Using eBPF for Container Monitoring, Security, and Forensics

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Sysdig experts: Eric Carter – Director of Product Marketing & Narayan Iyengar – Product Manager

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Modern apps built from isolated and often short-lived processes can leave blind spots in security and performance visibility. Join Sysdig to learn how tapping into Linux-native eBPF helps enable deep observability for your containers, hosts, networks, and more. In this session we’ll discuss: --What eBPF is and how it’s being used to deliver insight into cloud-native environments --How Sysdig uses eBPF for deep views into your containers, infrastructure, applications and events --Capturing detailed system activity for performing forensics and troubleshooting --Why eBPF is key to securing and monitoring purpose-built container platforms like Container-Optimized OS (COS) from Google Cloud and Project Atomic Host

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