Oman Data Park to provide high-speed big data analysis services for OQ Group

By Shilpa Annie Joseph, Official Reporter
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Oman’s first managed cloud services and cyber security provider, Oman Data Park ODP has signed an agreement to provide high-speed big data analysis services in the oil and gas field to OQ Group, the global integrated energy company in the Sultanate.

The signing of the high-speed data analysis agreement in the oil and gas field with OQ came in light of the approval of the OQ’s board of directors for the group’s cloud strategy.

Under the agreement, Oman Data Park provides a cloud environment that enables the analysis of Big Data at high-speed, which paves the way for the transferring and hosting of OQ data in a highly efficient and secure manner to the Oman Data Park data center within the borders of the Sultanate of Oman. This ensures safe analysis of big data, based on Oman Data Park’s distinguished capabilities in handling big data.

“We are pleased to sign this agreement with the OQ Group, at a time that our company has made huge strides in all its services, as ODP operates the only virtual data center – Nebula – in the Sultanate of Oman, as well as owns the Cyber Security Park, the sole specialized cyber security center in the country, run by highly qualified Omani employees, where it provides security operations and services around the clock. To involve in precise technical cooperation with OQ, a company whose operations cover a global range of value-added products in oil, gas, hydrocarbons, refineries, oil exploration, production, and marketing, is considered as a real trust high professionalism and technical development that Oman Data Park enjoys.”

Oman Data Park will provide a cloud digital workspace that automatically adapts to the needs of OQ for its employees and contractors, and quickly expand the scope of work for software testing and development.

According to the statement, “Further, it provides WorkSpaces that helps the company to eliminate the complexity in managing hardware inventory, OS versions and patches, and Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI), which contributes to enhancing simplify the company’s desktop delivery strategy.”

With Oman Data Park WorkSpace, the users get a fast, responsive desktop of their choice that they can access anywhere, anytime, from any supported device in particular during natural disasters and in any circumstances.

The agreement aims at enhancing efficiency, adapting the new direction of leading organizations in the region and globally, and expanding the base for benefiting from cloud service technologies.

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