The Resiliency of the Grid: Putting the Plans in Place [From the Editor]


The six articles during this issue examine the need to create power system grids more resilient against the forces of nature and catastrophic climate-related events. These articles offer a penetrating have a look at the catastrophic events themselves and ensuing responses and the plans either formulated or in place to mitigate future events.

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PROJECT TITLE :Virtual Machine Resiliency Management System for the Cloud - 2018ABSTRACT:This article presents a scalable parallel virtual machine (VM) resiliency management system for the cloud surroundings. It describes two
PROJECT TITLE :Fully passive resiliency node for optical access [Invited]ABSTRACT:A novel resiliency node for access network restoration is presented. Rather than using electrically powered nodes in an otherwise absolutely passive
PROJECT TITLE :Increasing Network Resiliency by Optimally Assigning Diverse Variants to Routing NodesABSTRACT:Networks with homogeneous routing nodes are constantly in danger as any vulnerability found against a node could be
PROJECT TITLE :Leveraging Heterogeneous Power for Improving Datacenter Efficiency and ResiliencyABSTRACT:Power mismatching between supply and demand has emerged as a top issue in trendy datacenters that are beneath-provisioned
PROJECT TITLE :The Best of IGREENGrid Practices: A Distribution Network's Contribution to ResiliencyABSTRACT:The term "resilience" means that the ability to prepare for and adapt to changing conditions and to withstand and recover

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