Attack detection is an important focus in microservice environments like Lyft’s, where expected host behavior can vary across server fleets. Capsule8’s architecture and detection
capabilities are impressive and align perfectly with the need for a low-overhead, real-time alerting solution which evolves as attackers do.
—JAMES ADDISON, LYFT
See How Capsule8 Works
Learn how Capsule8 protects Linux production environments with its bare metal, virtual machine and container security platform.
Capsule8 liberates SecOps from managing a high volume of manual tasks, while being safe for even the busiest workloads, on the busiest networks.
FOR SECURITY TEAMS:
Real-Time Attack Protection for Linux Production
Distributed, streaming analytics combined with high-fidelity data detects and responds to attacks the instant they’re attempted.
Detection Force Multiplier
Continuous updates by a team of security experts ensures you’re covered for the latest zero-day attacks.
Low Volume, High Value Data
Relevant, contextual information makes it easy to perform investigations that determine why alerts fire, and what happens after an attack lands.
Strategically (and automatically) kill attacker connections, restart workloads, or immediately alert an investigator upon initial detection.
FOR OPS TEAMS:
No Kernel Module Needed
Capsule8 runs outside the operating system’s kernel and collects kernel-level data without the need of a kernel module.
A resource limiter enforces hard limits to system CPU, disk and memory, with an intelligent load-shedding strategy.
A distributed approach to analytics pushes computation as close to the data as possible.
A single static Go binary is easy to install and to update through standard orchestration mechanisms. And it works on-premise, in the cloud, or in a hybrid environment.
Safe for Ops
Performs across even the most demanding and complex Linux production environments.