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Rob Lloyd Cisco Live Keynote

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Rob Lloyd, President, Development and Sales keynote presentation at Cisco Live 2014 in San Francisco, CA. …

Rob Lloyd, President, Development and Sales keynote presentation at Cisco Live 2014 in San Francisco, CA.

Learn how Cisco is moving fast with our partners to deliver on the promise of an intercloud: http://cs.co/jlbYThb1.

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  • 1. This presentation contains projections and other forward-looking statements regarding future events or the future financial performance of Cisco, including future operating results. These projections and statements are only predictions. Actual events or results may differ materially from those in the projections or other forward-looking statements. Please see Cisco’s filings with the SEC, including its most recent filings on Form 10-K and 10-Q, for a discussion of important risk factors that could cause actual events or results to differ materially from those in the projections or other forward-looking statements. Forward-looking Statements © 2014 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.
  • 2. Rob Lloyd President, Development and Sales
  • 3. Architectures Business Outcomes / Results Compute, Storage, Network ACI (SDN, SLN) Internet of Everything Process & Organization Changes Intercloud Application Centric Infrastructure Intercloud
  • 4. New Cloud Rules Emerging Speed Scale SecurityInnovation Data Sovereignty
  • 5. Private Cloud Public Cloud economics speed scale data sovereignty security control Striking the perfect balance Why Hybrid Cloud?
  • 6. Powering the Internet of Everything Private Hosted/ Managed Enterprise and Commercial Service Provider SaaS in Cloud Infrastructure#1 #1 in Cloud Infrastructure: Synergy Research Group
  • 7. Powering the Internet of Everything Enterprise Priorities !  Lower TCO !  Workload Flexibility !  Agility !  Compliance/Security Private Hosted/ Managed Enterprise and Commercial Service Provider SaaS in Hybrid Cloud#1 Public (Low Cost) Hybrid (Control) Partner Clouds (High Value) in Cloud Infrastructure#1 #1 in Cloud Infrastructure: Synergy Research Group
  • 8. Powering the Internet of Everything Private Hosted/ Managed in Hybrid Cloud#1 Enterprise and Commercial Service Provider SaaS in Cloud Infrastructure#1 Public (Low Cost) Hybrid (Control) Partner Clouds (High Value) Platform for Internet of Everything#1 M2P M2M P2P #1 in Cloud Infrastructure: Synergy Research Group
  • 9. What We’re Doing – Accelerating Cloud Services Enterprise Private Clouds Public Clouds Partner Clouds Intercloud Fabric APIs Portal APIs Enterprise Workloads Native Cloud Applications Big Data & Analytics Collaboration & Video HCS IaaS PaaS Microsoft Suite aaS DRaaS Meraki Analytics WebEx Security IOE aaS HANA aaS vDesktop aaS Cloud Services & Applications APIs
  • 10. Cloud Service Providers Geographic Reach Application Innovation Domain Expertise Data SovereigntyACI Enabled (SDN at Scale) Service Management Cisco Cloud Services Cisco Designed Offers Consistent User Experience World Class Economics OpenStack Based Intercloud Fabric Partner BrandedCisco Branded Co-Branded Cisco Branded + Partner Resale How We’re Going to Do It – Intercloud Ecosystem
  • 11. VIDEO – partners on Intercloud & ACI
  • 12. Cisco ACI Common Policy Model DATA CENTER ACCESSWAN Application Network Profile User/Things Network Profile APIC EMAPIC EM Consistent Policy Across Cloud, DC, WAN and Access CLOUD APPLICATION PROFILE USER PROFILE
  • 13. What ACI Brings to You 1 •  Operationally Simple •  Lowest TCO •  Zero-touch Provisioning 2 3 •  Performance and Scale •  Health Metrics •  Visibility / Telemetry •  Open APIs / Open Source •  Secure Multi-tenancy •  Extensive Ecosystem APPLICATION-CENTRIC POLICY MODEL PHYSICAL + VIRTUAL OPEN AND SECURE
