Tetragon 1.0 has Landed: What’s New and Exciting in Kubernetes Security?

Cilium Tetragon has reached the 1.0 milestone with production ready Kubernetes-aware security observability and runtime enforcement – all powered by eBPF.

In this webinar join Cilium’s creator Thomas Graf and Security Product Manager  Natalia Reka Ivanko as we explore the technical differentiators behind Tetragon, real-world use cases, overhead benchmarks and how it simplifies highly scaled Kubernetes security.

  • December 7

    18:00 CET | 9:00 PST


Tetragon 1.0 has arrived!

Join this introduction to Tetragon, a walkthrough of the amazing CLI, and opportunity to ask any questions with Isovalent’s Thomas Graf and Natalia Reka Ivanko.

Register to learn:

  • How Tetragon uses lightweight eBPF programs for in-kernel collection and event filtering. 
  • Why Kubernetes awareness is fundamental to cloud native security, and how Tetragon correlates K8s identities with runtime metadata.
  • What are the first use cases you should try with Tetragon, tracing kubectl exec, escalated privileges, file monitoring, and network events. 

You can already read about these new features in our Tetragon 1.0 release blog



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