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Container Security Monitoring using Open Source - All Day DevOps 2018

A53edd970bfc4b815bad87323175367b?s=47 Madhu Akula
October 19, 2018

Container Security Monitoring using Open Source - All Day DevOps 2018

The world is advancing towards accelerated deployments using DevOps and cloud native technologies. In this talk we will see how to monitor for security events using open source solutions to build an actionable monitoring system for Docker and Kubernetes.

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Madhu Akula

October 19, 2018
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  1. None
  2. • • • • • • • About Me

  3. • • • • • • ​ • ​ What

    we are going to learn
  4. Importance of container security monitoring

  5. Importance of container security monitoring

  6. • ​ • ​ • • Why use container security

    monitoring?
  7. • • • • • Container security monitoring

  8. • a. b. c. How to do container security monitoring

  9. • ◦ • ◦ • ◦ ◦ How to do

    container security monitoring
  10. • • • Simple and quick way to look at

    logs
  11. docker events example

  12. docker logs example

  13. kubectl logs example

  14. Container integrity checks example

  15. System level monitoring using cAdvisor

  16. • • • • What about security specific monitoring?

  17. • ​ • ​ • ​ • ​ • •

    Why Sysdig Falco?
  18. • • • Why Sysdig Falco?

  19. DEMO - Introducing Sysdig Falco https://youtu.be/A41bAUzvym0

  20. ​ Automated defense for container security

  21. Automated defense infrastructure setup

  22. • • • • • • Automated defense infrastructure setup

  23. DEMO - Automated defense https://youtu.be/zd0ksjZI5Vk

  24. • • • • • What just happened?

  25. • ​ • • ​ Use cases

  26. Want to try it yourself in a browser? https://www.katacoda.com/sysdig/scenarios/sysdig-falco

  27. Credits and acknowledgements • • • • •

  28. • • ​ • • https://www.katacoda.com • • ​ References

    and resources
  29. Thank You Sponsors

  30. Thank You Supporters

  31. Meet Me in the Slack Channel for Q&A

  32. Thank You @madhuakula | @appseccouk