Fleet 3.13 is now available on GitHub and Docker Hub! 3.13 introduces improved performance of the additional queries feature, improvements to the fleetctl preview experience, and more.

For the complete summary of changes and release binaries check out the release notes on GitHub.

Improved performance of the additional queries feature

The additional queries feature in Fleet allows you to add host data to the response payload of the /hosts Fleet API endpoint. This feature is helpful when you want to grab specific host information straight from the Fleet API instead of your logging destination.


Fleet 3.12 is now available! 3.12 offers enhanced host vitals to see which queries are run on which devices, the ability to “refetch” host vitals to get authoritative answers about your devices on-demand, and several awesome contributions from the Fleet community.

For the complete summary of changes and release binaries check out the release notes on GitHub.

Which queries apply to a host


Fleet 3.11.0 is now available and more powerful, with improved performance, support for software inventory, and enhancements to running common queries.

Let’s jump into the highlights:

  • Improved performance
  • Software inventory
  • Running common queries

For the complete summary of changes and release binaries check out the release notes on GitHub.

Improved performance

Fleet is utilized by organizations with up to hundreds of thousands of endpoints. As a result, we’re constantly looking for areas to improve performance. Changes introduced in Fleet 3.11.0 reduce the MySQL CPU usage by ~33%.

These performance improvements are the result of batching the updates of the last time a…


Fleet 3.10.0 is now available and more powerful, with the beta for agent auto-updates to better manage osquery updates on your hosts, Identity Provider-Initiated Single Sign-On for increased login flexibility, and improved server logging.

Let’s jump into the highlights:

  • Agent auto-updates beta
  • Identity Provider-initiated Single Sign-On
  • Improved server logging

For the complete summary of changes and release binaries check out the release notes on GitHub.

Agent auto-updates beta

Updating the osquery version on your hosts helps reveal new capabilities and information from your fleet, but managing updates can be challenging. …


We’re psyched to announce the release of Fleet 3.9.0 which includes a configurable host identifier, fresh upgrades to the UI, and more!

Let’s dig into the highlights:

  • Configurable host identifier
  • Upgrades to the UI

For the complete summary of changes and release binaries check out the release notes on GitHub.

Configurable host identifier

Fleet 3.9.0 focuses on stability and responding to feedback from customers and the osquery community. Recently, several Fleet users encountered a scenario in which hosts using the same identifiers would cause enrollment issues with Fleet.

To help solve this enrollment issue, we’ve introduced a configurable host identifier.

By default, Fleet’s…


We’re excited to announce the release of Fleet 3.8.0 which includes big improvements to the navigation experience on the Hosts page, a new logging plugin for AWS Lambda, and more!

Let’s dig into the highlights:

  • Improvements to the navigation experience on the Hosts page
  • New logging plugin for AWS Lambda

For the complete summary of changes and release binaries check out the release notes on GitHub.

Improvements to navigation experience on the Hosts page

Looking for a specific host in Fleet? Want to easily compare detailed information across a filtered view of hosts? Upgrades to the Fleet UI, which include hosts search and editable columns in the Hosts


When managing multiple Fleet environments, you may want to move queries and/or packs from one environment to the other. Or, when inspired by a set of packs shared by a member of the osquery community, you might want to import these packs into your Fleet instance. To do this, you need to have access to a Unix shell and a basic knowledge of the fleetctl CLI tool.

Below are two example scenarios. For leaner instructions on how to move queries and packs from one Fleet environment to another, check out Fleet’s documentation.

Example scenario 1: Moving queries and packs from one Fleet environment to another

Let’s say you manage your organization’s staging and…


We’re psyched to announce the release of Fleet 3.7.1 which includes a new Host details page, the surfacing of live query errors, a Helm chart, support for the denylist parameter, and more!

Let’s dig into the highlights:

  • Host details page
  • Reveal live query errors
  • A Helm chart
  • Support for the denylist parameter

For the complete summary of changes check out the release notes on GitHub.

Host details page

Want to quickly link a collaborator to a specific machine in Fleet? The brand new Host details page allows you to do exactly this.


We’re excited to announce Fleet 3.6.0, which includes easier first-time setup, more flexible configuration, Amazon S3 integration for file carving, and more!

Let’s jump into the highlights…

  • S3 buckets as file carving storage
  • Build a Docker container with Fleet running as a non-root user
  • Read in the MySQL password and JSON Web Token from a file

For the complete summary of changes check out the release notes on GitHub.

Amazon S3 buckets as file carving storage

Thank you Matteo Piano from Yelp! This awesome contribution adds the ability to set up Amazon S3 at the storage backend for file carving.

Prior to these changes, file carving in…


We just released Fleet 3.5.0 which adds a refreshed UI, improvements to the fleetctl preview startup experience, and more!

Let’s dig into the highlights…

  • Refreshed UI
  • Improvements to the fleetctl preview startup experience
  • Updating to 3.5.0

For the complete summary of changes check out the release notes on GitHub.

Refreshed UI

Fleet 3.5.0 includes a makeover of the user interface which includes new colors, updated fonts, fresh illustrations, and more visual goodies.

Current users will be greeted with the new Hosts page that includes a streamlined list view of your hosts along with a vertically scrollable area for custom labels.

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