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In a presentation, I saw a command line tool mentioned that is able to record the running services (and the listening ports opened by them) as a baseline and later check against that baseline and report deviations.

Unfortunately, I don't remember the name of the tool, just, that it was written in Go (IIRC). Somehow I seem to use the wrong search terms and thus can't find it via a google search.

What is the name of this tool?

  • We've so far established that it's not Grafana or Prometheus. – Jeff Schaller Dec 31 '18 at 17:04
  • @JeffSchaller, I found it, it's goss! – maxschlepzig Jan 1 at 16:37
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The name of the tool is goss!

From its README:

What is Goss?

Goss is a YAML based serverspec alternative tool for validating a server’s configuration. It eases the process of writing tests by allowing the user to generate tests from the current system state. Once the test suite is written they can be executed, waited-on, or served as a health endpoint.

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