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Cloud Computing: Cornerstone of the Next Generation of Smart-Grid Information Technology

Summary

Cloud computing is emerging as an ideal method of hosting and providing services over the internet, and is available in the form of private, public, combined, or hybrid cloud deployment models. It has a number of benefits for smart grid applications, such as cost-effectiveness, scalability and flexibility, and automatic updates. Although cloud computing meets power utilities’ requirements, it faces issues surrounding data security, performance, deployment model, and networking. Recent years have witnessed a number of launches of cloud computing solutions for smart grid applications. The major vendors of cloud computing currently include Tendril Networks, Digi International, IBM, Cisco Systems, Oracle Corporation, Silver Spring Networks, Computer Sciences Corporation (CSC), and Siemens.

Scope

- Cloud Computing Service and Deployment models.
- Major Uses and Issues of Cloud Computing Deployment in Smart-Grid Applications.
- Cloud Computing Announcements on the Rise.
- Key Vendors in the Smart-Grid Cloud Computing Domain.

Reasons to buy

- Gain Insight into the Service and Deployment Models of Cloud Computing.
- Comprehend the Benefits and Issues for Cloud Computing Deployment in Smart-Grid Applications.
- Gain Insight into the Major Cloud Computing Announcements.
- Identifying the Main Players in the Smart-Grid Cloud Computing Field.

Table Of Contents

Cloud Computing: Cornerstone of the Next Generation of Smart-Grid Information Technology
1 Table of Contents

2 Summary 2
3 Cloud Computing: Cornerstone of the Next Generation of Smart-Grid Information Technology 2
3.1 Benefits of Deployment in Smart-Grid Applications 3
3.2 Issues Surrounding Deployment in Smart-Grid Applications 4
3.3 Increase in Major Cloud Computing Smart-Grid Applications 4
3.4 Key Players in the Smart-Grid Cloud Computing Domain 6
4 Appendix 10
4.1 Abbreviations 10
4.2 Bibliography 10
4.3 Methodology 10
4.4 Contact Us 12
4.5 Disclaimer 12

1.1 List of Tables

Table 1: Cloud Computing, Global, Key Announcements, 2012-2013 5
Table 2: Tendril Networks, Key Facts, 2014 6
Table 3: Digi International, Key Facts, 2014 6
Table 4: IBM, Key Facts, 2014 7
Table 5: Cisco Systems, Key Facts, 2014 7
Table 6: Oracle Corporation, Key Facts, 2014 8
Table 7: Silver Spring Networks, Key Facts, 2014 8
Table 8: Computer Sciences Corporation, Key Facts, 2014 9
Table 9: Siemens, Key Facts, 2014 9
Table 10: Abbreviations 10

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