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 previewstartup experience
- Updating to 3.5.0
For the complete summary of changes check out the release notes on GitHub.
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.
In an effort to simplify the navigation we’ve brought all navigation links out in the open. Click on the Account link, which has been moved to the bottom of the navigation, to edit your account information, edit your login credentials, and view your API token.
If you ever find yourself lost (we hope not), you’ll be greeted by some of the tantalizing new illustration work by Michael Thomas.
Improvements to the fleetctl preview startup experience
In the prior 3.4.0 release, we introduced the
fleetctl preview command which allows you to start a local test instance of the Fleet server with Docker.
In 3.5.0, we’ve added new messaging to appear while you wait for the instance to start and we’ve reduced the waiting time.
fleetctl preview command, a user can download and start a collection of resources useful for setting up a test environment with osquery, Fleet, and an ELK stack. Check out github.com/fleetdm/osquery-in-a-box for more details.
Visit our Updating Fleet guide for instructions on how to update.