Silk Central Applying Hotfixes

Silk Central Applying Hotfixes

Applying hotfixes to your Silk Central is one of the most important tasks, as with every hotfix we will supply fixes that could be impacting you within your daily tasks. We will release an article to the community when a hotfix is released, so we would recommend subscribing to ensure you seeing these as they are released.

You will apply a hotfix to the instances that you have in your application through the Silk Central Instance Administration page. This page will be available after you have completed your installation, and this is where you can manage the services running as part of the application.

The first step is to install the hotfix, at this stage it does not update the instances in your environment at this stage. It makes the hotfix available to the instances, and you can choose to update instances at different stages. This is especially useful if you have a test instance, you can test the hotfix before applying this to your production environment.

You can find out more about this process by watching the video below.

Apply Hotfixes with Silk Central

We hope you found this article useful and if you have any questions about this video or any other you can log a support ticket and our support team will be more than happy to assist further with any questions.

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