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Blue team infra definitely warrants its own post, but in short, we have a telecommunications lab on campus with a few old servers and it is 100% student-run (and student-funded). We got a free vSphere license from the school, so the servers all run ESXi. We managed to squeeze about 50 VM's out of them.
Each blue team had 3-4 people and 2 Windows + 2 Linux boxes to secure. Each box had multiple services running that were scored with a custom scoring engine. You can think of it as a regular uptime poller, trying to hit a web server or an FTP server every other minute to see if it's up. That's how the competition was scored.
Finally, we provided access to the machines using Apache Guacamole. Students would just go to our website, log in with the given credentials and access their machines in the browser.
Here's a screenshot of the scoring engine frontend.
And here's a screenshot about Guac access.
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