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Better Ways to Manage Seismic Data

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Thursday, November 27, 2014

Video Presentation


Supercharging Seismic using Scale-Out Petrotechnical Computing
David Holmes
EMC


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Talk Description
Many companies now have seismic libraries with a book value running into billions of dollars. But budgets for managing these libraries are a tiny fraction of the cost of generating this data. Organisations often use a diverse range of fragmented and non-integrated systems to manage all of the different artifacts generated within the seismic data lifecycle. But business users are demanding dramatic reductions in the time to complete traditional data management and processing workflows. At the same time, the volume and variety of seismic data types continues to explode. In this presentation we will look at some of the new holistic techniques that are available to transform the management and processing of seismic data. In particular we will examine the role of scale-out technology and big data analytical technologies in reducing cost, improving user’s seismic experience and ensuring that appropriate levels of governance and protection are applied.

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