Cloud 2.0: Global Network Design Requirements

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This is the slide deck that Ciena's Brian Lavallee presented at the PTC'13 conference. The topic covered the evolution of cloud computing, and how these changes are creating the need to improve global networks (including submarine networks) to enable lower network latency and performance on demand.

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Cloud 2.0: Global Network Design Requirements

  1. 1. Reference Definition
  2. 2. Reference Definition “Cloud computing is a model for enabling ubiquitous, convenient, on-demand network access to a shared pool of configurable computing resources (e.g., networks, servers, storage, applications, and services) that can be rapidly provisioned and released with minimal management effort or service provider interaction.” Source: National Institute of Standards and Technology (Special Publication 800-145, September 2011)
  3. 3. Evolution vs. Revolution Cloud 1.0 Software/Storage as a Service (SaaS) Simple services, simple architecture 1.0 ex: email, billing, CRM, collaboration, gaming, storage… Cloud 2.0 Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) Moving the Enterprise-class infrastructure into the Cloud 2.0 Requirements: No infrastructure management impacts No infrastructure performance impacts No infrastructure security impacts On-demand, pay-per-use
  4. 4. Changing Traffic Patterns & Applications Users to Content Content to Content Data Center Data CenterResidential Aggregate Storage Wireless Compute ExpressEnterprise Network The network dictates the end user experience be it man or machine
  5. 5. Key Network Design Requirements Software-Defined Networks (SDN) High Network In-Flight Data Low Latency Performance Capacity Resilience Security on Demand 100G Optical Smart Mesh Strong Optical Network Transport Topologies Encryption Domain Hypervisor
  6. 6. Key Network Design Requirements Software-Defined Networks (SDN) High Network In-Flight Data Low Latency Performance Performance Capacity Resilience Security on Demand on Demand 100G Optical Smart Mesh Strong Optical Network Transport Topologies Encryption Domain Network Hypervisor Hypervisor
  7. 7. … the Cable Landing Station Terrestrial – Submarine Network Demarcation Metro/Regional Terrestrial Backhaul Cable Landing Station Wet Plant NID Head XCON TLTE TLTE SIE SLTE AMP End PoP-to-PoP SLTE AMP ROADM
  8. 8. Key Network Design Requirements Software-Defined Networks (SDN) High Network In-Flight Data Low Latency Performance Capacity Resilience Security on Demand 100G Optical Smart Mesh Strong Optical Network Transport Topologies Encryption Domain Hypervisor
  9. 9. Cloud/IT-Driven Network Performance-on-Demand Cloud Operating System Federation of Clouds (Provider, Enterprise, and 3rd party) Enables optimal placement and migration of workloads Orchestration of ALL resources through domain hypervisors Server Storage Virtualization Virtualization Hypervisor Hypervisor Server Storage Farms Arrays
  10. 10. Cloud/IT-Driven Network Performance-on-Demand Cloud Operating System Federation of Clouds (Provider, Enterprise, and 3rd party) Enables optimal placement and migration of workloads Orchestration of ALL resources through domain hypervisors  Discover resources under its control Server Storage Network Maintain view of all client ports, Virtualization Virtualization Virtualization inter-DC WAN links, E2E paths Available/used bandwidth for each link Latency, cost, specific routes… Hypervisor Hypervisor Hypervisor  Dynamically allocate, adjust, delete E2E network resources, as required Immediately on-demand or scheduled Server Storage Data Center Farms Arrays Connectivity  Provide utilization statistics Billing, modeling, network analysis
  11. 11. Network Hypervisor in Action Provider “Cloud OS” Enterprise Data Center Provider Data Center Compute Compute Storage Storage Elastic Performance-on-Demand Cloud Network Enterprise Cloud Service Provider
  12. 12. Network Hypervisor in Action Order Management Provider “Cloud OS” Enterprise Data Center Provider Data Center Compute Compute Storage Storage Elastic Performance-on-Demand Cloud Network Enterprise Cloud Service Provider
  13. 13. Network Hypervisor in Action Order Management Provider “Cloud OS” Enterprise Data Center Provider Data Center Compute Compute Storage Storage Elastic Performance-on-Demand Cloud Network Enterprise Cloud Service Provider
  14. 14. Network Hypervisor in Action Order Management Provider “Cloud OS” Enterprise Data Center Provider Data Center Compute Compute Storage Storage Elastic Performance-on-Demand Cloud Network Enterprise Cloud Service Provider
  15. 15. Network Hypervisor in Action Order Management Provider “Cloud OS” Enterprise Data Center Provider Data Center Compute Compute Storage Storage Elastic Performance-on-Demand Cloud Network Enterprise Cloud Service Provider
  16. 16. Network Hypervisor in Action Order Management Provider “Cloud OS” Enterprise Data Center Provider Data Center Compute Compute Storage Storage Elastic Performance-on-Demand Cloud Network Enterprise Cloud Service Provider
  17. 17. Network Hypervisor in Action Order Management Provider “Cloud OS” $$$ Billing $$$ Enterprise Data Center Provider Data Center Compute Compute Storage Storage Elastic Performance-on-Demand Cloud Network Enterprise Cloud Service Provider
  18. 18. Impact on Global Network Designs Cloud 2.0 Infrastructure moves deeper into the Cloud will accelerate forward Differentiated Cloud Services Operators have a distinct advantage… end-to-end network control Global Data Center without Walls Geographically separated data centers unified together logically Intelligent Network Hypervisor Virtualizing the final piece of the Cloud puzzle… the network itself
  19. 19. Thank You

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