Top tier enterprises use Cutover to store recovery plans and create failover runbooks and tests. They test and execute these recovery runbooks periodically.
Cutover cuts down planning time, improves control and performance, and grants you real-time visibility and control.
Develop detailed, dynamic plans that choreograph every step and respond to changes automatically. Rehearse important resilience testing sequences before go-live, to reduce risk and optimize delivery.
Bring teams together to execute resilience testing with precision and efficiency. Harness machine automation to deliver the data, automate repeatable processes, and coordinate effective communications.
Analysis is built in from the get-go, with stakeholders able to observe progression and activity in real time. Make live adjustments to course-correct, then access the detailed audit trail afterwards for regulatory compliance and continuous improvement.
A British multinational bank needed to implement a comprehensive resilience solution. They were under regulatory scrutiny and needed the capability to pull together thousands of standardized service recovery plans (SRPs) into test scenarios in minutes rather than months.
Challenge: ITDR testing takes months
The existing home-grown system for resilience was insufficient and did not provide adequate planning, visibility, or communication to ensure success. It did not deliver the required level of resilience assurance they needed, or meet regulatory requirements.
Solution: Faster disaster recovery testing
Cutover provided a comprehensive operational resilience platform, hosting thousands of Service Recovery Plans that could be configured into various test scenarios in minutes.
Results: Testing done in minutes
The bank reduced their time to test from 12 weeks down to 2, saving significant time and resources. The team running the event is now better informed during data center tests, helping them to make better decisions.
"The Federal Reserve loved the comprehensive audit trail we were able to share with them from Cutover."
"For each piece of data, we had an individual that could attest to its quality."