Welcome to the SIMP documentation!¶
This is the documentation for the 0.0-NEED_FULL_SIMP_BUILD_TREE release of SIMP, which is compatible with the UNKNOWN.MAPPING release of CentOS and Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL). This guide will walk a user through the process of installing and managing a SIMP system. It also provides a mapping of security features to security requirements, which can be used to document a system’s security conformance.
The System Integrity Management Platform (SIMP) is a framework designed around the concept that individuals and organizations should not need to repeat the work of automating the basic components of their operating system infrastructure.
Expanding upon this philosophy, SIMP also aims to take care of routine policy compliance to include NIST 800-53, FIPS 140-2, the DISA STIG, and the SCAP Security Guides.
By using the Puppet automation stack, SIMP is working toward the concept of a self-healing infrastructure that, when used with a consistent configuration management process, will allow users to have confidence that their systems not only start in compliance but remain in compliance over time.
Finally, SIMP has a goal of remaining flexible enough to properly maintain your operational infrastructure. To this end, where possible, the SIMP components are written to allow all security-related capabilities to be easily adjusted to meet the needs of individual applications.
- Installation Guide
- User Guide
- Security Concept of Operations
- Security Control Mapping
- Glossary of Terms