Fleet settings in Kibanaedit

In Elastic Cloud, Fleet flags are already configured.

You can configure xpack.fleet settings in your kibana.yml. By default, Fleet is enabled. To use Fleet, you also need to configure Kibana and Elasticsearch hosts.

See the Fleet docs for more information.

General Fleet settingsedit

xpack.fleet.enabled logo cloud

Set to true (default) to enable Fleet.

xpack.fleet.agents.enabled logo cloud

Set to true (default) to enable Fleet.

Elastic Package Manager settingsedit

xpack.fleet.registryUrl

The address to use to reach the Elastic Package Manager registry.

xpack.fleet.registryProxyUrl

The proxy address to use to reach the Elastic Package Manager registry.

Fleet settingsedit

xpack.fleet.agents.fleet_server.hosts

Hostnames used by Elastic Agent for accessing Fleet Server.

xpack.fleet.agents.elasticsearch.hosts

Hostnames used by Elastic Agent for accessing Elasticsearch.

xpack.fleet.agents.elasticsearch.ca_sha256

Hash pin used for certificate verification. The pin is a base64-encoded string of the SHA-256 fingerprint.

Preconfiguration settings (for advanced use cases)edit

Use these settings to pre-define integrations and agent policies that you want Fleet to load up by default.

xpack.fleet.packages

List of integrations that are installed when the Fleet app starts up for the first time. Required properties are:

name
Name of the integration from the package registry.
version
Either an exact semantic version, or the keyword latest to fetch the latest integration version.

xpack.fleet.agentPolicies

List of agent policies that are configured when the Fleet app starts. Required properties are:

id
Unique ID for this policy. The ID may be a number or string.
name
Policy name.

Optional properties are:

description
Text description of this policy.
namespace
String identifying this policy’s namespace.
monitoring_enabled
List of keywords that specify the monitoring data to collect. Valid values include ['logs'], ['metrics'], and ['logs', 'metrics'].
is_managed
If true, this policy is editable by the user and can only be changed by updating the Kibana config.
is_default
If true, this policy is the default agent policy.
is_default_fleet_server
If true, this policy is the default Fleet Server agent policy.
package_policies

List of integration policies to add to this policy.

name
(required) Name of the integration policy.
package

(required) Integration that this policy configures

name
Name of the integration associated with this policy.
description
Text string describing this integration policy.
namespace
String identifying this policy’s namespace.
inputs
Array that overrides any default input settings for this integration. Follows the same schema as integration inputs, with the exception that any object in vars can be passed frozen: true in order to prevent that specific var from being edited by the user.

Example configuration:

xpack.fleet.packages:
  - name: apache
    version: 0.5.0

xpack.fleet.agentPolicies:
  - name: Preconfigured Policy
    id: 1
    namespace: test
    package_policies:
      - package:
          name: system
        name: System Integration
        inputs:
          - type: system/metrics
            enabled: true
            vars:
              - name: system.hostfs
                value: home/test
            streams:
              - data_stream:
                  dataset: system.core
                enabled: true
                vars:
                  - name: period
                    value: 20s
          - type: winlog
            enabled: false