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OPEN TALK: Real-World Insights on Container Security and Usage


Knox Anderson
Sysdig, VP of Product


Knox is Vice President of Product at Sysdig, focused on security, forensic and compliance solutions for containers and microservices. Prior to joining Sysdig he first discovered containers as an easy way to demo complex products like distributed SQL databases and has been helping companies of all sizes make their experience of running containers in production easier. Knox holds a BS in Business Management Information Systems and Services from Boston University.

Aaron Newcomb
Sysdig, Director of Product Marketing

Aaron Newcomb is the Director of Product Marketing at Sysdig focusing on the Sysdig Monitor product and related Kubernetes and container monitoring features. He has worked in the technology industry for over 20 years for companies such as AppDynamics, New Relic, NetApp, Oracle, Sun Microsystems, and Hewlett Packard where he worked with APM, Storage, and Systems Monitoring products. He is a published author, non-profit founder, and speaks about cloud technology and open source software regularly at conferences and on podcasts like TWiT.tv. Aaron spends his free time tinkering with Raspberry Pi or Arduino as well as restoring and hacking old computer systems like the Commodore 64, Apple II, and TRS-80 Color Computer.


Cloud and Kubernetes adoption led to greater container usage in 2020. Staying up-to-date with the latest trends in security and monitoring for Kubernetes and container environments is more important than ever.

In this session, you’ll hear real-world examples of nearly one billion unique containers deployed in today’s modern global enterprises. You’ll walk away with new knowledge about:
- How organizations are dealing with container security concerns
- Interesting shifts in runtime and registry usage
- Usage trends that impact container security
- Practices others are using to to run containers with greater confidence
- Trends in lifespan and density as container usage matures