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Arbitrary Redundancy

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High degree of #redundancy is paramount for highly available critical systems such as #EMS#ADMS and #DERMS solutions.
A highly reliable modern grid management solution shall provide “Arbitrary Redundancy” by concept, i.e. the number of redundant critical components should not be limited to two or three.
This also should not degrade system performance with increasing the number of redundant components.
High availability is also a cyber security requirement, to be explained in the next upcoming Modern Grid Management Technology Cheat Sheets.



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