Tech giant IBM and Schlumberger recently made an announcement that they are all set to release the industry’s first-ever commercial hybrid cloud EDMS for the OSDU Data Platform. The latest offering is aimed at helping customers to have access to the solution from almost anywhere, including locations where there are stringent data regulations and residency requirements in place. The new collaboration will work to reduce the time taken for analysis and propel the decision-making process while all the workflow data is in one place. Energy operators will have better interoperability from this solution, and data will become more accessible for exploration and easy sharing within the teams.
This solution was designed in such a way that data transfers can happen instantly, and it will reduce the costs while helping the customers make better decisions. The collaboration is being built on the work shared between IBM and Schlumberger to make use of the Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform for easy deployment in all regions across the globe. The solution is expected to be given by Schlumberger, and all the managed services and transition tasks will be provided jointly by IBM Services and Schlumberger. The company is one of the partners in the IBM ecosystem, and many advancements have been in customer engagement made since the announcement of the partnership.