SAN FRANCISCO, March 27, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Sysdig, Inc., the container intelligence company, today announced new dates for its Container Troubleshooting Workshop series. Containers are a relatively new technology that allow development organizations to move more quickly, deploy software more efficiently, and operate at scale. However, the complexity of containers has the potential to raise challenges in operations. The Sysdig workshops are designed to help DevOps and developers build the robust skills needed to properly secure and troubleshoot their container and Kubernetes environments.

Attendees of the workshops will get hands-on and use-case-driven training. Workshop topics will explore container visibility and troubleshooting, analyzing performance and bottlenecks, debugging Kubernetes, implementing container security, and forensics. According to a past attendee, the Sysdig Container Troubleshooting Workshop was described as “one of the (if not the) best workshops I had lately!”

2018 Sysdig Container Troubleshooting Workshop Dates

March 29 – SportsEngine in Minneapolis, MN
April 10 – Federal Workshop in Alexandria, VA
May 1 – KubeCon + CloudNativeCon EU in Copenhagen, Denmark
May 23 – Container Camp in Melbourne, Australia
Week of June 11 – DockerCon NA in San Francisco, CA
Week of September 13 – DevSecCon in Boston, MA
Week of October 18 – DevSecCon in London, UK
Week of December 3 – DockerCon EU in Barcelona, Spain

Some of the workshops are scheduled as part of upcoming industry events, including Container Camp, DockerCon, and DevSecCon, and are free to attendees. The Sysdig hosted workshop in Minneapolis is independent from any other industry event and is free to sign up, as is registration for the Federal Workshop. An additional ticket must be purchased for the Sysdig Container Troubleshooting Workshop hosted during KubeCon + CloudNativeCon EU.

Follow Sysdig on Twitter for more information on workshop topics and how to register for the Sysdig Container Troubleshooting Workshop as the events get closer.

Open Source Container Security and Monitoring
Since 2013 and the release of its open source technologies, Sysdig has been a leader in delivering security, monitoring, and forensics in a container and microservices-friendly architecture. Sysdig is full of driven, passionate, technical problem-solvers who want to help companies realize the full potential of their new container platforms through both powerful open source technology, as well as knowledge and best practices.

The Sysdig Container Toolkit is all open source and includes Sysdig and Sysdig Falco. Sysdig analyzes containers in real time for troubleshooting or captures container activity for later forensics and incident reporting. Sysdig Falco, a container runtime security tool, enables companies to monitor container security in production without instrumenting or modifying them in any way. The Container Troubleshooting Workshops allow companies to learn directly from the Sysdig team and improve their approach to monitoring, securing, and troubleshooting their environment.

About Sysdig
Sysdig (Twitter: @sysdig) is the container intelligence company. We have created the only unified platform to deliver security, monitoring, and troubleshooting in a microservices-friendly architecture. Our open source technologies have attracted a community of over a million developers, administrators and other IT professionals looking for deep visibility into systems and containers. Our container intelligence platform monitors and secures millions of containers across hundreds of enterprises, including Fortune 500 companies and web-scale properties. Learn more at www.sysdig.com

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