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Sysdig surpasses 1M downloads

I’m proud to announce today that sysdig, the open source linux system visibility tool, has surpassed a million downloads(). I use a () because we’re likely much, much higher – we cannot count the installs where we are prepackaged with OS distributions like Ubuntu, Debian, Fedora or CentOS although we can for Docker Hub. It’s extra special that I’m making this announcement on the day of our first user conference here in San Francisco.

As a way to look at what we’ve accomplished together, I wanted to show you how the capabilities of sysdig evolved over the past couple of years.

Sysdig history infographic

Just wanted to thank the thousands of people who have given feedback on sysdig, and the contributors who have pushed this project forward. I know I speak for everyone at Sysdig when I say that it’s the time we spend with the community that gives us the energy to keep building. Happy digging!

For our plain-text readers, follows a version of the infographic above:

April 3, 2014

Sysdig launches its open source linux visibility tool.

May 5, 2014

Fishing For Hackers” goes viral. Multiple times.

March 3, 2015

Sysdig adds docker visibility with the -pc switch.

June 4, 2015

cSysdig is released. Htop for your entire stack.

July 14, 2015

Sysdig Cloud the first container native monitoring service is launched.

Sept 24, 2015

Sysdig declared a ‘project to watch’ on linux.com.

November 9, 2015

Sysdig integrates with Kubernetes for orchestrator metadata support.

January 20, 2016

50 Shades of System Calls’ goes viral, highlighting spectrograms in sysdig.

March 15, 2016

Sysdig Cloud passes 100 customers.

May 16, 2016

Sysdig Falco, the behavioral security monitor, is born.

July 12, 2016

Sysdig launches tracers, full stack tracing with container support.

October 1, 2016

Sysdig Cloud passess 200 customers.

October 19, 2016

Sysdig passes 4000 stars on github.

October 26, 2016

Sysdig surpasses 1,000,000 downloads.

October 26, 1016

Sysdig hold its first Camp-Con-World-Fest-Summit on container troubleshooting.




Online session: Building an Open Source Container Security Stack

On this session Sysdig and Anchore are presenting how using Falco and Anchore Engine you can build a complete open source container security stack for Docker and Kubernetes.

This online session will live demo:

  • Using Falco, NATS and Kubeless to build a Kubernetes response engine and implement real-time attack remediation with security playbooks using FaaS.
  • How Anchore Engine can detect software vulnerabilities in your images, and how can be integrated with Jenkins, Kubernetes and Falco.

Watch now!

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