As cloud native technologies mature, security is becoming an important concern for DevOps. In this talk, we’ll share an overview of runtime security, discuss different approaches used by tools today and hear directly from Stella Connect how they got started quickly without impacting developer productivity.
Dynamic, container-based environments can be a challenge for monitoring cloud-native applications. While Prometheus is gaining rapid developer adoption as the open-source monitoring standard, scaling beyond a few clusters can be challenging. Click to learn more.
As a developer, getting metrics from your application onto a Prometheus graph can seem daunting. We’ll look at analyzing your…
Don’t miss out on these 12 image scanning best practices, whether you are starting to run containers and Kubernetes in…
A new vulnerability, CVE-2020-8557, has been detected in kubelet. It can be exploited by writing into /etc/hosts to cause a…
In this post, we will show how it’s easily possible to monitor AWS Lambda with Sysdig Monitor. By leveraging existing…
Read how Pike13 maximizes application uptime with higher efficiency on Amazon ECS.
A step by step cookbook on best practices for alerting on Kubernetes platform and orchestration, including PromQL alerts examples. If…
Our in depth, 4-part series explores Kubernetes principles, key metrics, alerts, and troubleshooting.
What are Golden signals metrics? How do you monitor golden signals in Kubernetes applications? Golden Signals can help you detect…
Kubernetes has become the de facto operating system of the cloud. Fifty-four percent of containers live for five minutes or less1, which makes investigating anomalous behavior and breaches extremely challenging. This checklist to provide guidance on choosing your approach to security as you ramp up the use of containers and Kubernetes.
Hear a candid and thoughtful conversation with Sysdig’s Founder/CTO and Chief Open Source Advocate about open source maturation during the rise of Kubernetes. You also will learn some best practices for the healthy coexistence of open source and commercial tools inside a single company.