Fleet 3.10.0 released with agent auto-updates beta

Noah Talerman
Mar 31 · 2 min read

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

We’ve also released the beta for Orbit, Fleet’s lightweight osquery runtime and auto-updater. By default, Orbit uses the public Fleet update repository to manage auto-updates.

Identity Provider-Initiated Single Sign-On

Please make sure to understand the risks before enabling IdP-initiated SSO. Auth0 provides a great explanation of the risks and considerations of configuring IdP-initiated SSO.

Improved server logging

Upgrading to Fleet 3.10.0

Fleet Device Management

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