  • 14. Workload Mobility: Cisco Intercloud Fabric Cisco Intercloud Fabric Customer Cloud Providers & Cisco Powered Services ChoiceOpen No Vendor Lock-In Any Hypervisor to Any Provider Heterogeneous Infrastructure End-to-End Security Unified Workload Management and Governance Workload Mobility Across Clouds
  • 15. Common Policy and Workload Mobility Across All Deployment Models PRIVATE MANAGED HOSTED PUBLIC ACI drives consistent policy across all deployment models
  • 16. Common Policy and Workload Mobility Across All Deployment Models PRIVATE MANAGED HOSTED PUBLIC ACI drives consistent policy across all deployment models Intercloud enables workload mobility with choice, consistency, control and compliance
  • 17. Soni Jiandani Senior Vice President, Insieme Business Unit
  • 18. Data Center Demands For the Cloud-Era VM Density and Server I/0 10G LAN on Motherboard2 Big Data IP Traffic 25% CAGR4 “Bare Metal” 75% physical servers1 Multi-Cloud ~45% of DC Multi-Hypervisor3 1. Morgan Stanley CIO Survey, 2013 2. HP 3. Information Week 2013 Virtualization Mgmt Survey, 2013 4. Cisco Global Cloud Index Forecast (2013-2017) Lower TCO | Workload Flexibility | Agility | Compliance/Security
  • 19. 40G Aggregation Scale and Performance Low latency, High Transaction Processing Capabilities Scalable multi-tenancy Availability with Multi-tenant scale End-host scale for v4/v6 Secure Multi- tenant cloud Solution based on Openness, Service Agility Open, Extensible Framework, Multi-hypervisor Support Agility, Automation CTC Programmability, Telemetry, Troubleshooting We Listened To You! Future Proof Investment in SDN, Open Solution, 10/40G
  • 20. 40G Aggregation Scale and Performance Low latency, High Transaction Processing Capabilities Scalable multi-tenancy Availability with Multi-tenant scale End-host scale for v4/v6 Secure Multi- tenant cloud Solution based on Openness, Service Agility Open, Extensible Framework, Multi-hypervisor Support Agility, Automation CTC Programmability, Telemetry, Troubleshooting We Listened To You! Future Proof Investment in SDN, Open Solution, 10/40G Scale 10/40/100G Open Policy Automation Multi-Tenant Security Telemetry Investment Protection Physical AND Virtual
  • 21. Cisco Application Centric Infrastructure Embracing SDN and Going Beyond APIC Extensible Ecosystem APIC APPLICATION COMPUTE NETWORK CLOUD STORAGE SECURITY Nexus 9000 Series
  • 22. Cisco Application Centric Infrastructure Embracing SDN and Going Beyond APIC Extensible EcosystemNexus 9000 Series L4-7 services Management Automation Hypervisors Integrated Infrastructure Standalone / ACI Ready
  • 23. APPLICATION-CENTRIC POLICY MODEL1 PHYSICAL + VIRTUAL 2 OPEN AND SECURE 3 Foundational Next-Generation Portfolio •  Standalone / ACI-Ready •  Programmable 10/40/100G* •  Investment Protection for Next Decade Nexus 9000 Series *100G Ready Goal: Modernize Your Data Center
  • 24. Physical Networking Hypervisors and Virtual Networking L4–L7 Services Multi DC WAN and Cloud Storage Compute Simplification — Application Centric Policy APIC WEB APP DBF/W ADC ADC APP APP APPWEB WEB WEB DB DB DB
  • 25. Operational Simplicity: Agility And Automation Latency Health Score Isolation Systems Telemetry25 Packets dropped •  Centralized, Policy-Based •  Cloud management integration •  Full mobility •  Real-time visibility: o  Tenant o  Application Latency Isolation Systems Telemetry 0 Packets dropped Health Score 0 0 0 7 0 0 0 6 VIRTUALPHYSICAL
  • 26. Open Standards OpFlexNSHVXLAN Open Source Open APIs RESTful APIs ( XML / JSON ) PowerShell /Python Clients Empowering Open Networking Communities “We‘re big believers in open standards and open architectures…so we have a say in how things evolve.” Major Financial Services Firm “We also believe Cisco’s open standards-based approach with the ACI OpFlex protocol makes ACI even stronger.” “ OpFlex demonstrates Cisco's commitment to an open, application centric approach to cloud services..” “Cisco OpFlex…makes it much easier for us to benefit from ACI and its policy model in our OpenStack deployment.”
