Cisco Prime for IP NGN

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Cisco Prime for IP Next -Generation Networks (IP NGN) drastically simplifies the design, provisioning, and management of carrier - grade networks.

This comprehensive solution centralizes and automates service design, fulfillment, assurance, and performance analysis to help you lower costs while meeting high customer expectations.

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Cisco Prime for IP NGN

  1. 1. © 2011 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Connect 11© 2012 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.Toronto, CanadaMay 30, 2013Cisco Primefor IP NGNDan JeromeConsulting Systems Engineer
  2. 2. © 2011 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 2Cisco ConfidentialCisco Connect 2© 2012 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.The Cisco Prime Carrier Management solutionapplied to the Next-Generation NetworksArchitectural Play drastically simplifies the design,provisioning and management of carrier-gradenetworks.This comprehensive solution centralizes andautomates service design, fulfillment, assuranceand performance analysis to help you lower costswhile meeting high customer expectations.
  3. 3. Agenda• OverviewPrime for IP NGN• Resource ManagementPhysical InventoryLogical InventoryTopology• Service ProvisioningService Building BlocksService Creation• Service AssuranceService Discovery and TroubleshootingAlarm ManagementPerformance Management• SummaryOperationsFulfillment AssuranceBilling & RevenueManagementOperations Support& ReadinessService Management &OperationsResource Management &OperationsSupplier/Partner RelationshipManagementCustomer RelationshipManagementRetention & LoyaltyCustomer Interface ManagementSellingResource Data Collection & DistributionSupplier/Partner Interface ManagementS/PPerformanceManagementS/P ProblemReporting &ManagementS/PRequisitionManagementResourceProvisioningResourceTroubleManagementResourcePerformanceManagementServiceQualityManagementServiceProblemManagementCustomerQoS / SLAManagementS/P Settlements& PaymentsManagementService Guiding& MediationMarketingFulfillmentResponseS/PRMSupport &ReadinessSM&OSupport &ReadinessRM&OSupport &ReadinessCRMSupport &ReadinessServiceConfiguration& ActivationOrderHandlingProblemHandlingeTOM 8.0 OPSBill Payments & Receivables Mgt.Bill InvoiceManagementManageBilling Events ChargingBill InquiryHandlingResource Mediation& ReportingManageWorkforce
  4. 4. © 2012 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Connect 4Overview
  5. 5. Cisco Prime Carrier Management• Operational scale: Integrated operatorworkflows across the IP Next GenerationNetwork, from the Core and Data Center to theSubscriber Access• Improved customer experience: Centralizednetwork visibility and advanced troubleshootingand diagnostics capabilities• Lower total cost of ownership:Pre-integrated network management softwarecomponents running in complete virtualizedenvironment• Eases Service Provider network transitions:Single integrated solution supporting bothlegacy and current network technologiesCisco PrimeTMCentralCiscoPrime NetworkCisco PrimeOpticalNBICisco PrimePerformance ManagerCisco PrimeProvisioningMobile ServicesCloud & Managed ServicesVideo ServicesIP Next Generation Network
  6. 6. Cisco Prime Carrier ManagementNGN Architectural Play Context: Prime for IP NGNCisco PrimeCentralCisco PrimePerformance ManagerCisco PrimeProvisioningCisco PrimeOpticalCisco PrimeNetworkDesign AnalyzeAssureFulfillNBI
  7. 7. © 2012 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Connect 7ResourceManagement
  8. 8. Inventory is an Important Asset
  9. 9. What Else can be in our Inventory?RoutingTableForwardingTableVRFDevice Configuration Logical ModelConfiguration ObjectsVRFVRFGlobal
  10. 10. Logical Inventory• NMS can Investigate Device Configuration and Represent it in its User Interface
  11. 11. Unified MPLS Mobile Transport SolutionLogical Inventory Mobile Transport Gateway (MTG)vrf LTE2address-family ipv4 unicastimport route-target1001:100110:10110:102export route-target1001:1001interface GigabitEthernet0/1/0/5description By VPNSC: Job Id# =58 (to IXIA:: G2/1 VPN)vrf LTE2ipv4 address 112.1.1.1255.255.255.252no shutdown
  12. 12. … From Logical Inventory to Topology123Layer 1Layer 2Layer 3Physical Layer123ProtocolstacksRoutingTableTerminationPointsLinks
  13. 13. Network Discovery• Faster and more cost effectiveTransport, Packet Transport, MPLS,Carrier Ethernet and RAN Backhaulmanagement with automatic discoveryof all network components• Complete end-to-end visibility of allnetwork elements, covering a widerange of Cisco Products from edge toaccess, aggregation and core• Physical and Logical Topologies• Support for multivendor IP devices3rd party supportTransport MapsPhysical andLogical Maps
