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Ocean API for Studio
By Schlumberger
Plug-in Attributes
  • 2015 | 2016 | 2017
With the Ocean API the Studio environment is opened up to new possibilities that fully leverage the value of your data. Customized Studio Manager functions can automatically integrate with existing workflows, while providing enhanced insight into your organization’s knowledge assets and the power to manage those assets. In addition to core data access, the Ocean API enables the creation of new discovery and load workflows using programmatic access to Studio Find.
  • Create custom plug-ins for the Studio Manager function
  • Enable standalone applications to access Studio environment data with the runtime function
The Ocean API for Studio helps accelerate your ability to find, manage, and share information the Studio environment has pooled together. The Ocean software development framework gives you the ability to create specialized solutions to solve complex problems through the creation of plug-ins for Studio Manager and standalone applications—enabling you to adapt to new challenges and dynamically extend the Studio knowledge environment.
Additional Information
Expedite the access of data management tools and significantly reduce the time needed to deliver and deploy new capabilities. The Ocean API for Studio enables extensions to the Studio environment, as well as user interface and interaction features, allowing addition of new data types with renderers, new windows, and interactive processes. The API offers the opportunity to expand, interoperate with, and reuse many of the built-in features in custom workflows.