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    Studio Manager - Petrel - RILS (Remote Instructor Led Series)

    This is a Remote Instructor Led Series (RILS) training. The remote classroom delivery is a modality that takes advantage of the instructor led training content, while allowing the same content to be delivered remotely. All training sessions will be delivered online with no face-to-face classroom attendance.

    Studio Manager comprises a suite of tools for effectively managing the Studio environment. It consolidates administrative and core data management workflows supporting the Petrel E&P Software Platform.

    Using Studio Manager, Data managers quickly understand the state of their Studio environment by using cutting-edge applications (apps) to ascertain the status of repositories, review recent user activity, identify tasks that need to be performed, and perform the workflows surrounding those tasks.

    In this course, you will learn to use Studio Manager to:

    • Manage data for Petrel users
    • Implement and manage collaboration workflows across your teams
    • Apply data management common practices

    The Studio Manager - Petrel - RILS course will be delivered over a total of twenty-six (26) hours; i.e. in five (5) sessions lasting five (5) Hours each, except the last two sessions which will last 5.5 hours.

    Each participant will need the following for an optimal experience of the course:

    • Windows-based PC
    • USB headset
    • Internet access
    • Second monitor or tablet for the course manual(s)
    • Webcam
    Day 1

    Session 1: Modules 1 & 2 (Part 1)

    (5 hours)

    • Introduction to Studio and Studio Manager
    • Repositories, Users, Managed Projects, and Roles Administration

    The Studio E&P environment features a powerful set of tools that allow geoscientists and engineers to access, review, and use information in the context of their workflows. The data in Studio is stored in repositories and managed projects, and accessible to Petrel users connecting to Studio according to the access rights provided by their Roles. The administration of repositories, managed projects, users, and roles are tasks done by data managers using various apps in Studio Manager.

    This session will enable you to:
    • become familiar with Studio, the Studio Manager interface and the the configuration setup tasks when working with Studio Manager
    • explain the concepts of repositories, managed projects, users, and roles in Studio
    • administrate repositories, managed projects, users, and roles using the apps in Studio Manager

    Session 2: Modules 2 (Part 2), 3 & 4

    (5 hours)

    • Repositories, managed projects, users, and roles administration
    • Coordinate reference system (CRS) administration
    • Index and data environment administration

    Studio repositories store Petrel data and Petrel supports loading, exporting, and transferring point-based data and bin-grids in a spatial context. Both Studio and Petrel work with CRS catalogs, and in a Studio environment, the administration of a CRS can be done using the Studio Manager.

    Studio also enables to search and find all available information across multiple data sources. Using search tools, you can filter results based on specific criteria. The search tools work based on indexes and data environments, which are managed in the Studio Manager.

    In this session, you will learn how to administer Coordinate reference systems (CRS), Indexes and data environments.

    Session 3: Modules 5, 6 & 7 (Part 1)

    (5 hours)

    • Quality attributes administration
    • Repository filters
    • Data transfers between Petrel and Studio

    Quality attributes help to ensure the integrity and quality of data in the repository. Data items can be tagged with quality attributes which can be used to provide information about the data item, lock the data item, or preserve the version of the data item in the repository. There are several types of user-applied quality attributes that can be configured using the Quality Tags app in Studio Manager and applied by Petrel users to any supported data type in Petrel.

    Filters can be applied to narrow the scope of data presented through the interface. Repository filters can be used in different places, such as the Data Table app in Studio Manager and the Studio transfer tool in Petrel. There are different types of repository filters, which can be managed using the Filters app in Studio Manager.

    In this session you will first learn how to administer quality attributes and manage repository filters. Then, for a better understanding of the interaction between Petrel and Studio, you will discover and use the data transfers tools, process and functionalities.

    Session 4: Modules 7 (Part 2), 8 & 9 (Part 1)

    (5 hours)

    • Data transfers between Petrel and Studio
    • Data loading to Studio
    • Match rules

    In the first part of this session, you will learn about loading different data types into Petrel before they can be transferred to Studio repositories.

    The second part of this session will uncover match rules in Studio which help protect data integrity and avoid duplicate data items in a repository.

    Session 5: Modules 9 (Part 2), 10 & 11

    (5.5 hours)

    • Match rules
    • Data correction workflows
    • Advanced database tasks

    In this final session, you will learn about other tasks which, beyond the administration tasks, you can perform using Studio Manager:

    • identify data transfer issues and take actions
    • manage user attributes
    • fix global well log issues
    • organize data in the repositories
    • manage repositories
    • track database activities
    • install and uninstall a Studio Database
    • upgrade a Studio Database

    • Data managers or Data Administrators
    • Petrel users with Data Management responsibilities

    • Introduction to Studio and Studio Manager
    • Studio Manager setup
    • Administration of repositories, managed projects, users, and roles
    • Administration of data environments and indexes
    • Overview of Studio WorldMap
    • Administration of quality tags and coordinate reference systems
    • Data transfers between Petrel and Studio
    • Data loading in Petrel
    • Match rules management
    • Identification of data transfer issues and data correction
    • Overview of database management tasks for Studio Database installation
    • Petrel Fundamentals course or equivalent Petrel experience
    • Basic proficiency in a Windows operating system including:
      • knowledge about managing Windows services;
      • understanding user accounts and working in a domain;
      • and creating, organizing, and sharing folders.

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