SYSDIG

Sysdig is the first unified approach to monitor and secure containers across the entire software lifecycle and helps you gain trust in your container-based microservices platform. Sysdig gives you control over and accelerates the transition to cloud native technologies by giving insights into day-to-day telemetry and security operations.

Sysdig is an Open Core company, meaning their core tools are open source, and offer commercial versions with enterprise features and support. For Sysdig, this means the sysdig, inspect and falco tools are their open core, and rely on a number of other existing open source tools, such as Prometheus. They build a number of commercially available products on top.

TOP STORIES

Security for containers, Kubernetes, and Cloud with Sysdig

Security for containers, Kubernetes, and Cloud with Sysdig

Security for containers, Kubernetes, and Cloud. This is the catchphrase presented prominently on the Sysdig website, a tool that supports the implementation of DevSecOps. This article provides an overview of the...
Introduction to Sysdig Secure DevOps Platform

Introduction to Sysdig Secure DevOps Platform

Embed security, compliance and performance into DevOps workflows The Sysdig Secure DevOps Platform converges security and compliance with performance and capacity monitoring to create a secure DevOps workflow. It uses the same...

Sysdig stabilizes Prometheus with PROMCAT

Prometheus is a very popular opensource monitoring solution and it has changed the way that enterprises monitor their cloud-native environments. However, choosing the right plugins has been haphazard but no more...

eBook: Kubernetes Security Guide

Download this guide to learn best practices for implementing Kubernetes and container security. Kubernetes has become the de facto operating system of the cloud. However, Kubernetes can be challenging to operate. Teams...
Runtime security with Sysdig Falco

Runtime security with Sysdig Falco

Lately I've been researching possibilities to detect anomalies during runtime in containers. I came across the open source project Sysdig Falco which seems to do just that. Quoted from their site:...
Sysdig Monitor_Monitoring in a Cloud Native World

Sysdig Monitor – Monitoring in a Cloud Native World

Event Management and Telemetry monitoring is complex in even the simplest of environments. But in a multi-cloud world that complexity is multiplied. The ephemeral nature of many services (or the scale...
Segregation of duties

Kubernetes security considerations & best practices

As of now we are in the middle of a big boost in Kubernetes adoption. The number of organizations deploying containers in production using this popular orchestration tool grows every week....
Sysdig interview with Chris Kranz The State of the Union

Sysdig interview with Chris Kranz – The State of the Union

In this the second part of the Interview with Sysdig EMEA SE Manager Chris Kranz, we discuss the state of the container industry and reminisce about Virtualization
Interview with Chris Kranz and Why Sysdig

Interview with Chris Kranz – Why Sysdig

Part one of an Interview with Chris Kranz the EMEA SE Manager of Sysdig. we investigate the why, what and futures of sysdig.

Tips and tricks to secure containers for run-time environments

One of the core concepts of container security is to protect any system which runs containers. Especially when using a container orchestration tool and when running containers in production. In the...

WHITEPAPERS

eBook: Kubernetes Security Guide

Download this guide to learn best practices for implementing Kubernetes and container security. Kubernetes has become the de facto operating system of the cloud. However, Kubernetes can be challenging to operate. Teams...
Running Containers in Production for Dummies

Running Containers in Production for Dummies

The acclaimed For Dummies Series, this fantastic resource explores containers, orchestrator choices and helps you skillfully navigate the challenges of deploying containerized applications in production. Read it now! hbspt.forms.create({ portalId: "6620659", formId: "9042decd-1356-4ea9-9200-76f0132e2fdc" });