What is Fleet Device Management?
It is the most widely used open source osquery manager. Deploying osquery with Fleet enables programmable live queries, streaming logs, and effective management of osquery across 100,000+ servers, containers, and laptops. It's especially useful for talking to multiple devices at the same time.
Fleet Device Management is a tool in the Device Management category of a tech stack.
Fleet Device Management is an open source tool with 1.1K GitHub stars and 212 GitHub forks. Here’s a link to Fleet Device Management's open source repository on GitHub
Who uses Fleet Device Management?
Fleet Device Management Integrations
Amazon S3, AWS Lambda, Splunk, Amazon Kinesis, and Graylog are some of the popular tools that integrate with Fleet Device Management. Here's a list of all 6 tools that integrate with Fleet Device Management.
Fleet Device Management's Features
- Performance information for live queries
- NPM installer
- AWS Lambda logging plugin
- Global and team scheduling of queries
- Software Inventory management
- Verify device compliance and organizational policies
- Ability to scale and deploy osquery across 150,000+ devices
- Share with any team
- Self-hosted and self-managed
- Public issue tracker (GitHub)
- Community Slack channel
- Secure REST API
- Command line tool (CLI)
- Realtime device inventory dashboard
- Detect and surface issues with devices
- Flexible log destinations (AWS Kinesis, Lambda, GCP)
- File carving (AWS S3)
Fleet Device Management Alternatives & Comparisons
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