The Official Sysdig Blog

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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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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How to deploy Openshift on AWS

By on January 25, 2018

In the following tutorial we will show how to quickly boot an OpenShift Origin multinode deployment on Amazon AWS using CloudFormation and Ansible. We found the reference architecture had too many additional…

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Sysdig’s Top Viral Blogs of 2017

By on January 18, 2018

2017 was a big year for Sysdig: New opensource projects, a round of funding, community conferences, and even a new product, Sysdig Secure, to set the foundation for what will be a…

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In search of 0xffffffffff600400: troubleshooting containers, system calls and performance

By on January 16, 2018

This article describes an issue caused by a Linux container image running on a “mismatched” Linux kernel version. The exploration starts from a high level understanding of the problem, and continues with…

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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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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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Fishing for Miners – Cryptojacking Honeypots in Kubernetes

By on January 2, 2018

Introduction A while back, we wrote a blog post about opening an EC2 instance to the world to see who would exploit it and what we could reconstruct from their behavior using…

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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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