Difficulty: Beginner
Estimated Time: 5 minutes

Summary

In this short tutorial, learn how to build your first SaltStack SecOps policy. We'll cover everything you need to know to build a new policy and modify it to your needs.

Environment

In the background already set up for you is the following Salt Master and Salt Minions. We'll be using these machines throughout this tutorial.

Hostname Operating System Salt Role Salt Version
saltmaster CentOS 7 Master/Minion 2018.3.4
minion1 CentOS 7 Minion 2018.3.4
minion2 CentOS 7 Minion 2018.3.4
minion3 CentOS 7 Minion 2018.3.4

You now should have the foundational knowledge to create a SecOps policy witin SaltStack Enterprise and then how to modify that policy to fit your unique operational needs.

In this tutorial, you learned how to create and modify a SecOps policy.

Click on Next Scenario below to continue your SSE journey to learn more!

Creating Your First Security Policy

Step 1 of 3

Logging In

The first task is logging into SaltStack Enterprise (SSE). We've already built out a simple environment for you to kick the tires in.

The environment you will be using has a standard installation of SSE and also has the SaltStack SecOps add-on licensed and available.

Near the middle of the screen, you will see two tabs; Terminal and Dashboard. You're probably on the Terminal tab now. Click on the Dashboard tab to bring up the SSE login page.

If you've just started the tutorial, you will see a temporary status page that says Connecting to Port 80. If so, wait 30-60 seconds for SSE to be fully-provisioned.

When the login page is displayed, input a username of root and a password of salt.

Once logged in, click Continue below to learn how to build a SecOps policy.