2018 wasn’t too shabby for storage as the three-pronged attack of IoT edge, AI and multi-cloud defeated notions of the public cloud eating on-premises storage. Revenues also rose, capacities increased and latencies dived to boot.
Sysdig released new features for Sysdig Secure, part of the Sysdig Cloud-Native Intelligence Platform. These enhancements add Kubernetes auditing and vulnerability management, service-based access control, and security analytics, along with simplified compliance to give users a view of the health and risk profiles of their container environments.
eSecurity Planet’s in-depth look at the Sysdig cloud-native intelligence platform, which monitors and secures millions of containers across hundreds of enterprises.
The continued development of cloud and container-deployment adoption will maintain its fast pace in 2019, but you may need help analyzing some of the bigger-picture implications of that migration.
With the integration of the Sysdig monitoring solution, the IBM Cloud Monitoring service provides big blue customers with a solution that can measure and troubleshoot the performance of their applications and cloud infrastructures.
VMblog visits the Sysdig booth during #KubeCon 2018 in Seattle to learn more about their unified container security, performance monitoring, and forensics solutions.
Sysdig’s commercial runtime defense offering Sysdig Secure is out in v2.2, introducing service-based access control and making better use of Kubernetes’ admission controllers, audit data and labels.
Sysdig is the first unified approach to security, monitoring, and forensics for cloud-native applications, including containers, across the entire software lifecycle.