Patch management refers to the process of identifying, acquiring, testing, and applying patches or updates to software or hardware systems in order to fix security vulnerabilities or bugs, improve functionality, or address other issues. 

Patches are small pieces of software code that are designed to fix or improve certain aspects of a system. They can include security fixes, performance improvements, bug fixes, or new features. Patch management is important because it helps ensure that systems remain secure and functional, by regularly applying patches and updates as they become available. 

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