  • 27. Centralized Security L4-7 Service Automation Security Policy Management Deep Visibility and Control Multi-Tenancy At Scale Compliance Lifecycle Management Systems Approach—Physical And Virtual
  • 28. Cisco ACI: Simply A Better Approach ACI Systems + ASICs+ Software Choice: Hypervisor/Open Source/ Operational Models Scale-out Performance Systems Approach Secure Workload Placement Application Visibility + Health Metrics Common Policy Model Physical + Virtual LOWER TCO SIMPLICITY,SCALE,SECURITY “DIY” Basic Switching White Box Merchant Silicon Traditional Switching Integrated Hardware and Switching Software Software Only Virtual Overlay VM-Based Policy SDN LAN Emulation VM Mobility Application and End-point Aware Scale Limitations Operational Disruptions Hypervisor Dependent
  • 29. Investment Protection: Extend ACI to Installed Base 1.  Leverage Existing Nexus/ IP Network 2.  Deploy ACI: New PoDs For Cloud Build Outs 3.  Extend ACI Model. Preserve - IP networks, L4-7 Services, Hypervisors Existing Nexus PoDs (2k-7k) ACI POLICY ACI Fabric Nexus 9500 / 9300 Nexus 9300 Nexus 7000 DCI PROFILE —Augment with Nexus 9300 Nexus 9300 ESX Hyper-V OVS Bare Metal AVS Bare Metal ESX Hyper-V OVS AVS
  • 30. DEMO: ACI Accelerates Application Lifecycle Specify Requirements Infrastructure and Policy Instantiation App Deployment Network Operations App Decommissioning CHALLENGE: How to Simplify and Rollout Applications Quickly?
  • 31. Rob Soderbery Senior Vice President, Enterprise Networking Group
  • 32. The Application-to-User Connection Access Performance Security POLICY PROFILE
  • 33. The Application-to-User Connection at Scale Access Performance Security POLICY PROFILE
  • 34. •  User/User-group •  Application/ Application-group •  Device Type •  Location •  Permit •  Deny •  Copy •  Monitor •  Redirect (L3, L4, L7) •  No copy •  No Monitor •  No Redirect •  Priority Level (Permit) •  Resource Level (Permit) •  Trust Level (Permit) •  Destination (Copy) •  Sample Rate (Copy) •  User/User-group •  Application/ Application-group •  Device Type •  Location Actions Action PropertiesToFrom Event Triggers Policy Properties ACI Enterprise Policy Construct Policy Creator Policy Group Policy Name Policy Scope Policy Priority Policy Time Start Time End Time Hard timeout Idle timeout recurrence
  • 35. Recurring Policy Properties Actions Action PropertiesToFrom Event Triggers All Employees Jabber with HD Video Permit High Priority QoS Policy Example
  • 36. Introducing Cisco APIC Enterprise Module Unique capabilities for WAN and Access networks Works across existing and new installations of Catalyst, ISR, ASR, WLC/MSE Extensible southbound interfaces, ONE PK, ODL, NETCONF/YANG, CLI REST APIs, ONE DevKit, rich developer program for partners, ISVs, internal developers APIC
  • 37. ACI and Developers: DevNet Applications from Cisco, Independent Software Vendors (ISVs), and Internal IT/CCIE/CCNA Developers Orchestration Cisco APIC Collaboration Security IoT Service Management ACI Policy-Based APIs—Cisco ONE DevKit User(s) Application/Resource Permit/Deny/Redirect Priority/QoS
  • 38. Cisco Meraki Cloud Managed Networks
  • 39. Cisco Meraki 100% cloud-managed networking solution Leader in cloud-managed networking Recognized for innovation Trusted by Thousands of Customers Worldwide
  • 40. Wireless LAN Security Appliances Switches Mobile Device Management Bringing the Cloud to Enterprise Networks
  • 41. Meraki Demo
  • 42. Cisco ONE Software Suites Simplify Software Pricing, Licensing and Packaging
  • 43. Building an ACI Network Controllers and Infrastructure Network and Security Services Management and Orchestration Software
  • 44. Current Model Evolution of Networking Software Separately Priced Items Hardware-Based Pricing—CapEx Based Limited Software Portability Cisco ONE Software Suites 3 Software Suites 3 Tiers Software Portability Lower TCO
  • 45. Cisco ONE Software Suites Data Center and Cloud Suite WAN Suite Access Suite
  • 46. Cisco ONE Roadmap Now Fall 2014 Early 2015 Customer Pilots Early Availability Subscription and Perpetual Licensing General Availability ELA and Subscription Licensing Models Smart Licensing
  • 47. Additional Keynotes Technology Trend Keynote – Cloud Technology Trend Keynote – Collaboration WEDNESDAY Technology Trend Keynote – Application Centric Infrastructure Industry Keynote – IoT Technology Trend Keynote – Security Technology Trend Keynote – Enterprise Solutions TUESDAY
