Cloud computing has completely transformed the way businesses operate. As a result, it is more important than ever to examine the foundations of modern cloud architectures in order to discover if they are delivering the best results for your business.
Cloud has become a dominant force in the oil and gas industry over the past few years, and with that comes a drastic change for every aspect of systems architecture.
Practitioners must be able to constantly evolve in order to meet the demands of modern technology.
Dr Peter Black's paper examines the key concepts that underpin modern cloud architectures, the opportunities it provides, and illustrates how the distinction between on premises and cloud can be blurred. It will look at the practical impact of container technology, discuss how it enables a microservice world, and look at the real benefits it provides for business applications. Finally, this paper will examine the topic of security.
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EnergySys Limited has been leading transformational change in the upstream oil and gas industry for 20 years. To mark the milestone anniversary, EnergySys will be providing grants of £1,000 to support the Computer, Science and Technology departments in twenty schools. The grants will be made available over the course of the next twelve months.
Twenty years ago, EnergySys was founded with the goal of making oil and gas software fundamentally better.
Since then, we’ve been working with our users to deliver transformational change to the upstream oil and gas industry, but what does this actually look like?