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A simulation is a test of disaster recovery and business continuity procedures where the participants take part in a mock disaster to add some realism to the process of thinking their way through emergency response documents
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A simulation could be an elaborate and choreographed walkthrough test where a facilitator reads from a script and describes a series of unfolding events in a disaster such as a hurricane or an earthquake This type of simulation might almost be viewed as playacting, where the script is the set of emergency response documentation By stimulating the imagination of simulation participants, it s possible for participants to really imagine that a disaster is taking place, which may help them to better understand what real disaster conditions might be like It will help tremendously if the facilitator has actually experienced one or more disaster scenarios, so that he or she can add more realism when describing events To make the simulation more credible and valuable, the scenario that is chosen should be one that has a reasonable chance of actually occurring in the local area Good choices would include an earthquake in San Francisco or Los Angeles, a volcanic eruption in Seattle, or an avalanche in Switzerland A poor choice would be a hurricane or tsunami in central Asia, because these events would not ever occur there A simulation can also go a few steps further For instance, the simulation can take place at an established emergency operations center, the same place where emergency command-and-control would operate in a real disaster Also, the facilitator could change some of the participants roles, to simulate the real absence of certain key personnel, to see how remaining personnel might conduct themselves in a real emergency NOTE The facilitator of a simulation is limited only by his or her own imagination when organizing a simulation One important fact to remember, though, is that a simulation does not actually affect any live or DR systems it s all as pretend as the make-believe cardboard television sets and computers found in furniture stores
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A parallel test is an actual test of disaster recovery and/or business continuity response plans The purpose of a parallel test is to evaluate the ability of personnel to follow directives in emergency response plans to actually set up the DR business processing or data processing capability In a parallel test, personnel are actually setting up the IT systems that would be used in an actual disaster and operating those IT systems with real business transactions to find out if the IT systems perform the processing correctly The outcome of a parallel test is threefold: It evaluates the accuracy of emergency response procedures It evaluates the ability for personnel to correctly follow the emergency response procedures It evaluates the ability for IT systems and other supporting apparatus to process real business transactions properly A parallel test is called a parallel test because live production systems continue to operate, and the backup IT systems are processing business transactions in parallel to see if they process them the same as the live production systems do
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Setting up a valid parallel test is complicated in many cases In effect, you need to insert a logical Y cable into the business process flow so that the information flow will split and flow both to production systems (without interfering with their operation) and to the backup systems Results of transactions need to be compared Personnel need to be able to determine whether the backup systems would be able to output correct data without actually having them do so In many complex environments, you would not want the DR system to actually feed information back into a live environment, because that might cause duplicate events to occur someplace else in the organization (or with customers, suppliers, or other parties) For instance, in a travel reservations system, you would not want a DR system to actually book travel, because that would cost real money and consume available space on an airline or other mode of transportation But it would be important to know whether the DR system would be able to perform those functions Somewhere along the line, it will be necessary to unplug the DR system from the rest of the environment and manually examine results to see if they appear to be correct Organizations that do wish to see if their backup/DR systems can manage a real workload can perform a cutover test, which is discussed next
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