Programming language: Go
License: MIT/Fleet EE License

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Fleet is the lightweight, open source telemetry platform for servers and workstations. Deploy osquery with Fleet to get comprehensive, customizable data from all your devices and operating systems – without the downtime risk.

Try Fleet

With Node.js and Docker installed:

# Install the Fleet command-line tool
sudo npm install -g fleetctl
# Run a local demo of the Fleet server
sudo fleetctl preview

Windows users can omit sudo, and should run the command in Cmd/PowerShell as administrators.

The Fleet UI is now available at http://localhost:1337.

Now what?

Check out the [Ask questions about your devices tutorial](./docs/Using-Fleet/Learn-how-to-use-Fleet.md#how-to-ask-questions-about-your-devices) to learn where to see your devices in Fleet, how to add Fleet's standard query library, and how to ask questions about your devices by running queries.


Fleet is independently backed and actively maintained with the help of many amazing contributors.

📖 In keeping with our value of openness, Fleet Device Management's company handbook is public and open source. You can read about the history of Fleet and osquery and our commitment to improving the product. To upgrade from Fleet ≤3.2.0, just follow the upgrading steps for the latest release from this repository (it'll work out of the box).


Documentation for Fleet can be found here.

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Contributions are welcome, whether you answer questions on Slack/GitHub/StackOverflow/Twitter, improve the documentation or website, write a tutorial, give a talk, start a local osquery meetup, troubleshoot reported issues, or submit a patch. The Fleet code of conduct is on GitHub.