At Trendyol, we are running thousands of production-grade Kubernetes clusters to make our customers always happy. The challenge that we have to achieve is to track every component, resource, user, and team in a timeline manner. This is where we have to collect audit events from almost everywhere! Kubernetes audit logs can effectively track the changes made to our clusters. By using Falco, we consume the kernel events and enrich those events with information from Kubernetes. Enabling Kubernetes Audit Logs feature allows us to scan audit events that forwarded from Kubernetes. By using Fluent Bit, we collect logs from different sources such as containers and Falco; furthermore, we extend them with filters, and send them to multiple destinations. By using Loki, we build a highly-available log aggregation system. We create and manage all of our alerting rules for the log data. In this session, we try to combine pieces and introduce a brand new Audit Monitoring System!