scoring engine: Scoring Engine for Red/White/Blue Team Competitions
Scoring Engine for Red/White/Blue Team Competitions
The goal of the ScoringEngine is to keep track of service up time in a blue teams/red team competition.
How does it work?
The general idea of the ScoringEngine is broken up into 3 separate processes, Engine, Worker, and Web.
The engine is responsible for tasking Checks that are used to verify network services each round, and determining/saving their results to the database. This process runs for the entire competition and will sleep for a certain amount of time before starting on to the next round.
The worker connects to Redis and waits for Checks to get tasked in order to run them against. Once it receives a Check, it executes the command and sends the output back to the Engine.
The web application provides a graphical view of the Competition. This includes things like a bar graph of all team’s scores as well as a table of the current round’s results. This can also be used to configure the properties of each service per team.
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