The Official Sysdig Blog

WordPress in Kubernetes: The Perfect Setup

By on May 16, 2017

This tutorial shows how to prepare and deploy WordPress with all required dependencies (MySQL, etc) in Kubernetes. Why WordPress? WordPress is usually chosen as the de facto application when explaining how to…

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Sysdig Monitor spring 2017 release

By on May 11, 2017

We’re really excited to round up all the great functionality we’ve released so far this year on Sysdig Monitor into our Spring Release. Here we’re going to give you a quick run-down…

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How to monitor Linkerd the microservices proxy

By on May 10, 2017

In this article we are going to deploy and monitor Linkerd as the default proxy for microservices communication inside a Kubernetes cluster. Common Linkerd metrics, failure points and their related alerts will…

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Monitoring Azure container service with Sysdig: A step-by-step guide

By on May 7, 2017

Sysdig hearts (can I emoji here?) monitoring Azure Container Service just as much Amazon or other public cloud providers… and we can prove it to you! Azure has made leaps and bounds…

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How to Monitor etcd on Kubernetes

By on May 2, 2017

In the following tutorial we’ll show how to monitor etcd as a registry service for a Kubernetes cluster, including metrics, alerts, health check, performance and common failure points. But first things first,…

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How to monitor Docker Swarm

By on April 17, 2017

In the following tutorial I will show how to monitor Docker Swarm using Sysdig Monitor. Docker Swarm is the Docker Engine feature for container orchestration and cluster management. It’s a fundamental component…

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Falco 0.6.0 Released

By on April 12, 2017

We just released Falco 0.6.0. This has several great new features as well as continued improvement to the default ruleset. Here’s a summary of the changes: Tags for Falco Rules Rules now…

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The 2017 Docker Usage Report

By on April 12, 2017

Many Docker usage reports are based on user surveys. These are incredibly useful to understand intent and objectives, but can sometimes be inconsistent with how people are actually adopting Docker within their…

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Kubernetes defined monitoring

By on March 26, 2017

Sysdig recently launched Teams, a way to create service-based access control across your monitoring environment. The idea was simple and powerful: Teams of developers want to isolate and focus on the analytics…

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Monitoring Kubernetes (part 4): Docker + Kubernetes at WayBlazer – A use case

By on March 24, 2017

This article is part of our series on operating and monitoring Kubernetes in production. Part 1 covered the basics of Kubernetes and monitoring tools; Part 2 covered Kubernetes alerting best practices. Part…

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