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Dec 19, 2018 | By Mateo Burillo
In this blog post we are going to cover how to perform Docker image scanning on Atlassian’s Bamboo CI/CD platform using Sysdig Secure. Container images with security vulnerabilities or not compliant with the security policies that you define within Sysdig Secure will be stopped, breaking the build pipeline before being pushed to your Docker registry.
Dec 17, 2018 | By Dhaval Shah
At Sysdig, we have built a cloud-native intelligence platform to create a single, more effective way to monitor and secure your critical applications. We want to empower our users to quickly identify critical events and focus on events that need the most attention from you.
Dec 12, 2018 | By Eric Carter
Today at Kubecon we announced the availability of IBM Cloud Monitoring with Sysdig. Together, IBM and Sysdig have launched this new offering to provide a fully managed enterprise-grade monitoring service for cloud-native applications on IBM Cloud. If you build, ship, and run applications on IBM Cloud, you now have direct, integrated access to Sysdig Monitor.
Dec 10, 2018 | By Knox Anderson
Over the past four years we’ve helped hundreds of organizations run reliable, secure, and compliant Kubernetes and Openshift clusters. Some of the key themes we’ve seen from organizations that have successfully grown their Kubernetes footprint are: they have immaculate labeling, understand how to leverage internal Kubernetes features to harden their platform, and understand what developers need access to and manage it with RBAC and namespaces.
Dec 7, 2018 | By Néstor Salceda
Container security orchestration allows to define within your security policy how you are going to respond to your different container security incidents. These responses can be automated in what is called security playbooks. This way, you can define and orchestrate multiple workflows involving different software both for sourcing and responding. This is how Falco and Splunk Phantom can be integrated together to do this.
Oct 1, 2018 | By Sysdig
Microservices built on containers and Kubernetes are helping you build and run software applications much faster than ever before. In your new infrastructure stack, keeping track of what’s happening becomes a new challenge.
An example of how we can audit and detect anomalous activity in a microservices application running in Docker and Kubernetes using container runtime security.
A traditional security policy model doesn’t work with containers. The hard part is applying those policies to different containers as they change in your infrastructure. We need a security policy model that can adapt dynamically to orchestration platforms like Kubernetes and Cloud Native apps.