September 05, 2014 15:55:02
Dear BATS Chi-X Europe Participants
Disaster Recovery test - Saturday, 11th October 2014
As previously announced, BATS Chi-X Europe will be conducting a weekend Disaster Recovery test on the Production BXE and CXE integrated order books and TRF environment on Saturday, 11th October 2014. The purpose of this testing day is for BATS Chi-X Europe to simulate various disaster recovery failover scenarios, including a test of market failover from its Primary data centre at Equinix Slough (LD4) to its Secondary data centre at Equinix Park Royal (LD3). Participant attendance is not mandatory but is strongly recommended as this exercise affords Participants the ability to observe how their trading and market data applications would function in the event of a disaster recovery (DR) event at BATS Chi-X Europe.
Participants should note the following:
* Change Freeze - Participants wishing to take part in the Disaster Recovery test must submit any outstanding requests for new ports by 16:00 UK time on Thursday 9th October. No new port requests will be processed on Friday 10th October.
* Disaster Recovery test Schedule of Activities - Now available, please see attached.
Key contacts on the day
* The standard BATS Chi-X Europe support contacts will be available from 07:00 until 12:40 UK time:
o NOC: [email protected]
o Trade Desk: [email protected]
* There will be an open conference bridge used by BATS Chi-X Europe staff to disseminate regular progress updates throughout the day. Customers should direct queries to the Tradedesk using the above contact numer.
* The conference bridge will open from 07:30 and close at 12:40 UK.
o UK Call-in Number: +44 207 897 0111
o Participant Passcode: 9212078983#
Please contact the Trade Desk
All current and historical BATS Chi-X Europe notices, including symbol universe updates, are available online at www.batstrading.co.uk/alerts
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