The Official Sysdig Blog

Author - Eric

Amazon EKS monitoring and security with Sysdig

By on July 17, 2018

Amazon Elastic Container Service for Kubernetes (Amazon EKS) provides Kubernetes as a managed service on AWS. It helps make it easier to deploy, manage and scale containerized applications on Kubernetes. Sysdig cloud-native…

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Sysdig Monitor summer 2018 release

By on June 21, 2018

It’s the first day of summer and the perfect opportunity for our summer Sysdig Monitor release round up. For those of you following our progress, we use these blogs to showcase the…

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IBM & Sysdig collaborate on end-to-end cloud-native intelligence for IBM Cloud

By on June 13, 2018

We’re super excited today to announce at DockerCon 2018 our collaboration with IBM to support the Sysdig Cloud-Native Intelligence Platform in IBM Cloud. Sysdig solutions on IBM Cloud will enable developer teams…

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2018 Docker Usage Report

By on May 29, 2018

Our 2nd annual Docker Usage Report provides insight into real-world customer container deployments over the past year. Read about increasing densities, diversity in container runtimes, and details on what’s happening with orchestrators like Kubernetes.

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Introducing kube-state-metrics support — complete Kubernetes state monitoring

By on February 15, 2018

We’re thrilled to announce the expansion of Sysdig Monitor integration with Kubernetes with the release of kube-state-metrics support. Now, you get complete visibility into the performance and state of your Kubernetes environment…

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Sysdig Monitor winter 2017-18 release

By on February 15, 2018

We’ve been busy since our fall Sysdig Monitor release. A lot of great features have been rolled out and our most recent update delivers some really important integrations and capabilities. Things are…

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System calls never lie: New integrated troubleshooting in Sysdig Monitor

By on January 10, 2018

Being able to see the status and performance of your containers in production deployments is critical. But once you see a problem, then what? Most monitoring systems – whether they are open…

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