High levels of resiliency are the bedrock of change. Change is one of the leading causes of outages, but the more resilient your organization, the less damage bad change can do. Defining, automating and evolving resiliency, response and recovery practices as regulations and infrastructure change is critical.

Maria Gotsch, President & CEO of the Partnership Fund for NYC, discusses how Cutover dealt with moving into a new regulatory environment in the US. Video courtesy of Fintech.TV.

Cutover for Resiliency, Response and Recovery

    • Service/Application Resilience Testing and Invocation

      Tests, simulations or live responses can be integrated at will, consolidating and optimizing recovery plans in real time based on the failure scenario, reducing planning time from weeks or months down to hours.

    • Repetitive Events Such as Building Power Downs

      Cutover enables repeatable plans to be stored in an actionable format where they can easily be found, updated, tested and executed, moving them out of non-standard formats such as documents and spreadsheets.

    • Data Center Failover Testing

      Cutover helps you to move away from the type of test event that takes weeks or months to prepare and doesn’t test your organization’s true ability to respond in crisis. With Cutover, the test scenario will reflect what would actually happen in a crisis and help you to improve your incident response time.

    • Audit and Regulation

      Usual audit activities can involve a lot of work piecing together what happened using disparate sources, like telephone and email records, alongside human memory – especially after a disaster event where there was a lot of urgency to fix the problems. Increasingly demanding regulations also make this stage of an event complex and time-consuming. Fortunately, Cutover provides you with a black box record of everything done within the platform, telling you exactly what was done, when and by whom, helping you to more easily audit and provide accurate records to regulators.

“The ability to automate communications to stakeholders across the business through one system enables us to manage change consistently, reducing customer impact and increasing business confidence in a successful delivery."

Matt Cox, Head of Insight & Innovation, Nationwide Building Society

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