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Software Defined Networking - Real World Use Cases
Software Defined Networking - Real World Use Cases
Software Defined Networking - Real World Use Cases
Software Defined Networking - Real World Use Cases
Software Defined Networking - Real World Use Cases
Software Defined Networking - Real World Use Cases
Software Defined Networking - Real World Use Cases
Software Defined Networking - Real World Use Cases
Software Defined Networking - Real World Use Cases
Software Defined Networking - Real World Use Cases
Software Defined Networking - Real World Use Cases
Software Defined Networking - Real World Use Cases
Software Defined Networking - Real World Use Cases
Software Defined Networking - Real World Use Cases
Software Defined Networking - Real World Use Cases
Software Defined Networking - Real World Use Cases
Software Defined Networking - Real World Use Cases
Software Defined Networking - Real World Use Cases
Software Defined Networking - Real World Use Cases
Software Defined Networking - Real World Use Cases
Software Defined Networking - Real World Use Cases
Software Defined Networking - Real World Use Cases
Software Defined Networking - Real World Use Cases
Software Defined Networking - Real World Use Cases
Software Defined Networking - Real World Use Cases
Software Defined Networking - Real World Use Cases
Software Defined Networking - Real World Use Cases
Software Defined Networking - Real World Use Cases
Software Defined Networking - Real World Use Cases
Software Defined Networking - Real World Use Cases
Software Defined Networking - Real World Use Cases
Software Defined Networking - Real World Use Cases
Software Defined Networking - Real World Use Cases
Software Defined Networking - Real World Use Cases
Software Defined Networking - Real World Use Cases
Software Defined Networking - Real World Use Cases
Software Defined Networking - Real World Use Cases
Software Defined Networking - Real World Use Cases
Software Defined Networking - Real World Use Cases
Software Defined Networking - Real World Use Cases
Software Defined Networking - Real World Use Cases
Software Defined Networking - Real World Use Cases
Software Defined Networking - Real World Use Cases
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Software Defined Networking - Real World Use Cases

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Check out this presentation given by ADVA Optical Networking, IBM and Marist College at our North American Symposium in New York City this year regarding SDN and real world use cases

Check out this presentation given by ADVA Optical Networking, IBM and Marist College at our North American Symposium in New York City this year regarding SDN and real world use cases

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    • 1. Software Defined Networking - Real World Use Cases (Test bed at Marist/IBM)
    • 2. Our Speakers Today Todd Bundy Director Global Business Development, ADVA Optical Networking tbundy@advaoptical.com Robert M. Cannistra School of Computer Science and Mathematics Marist College robert.cannista@marist.edu Casimer DeCusatis Distinguished Engineer, IBM STG – eSystems Dev Lab decusat@us.ibm.com 2 © 2013 ADVA Optical Networking. All rights reserved. Confidential.
    • 3. The Need for SDN 3 © 2013 ADVA Optical Networking. All rights reserved. Confidential.
    • 4. Tough Reality: Life is Not Fair …for Networking Professionals 4 © 2012 IBM Corporation
    • 5. Clients Seek Smarter System Networking 5 © 2013 ADVA Optical Networking. All rights reserved. Confidential.
    • 6. Big Data: Fueling Smarter Commerce Cycle Safety / Security 10s millions cameras Healthcare Peta Tera 1B medical images/yr Customer Data Volume Exa Video Image Audio Text Giga Structured data 1B camera phones 1990’s 2000’s 2010’s Computational Needs Sophistication of Analysis High 2020’s Med Low Media Wide Area Imagery Digital Marketing Enterprise Video 72 video hrs/minute 100’s TB per day 10+% of video views Used by 1/3 of enterprises Source: IBM Market Insights based on composite sources 6 © 2012 IBM Corporation
    • 7. Lack of Automated, Programmable Network Today: VM on-boarding is measured in minutes 60+ % 93% But… today: multi-tier virtual-system connectivity is measured in days. ? Percent of servers virtualized Use storage Use network virtualization virtualization Source: 2012 IBM Data Center Study: 7 John Manville, Cisco IT; The Power of a Programmable Cloud, OFC 2013 (OM2D.2): “It takes about 5 days from an endend point of view to provision something like that (a multi-tier system).” Goal is to “get at least to sub-one day.” http://www.ibm.com/data-center/study © 2012 IBM Corporation
    • 8. Virtualization and Beyond 8 © 2013 ADVA Optical Networking. All rights reserved. Confidential.
