Keep track of servers and containers wherever they live: on your own hardware, in Amazon/Azure/Google clouds, or a little bit of each. Write scripts with fleetctl and design scheduled queries to integrate alerts and dashboards across your enterprise.
Fleet makes it easier to query and track your servers, containers, and laptops. It extends osquery to answer questions about multiple devices at the same time and provides log streams that enable automated threat detection. You can run it on your own hardware or deploy it in any cloud.
Organizations large and small use osquery with Fleet every day to stay secure and compliant. That’s good news, since it means there are lots of other developers and security practitioners talking about Fleet, dreaming up features, and contributing patches. Let’s stop reinventing the wheel and build the future of device management together.Meet the Fleet community
Query everything, or specific groups of devices
Capture files and forensic records with file carving
Enterprise single sign-on (SSO) with SAML
Deploy, manage, and configure osquery at scale
Run the Fleet control server on any infrastructure
Open source license (MIT)
I've been using Fleet to manage thousands of hosts running osquery. Fleet itself is pretty low-maintenance; mostly I don't have to worry about Fleet uptime and instead focus on what matters: deploying osquery, developing better queries, and getting the most out of osquery logs.
- Brendan Shaklovitz, Senior Site Reliability Engineer, Security Team @ Atlassian
Having used Fleet in production since it was first released, it is my top choice for osquery agent management - clean & functional UI, performant, and open source.
- Josh Brower, Senior Engineer @ Security Onion - Author of learnosquery.com
Fleet is hands down the best osquery platform out there. Zach and I created Fleet as a natural extension to our original vision for osquery and this has manifested in the ease-of-use, flexibility, and adoption it has today. Look to Fleet for the future of open-source endpoint monitoring.
- Mike Arpaia, Co-creator of osquery