SIMP Console 1.3.0 Available

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Brandon Riden

Hanover, MD, 17 April 2020


Onyx Point is proud to announce the release of SIMP Console 1.3.0.

Key Updates

SIMP Console

  • Added scan triggering
  • Improved upgrade stability
  • Removed the requirement for system-installed Ruby
  • Improved stability of backend features
  • Increased the database integrity via Foreign Keys and Triggers
  • Refactored front-end to utilize JavaScript Promises
  • Added ability to schedule scans

Permissions

SIMP Scanner

  • Created secure communication between the Scanner and Console via login tokens
  • Provided new content downloader to scan content for each supported platform (CIS/STIG)
  • Added full CIS Scanning support (Note: CIS-CAT needs to be preinstalled and preconfigured)
  • Added ability to save SIMP Scanner logs and XML reports
  • Adapted SIMP Scanner to be run as a daemon to accept Scan-Now/Scheduled scans

SIMP Console Documentation

The latest revision of all SIMP Console documentation will be found here.

To install SIMP Console, you need to have a valid SIMP Enterprise license. Contact Us today!


Want to learn more about SIMP? Download our whitepaper! or request a free trial of Enterprise or Lite Editions.

Brandon is the SIMP Release Engineer at Onyx Point, Inc. He currently manages the build and release infrastructure for Enterprise and Community Editions, as well as maintaining the forward facing download infrastructure.

At Onyx Point, our engineers focus on Security, System Administration, Automation, Dataflow, and DevOps consulting for government and commercial clients. We offer professional services for Puppet, RedHat, SIMP, NiFi, GitLab, and the other solutions in place that keep your systems running securely and efficiently. We offer Open Source Software support and Engineering and Consulting services through GSA IT Schedule 70. As Open Source contributors and advocates, we encourage the use of FOSS products in Government as part of an overarching IT Efficiencies plan to reduce ongoing IT expenditures attributed to software licensing. Our support and contributions to Open Source, are just one of our many guiding principles

  • Customer First.
  • Security in All We Do.
  • Pursue Innovation with Integrity.
  • Communicate Openly and Respectfully.
  • Offer Your Talents, and Appreciate the Talents of Others

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