We can build it exactly the way we want it. Which is just not possible on other platforms.
Cybersecurity team senior manager
Context is king for device data, and Fleet provides a way to surface that information to our other teams and partners.
Systems and infrastructure manager
Automate the management of your fleet of devices with increased visibility and control, improved stability, all while automating configuration deployments using GitOps.More about device management
Monitor vulnerabilities in software packages, operating systems, and browser plugins. Show how quickly CVEs are resolved, and which teams need extra help.More about vulnerability management
Policies make it easy to keep your devices compliant with your organization’s custom rules and common benchmarks like CIS. Quickly report your posture and vulnerabilities to auditors, showing remediation status and timing.More about security compliance
Fleet provides a centralized management interface for osquery to deploy, update, and manage osquery agents across a thousand or one hundred thousand devices.More about osquery management
Fleet is lightweight and modular. Use it for security without MDM, and vice versa. You can turn off features you are not using.
Ready-to-use, enterprise-friendly integrations exist for Snowflake, Splunk, GitHub Actions, Vanta, Elastic, Jira, Zendesk, and more.
Fleet plays nicely with Munki, Chef, Puppet, and Ansible, as well as with security tools like Crowdstrike and SentinelOne.
...but it’s ok if you have others. Fleet coexists peacefully with Rapid7 and other agent-based vulnerability scanners.
Fleet is dedicated to flexibility, accessibility, and clarity. We think everyone can contribute and that tools should be as easy as possible for everyone to understand.
Fleet champions a user-first transparency model with its open-source software, allowing users to see what's being monitored and how. Read more on Fleet’s transparency page.
The Fleet community is full of kind and helpful people. Whether or not you are a paying customer, if you need help, just ask.
Contributions are welcome, whether you answer questions on Slack / GitHub / StackOverflow / LinkedIn / Twitter, improve the documentation or website, write a tutorial, give a talk at a conference or local meetup, give an interview on a podcast, troubleshoot reported issues, or submit a patch.
Check out the table reference documentation to see what kind of data you can use Fleet to gather.