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Carl Lebsack

Carl Lebsack

Carl is a Software Engineer and Technical Lead for network streaming telemetry infrastructure at Google and a member of the OpenConfig project. Previously he worked in the Microarchitecture Research Lab at Intel, the High Performance Computer Benchmarking Center at IBM and the Radio Base Station Group at Motorola. He holds BS and MS degrees in Computer Engineering from the Illinois Institute of Technology and a PhD in Computer Engineering from Iowa State University.
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    Preview abstract Modern networks have significantly outpaced the monitoring capabilities of SNMP and command-line scraping. Over the last three years we at Google have been working with members of the networking industry via the OpenConfig.net effort to redefine network monitoring. We have now deployed Streaming Telemetry in production to monitor devices from multiple vendors. We will talk about the experience and highlight the open source components we are providing to the community to accelerate industry-wide adoption. View details
    PowerNet for distributed Energy Resources
    Anand Ramesh
    Sangsun Kim
    Jim Schmalzried
    Jyoti Sastry
    Michael Dikovsky {{+mdikovsky
    Konstantin Bozhkov
    Eduardo Pinheiro
    Scott Collyer
    Ankit Somani
    Ram Rajagopal
    Arun Majumdar
    Junjie Qin
    Gustavo Cezar
    Juan Rivas
    Abbas El Gamal
    Dian Gruenich
    Steven Chu
    Sila Kiliccote
    Conference: 2016 IEEE Power and Energy Society General Meeting (PESGM), IEEE Power and Energy Society, Boston, MA, USA (2016)
    Preview abstract We propose Powernet as an end-to-end open source technology for economically efficient, scalable and secure coordination of grid resources. It offers integrated hardware and software solutions that are judiciously divided between local embedded sensing, computing and control, which are networked with cloud-based high-level coordination for real-time optimal operations of not only centralized but also millions of distributed resources of various types. Our goal is to enable penetration of 50% or higher of intermittent renewables while minimizing the cost and address security and economical scalability challenges. In this paper we describe the basic concept behind Powernet and illustrate some components of the solution. View details
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