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SysDig vs. GitLab

SysDig provides solutions that help secure containerized workloads through their integration with the open source Falco project. They are capable of scanning containers for vulnerabilities and securing code in runtime through their intrusion detection and prevention capabilities.

FEATURES

Network Policies for Container Network Security

Network Policies can be installed into GitLab managed Kubernetes clusters to limit communication with Kubernetes pods and the Internet.

Learn more about Container Network Security

Container Host Monitoring and Blocking

“With Container Host Monitoring, you can monitor running containers for malicious or unusual activity. This includes process starts, file changes, or opened network ports. You can also block or prevent these activities from occurring.”

Learn more about Container Host Monitoring and Blocking

Policy Management for Container Network Policies

“Policy Management for Container Network Policies provides an easy way to view and manage Network Policies in the GitLab UI.”

Learn more about policy management for container Network Policies

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