  14. 14. © 2012 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Connect 14ServiceProvisioning
  15. 15. TDM and λ Service Delivery• Simple point-and-click provisioningof SONET, SDH and DWDMnetworks• Up-to-date support of current andnew technologies• Graphical circuit trace fortroubleshooting servicesCircuit wizard stepsGraphical Circuit Trace (High Level and Detailed)Define Circuit PropertiesSelect Source and DestinationReview the Routing
  16. 16. Service Provisioning ComponentsModelsPolicies & Resource PoolsProvisioning LogicSmart diff & mergeConfiguration auditServicePoliciesServiceIntentResourcePoolsSchedulerServiceRequestsServiceNetworkStatePolicyInventory
  17. 17. Service DesignDefined Service PoliciesL3 VPN6VPEMulticast VPNIPv4/IPv6ManagementVPN & managedCPEBGP LoadsharingPE-CE RoutingprotocolsEthernet accessEVC/ServiceInstanceCarrier EthernetE-LINEE-LANE-TREEPseudowireVPLSH-VPLSVLAN TagManipulationEthernet accessMS-PW w /redundancyATMVP VCPW RedundancyEthernetinterworkingMS-PW w /redundancyTDM CircuitEmulationCESoPSN,SAToPE1, T1, SONETControllersChannelizationMS-PW w /redundancyMPLS-TEE2E & FRR PathCalc.Traffic AdmissionLink configurationTunnel discoveryBackup tunnel re-optimizationMPLS-TPWorkingProtected PathCalc.Label discoveryTopologydiscoveryTopology Change
  18. 18. © 2012 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Connect 18• Service state is stored in a ‘Service Request’ (SR)• A history of all changes is kept (Including after decommissioning)• The SR can be edited, then deployment can be scheduled at a later time• The SR can be canceled so that resources are releasedstart endDeployed DeletedCreate Deploy Decommission PurgeModifyCancelRequestedService Request Lifecycle
  19. 19. © 2012 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Connect 19• Service Provisioning is controlled via ’ServiceProfiles’ and ‘Service Requests’• Deployment Process:• Read configuration from device• Compare with intent• Generate configuration differences• Apply configuration• Read configuration from device• Audit configuration• Report• Scheduled Audits can be used to detectunexpected configuration deviationsTask Scheduler DatabasehttpdRepositoryWorkerRepositoryGTL / DCSProvisioningJDBCConnectionsJDBCConnectionsJDBCConnectionsTelnet / SSHConnectionsJava RMIConnectionsJava RMIConnectionsTIBCOEventBusJSP Actions RepositorySchedulerServiceRequestProvisioningJobService Requestprocessed andnew ConfiggeneratedConfig sent todevice and thenauditedProvisioning Under the Hood
  20. 20. Change and Configuration Management• Archive/backup configurations• View, compare, remove, export,search, and restore configurations• Synchronize devices with differentrunning and startup configurations• Configuration change history, logsand reports• Schedule, i.e.: during authorizedmaintenance window• Operations scheduled to act ondynamic device groupsDashboardConfigurationArchive
  21. 21. Manage Device Configurations• Automatic archive, change history and device configuration comparisonwith color coding• Network wide operationsperformed in bulk• Basic compliance checking
  22. 22. © 2012 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Connect 22Service Assurance
  23. 23. In-Depth Visibility into Transport Layer• Realistic view of the device tofacilitate NOC and technicianinteraction• DWDM/TDM topology andmultilayer link management• Node provisioning and facilitiesconfiguration using NetworkElement ExplorerLogical and PhysicalInventoryTransport Maps
  24. 24. In-Depth Visibility into Packet Transport Network• Discovery of physical topology among devices• Topological views that identify the location and severity of alarms• Common launch point for the majority of element management operations• Up-to-date display of network event, state, and configuration changes
  25. 25. Service Visualization• Enables visualization of the services configured on the network• Ability to visualize services such as cross-connects, ethernet services, MPLS-TPtunnels, pseudowires, VLAN’s, VPLS, MPLS VPN’s• Overlays allow viewing which devices and links are part of a specific service (VPN,Pseudowire, VLAN, MPLS-TP, clocking … etc)VPN ServicePseudowireOverlay
  26. 26. In-Depth VisibilityExample: RAN Backhaul Network• Full visibility into SAToP,CESoPSN, and ATM configurationson cell site and aggregation routers• Enables operator to view virtualconnections for cellular trafficacross a packet network• Clocking:• ITU-T Synchronous Ethernet (SynchE)• IEEE 1588-2008• Adaptive Clock Recovery (ACR)SyncE ClockingT1/E1 Circuit Emulation Properties
  27. 27. Path Tracer• Path Tracer enables end-to-end route tracing to be performed with information displayedsimultaneously for the multiple networking layersUses network model to trace route and display traffic stats per hop, across technologies and layersDevices in the route path are queried at a greater frequency to provide near real-time statistics• Includes all properties at Layer 1, 2 and 3, plus alarm information, counters, and more• View multiple paths between the source and destination
