Osokey combine traditional data management functionality with the latest cloud-based technologies to create a map-based catalogue of your entire seismic data repository.
You can select any seismic line from the map and view it instantly. This enables you to make data management decisions based on the data quality, geological setting and location of your data.
From the Stream Index Dashboards, data managers can instantly see a cost & usage summary, QC newly added data, set data restrictions and make informed archiving decisions. SEG-Y data can still be viewed when archived and, if required, can be retrieved from archive within minutes.
Leverage cloud-based technologies to streamline data backup and archiving workflows
Encrypted at rest
Encrypted in transit
Flexible NoSQL database
Add fields as required
SEG-Y file is read automatically
SEG-Y ingested in parallel
Automatically index relevant headers
QC results from admin. dashboards
SEG-Y is positioned geographically
QC within web browser
Locate data on web map
View seismic data
Manage data archive and retrieval
Osokey's architecture separates our code from your data. This keeps you in control whether you are managing the customer cloud account or Osokey is managing the customer cloud account on your behalf.
Osokey Cloud Account
Secure & scaleable event-driven Architecture
Separation of Osokey code from customer data
Data encrypted in transit (TLSv1+)
Only authenticated requests are permitted
Customer Cloud Account
At least one backup of data
Data encrypted at rest (AES-256)
Data stored in private buckets
All data created while using the application stored in customer account
Temporary credentials following principle of least privilege
We follow security best practices including user authentication, time limited access and encryption of sensitive data at rest & in transit. Our architecture separates Osokey code from your data to keep you in control.
Osokey Stream applies security best practices including:
Your data is stored using cloud based object storage to provide durability and scaleability: e.g. Amazon S3