Security Observability with eBPF

The new eBPF Security Observability paradigm enables Security and DevOps teams, SREs, Cloud Engineers, and Solution Architects to gain real-time visibility into Kubernetes security. This O’Reilly report, authored by Natália Réka Ivánkó and Jed Salazar discusses how eBPF provides historical and current metrics to help track improvements and degradations over time. If you haven’t downloaded the report yet, click here to download.

Security Observability with eBPF

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This report will help you:

  • Learn how pre-cloud network security and threat detection changed with the arrival of Kubernetes—and how you can finally solve them with eBPF
  • Examine the core security observability events you should monitor, and which events translate into actionable signals for your security team
  • Develop prevention policies to block attacks at different stages, rather than retroactively detecting them
  • Learn how eBPF creates an improved prevention policy and framework over traditional security tools

Authors

Natália Réka Ivánkó

Natália Réka Ivánkó

Security Engineer
Jed Salazar

Jed Salazar

Security Engineer