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Learn to Program with Minecraft – Docker Edition

By on July 25, 2018

My son has started to show interest in programming so I’ve been looking for a way to get him started. He loves Minecraft so I picked him up a copy of “Learn…

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Active Kubernetes Security with Sysdig Falco, NATS, and Kubeless

By on May 2, 2018

The composability of Cloud Native platforms has dramatically changed the way we think about the management of these platforms. In this post we’ll talk about how we can leverage this composability to…

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Kubernetes Security Logging with Falco & Fluentd

By on April 4, 2018

Kubernetes security logging primarily focuses on orchestrator events. The Kubernetes documentation provides a good starting point for auditing events of the Kubernetes API. Using Sysdig Falco and Fluentd can provide a more…

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Detecting Cryptojacking with Sysdig’s Falco

By on March 13, 2018

The latest rage amongst attackers appears to be cryptojacking; rather, exploiting a system, and installing cryptocurrency miners to earn money from the exploited host’s CPU power. We’ve talked about these types of…

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Getting Started Writing Falco Rules

By on March 7, 2018

Sysdig’s Falco is a powerful behavioral activity monitoring tool to detect abnormal behavior in your applications and containers. While it comes with 25 rules for common best practices, you’ll quickly want to…

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Three Ways Red Hat Acquiring CoreOS Helps Cloud Native

By on January 30, 2018

It was announced today that Red Hat has reached an agreement to purchase CoreOS. In many ways this acquisition makes a lot of sense. CoreOS has contributed greatly to open source communities…

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Making sense of Meltdown/Spectre

By on January 8, 2018

The IT world was put on its heels this past week as two of the most significant hardware exploits were announced for CPUs from Intel, ARM, AMD, IBM, and others. Early estimates…

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Runtime Security for Kubernetes with Sysdig Falco

By on December 21, 2017

The power of Kubernetes is how easy it is to quickly deploy and scale containerized applications. Developers can quickly package their application in a container, and then deploy it with just a…

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