Kubernetes’ emergence as the de facto operating system of the cloud is upending conventional roles and processes, and it has also introduced new risks.
Today’s hybrid multicloud reality can be a double-edged sword. While the transformation can increase speed, scale and flexibility, it can also limit your view of performance and security within containers. In fact, an IBM and McKinsey research report notes that 67 percent of those surveyed consider management consistency a priority concern.
Sysdig has added to its platform for securing Kubernetes support for the Pod Security Policies (PSP) native to Kubernetes and tools for managing incident response and conducting audits.
Sysdig announced version 3.0 of Sysdig Secure, its tool that provides enterprises with threat prevention at runtime using Kubernetes-native pod security policies (PSPs).
Sysdig has come out with Sysdig Secure 3.0 to help enterprises with threat prevention at runtime using Kubernetes-native Pod Security Policies (PSP). PSPs are controls in Kubernetes that define the security conditions pods must follow in order to run.
Sysdig report shows how quickly containers do their jobs and then vaporize — often within seconds.
According to Sysdig 2019 Container Usage Report, 50% of containers live less than five minutes—a dramatic change from last year when only 20% of containers lived less than five minutes.
You probably already knew that most of the containers created by developers are disposable, but did you realize that half of them are only around for less than five minutes? That and other fascinating details are available in the latest annual container report from Sysdig, a container security and orchestration vendor.
Security tooling company Sysdig has looked into the way its users work with containers on-prem and in the cloud. Its findings are now available in the 2019 container usage report, providing insight into current patterns and issues.
A report published by Sysdig suggests the types of applications being deployed on Kubernetes clusters along with the number of containers running per host is increasing significantly.