Sysdig Secure Changelog (SaaS)

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  • November 21, 2018

    Image Scanning Performance improvements

    New performance improvements have improved the query time by 10-15x for requests to the image scanning database.

  • November 18, 2018

    Automatic Scanning of Running Images

    Users can now configure alerts to automatically trigger scans of unscanned running images. img

  • November 6, 2018

    CIS Compliance Checks

    The ability to schedule CIS compliance tasks for the agent to run on your infrastructure is now available. These tasks will generate metrics which are available in Sysdig Monitor and reports that are available in Sysdig Secure.
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  • September 26, 2018

    Run-time Vulnerability Reporting

    Sysdig Secure allows users to see the vulnerability status of their running images, and group them by hosts, service, or any other metadata collected by the Sysdig agent.
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  • August 20, 2018

    Jenkins Plugin

    Check out our Jenkins plugin to make it easier to scan images with Sysdig Secure directly within your jenkins pipelines. img

  • August 1, 2018

    Container Image Scanning

    Scan you images for vulnerabilities, misconfiguration, and compliance checks. Sysdig Secure now supports the ability to scan images as part of the CI/CD process, within a private registry, or from public registries like Dockerhub. img

  • April 18, 2018

    Enhanced Policy Rules

    Policy Rules support requires a Sysdig agent running at least version 0.78.1. Enhanced policy rules let you easily whitelist and blacklist processes, container images, files, ports, and more, while still allowing you to cover advanced scenarios with Falco based rules. img

  • April 3, 2018

    New UI design

    Our new user interface provides a more modern framework for interacting with the product. Navigation is re-oriented from a top-of-screen menu to an icon-driven left side panel, providing more space for interacting with Sysdig Secure features. img

  • March 22, 2018

    Enhanced Policy Rules available in Labs

    Enhanced policy rules let you easily whitelist and blacklist processes, container images, files, ports, and more, while still allowing you to cover advanced scenarios with Falco based rules.

    This requires a Sysdig agent running at least version 0.78.1. To provide the best experience, you should have the feature enabled for all users that create or change policies using the new capabilities. img

  • January 24, 2018

    New User Access Control

    As part of the broader Sysdig Platform initiative, Sysdig Secure users will now roll up to the Secure Operations team.

    Secure Operations team behavior: It cannot be deleted. Users in the Secure Operations have full visibility to all resources. Users can be independently added to Sysdig Secure and Sysdig Monitor

    Manage teams here

  • December 1, 2017

    Generating Manual Sysdig Captures

    Sysdig Captures can now be triggered manually within the Sysdig Secure UI. Just scope a specific host or container and generate a capture to do immediate forensic analysis.
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  • November 2, 2017

    Topology Overview for Policy Events

    Explore policy events via custom topologies based on any grouping on metadata in your environment. Quickly get an overview of your events, and their network dependencies across the various hosts, containers, and services. Turn on topology view to see this in action in your environment. img

  • November 1, 2017

    Summary Dashboard

    Want to know how many of your hosts have secure enabled, what policies are activated, or where violations are occuring in both your hosts and your services? Turn on the Summary Dashboard in Sysdig Labs to get an at a glance view of everything you need to know in your environment. img

  • October 31, 2017

    Sysdig Labs now available in Sysdig Secure

    Sysdig Labs are now available. Here you can find new functionalities or improvements we have in beta. Try them out and tell us what you think! Note: All the beta functionalities have been tested and they will not affect your data in any way. You can also come back and enable or disable some of the functionalities until they will become officially available in the product.img

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