Helix TeamHub On-Premises is the private installation of Helix TeamHub running on the infrastructure of the organization, behind the firewall. The overview section of this guide provides information about the operating environment of Helix TeamHub, the architecture, release process, and other important background information.
Helix TeamHub is composed of a number of popular open source components (see Technology stack). Helix TeamHub is provided as a comprehensive solution for hosting and managing enterprise software. Helix TeamHub is provided as a native package, including .rpm and .deb, and can be installed on one of the supported 64-bit architecture Linux platforms.
Most of the Helix TeamHub services are running as local hth user account, except services that require binding to privileged ports. Therefore full sudo rights are required.
Additionally, Helix TeamHub provides a special Admin account, which is used to administer Helix TeamHub from the UI. Administrator privileges allows a user to maintain the Helix TeamHub installation.