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Monitoring Kubernetes in Production

Monitoring Kubernetes, both the infrastructure platform and the running workloads, is on everyone’s checklist as we evolve beyond day zero and into production. Traditional monitoring tools and processes aren’t adequate, as they do not provide visibility into dynamic container environments. Given this, what tools can you use to monitor Kubernetes and your applications?

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Best practices for alerting on Kubernetes

A step by step cookbook on best practices for alerting on Kubernetes platform and orchestration, including PromQL alerts examples. If you are new to Kubernetes and monitoring, we recommend that you first read Monitoring Kubernetes in production, in which we cover monitoring fundamentals and open-source tools. Interested in Kubernetes monitoring?

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File Integrity Monitoring: Detecting suspicious file activity inside a container

In this blog, we will explore suspicious file activity inside a container and see how to effectively implement a file integrity monitoring (FIM) workflow. We’ll also cover how Sysdig Secure can help you implement FIM for both containers and Linux hosts.

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Attack of the mutant tags!Or why tag mutability is a real security threat

Tag mutability can introduce multiple functional and security issues. In container land, tags are a volatile reference to a concrete image version in a specific point in time. Tags can change unexpectedly, and at any moment. In this article, we’ll learn how we can prevent them.

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Azure you shot an ARO through our hearts... Confidently observe and secure Azure Red Hat OpenShift with Sysdig and Arctiq

It has arrived! Azure Red Hat OpenShift 4 is here and generally available; now, how do you add even more granular security and faster time to repair (MTTR) for your teams? Sysdig, that’s how!

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New and improved dashboards: PromQL, Teams sharing, and more!

To accompany Sysdig’s announcement of the first cloud-scale Prometheus monitoring offering, we had to re-architect our dashboarding experience from the ground up to support the Prometheus query language, PromQL. The query language is the standard method to query metrics within the ecosystem, and it’s an entirely new way to slice and dice metrics within Sysdig Monitor.

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Monitoring AWS Fargate with Prometheus and Sysdig

In this article, we will show how it’s easily possible to monitor AWS Fargate with Sysdig Monitor. By leveraging existing Prometheus ingestion in Sysdig, you will be able to monitor serverless services with a single-pane-of-glass approach, giving you confidence in running these services in production.