osquery@scale 2022

pioneering stories from the osquery community

September 14-15, 2022


“I got a really good sense of the energy and focus of the osquery community. The talks demystified a lot of corners of osquery and what people are doing with it today.”

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Past Sessions

Matthew Kemelhar and  Russ Nolen, Stripe
"Actioning the osquery API at Scale"
Erin Palmer and Abubakar Yousafzai, Comcast
"Linux Efficacy @Scale"
Grant Kahn, Lookout
"How osquery's comprehensive visibility enables customer assurance and risk management at Lookout
Ryan Nolette, Postman
"I'm not crying, you're crying: Making incident response in the cloud less painful with osquery"

About osquery@scale

The osquery@scale conference is hosted by Uptycs with the goal of connecting osquery users with their osquery-curious peers.


Attendees get in-depth content from a top-notch group of speakers from the osquery community.


We're busy planning the next edition of osquery@scale. In the meantime, please check out some of the excellent sessions from our past events.

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