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Predictive Modeling in the Cloud

February 20, 2018
The recorded webinar will be available at 9:00 AM CT.
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Presented by:  
Indy Chakrabarti, Senior Vice President of Product Management and Strategy
Emmanuel Gringarten, Senior Director of Product Management for Interpretation, Modeling, Reservoir Engineering and Data Management
Duration:  20:45

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Abstract

Every downturn forces the industry to make technological step changes in order to become more productive; for example, workstation computing in the 80s and personal computing in the 90s.  Today, it’s cloud computing.  In turn, these new computing platforms unlock new scientific advancements.  2D visualization becomes 3D.  Data volumes became exponentially larger.  In our era, the cloud unlocks machine learning and online collaboration,  as we enter the Age of Big Data.

Paradigm provides customers with cloud solutions that match what they are ready to adopt today.  Our Hybrid Clouds run some software locally while other components are remote.  Paradigm Managed Clouds are available for customers who would like Paradigm to manage it all.  Cloud Native Applications that were custom written on the cloud are also available.  This presentation outlines and demonstrates some of the capabilities, and lays out the options that best fit your organizational needs.


Biographies

Indy_sm.jpgIndy Chakrabarti is Senior Vice President of Product Management and Strategy at Paradigm, responsible for product definition, strategy, and mergers & acquisitions. Mr. Chakrabarti has more than 15 years of experience in product strategy, corporate marketing, and product management. He holds a BS in Electrical and Computer Engineering from Rice University in Houston, Texas, and an MS in Engineering Logistics from Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) in Cambridge, Massachusetts. 

Emmanuel-Gringarten_sm.jpgEmmanuel Gringarten is Senior Director of Product Management for Interpretation, Modeling, Reservoir Engineering and Data Management at Paradigm.  He holds a BSc in Mathematics from Imperial College, UK, and a Masters and PhD in Petroleum Engineering from Stanford University.