This is the section where the subnet information used in the data center is identified. This information allows for identifying the entire inventory of the server. The subnets are scanned by the discovery service. To add a subnet, enter the IP address and CIDR (classless inter domain routing) information in the portal interface. Once this information is entered, the scan is automatically performed by the Helios-Platform Discovery Service

helios platform discovery


  • Detecting the device connected to the server operating system by scanning the IP address of the subnets.

  • Detecting the devices without an installed agent.

  • Inventory detection independent of the platform (virtual/physical) where it runs.

  • Detecting open port information on the server.


The discovered servers are displayed in the Helios-Platform portal. Entering the ownership information of the servers and the information required to categorize the servers (criticality/location, etc.) provides convenience in mapping and reporting.

helios platform monitoring


Monitoring is conducted by installing the agent.

Click here Agent Installation for more information.

You can easily access information in the server details;

  • Displays detailed information on the server, such as web server or database, its version, operating systems, etc.

  • Server application map: Schematic representation of open ports on the server, applications installed on those ports, and other servers connected to those applications.

  • Displays features of other connected servers and details depending on the direction of connection at IP level.

  • Time-filtered graphical representation of information, according to traffic direction (inbound/outbound).

  • Time-based display of the service information chart running on the server.

  • Hardware information of the server; detection of disk-fullness rate-memory/RAM information.

  • Views the last 3 logins to the server.

  • Identifies the ports that do not pass traffic by presenting information on the ports that are connected/not connected to the server.


On the Helios platform, a visual graph displays the servers discovered, the applications on the servers, and the ports over which these applications communicate with each other. The operating system of the servers is also displayed as passable in the chart.

In the Helios-Platform Application Map, you can select the servers only that you want to view.

helios platform mapping

The criteria to be used for that selection can be created with:

  • Server Ownership.

  • Server group (site-based, criticality status, etc. can be created.)

  • Connection direction.

  • IP address/Hostname filter.

helios platform mapping


Depending on the criticality of the servers, certain threshold values ​​are selected for the server and an alarm notification mechanism is established. Thus, you will be informed before any problems occur on servers that reach certain threshold values.

helios platform alert

The metrics used to create alarms specific to the server;

  • Lag times between servers.

  • Total connection times.

  • Sizes of data incoming and outgoing to/from the server.


Threshold values are determined using these criteria and a warning is sent to the designated email addresses.

This allows you to take proactive action before any problems occur in your systems.


In Helios-Platform, various reports specific to the needs can be created for the visible information on the portal.

helios platform reports

Report types;

  • Customizable reports (reports customized according to server ownership, server location, criticality, etc.)

  • Server inventory report.

  • Open port info report with/without active traffic.

  • Web servers/database servers report.

  • Disk reports (information about the size of the server used/its space).

  • User/alarm/service log reports.


eBPF (extended Berkeley Packet Filter); is the technology used for viewing and analysing network traffic and tracking the system performance. With the EBPF integration into Helios-Platform, traffic analyses of the discovered servers are carried out and a proactive approach is adopted to the problems.


It can be used on eBPF’s Linux Kernel 4.2 or Windows Server 2019 and higher operating systems. It can be used on eBPF Kernel Space for networking, debugging, tracing, firewall and more.

helios platform eBPF

eBPF usage areas;

  • Security.

  • Network operations.

  • Monitoring and profiling.

  • Observability.