Just thinking this through some more, I suppose my initial interest in XML to SQL, rather than wanting to go from XML to an application (like Foreman) was so that I could keep the data in a form which is easy for any language to integrate with and most platforms to access. This is another reason I love that you guys output to XML - it's easy to build on that because it's so widely adapted and accessible.
I'm coming from a perspective where we are using multiple tools to collect data on our systems (not just security related data). Many of these systems store their data in a format which is not as easy to access as XML or SQL - which then makes it challenging to bring all the data together to present the entire picture. I don't expect (or even want) to find one application which handles all of this data. I selfishly want to be able to grab the data I want and then do what I want with it. pulling data together from XML, Whisper, JSON, Elasticsearch, Mongo, etc make this hard. All of this is to say maybe a first step would be to write some XSLT files for MariaDB and Postgre and then see where that goes? someone could use that to then start an API, etc. I also did want to mention the really great work the people at Wazuh have done in adding Open-Scap data to their OSSEC fork which then outputs data into elasticsearch / Kibana dashboards really nicely. I will continue to use their product gratefully, but as I say - I'm looking for data which I can query without having to master Lucene to get data out of Elasticsearch. http://wazuh.com https://documentation.wazuh.com/current/user-manual/capabilities/policy-monitoring/openscap/index.html --------------- Luke Salsich On Thu, Feb 1, 2018 at 1:20 PM, Fen Labalme <fen.laba...@civicactions.com> wrote: > I like where this is going as I have similar needs/issues. I currently do > the same as Paul Arnold ("an oscap cron with "brief" results going to > centralized syslog") and give a big "+1" for open systems. > > I like https://osquery.io/ (open source at: https://github.com/facebook/ > osquery) > > Also consider InSpec (https://github.com/chef/inspec) - though created > by/for Chef, it's entirely self-contained. OpenSCAP integrating with > either/both of these would be awesome. > > (Both are Apache 2.0 licensed.) > > =Fen > > > On Thu, Feb 1, 2018 at 11:41 AM, Shawn Wells <sh...@redhat.com> wrote: > >> Imagine something like https://osquery.io/, except with enriched >> compliance data. >> > > > _______________________________________________ > Open-scap-list mailing list > Openfirstname.lastname@example.org > https://www.redhat.com/mailman/listinfo/open-scap-list >
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