to our customers in a timely and efficient manner. /-/media/solarwinds/swdcv2/global/images/thwack-home.ashx
Close FAQ
Do I need WSUS, SCCM, or both to use Patch Manager?
Any of the above. Patch Manager will work with standalone WSUS environments, or with SCCM environments that have a software update point (SUP). Alternatively, if you happen to have both of these environments, Patch Manager can be used effectively in both to quickly and easily deploy patches. /-/media/solarwinds/swdcv2/licensed-products/patch-manager/images/product-screenshots/pat-extends-microsoft.ashx
Close FAQ
Is an agent required to use Patch Manager?
No, agents are optional. Although the use of agents is not required, an optional agent is sometimes utilized to facilitate communication to machines that are located behind firewalls over just one port, instead of needing a wide range of WMI ports to be opened. Some tasks like inventory or on-demand update deployment tasks do require our SolarWinds Client Components to be installed on the target machines, but that software does not run as a service, and does not initiate any communication on its own.
Close FAQ
Do I need a separate server to run Patch Manager?
It’s up to you. Patch Manager can be installed on your WSUS or SCCM server, or on a different server. Regardless, there are obviously performance concerns regarding whichever route you take. Please consult the Success Center for more guidance on this subject.
Close FAQ
How easy is it to scale SolarWinds Patch Manager?
Seamlessly scale enterprise environments. Because SolarWinds Patch Manager leverages WSUS and SCCM, its scale is unlimited. One Patch Manager implementation can integrate with an unlimited number of WSUS servers (or Software Update Point in SCCM).
Close FAQ
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What is software patching?
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Software patching involves the acquisition, testing, and installing of code - known as a patch - into an executable program to provide an update, fix, or improved version of the program or its supporting data. Although software patching is critical for IT security, IT administrators that manage this process can spend an exorbitant amount of time manually applying and tracking patches across an entire IT infrastructure. Many choose, instead, to leverage patch management software to automate this process, not only for software patching, but to patch servers and workstations as well.

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PM250

SolarWinds Patch Manager PM250 (up to 250 nodes)

$3,617

PM500

SolarWinds Patch Manager PM500 (up to 500 nodes)

$6,205

PM1000

SolarWinds Patch Manager PM1000 (up to 1000 nodes)

$9,310

PM2000

SolarWinds Patch Manager PM2000 (up to 2000 nodes)

$14,485

PM4000

SolarWinds Patch Manager PM4000 (up to 4000 nodes)

$16,555

PM8000

SolarWinds Patch Manager PM8000 (up to 8000 nodes)

$25,435

PM14000

SolarWinds Patch Manager PM14000 (up to 14000 nodes)

$37,095

PM20000

SolarWinds Patch Manager PM20000 (up to 20000 nodes)

$46,635

PM30000

SolarWinds Patch Manager PM30000 (up to 30000 nodes)

$69,955

PM40000

SolarWinds Patch Manager PM40000 (up to 40000 nodes)

$97,995

PM60000

SolarWinds Patch Manager PM60000 (up to 60000 nodes)

$139,915

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