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Sysdig Cloud

In the previous chapter, we had a look at the open source version of Sysdig. We saw that there is a great ncurses interface called cSysdig and it allows us to navigate through all the data that Sysdig is collecting about our host.

The sheer amount of metrics and data collected by Sysdig means that you have to try to stay on top of it either by shipping your files off the server, maybe to Amazon Simple Storage Service (S3), or to some local shared storage. In addition, you can query the data in the command line on the host itself or on your local machine using an installation of the command-line tools.

This is where Sysdig Cloud comes into play; it offers a web-based interface to the metrics that Sysdig captures along with the options ...

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