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The Electrical SMART GRID

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    • SMART GRID Information Infrastructure – Information Availability Building a high availability strategy
      • Multiple Contributors
        • Scalability
        • Performance
        • Resiliency
        • Virtualization
        • Management
    • Data Center Cost and Complexity on the Rise 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 $0 $50 $100 $150 $200 $250 $300 Installed Base (M Units) Spending (US$B) New server spending Server mgmt and admin costs Power and cooling costs 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 45 50
      • Client is a visionary company which offers a comprehensive portfolio of energy related products to approximately 3.3 million Electricity customers and 1.8 million Natural Gas customers
      • Client is serving customers in Eight states across the United States
      • Current Electricity grid model has not changed much in the past century
      • With growing needs of customers the current grid model will become unreliable in the future
      • Energy Independence and Security Act of 2007 identifies Smart Grid as the future direction for Electricity Grids in the United States of America
      • Smart Grid – Modernization of the Electricity Grid to improve reliability and efficiency
      • Advantages of Smart Grid implementation
        • Adding more clean and green power sources in our fuel mix—greatly improving power delivery and reliability while optimizing environmental benefits.
        • A grid that allows more choice about when, how much and what kind of energy consumers use.
        • A digitally enhanced, more resilient and stable energy grid that is less prone to outages and improves power reliability.
        • More energy efficiency and conservation options to manage consumers energy dollars.
      Utility/Energy Visionary Client
      • Smart Grid Project
      • A dynamic system rich in information technology
      • High-speed, real-time, two-way communications
      • Sensors throughout the grid enabling rapid diagnosis and corrections
      • Decision-making data and support for peak efficiency
      • Distributed generation technologies (such as wind turbines, solar panels, and plug-in hybrid electric vehicles)
      • Automated “smart substations”
      • In-home energy control devices
      • Automated home energy use
      • Web-based Account Management Project
      • Back-end application integration with web based portal for consumers
      • Account Information maintenance
      • Web Portal application for customers to manage their account information and services
        • Start, Stop or Transfer service
        • Electronic Bill payments
        • Energy usage and payments analysis
      Projects being implemented with DataPower
    • Challenges
      • Smart Grid Project
      • Build a flexible, reliable, Service oriented and highly available Architecture to support full scale smart Grid implementation across the enterprise
      • Enable standards based secured XML and web services transactions between Client and its Smart Grid partners
      • Support SOA Architecture by providing ability for centralized governance, security policy management and implementing Web services security standards such as WS-Security and WS-SecurityPolicy.
      • Implement standards based interfaces and enable message level security.
      • Uncompromised performance because of added security measures
      Central Generating Station Step-Up Transformer Distribution Substation Receiving Station Distribution Substation Distribution Substation Commercial Industrial Commercial Gas Turbine Recip Engine Cogeneration Recip Engine Fuel cell Micro- turbine Flywheel Residential Photo voltaics Batteries
    • Challenges
      • Web-based Account Management Project
      • Build a self service account management portal for its Customer and Partners
      • Enable standards based secured, trusted, multiparty XML and web services business transactions between utility and its customers and business partners
      • Provide SOA based Platform to integrate utility back office applications with Partner applications
      • Protect confidential data and utility systems from threats including e-vandalism, data theft, and intentional or unintentional denial of service attacks
      • Implement standards based interfaces and enable message level security.
      • Uncompromised performance because of added security measures
    • Architecture
    • Miracle’s Solution
      • Smart Grid Project
      • WebSphere DataPower XI50 ESB gateway as a DMZ solution along with the IBM WebSphere Message Broker, IBM WebSphere Process Server, IBM WebSphere Application Server, IBM WebSphere Service Registry & Repository and IBM WebSphere MQ as an integration hub for SOA enablement
      • Web-based Account Management Project
      • WebSphere DataPower XI50 ESB gateway as a DMZ solution along with Partner provided UI for the web portal and IBM WebSphere Business Integrator, IBM WebSphere Application Server, IBM WebSphere Service Registry & Repository as an integration hub for SOA enablement
      • WebSphere DataPower XI50 Solution
      • Both the projects use WebSphere DataPower XI50 security appliance to centralize access to, and accelerate the various SOA interfaces with partners
      • Out of the box, the DataPower XI50 appliance addresses a wide variety of SOA transport threats that can be introduced either by error or malice
      • DataPower XI50 appliance is configured to apply rigid policy constraints on both published and consumed services
      • The appliance provides the ability to terminate transport (SSL) and individual attribute level encryption elements, Centralized governance, security policy management, Service level monitoring and management and advanced auditing and logging features
      • The appliance acts as an ESB Gateway and provides Transformation, Routing, Protocol and Format bridging capabilities
    • DataPower Appliances Demilitarized Zone XML Firewall and Web Services Gateway XS40 2 way sensors CIS Secure Zone Enterprise Service Bus Enterprise Service Bus Gateway XI50 Back-end Resource Gateway XI50 Domain Firewall Inter-Enterprise Zone Protocol Firewall Network Infrastructure Servers Customer’s Partners Message Broker ESB
    • Smart Grid Solution
      • Solution: WebSphere Datapower XI 50 ESB gateway as a DMZ solution along with the IBM WebSphere Message Broker, IBM WAS, IBM WebSphere Service Registry and Repository and IBM WebSphere® MQ as an integration hub for SOA enablement.
      • Key Benefits:
      • Complete XML threat protection and security management
      • Significant performance gains due to Datapower XI 50
      • Protocol and format bridging capability
      • Simplicity of implementation
      • Centralized governance, security policy management, Service level monitoring and management and advanced auditing and logging features
    • Examples of Client Value Achieved
      • More than 600 Customers Worldwide using IBM WebSphere DataPower Appliances
      • Examples of Customer Web Service & SOA Integration Results
        • Bullet proof all web service messages to enforce security policies
        • Achieve ROI in 6 months
        • Retire 120 application servers to remove wasteful spending
        • Slash CPU utilization by over 50%
        • Secure internal and external web services messages
        • Improve throughput by 100x and lower costs
        • Reduce Enterprise Service Bus server farm by 75%
        • Simplify deployment: 6 month project done in 6 weeks
        • Project $10 million savings over five years