Container Troubleshooting Workshop with Sysdig
Date: Tuesday, May 1
Time: 13:00 – 17:00
Registration Fee: $199 – Register now by adding this to your KubeCon + CloudNativeCon registration.
Join Sysdig for a 4-hour use-case driven training session on container visibility, troubleshooting and run-time security monitoring with the Sysdig open source tools (Sysdig, Sysdig Inspect, and Falco) and learn how containers work under the hood.
– Visibility and troubleshooting (~1h)
Learn how to debug a 502 error on a containerized LB with HAproxy, a Python webapp crashing after working for 5 minutes, and where did you configure wrong credentials in a microservices app?
– Analyzing performance and bottlenecks (~1h)
Compare for yourself the performance of different web servers running in containers, use system call tracing to find the bottleneck in your application or learn how to use spectrograms (flame graphs) to visualize system call performance.
– Debugging Kubernetes (~1h)
Dive into Kubernetes internals using reverse engineering: why that Kubernetes service is valid but doesn’t work? How does service resolution work? Or how Kubernetes instructs Docker Engine.
– Security run-time monitoring and forensics (~1h)
Last but not least, all these previous lessons can also be applied for security, not only doing forensics on an attack attempt. Sysdig Falco can alert on containers with anomalous behavior.
Michael Ducy currently works as Director of Community & Evangelism for Sysdig where he is responsible for growing adoption of Sysdig’s open source solutions. Previously, Michael worked at Chef where we held a variety of roles helping customers and community members leverage Chef’s open source and paid solutions, as well as implement the ideas and practices of DevOps. Michael has also worked in a variety of roles in his career including Cloud Architecture, Systems Engineering, and Performance Engineering. Michael holds a Masters in Computer Science from the University of Chicago and an MBA from The Ohio State University.
Jorge Salamero Sanz enjoys monitoring all the things, from his container clusters to writing sensors plugins and DIY projects with Raspberry PI and ESP8266. Currently he is part of the Sysdig team, and in the past was one of the promoters of HumanOps. When he is away from computers, you will find him walking with his 2 dogs across the countryside or driving his car through a twisted road.