Press Release

Sysdig Container Intelligence Platform Certified for Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform.

Automates the collection of Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform application, performance and security data, helping to accelerate the pace of software development

SAN FRANCISCO – April 03, 2018 – Sysdig, Inc., the container intelligence company, today announced Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform certification for the Sysdig Container Intelligence Platform, the first unified approach to container security, monitoring, and forensics. Certification and publication of Sysdig in the Red Hat Container Catalog, Red Hat’s service for discovering, distributing, and consuming commercially-curated Linux container images, is a natural step in the relationship between Sysdig and Red Hat. With this certification, developers have the confidence of knowing the Sysdig Container Intelligence Platform is a member of the OpenShift ecosystem and has been tested with Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform, the industry’s most comprehensive enterprise-grade Kubernetes container application platform.

“Containers can take friction out of software development. They’re designed to be easily built, deployed, and updated without reliance on permanent infrastructure. However, these dynamic container environments bring challenges when deployed in production, especially with respect to monitoring, management, and security,” said Apurva Dave, chief marketing officer, Sysdig. “By using Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform and Sysdig, users can automatically discover insight into how their containers and microservices are performing at the host, network, application, and even the process level.”

On April 25, Sysdig will host a webinar detailing how to instrument, monitor, and secure OpenShift environments. Follow Sysdig on Twitter for more information.

Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform enables developers to quickly build, host, and scale applications in a cloud environment. Sysdig can automate the collection of Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform application and service level-performance metrics, helping to accelerate the software development pace. The Sysdig ContainerVision™ agent, patented data collection technology running on each Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform host system, can provide request-level visibility inside containers. This approach to container intelligence is designed to unify monitoring, security, and troubleshooting instrumentation for containers and microservices. To give developers further insight into logical applications, the Sysdig ServiceVision™ agent enriches metrics and events with metadata from Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform and Kubernetes, as well as clouds like Amazon Web Services (AWS), Microsoft Azure, and Google Cloud Platform (GCP).

“Developers at organizations are using Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform for their cloud applications,” said Julio Tapia, director, OpenShift Ecosystem, Red Hat. “We are happy to collaborate with Sysdig to offer these users more confidence and more choice for added container security and intelligence as they deploy container-based apps in production with OpenShift.”

Resources

Watch design videos:

Read: “Sysdig Install: OpenShift,” a blog post on installing Sysdig for Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform.

Availability

Sysdig is available today in the Red Hat Container Catalog. For information on Sysdig, specifications, a demo, and other offerings, visit sysdig.com.

Red Hat and OpenShift are trademarks or registered trademarks of Red Hat, Inc. or its subsidiaries in the U.S. and other countries.

Contacts:

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Amanda McKinney
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Sysdig

Sysdig is driving the secure DevOps movement, empowering organizations to confidently secure containers, Kubernetes, and cloud services. With the Sysdig Secure DevOps Platform, cloud teams secure the build pipeline, detect and respond to runtime threats, continuously validate compliance, and monitor and troubleshoot cloud infrastructure and services. Sysdig is a SaaS platform, built on an open source stack that includes Falco and sysdig OSS, the open standards for runtime threat detection and response. Hundreds of companies rely on Sysdig for container and Kubernetes security and visibility. Learn more at sysdig.com.