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Unleash Seismic Data in the Cloud to Reduce Time-to-Oil

Oil and gas operators and service providers working in the seismic interpretation lifecycle have long been hampered by inefficient file storage systems that isolate large data files in silos, inhibit collaboration by geoscientists in different regional offices, and rely on storage media that can deteriorate over time. Fortunately, Nasuni's cloud-based file storage architecture featuring data caching on edge appliances is revolutionizing the seismic interpretation process for oil and gas companies, allowing for centralized management of seismic data and anywhere, anytime access to even the largest seismic data files by geoscientists and other SMEs around the world.

Download this complimentary white paper to learn how Nasuni cloud file-services platform:

  • Minimizes the seismic interpretation lifecycle and reduces time-to-oil by centralizing file storage and data management 
  • Mimics enterprise NAS features, including integrated QoS, cache pinning, audit, migration, SNMP alerting, antivirus, and other enterprise-class NAS features
  • Scales without limits to accommodate data files of any size and provide fast local access to cached files
  • Provides continuous file versioning to deliver up-to-the-minute RPO while eliminating the cost and complexity of backup
  • Simultaneously connect to multiple clouds to meet data security and residency requirements
  • Reduces the risk of downtime following an outage/disaster and enable granular RTO/RPO
  • Improves global workforce productivity with automated creative file workflows

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