  • 48. DevNet @ CiscoLive! – Developer Conference •  Dedicated DevNet Zone – Moscone West 2nd Floor •  Launching Cisco’s New Developer Program •  Building the Software Developer Ecosystem for ACI, IoE, Mobility and Collaboration Theatre Presentations Hands-on Coding Labs 24-Hour Hackathon Demo Pods NEW Tech Fund Project: Augmented Collab
  • 49. Why Intercloud? Application Centric InfrastructureExpansive Ecosystem Cloud-focused Network Services Intercloud Fabric Security, Data Sovereignty & Choice Cisco SaaS Applications and Leading ISVs
  • 50. Why Intercloud? Application Centric InfrastructureExpansive Ecosystem Cloud-focused Network Services Intercloud Fabric Security, Data Sovereignty & Choice Cisco SaaS Applications and Leading ISVs Platform for the Internet of Everything
  • 51. Forward-Looking Statements These presentation slides and related conference call may be deemed to contain forward-looking statements, which are subject to the safe harbor provisions of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995. These forward-looking statements include, among other things, statements regarding future events (such as statements regarding our growth and strategy) and the future financial performance of Cisco that involve risks and uncertainties. Readers are cautioned that these forward-looking statements are only predictions and may differ materially from actual future events or results due to a variety of factors, including: business and economic conditions and growth trends in the networking industry, our customer markets and various geographic regions; global economic conditions and uncertainties in the geopolitical environment; overall information technology spending; the growth and evolution of the Internet and levels of capital spending on Internet-based systems; variations in customer demand for products and services, including sales to the service provider market and other customer markets; the return on our investments in certain priorities, including our foundational priorities, and in certain geographical locations; the timing of orders and manufacturing and customer lead times; changes in customer order patterns or customer mix; insufficient, excess or obsolete inventory; variability of component costs; variations in sales channels, product costs or mix of products sold; our ability to successfully acquire businesses and technologies and to successfully integrate and operate these acquired businesses and technologies; our ability to achieve expected benefits of our partnerships; increased competition in our product and service markets, including the data center; dependence on the introduction and market acceptance of new product offerings and standards; rapid technological and market change; manufacturing and sourcing risks; product defects and returns; litigation involving patents, intellectual property, antitrust, shareholder and other matters, and governmental investigations; natural catastrophic events; a pandemic or epidemic; our ability to achieve the benefits anticipated from our investments in sales, engineering, service, marketing and manufacturing activities; our ability to recruit and retain key personnel; our ability to manage financial risk, and to manage expenses during economic downturns; risks related to the global nature of our operations, including our operations in emerging markets; currency fluctuations and other international factors; changes in provision for income taxes, including changes in tax laws and regulations or adverse outcomes resulting from examinations of our income tax returns; potential volatility in operating results; and other factors listed in Cisco’s most recent reports on Form 10-K and Form 10-Q. The financial information contained in these presentation slides and related conference call should be read in conjunction with the consolidated financial statements and notes thereto included in Cisco’s most recent reports on Form 10-K and Form 10-Q, as each may be amended from time to time. Cisco’s results of operations for prior periods are not necessarily indicative of Cisco’s operating results for any future periods. Any projections in these presentation slides and related conference call are based on limited information currently available to Cisco, which is subject to change. Although any such projections and the factors influencing them will likely change, Cisco will not necessarily update the information, since Cisco will only provide guidance at certain points during the year. Such information speaks only as of the date of these presentation slides and related conference call.

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