Hi <@USPFZ93C0>, they are effectively two totally ...
# kolide
Hi @Frank Louwers, they are effectively two totally different products. There is a common misconception that K2 is simply a hosted version of Kolide Fleet but other than their mutual utilization of Launcher (https://github.com/kolide/launcher) and osquery they have little to no overlap in code. K2 was a rewrite from the ground up, built around the desire to provide a User Focused Security platform. This meant providing an avenue to notify and educate end-users on security best practices. K2 still retains the core functionality of Fleet with access to osquery power-user tools such as: • Live Query • Query Packs • Decorators • Configurable Osquery Options • Configurable Log Output It seeks to improve upon each of those features and further refine their experiences (for example Live Query reports errors of malformed or incomplete queries per device). The expansion of features include: • Automatic Device to User Assignment (across all 3 platforms) • Integration with G Suite / Slack • Built-in notification functionality (including reaching out to end users with self-fix instructions) • Persistently browsable and enriched data via a feature we call Inventory (eg. What chrome extensions are installed across my environment? Without having to run a Live Query or rebuild log output) • Prebuilt packages that automatically enroll into the environment • Automatic Slack-based onboarding (Helpful for organizations that do not have a software distribution method) • Dedicated Support • Audit Logging • A dedicated Privacy Center, which allows end-users to see what data from their device is being collected by the osquery agent, and who in their organization has access to that data If you have run Fleet already, the easiest way to see the differences, is by signing up for a trial and enrolling a small test suite of devices in K2. We don't require any payment method up front, so you can noodle around for 30 days to get a better idea of which is a better fit for your environment. https://k2.kolide.com/signup
Hi Fritz, thanks for the info. So does k2 have everything fleet has? Can I define custom Packs in k2?
Yes you can
@Frank Louwers yes, you can still define Custom Packs in K2:
You can upload existing packs JSON or manually configure packs via the K2 GUI