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This topic describes various DR failover scenarios. Some of these scenarios require customer configuration changes and some do not. There are separate IPs and Ports to connect to either Production or Disaster Recovery BrokerTec Markets environmnetsenvironments. Clients must manage their own connections to the acting production environment IPs and ports. CME Group will issue both Production and DR IPs and ports to client during initial setup.

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In addition to the above application failure scenarios, there could be a catastrophic datacenter failure scenario. If a BrokerTec EU Market Customer's Prod connection is located in the LD4.2 datacenter and the entire LD4.2 datacenter fails then BrokerTec EU Market Customers will need to connect to the DR applications via another connectivity solution. If a BrokerTec US Market Customer's Prod connection is located in the NY5 datacenter and the entire NY5 datacenter fails then BrokerTec US Market Customers will need to connect to the DR applications via another connectivity solution.

Therefore, some customers may want or require local DR connectivity.  These customers can order ports in DR locations, Secaucus (NY5) or Aurora (DC3).  These ports under normal circumstances will connect to production environments in Slough and Secaucus, respectively.  In a failover situation these ports will connect to the DR platform situated in the same location as their ports, Secaucus and Aurora.  BrokerTec US customers wanting local DR connectivity can order a Globex Hub – Aurora service.  BrokerTec EU customers can order GLink – Secaucus and EConnect NY5 services in Secaucus. 

Network Description of Production Operations and Outlined Scenarios

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