I am very excited to share our brand new Sysdig documentation website. Our documentation team has been working very hard for the past few months. They have rewritten the majority of our product and support content and introduced an intuitive navigation structure to help you quickly find what you need. Sysdig Docs are now organized into Platform, Monitor and Secure sections.
We have also added a brand new metrics dictionary that describes how to group, scope, and segment metrics, and more.
Sysdig Secure documentation.
In our Secure documentation section, you will find a Getting Started section to help you quickly get up and running with container runtime security and forensics. You will also find detailed guides for policy configuration, auditing user activity, and Image Scanning.
Our team will continue to update the existing documentation and add new content frequently. In the meantime, if you come across any error or have suggestions on how to improve the quality or content, please do not hesitate to reach out to us. As always, keep the feedback coming – we’re listening!
Platforms such as Kubernetes make it easy to provide development teams access to the infrastructure resources they need to run their applications in a Cloud Native and scalable fashion. But what happens after your initial platform deployment and how can you provide a secure platform for development teams?
In this webinar we’ll cover how to get started using Google Cloud’s managed Kubernetes offering, Google Kubernetes Engine. We’ll deploy a GKE cluster then show how to secure it using Sysdig’s open source project for intrusion and abnormality detect, Falco. We’ll cover the common concerns around security on Cloud Native platforms, and show how Falco provides the additional layer of security for the container runtime environment. Finally, we’ll show how to integrate Falco with Google Cloud Security Console to provide a consolidated view of security across your entire Google Cloud infrastructure.