MEDIA ALERT: Sysdig to Showcase the Advantages of Unified Monitoring and Security for VMware Kubernetes Solutions at VMworld 2019.
Company delivers the only unified visibility and security platform for enterprises running Kubernetes applications in private, hybrid, and multi-cloudsSAN FRANCISCO, Aug. 20, 2019 — VMworld 2019 – Sysdig, Inc., the cloud-native visibility and security company, will exhibit its Cloud-Native Visibility and Security Platform (VSP) at VMworld 2019, Aug. 25-29 in San Francisco. With its unified monitoring, compliance, and security platform, Sysdig provides the first consolidated view of risk, health, and performance for VMware PKS. Sysdig gives DevOps teams, security teams, and service owners instant container visibility and actionable intelligence to accelerate adoption of modern infrastructure faster, with less risk, and at a lower cost. With its deep insights, Sysdig contextualizes massive amounts of data and provides a single place to visualize the operational status of cloud-native software and infrastructure at the scale that enterprises require.
As VMware customers deploy container-based applications, DevOps teams and security teams are finding that their existing security and visibility tools lack the data and insights they need in highly distributed and dynamically orchestrated environments. Sysdig enables VMware PKS users to scale monitoring and security across clusters and clouds with a unified, single-pane-of-glass experience — enabling enterprises to see and secure the entire Kubernetes landscape in one place. With Sysdig, PKS users are able to identify and block vulnerabilities and easily compare and contrast performance metrics and security events from any number of clusters within on-prem and public cloud deployments.
Sysdig, along with Sysdig CEO Suresh Vasudevan and Sysdig CTO and founder Loris Degioanni, will be at booth #132 demoing the Sysdig technologies and helping VMware customers learn best practices for avoiding risk and vulnerabilities as they adopt modern infrastructure.
Where to find Sysdig at VMworld 2019
- What: Sysdig is a Supporting-level sponsor of VMworld 2019 and will share demos of the Sysdig Cloud-Native Visibility and Security Platform, Sysdig Monitor, and Sysdig Secure.
- When: August 25-29, 2019 Where: Booth 132, Moscone Center, San Francisco, CA
- Connect: Please stop by the Sysdig booth or schedule a time to meet with the team for a personalized demo.
The Sysdig Cloud-Native Visibility and Security Platform includes two of Sysdig’s core tools, Sysdig Secure and Sysdig Monitor. Sysdig Secure brings together image scanning, run-time protection, and forensics to identify vulnerabilities, block threats, enforce container compliance, and audit activity for cloud-native applications on VMware PKS. Sysdig Monitor delivers performance monitoring, alerting, and troubleshooting for containers, applications, and infrastructure on VMware PKS. Sysdig helps customers improve their security, risk, and compliance posture, deliver highly performant applications, and reliably deliver expected business outcomes from their cloud-native applications.
Sysdig is proven to provide VMware customers:
- 45 percent faster identification of issues.
- 48 percent faster issue resolution through troubleshooting and forensics.
- 39 percent reduction in unplanned downtime.
- 65 percent in productivity gained back from reduced application degradation.
Amanda McKinney, 280blue, Inc.
Sysdig is driving the standard for cloud and container security. The company pioneered cloud-native runtime threat detection and response by creating Falco and Sysdig Open Source as open source standards and key building blocks of the Sysdig platform. With the platform, teams can find and prioritize software vulnerabilities, detect and respond to threats, and manage cloud configurations, permissions, and compliance. From containers and Kubernetes to cloud services, teams get a single view of risk from source to run, with no blind spots, no guesswork, no wasted time. The largest and most innovative companies around the world rely on Sysdig.