Cloud-based Smart Grid ArchitectureforSecured Big Data Information Management

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There exists agrowing concern about energy utilization nowadays, which is prominent to aset-upthat supports Real-Time (RT) control and monitoring with a 2-way message between the services and clients. The Cloud-based Smart Grid Architecture (C-SGA) is the technological innovation that came up to meet these requirements and developproductivity, trustworthiness, finances, and sustainability of energy services. To manage communications to millions of endpoints and to process the data received from several front-end smart,intelligent components, Cloud Computing (CC) serves as a better technology for providing the necessary computational resources on demand for large scale Smart Grid (SG) applications. The factorslow-cost assistance, the flexible, redundant, and fast, responsive architecture of CC are the primary goals of energy conservation and demand response achieved in SGs for efficient, secure, and scalable electricity services.




Sughi*, D. A., Bhavadharini, R. M., … Arunprakash, Dr. R. (2019). Cloud-based Smart Grid ArchitectureforSecured Big Data Information Management. International Journal of Innovative Technology and Exploring Engineering, 2(9), 4836–3840.

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