  28. 28. Alarms and Topology• NOC operator activities are triggered byalarms or fault notifications• Alarm indications available in variousviewsAlarm Dashboard & AlarmBrowserTopology View withAlarm IndicationAlarmed Link
  29. 29. Components Involved in Fault ManagementPrimeCentralPrimePerformance Manager Prime ProvisioningPrime Optical Prime NetworkDesign Fulfill AssureNBICustomer Manager of Manager
  30. 30. Alarm ManagementPrime Central• Collects alarms from underlyingDomain Managers• Cross Domain Event Management• Aggregation, Correlation and De-duplication rule-based• Portlet with Customized Views andFilters• Full Alarm Lifecycle Support• Seamless X-Launch of SourceDomain Manager
  31. 31. Alarm ManagementPrime Network• Through Prime Network’s modeling of the topological relationship between networkelements, it is possible to reduce the alarms and help the user to identify the root cause• This modeling enables: Local event reduction: regular-expression filters (dropping), suppression of flapping events, etc. Grouping of related events (same cause) into alarms Alarm correlation, to identify causalityLocal correlation: alarms emitted within a single NETopology-based correlation: alarms from multiple NEs
  32. 32. Alarm ManagementPrime Performance Manager• Prime Performance Manager provides ability to define thresholds on Key PerformanceIndicators (KPI’s)• When a KPI is crossed, an alert can be raised• Threshold Customizations Available: Applicable to single device or group of devices Testing Interval Scheduling – date/time range Alarm Severity Onset and Abate Occurences
  33. 33. Performance Monitoring Network congestion monitoringClass-based QoS, TE tunnels Network resource monitoringDevice and interface utilization and availability Network service monitoringPseudowire, EVC and EVC QoS, IP SLA,Ethernet OAM, MPLS segments, LDP, Inline video monitoringSupport for multiple technologiesPer NPUPerClassPoliciesPerClassPoliciesPortpolicySharedGroupPolicyEFPPolicyEFPPolicyPre-Aggregation NodeASR-903, ME-3800X, 3600XCore NetworkMobile Access Network Aggregation NetworkCore NodeCRS-3, ASR-9000IP/MPLS TransportIP/MPLS TransportCore NodeCRS-3, ASR-9000Cell Site Gateway (CSG)ASR-901IP/MPLS TransportMobile TransportGateway (MTG) ASR-9000Aggregation NodeASR-9000
  34. 34. Performance ManagementKey Features• Dashboards present data from different sources on a single page• Information is viewable in both Tabular and Graphical Format• Dashboards can be modified and/or new ones created• Supports Threshold Crossing Alerts• 1000’s of built-in reportsIP-SLA, Y.1731, QoS,Service-level reporting – VPN, VLAN,pseudowireIPSLA reporting,including EOAM
  35. 35. © 2012 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Connect 35Summary
  36. 36. © 2012 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Connect 36Prime for IP NGN SolutionKey CapabilitiesCisco PrimeCentralCisco PrimePerformance ManagerCisco PrimeProvisioningCisco PrimeOpticalCisco PrimeNetworkDesign AnalyzeAssureFulfillNBI• Physical/Logical Inventory• Complete Network Discovery• Physical/Logical Topology Discovery• Image and Configuration Management• Service Provisioning and Activation• Resource Management• Service Visualization• Service Path Tracing• Alarm Management• Root Cause Analysis• Performance Monitoring• Threshold Monitoring
  37. 37. Prime for IP NGN Solution Benefits• Accelerate service deploymentSignificantly reduce time to deploy services consistently with GUI-based provisioning• Lower capital expenditure (CapEx)Maximize existing network investment through efficient utilization of network resources and assets• Reduce operating expenses (OpEx)Lower operating costs through a central point of access that enables efficient execution of design,fulfillment, assurance and analysis tasks• Reduce Mean Time to Repair (MTTR)Powerful visualization and troubleshooting tools provide rapid fault isolation and repair of network issues• Increase operational efficiencyLeverage automation and seamless integration between domain managers and service lifecyclemanagement applications
  38. 38. © 2012 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Connect 38Grow ARPUIncreaseloyaltyRapid time torevenueDifferentiatedand newservicesLow-costoperatorImprove QoSand SLASession Take AwayPoint and Click UI forService ProvisioningPolicy that can beadapted to theOperationConfigurationManagementLarge set ofTroubleshooting ToolsProactive Monitoring ofthe network
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  40. 40. © 2012 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Connect 40Thank you.

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