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Redundancy (7 items)
English versions of the articles about redundancy.
Sunday 12 February 2012 / Pierre author list
These articles should give some thoughts and ideas on how to make a good plan for handling of errors in a radio or TV environment.
The articles should be read in the order they appear in here, and end by a few guidelines which hopefully can prevent you from spending all your budget on redundant equipment that doesn't help you the day the disaster hits you.
These articles are posted in Danish as well as in English - Klik her for dansk version
1. Redundancy to solve all problems (hits: 2947)
Introduction - Klik her for dansk version
on 13 Feb 2012 by Pierre
This series of articles should give some ideas on how to make a good plan to handle errors in a radio or TV broadcasting environment.
The articles should be read in the order they appear here, where this is the first article.
2. Active or passive redundancy (hits: 16175)
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on 13 Feb 2012 by Pierre
A basic explanation of different types of redundancy, and what they are good at.
3. ”There can be only one” or “Who guards the guard?” (hits: 2607)
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on 13 Feb 2012 by Pierre
”There can be only one” – about all the places where you can’t have two of everything even when you have two of everything.
4. The human factor and red buttons (hits: 2283)
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on 13 Feb 2012 by Pierre
5. Rescue Drills (hits: 2066)
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on 13 Feb 2012 by Pierre
How to get the users to do the right thing in case of an emergency ?
6 Cluster Servers (hits: 2098)
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on 13 Feb 2012 by Pierre
This article goes a bit deeper into some practical details about cluster servers.
7. Conclusion – 3 guidelines about redundancy to solve some problems (hits: 2279)
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on 13 Feb 2012 by Pierre
Finally some recommendation about what to do – and not do – when investing in redundant systems. You may have noticed that ”all” problems have become ”some” problems in the title – this is not a mistake. If you have read the previous article, you understand why.
 

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