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Choose the right plan for where your organization is at today.

Core

FREE

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Basic

$4

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(USD, billed anually at $48)

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SUPPORT

Fleet Core

Fleet Basic

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Public issue tracker (GitHub)

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Community Slack channel

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Unlimited email support (confidential)

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Phone and video call support

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Dedicated Slack channel

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INVENTORY MANAGEMENT

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Secure REST API

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Command line tool (CLI)

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Realtime device inventory dashboard

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Browse installed software packages

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Search devices by IP, serial, hostname, UUID

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Target and configure specific groups of devices†

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Aggregate insights for groups of devices†

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COLLABORATION

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Shareable device health reports

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Versionable queries and config (GitOps)

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Human-to-device mapping*†

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Scope transparency*

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Multiple teams

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SECURITY AND COMPLIANCE

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Single sign on (SSO, SAML)

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Audit queries and user activities*

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Grant API-only access†

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Role-based access control

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MONITORING

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Schedule and automate custom queries

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Detect vulnerable software*†

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Query performance monitoring*

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Standard query library†

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Detect and surface issues with devices*†

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Self-remediation*†

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DATA OUTPUTS

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Flexible log destinations (AWS Kinesis, Lambda, GCP)

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StreamAlert integration*†

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File carving (AWS S3)

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DEPLOYMENT

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Self-managed (host Fleet in your own environment)

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Deployment tools (Helm, Terraform)

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Configure osquery startup flags on the fly*

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Autoupdate osquery agents†

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Self-hosted autoupdate registry†

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Mass deploy custom osquery extensions*

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Autoupdate custom osquery extensions*

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FAQ

Is Fleet MIT licensed?

We have different licenses for portions of our software which are noted in the LICENSE file in our docs. The majority of Fleet is MIT licensed. Paid features require a license key.

What is your commitment to open source stewardship?

  1. When a feature is free and open source we won't move that feature to a paid tier. Features might be removed from the open source codebase in other cases, for example when combining features from multiple tiers into one new feature.
  2. The majority of new capabilities added to Fleet will benefit all users, not just customers.
  3. We won't introduce features into the open source codebase with a fixed delay; if a feature is planned to land in both it will be released simultaneously in both.
  4. We will always release and open source all tests that we have for any open source feature.
  5. The free version of Fleet is enterprise ready.
  6. The open source codebase will not contain any artificial limits on the number of hosts, users, size, or performance.
  7. The majority of new features contributed by Fleet Device Management Inc will be open source.
  8. The product will be available for download without leaving an email address or logging in.
  9. We will always allow you to benchmark the performance of Fleet.

What if we choose not to renew?

If you opt not to renew Fleet Basic, you can continue using Fleet Core (same code base, just unconfigure the license key.)

Can we buy a licence to access premium features with reduced support for a reduced cost?

We aren’t able to sell licenses and support separately.

Do you offer pricing for ephemeral hosts which may scale up or down?

For now, the number of hosts is the maximum cap of distinct agents enrolled at any given time.

When run locally, what resources does the Fleet app typically consume on an individual instance, and when run in HA, at high volume? And how is latency on an individual instance vs clustered deployment?

Like any modern application, Fleet scales horizontally. The biggest potential bottleneck for Fleet is the number of hosts being monitored, so that's where we've devoted the most attention when testing. The largest number of hosts we've had a customer ask about was 350,000, for all of the production servers and employee laptops of a publicly traded company.

Where's the data stored?

Since Fleet is self-managed, some metadata is stored wherever it is deployed (e.g. Amazon, Azure, Google, their own data center, hybrid cloud, anything). That's done using a MySQL database, but the bulk of the data is not stored there — instead, it flows directly into a tool like Splunk or ElasticSearch. You can send that information to any of Fleet's supported log destinations.

"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

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