Red Hat, SAP execs talk solutions for managing the information explosions in oil and gas

There’s big data, the continual onslaught of new technologies, and the anticipated rise of the Internet of Things (IoT). How can oil and gas companies manage the resulting information explosion? Find out in our on-demand webcast, in which Red Hat and SAP execs offer insights and solutions for managing all that information so companies can extract more value from operational data, drive bottom-line efficiencies and boost top-line growth.

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The global big data market in the oil and gas sector is expected to grow at a compounded annual growth rate of 56.45 percent between 2013 and 2018, according to a recent report by TechNavio. This data growth, coupled with the drop in oil prices over the past year, creates a real need for businesses to ensure performance of core business applications and achieve data-driven insights quickly and reliably, while diligently managing costs, staffing and investments.

Red Hat Enterprise Linux for SAP HANA includes SAP’s in-memory database management system delivering standardization across all workloads and faster innovation by bridging existing and evolving IT technologies, as well as the reliability, scalability and performance of Red Hat Enterprise Linux.

If you’re looking to manage the influx of big data coming into your organization, listen to our on-demand webcast featuring Thomas Cameron, managing solutions architect with Red Hat and SAP’s Venkata Giduthuri, senior director of SAP Platform Solutions, SAP HANA.

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