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“SG-Systems” (Smart Grid – Operational Applications Integration) “Boot Camp” Overview. Brent Hodges, Chair, SG-Systems. Greg Robinson, Co-Chair, SG-Systems. Session 1 Agenda. Welcome & introductions Agenda review & update Results/comments/concerns from boot camp

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sg systems smart grid operational applications integration boot camp overview

“SG-Systems”(Smart Grid – Operational Applications Integration)“Boot Camp” Overview

Brent Hodges,

Chair, SG-Systems

Greg Robinson,

Co-Chair, SG-Systems

session 1 agenda
Session 1 Agenda
  • Welcome & introductions
  • Agenda review & update
  • Results/comments/concerns from boot camp
  • “Inquiring minds want to know…”
    • NIST, IEC, SEP 2.0, SAE, Unite, USB, EISA, etc.
  • IEC 61968-1 Interface Reference Model Update Overview (Shawn)
  • SG-Systems Roadmap review and update – identify member needs not currently addressed (Greg)
    • Additional thoughts (not covered during plenary) by task force leads
  • General discussion, questions and answers
sg systems wg process overview

NIST

EPRI,

MultiSpeak

SG-Systems WG Process Overview

HomePlug

& ZigBee

SE 2.0

IEC TC57 WG14,

OASIS, IEEE

Other SDOs

Use Cases

From SCE

and others

Task Forces

Business-Oriented,

Common Format

Use Cases Based on SRS Reference Model

System Requirements

(SRS) Team

Use Case

Team

SG-Security

WG

Service Definitions

Team

  • Integration Requirements
  • Patterns
  • Sequence Diagram
  • Services
  • WSDL
  • Recommendations to IEC TC57 WG14:
  • Proposed CIM Extensions
  • Message Schemas Updates
  • Requirements Updates
  • Recommendations to other SDOs

SG-Conformity

Working Group

organizational structure
Organizational Structure

About to Vote

Collaboration

With NAESB, IEC

& OASIS

Collaboration

With NAESB, IEC

& OASIS

Collaboration

With SEP 2.0

& IEC

session 2 agenda
Session 2 Agenda

New EIM Task Force Organizational Meeting

Overview of EIM

Roundtable to hear about experiences and expectations of members

Form strategy that will help members to mitigate risk and lower costs for their companies

Establish key points for charter

Develop milestones

Subsequent meeting(s) possible on Wednesday if members are available

8:00 - 10:00am

slide6
Requires Integration – LOTS of integration

Onslaught of new applications and technologies

AMI, MDMS, HAN, DR, ADE, etc.

In a complex IT environment

A plethora of changing technologies with disparate methodologies/philosophies over many years

Many custom systems, legacy technologies

Departmental objectives tend to encourage “silos”

Project funding gives priority to project-focused implementations

Without fitting into an enterprise context

Aging / outsourced systems and IT workforce

Historically, extremely low R&D expenditures

Smart Grid Challenges…

it s more than just technical matters
It’s More Than Just Technical Matters

Driving Forces

Restraining Forces

  • Lack of stable industry standard definitions
  • Vendor’s way = lower project costs
  • Vendors pushing for ‘proprietary lock-in’
  • Consultants pushing to be ‘thought leaders’
  • Hours-sold revenue driving System Integrators
  • Internal system experts want to remain experts
  • Project managers striving for control
  • Inertia – why change?
  • Our situation’s unique – standards hinder us
  • Consistent enterprise-wide data
  • One version of the truth
  • Access to data regardless of source
  • Business transformation agility
  • Reduced project implementation costs
  • Reduced maintenance costs
  • Reduced IT risks
  • Availability of external services
  • Scalable business process automation
  • Scalable business activity monitoring
  • Accurate reporting – regulatory, KPIs
  • Mergers and acquisitions

Status Quo

For further information, please refer to the article on page 56

of the January issue of Utility T&D Automation & Engineering:

http://www.uae-digital.com/uae/200801/

defining eim gartner
Defining EIM (Gartner)

Enterprise Information Management (EIM) is:

    • An organizational commitment to structure, secure and improve the accuracy and integrity of information assets,
    • to solve semantic inconsistencies across all boundaries,
    • and support the technical, operational and business objectives within the organization's enterprise architecture strategy.
  • A commitment to EIM is recognition that information in the enterprise is as important as process (application development) and infrastructure (technology)
slide9

Enterprise Vision & Strategy

Enterprise Architecture

Enterprise Business & IT Core Processes

Enterprise Business & IT Organizations

Enterprise Infrastructure

EIM Vision & Strategy

EIM Governance

EIM Core Processes

EIM Organization

EIM Infrastructure

Data Quality

Vision

Sponsorship

CSFs & KPIs

Information Architecture Blueprint Management

Data Integrity

Mission

Data Security & Protection

Structure

(Virtual, Hybrid……)

Stewardship

Technologies

(DBMS, Content Mgmt, ETL, EAI, EII, Data Modeling, BI/DW, Collaboration…..)

Data Lifecycle Management

Strategy

Roles & Responsibilities

Policies, Principles & Tenets

Data Movement

Semantics Management

Goals & Objectives

Functional Services

Alignment

Database Management

Knowledgebase and Repositories

Master Data Management

Value Propositions

Business Value and Relationship Management

Structure

Information Services

Standards & Best Practices

Services & Support

Overall EIM Framework

summary points
Summary Points

The Smart Grid is about Smart Data

Too many moving parts & too much investment at risk - to go on doing “more of the same” IT practices

Smart Data Requires:

Planned Enterprise Information Management (EIM)

Based on an architecture with strong interfaces

Makes practical use of industry standards

Decouples projects

Architecture for incremental deployment over many years

Master Plan implemented in phases

Each increment must fit cohesively with previously installed components

Getting help by leveraging effective user organizations

Lowers costs and mitigates risks for nominal cost

… and here we are!

session 2 agenda1
Session 2 Agenda

New EIM Task Force Organizational Meeting

Overview of EIM

Roundtable to hear about experiences and expectations of members

Form strategy that will help members to mitigate risk and lower costs for their companies

Establish key points for charter

Develop milestones