    • 9. What is OpenFlow ? 9 9 © 2012 IBM Corporation
    • 10. Separating the Data Plane from the Control Plane: A Useful Analogy Control plane is the CPU or network controller Dataplane are the roads Data plane are switches & ports Control plane is the navigation 10 © 2012 IBM Corporation
    • 11. Packet or Flow Switched? • Ethernet topologies are packet switched • OpenFlow topologies (today) are flow switched Statistical link utilization Application level network control IBM System Networking 11 © 2013 ADVA Optical Networking. All rights reserved. Confidential. 11
    • 12. Do We Want Distributed or Centralized? • Ethernet topologies were built distributed Scalable but hard to monitor • OpenFlow topologies (today) are centralized Control-data separation forces this model Strengths of one approach are weaknesses of the other Centralized is better suited for modern cloud applications IBM System Networking 12 © 2013 ADVA Optical Networking. All rights reserved. Confidential. 12
    • 13. SDN Model: Applications Influence the Network App App Program & Instruct VM VM VM VM Network Hypervisor Old Model IBM System Networking 13 © 2013 ADVA Optical Networking. All rights reserved. Confidential. 13
    • 14. Getting Life Back for the Network Administrator Programmable by orchestration application Orchestration Application Dynamically provisioned Open SDN Platform Apps and Services Connectivity Service Path Service Security Appliance … Scalable capacity Open SDN Controller Overlay Layer (DOVE) Control Plane Layer (Native) Tenant 1 cloud Data Plane Layer (OF) Link Layer Tenant 2 cloud Network Hypervisor Virtualized programmable Optical network (Bandwidth on Demand) DC3 v DC2 14 Abstracted HW complexity DC1 IBM System Networking © 2012 IBM Corporation
    • 15. ODIN – The Open Datacenter Interoperable Network An industry standard point of view on SDN & network virtualization http://www-03.ibm.com/systems/networking/solutions/odin.html Virtualized & SDN Enabled Optical Network DC3 (ADVA OF Agent) v DC1 DC2 Overlays Virtualize L2/3 functions Pools of Virtual Appliances Pods of IT Resources stacked switches lossless Ethernet, Storage, & more Embedded Blade, Virtual Switches FCoE SDN controller Gateway SAN OpenDaylight SDN Project FCoE Storage 1515 © 2012 IBM Corporation
    • 16. SDN Controller: ODP • Strategic that there be an open source Controller • • • Industry isn’t breaking vendor lock-in just to create vendor lock-in Equipment vendors must not be owners of controller ADVA will not build an SDN controller • ODP is the best candidate • • ADVA Optical Networking has joined and is making contributions Aligning our WAN Orchestration with ODP • • • • 16 Common core technologies Shared core model & extension Shared tooling Common Persistence © 2013 ADVA Optical Networking. All rights reserved. Confidential. SDN Controller
    • 17. Optical Agility 17 © 2013 ADVA Optical Networking. All rights reserved. Confidential.
    • 18. Fixed Wavelengths are Under Utilized 100% 90% Network Utilization 80% Uniform node-to-node traffic excess 70% traffic 60% 50% 40% 30% 20% base traffic 10% 00:00 01:00 02:00 03:00 04:00 05:00 06:00 07:00 08:00 09:00 10:00 11:00 12:00 13:00 14:00 15:00 16:00 17:00 18:00 19:00 20:00 21:00 22:00 23:00 0% Time Currently, enterprises must contract for over-provisioned fixed capacity to meet the multigigabit peaks, which results in costly, underutilized capacity during sustained quiescent periods 18 © 2012 ADVA Optical Networking. All rights reserved. Confidential.
    • 19. Cloud Bursting Technologies Require Network Agility The High Cost of Overprovisioning During the storage or virtual machine migration at the beginning of a cloudburst into the provider cloud, bandwidth of 1 to 10 gigabits per second will generally be required. However, for the remainder of that IaaS instance life-cycle, much lower bandwidth, rarely exceeding 200 megabits per second, is required. Customer 1 Remote Desktop Customer #2 Virtual Tape/Disk/Server Cloud Customer #3 19 © 2013 ADVA Optical Networking. All rights reserved. Confidential.
