Technical Documents and Knowledge Articles
Technical Documents take a deep dive into specific details for setting up and running Helm CONNECT, and provide all the facts and figures you need to know, such as:
- What frameworks Helm CONNECT is built on
- What we use to secure, back up, and recover your data
- What the minimum and recommended software and hardware requirements are
Local Asset Installations
Helm CONNECT gives users the freedom to continue working even when disconnected from shoreside internet by using local asset installations. To learn more about the minimum specifications needed onboard for this, checkout this document.
Helm CONNECT is typically deployed in our Amazon Web Service environment, however, we do give our customers the flexibility to host their Helm CONNECT environment on their own IT infrastructure too. Check out this document to learn more about the minimum specifications needed for this.
The security of your data is of the utmost importance to us. Learn why we chose to host Helm CONNECT on Amazon Web Services to provide the best level of security available, while ensuring you have constant access to your data from anywhere in the world, onboard or onshore.
Read the general overview of the technical architecture of Helm CONNECT, including hosting, integrations, security, and data.
Knowledge Articles provide a general overview of a variety of topics, such as:
- How you can integrate Helm CONNECT with other systems via webhooks or our API
- What the implementation process is like
We designed Helm CONNECT to make it easy for you to integrate with the systems you use daily. Check out this document to learn more about your options.
The Implementation Process
So you’ve just signed your Helm CONNECT contract. What happens next? Check out this document to learn more about your implementation will look like.