Most frequently asked questions about Daggy

Which data types I can aggregate with Daggy?

The data types are not limited, because Daggy not analyze data, it aggregate data.
You can set extension in Data Aggregation Snippet, for example, pcap, and analyze it with Wireshark

Can I sniff network traffic with Daggy?

Yes, you can! For example, see next Data Aggregation Snippet

Can Daggy replace Ansible?

Data Aggregation Config looks like ansible playbook with stripped down functionality.
The main goal of Ansible is deploying applications.
The main goal of Daggy is Data Aggregation.
Therefore Daggy provides simple way for simultaneous run multiple commands on multiple servers with runtime commands output streaming into separate files.

Can Daggy replace logstash?

Yes, you can aggregate logs from your network with Daggy.
Just, use Data Aggregation Snippet like this
In contrast of Logstash, the solution based on Daggy will be serverless.

How Daggy does compare with other ssh multiplexers, like sslh, taktuk and others?

1. Daggy can run commands on localhost without ssh
2. Daggy can run different sets of commands on different sets servers (taktuk, for example, can run only one command on set of servers)
3. Daggy has human readable config
4. Daggy streams output of commands to your local folder at runtime by default - separate file for each command.
5. Daggy is crossplatform. It means, that one data sources config can be run from multiple types of hosts (Windows, MacOS, Linux).