    • 20. Optical Transport and SDN • Decades of work have yielded today’s agile core networks • Unfortunately, the information to make intelligent decisions resides at higher layers • Problem is made worse by today’s flow dominated traffic Hybrid EDFA/RAMAN Amp Gridless ROADM Intelligent MUX Router 20 Coherent Receiver Router Agile Core Network © 2013 ADVA Optical Networking. All rights reserved. Confidential.
    • 21. Day-time Config All sites/offices working 21 © 2013 ADVA Optical Networking. All rights reserved. Confidential.
    • 22. Night-time Config Backup job running between sites A & B Double the bandwidth “on demand” 22 © 2013 ADVA Optical Networking. All rights reserved. Confidential.
    • 23. Night-time Config “Live” Virtual Machine Migration between A & C 23 © 2013 ADVA Optical Networking. All rights reserved. Confidential.
    • 24. Night-time Config Backup job running between Site B and C 24 © 2013 ADVA Optical Networking. All rights reserved. Confidential.
    • 25. Recovery Scenario Backup job running between sites A & B Fiber failure and recovery via SDN Controller Site B Site A 1x 10G 1x 10G 25 © 2013 ADVA Optical Networking. All rights reserved. Confidential. Site C
    • 26. What Does SDN Mean – to Users & Established Vendors? Hype, Fear, Uncertainty & Doubt Where is OpenFlow ? Source: Gartner technology hype cycle, adapted from Wikipedia 26 26 © 2013 ADVA Optical Networking. All rights reserved. Confidential. See SDN: a Theory of Everything
    • 27. Dynamic Infrastructure Test Bed 27 © 2013 ADVA Optical Networking. All rights reserved. Confidential.
    • 28. Our Speakers Today Benjamin Carle School of Computer Science and Mathematics Marist College benjamin.carle@marist.edu Matthew Johnson School of Computer Science and Mathematics Marist College matthew.johnson1@marist.edu Junaid Kapadia Undergraduate Information Technology Student Marist College junaid.kapadia1@marist.edu 28 © 2013 ADVA Optical Networking. All rights reserved. Confidential.
    • 29. Our Speakers Today Zachary Meath Undergraduate Computer Science Student Marist College zachary.meath1@marist.edu Mary Miller Undergraduate Computer Science Student Marist College mary.miller1@marist.edu Devin Young Undergraduate Computer Science Student Marist College devin.young1@marist.edu 29 © 2013 ADVA Optical Networking. All rights reserved. Confidential.
    • 30. Use Cases Bandwidth calendaring Cloud bursting Cloud DC Private Datacenters Workload balancing Secure multi-tenancy Tenant 1 Load Load Tenant 2 Transactional nature of DC-to-DC traffic (bulk data transfers) offers opportunities for optical bandwidth-on-demand. 30 © 2013 ADVA Optical Networking. All rights reserved. Confidential.
    • 31. MARIST: SDN Dynamic Infrastructure Test Bed Floodlight Controller (VM) IBM G8264 OF Switch VM Cluster ADVA OF Agent (VM) IBM V7000 Storage single 10G single 10G IBM G8264 OF Switch Site A ADVA FSP 3000 IBM G8264 OF Switch dual 10G dual 10G ADVA FSP 3000 Storage 31 IBM G8264 OF Switch ADVA FSP 3000 Site B Site C © 2013 ADVA Optical Networking. All rights reserved. Confidential. Storage
    • 32. Dynamic Infrastructure Test Bed VM Cluster IBM V7000 Storage OpenFlow Controller (VM) • Floodlight • IBM Controller • OpenDaylight dual 10G IBM G8264 OF Switch dual 10G ADVA FSP 3000 Site A OpenFlow ADVA OpenFlow Agent (VM) • OpenFlow v1.0 northbound • ADVA control plane southbound OpenFlow dual 10G dual 10G ADVA FSP 3000 Storage 32 ADVA FSP 3000 Site C Site B © 2013 ADVA Optical Networking. All rights reserved. Confidential. Storage
    • 33. Automating the Flows ADVAlanche Avior Openflow Controller (ie: Floodlight Controller) OF Switch OF Switch (ie: IBM G8264) ADVA OF Agent ADVA FSP 3000 33 OF Switch © 2013 ADVA Optical Networking. All rights reserved. Confidential.
