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Ceph persistent volume for Kubernetes or Openshift

By on January 30, 2017

State aware applications like databases or file repositories need access to the same file system no matter where the container they are running on is scheduled. Kubernetes and Openshift call this persistent volume.

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A Ceph guide for Kubernetes and Openshift users

By on January 30, 2017

Ceph is a self-hosted distributed storage system popular among organizations using containers in production. For those looking for a storage solution in their containerized infrastructure, we created this guide to cover: How to Deploy Ceph on AWS, Quick Introduction to Ceph and alternatives, and How to Deploy Ceph on AWS.

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Sysdig Monitor winter 2016-7 release

By on January 10, 2017

Happy New Year 2017 to everyone! The cold hasn’t frozen our development pace, and during the last 3 months we have kept working hard on improvements to Sysdig Monitor. As is our tradition,…

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Tracking down application bottlenecks with tracers

By on December 20, 2016

What if we could do application monitoring without complex dependencies, overhead and for free? That’s why we recently launched Sysdig Tracers: a new functionality that extends the open source Sysdig troubleshooting tool…

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Understanding how Kubernetes DNS services work

By on December 5, 2016

Kubernetes allows you to create container groups and define services on top of them. Kubernetes assigns each service a virtual static IP address routable within the cluster, so any connection that reaches…

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Introducing Python sysdig tracers

By on October 25, 2016

Today we are opensourcing a python library to easy emit sysdig tracers. This allows you to quickly instrument python code and keep an eye on what your code does and how it…

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Sysdig Monitor fall 2016 release

By on October 17, 2016

Since our last release notes, Sysdig team has been working hard and summer season hasn’t slowed the release of awesome features. We’re really excited to round up all the great stuff we’ve…

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