Applications deployed to a Kubernetes cluster in IBM Cloud will likely generate some level of diagnostic output (i.e., logs). As a developer or an operator, you may want to access and analyze different types of logs—such as worker logs, pod logs, app logs, or network logs—to troubleshoot problems and preempt issues.
The Cloud Native Computing Foundation’s flagship conference, KubeCon + CloudNativeCon Europe, is right around the corner, May 20 – 23, 2019 taking place this year in Fira Gran Via, Barcelona, Spain. Ahead of the show, VMblog was able to speak with Loris Degioanni, founder and CTO of Sysdig.
Sysdig has continued to expand the ways its customers can slice and dice the fine grained information it gathers about your cloud native applications, now with the beta launch of its Visibility and Security Platform (VSP) 2.0.
Sysdig, supplier of intelligent container technology, is now working closely with Amazic, an international full-service IT distributor and training partner with a branch in Nieuw-Vennep.
Sysdig got its start as a technology provider for virtualized application visibility and has steadily expanded into cloud-native security. Now the company is looking to combine workload visibility and intelligence together with security controls in a new platform update.
At this week’s Google Cloud Next 2019 conference, Sysdig announced it will offer a preview of the next iteration of a platform for monitoring and securing containers that provides IT organizations with much deeper visibility into a cloud-native computing environment.
Sysdig this week released version 2.0 of its cloud-native security and visibility platform. The update unifies the aspects of its platform for a more complete view of the health, performance, and risk levels of an enterprises’ cloud-native applications.
If you’re relatively new to containers, here’s a piece of advice that can enable you to leapfrog a host of otherwise hard-gained development lessons: Enterprises need a new approach to provide adequate insight into these dynamic, ephemeral application environments and your traditional development and security groups may be too siloed to keep up with the pace of change.
Sysdig has joined the Continuous Delivery Foundation (CDF), a new foundation recently launched by the Linux Foundation for the diverse continuous integration and delivery (CI/CD) space, as one of the first members.
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