    • 34. Pieces to the Puzzle • Avior – Openflow Management Application • ADVAlanche – Dynamic Optical Provisioning Application • Ganglia – Network Monitoring Application • Vmware – Server Virtualization Hypervisor & Management • ADVA FSP 3000 – Agile Optical Networking Hardware (ROADM) • IBM G8264 OF Switches – Openflow Capable Switches • Physical Servers • Virtual Machines • Storage Area Network 34 © 2013 ADVA Optical Networking. All rights reserved. Confidential.
    • 35. Marist Test Bed: Application and UI 1 2 AVIOR User (or automated tool) decides to modify network 2 1 Call ADVAlanche through avior ADVAlanche 3 User or automated trigger modifies transport network through ADVAlanche 4 Lambda provisioned 5 Complete application aware action 3 OF Controller (ie: OpenDayLight Controller)4 OF Switch OF Switch OF Switch ADVA OF Agent ADVA FSP 3000 5 35 © 2013 ADVA Optical Networking. All rights reserved. Confidential.
    • 36. Avior - Overview • Motivation • • • Difficult to configure Openflow Controller via bulky CLI or API Efficient controller management requires easy-to-use, high-level tool Today’s network administrators need mobility • Avior Web Application       36 Monitor Openflow network statistics Configure static network flows Administer firewall and other policies Accessible from various platforms including Mobile Modular design supports enhancements and third-party add-ons Supports different Openflow controllers through thin adapters © 2013 ADVA Optical Networking. All rights reserved. Confidential.
    • 37. Avior - Demo • Avior Overview (Interface and Functionality) • Login Screen • Controller Status • Hosts on the Network • Switches on the Network • Static Flow Pusher/Manager • Firewall • Modular Design 37 © 2013 ADVA Optical Networking. All rights reserved. Confidential.
    • 38. Marist Test Bed: • Overview • Graphical user interface to observe and provision optical links on the WAN • Web application design allows access from tablets, phones, and personal computers • User can interact with the optical network by drawing links between nodes • Current topology can be provisioned with one click 38 © 2013 ADVA Optical Networking. All rights reserved. Confidential.
    • 39. Marist Test Bed: • Features • Profiles • Save custom topology • Can be initiated by: • ADVAlanche web application • ADVAlanche API • Schedule • From specified data and time implement profile. 39 © 2013 ADVA Optical Networking. All rights reserved. Confidential.
    • 40. Marist Test Bed: • Triggers • ADVAlanche monitors the network through Ganglia • Looks for an event specified by the user • CPU Utilization • Memory • Disk Space • When the event is triggered, it executes an action • Provision the network • Migrate a VM • Clone a VM 40 © 2013 ADVA Optical Networking. All rights reserved. Confidential.
    • 41. Let’s Proceed with the Dynamic Provisioning Demo 41 © 2013 ADVA Optical Networking. All rights reserved. Confidential.
    • 42. Workflow Monitored By Ganglia VM Playing Video Ganglia Double Link Bandwidth Migration Datacenter A 42 Datacenter B © 2013 ADVA Optical Networking. All rights reserved. Confidential.
    • 43. Summary • Optical network virtualization offers cloud providers & tenants high-bandwidth, low-latency connectivity on demand. • Different models for optical network virtualization exist. • A compromise between hiding the optical complexity and exposing the optical topology is required. • Open approaches based on standardized GMPLS or emerging OpenFlow technologies are possible. 43 © 2013 ADVA Optical Networking. All rights reserved. Confidential.
    • 44. Live Demo 44 © 2013 ADVA Optical Networking. All rights reserved. Confidential.
    • 45. Thank You info@advaoptical.com IMPORTANT NOTICE The content of this presentation is strictly confidential. ADVA Optical Networking is the exclusive owner or licensee of the content, material, and information in this presentation. Any reproduction, publication or reprint, in whole or in part, is strictly prohibited. The information in this presentation may not be accurate, complete or up to date, and is provided without warranties or representations of any kind, either express or implied. ADVA Optical Networking shall not be responsible for and disclaims any liability for any loss or damages, including without limitation, direct, indirect, incidental, consequential and special damages, alleged to have been caused by or in connection with using and/or relying on the information contained in this presentation. Copyright © for the entire content of this presentation: ADVA Optical Networking.

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