Slide Notes:The new ASR1K and 4451-X architecture allows us to deliver common applications in a variety of different ways.The same application can run at different performance levels inside the Linux host OS, on an internal Services Blade (NG-SRE), or on an external server.Applications connect to the network through a set of APIs that are common across Cisco platforms. (Connected Apps or ONE-P Service Sets)Some Cisco applications will also have components living within the data plane in the network. These will have better performance and tighter integration in the network with the application data plane integrated into the network data plane. Other portions of these applications can still exist in the same hosting options previously described. ETAB QuestionsHow compelling would it be to be able to run your own custom applications on future routers in a protected container?What applications (either Cisco, 3rd party, or your own) would you like to see on future routers?Would you buy an application to run on your router (in either the host OS or on a blade) from a 3rd party or a Cisco App-Store? Would you trust Cisco to protect the core router functionality enough to run additional applications in the router’s control plane?Does this answer change if it’s a Cisco app, 3rd party or your own custom application?If Cisco offered an consulting service to assist with the development of your own custom applications, would you use it?What support, if any, would you expect Cisco to provide for custom or 3rd party applications?
VM and Virtual Service are interchangeable terms for our purposes.
2 flavors – KVMvs LXC: KVM has complete isolation. LxC is shared resources (and generally better performance)
Install it, configure it, start it, manage it…
Name of service a tag that you choose. Disk is the media where the file is stored. Default is to store on harddisk (some platforms may not support other media for apps) This can take some time!!!!!
This just shows multiple things going on, but the config is for container-2. the other containers would need their own configs.
Sample of profiles
Once installed, then you need to activate to run the vm. The status is important. VirtPortgroup status tracks with the vm status.
Reference slide to show VM version and platform limits. Infra is vman version. What is committed and what is still available.
Details for a particular vm. Application version, reported by the app to the infra.
You can see the profiles for a particular vm, if they have implemented them. It shows what resources it will require as well in the detail option.
Here’s how you see the host / infra log (vman_R0.log, known as the ‘vman log’) TOP entry is NEWEST
Upgrade, if supported by the application itself. (Filesystem presented options to virt infra, not all applicable for upgrades)
WAAS license is tied to the router, not the module. Expand/change on demand up to 2500 connections for one price.Sizing above, assuming 10 Connections per userWAAS Express is great for Bandwidth reduction and simple, small offices that don’t require advanced application acceleration.WAAS on SRE gives a customer a complete solution for Advanced Application Acceleration.WAAS on UCS-E gives the same benefit as SRE, with additional capacity, along with capacity for other hosted services.New App License List costs: Previous DATA List: Delta Cost for WAAS: Previous cost for WAAS Express/Appliance: Savings:SL-19-AX-K9= $700 SL-19-DATA-K9= $600 $100 $1,000 / NA $900 / routerSL-29-AX-K9= $1,000 SL-29-DATA-K9= $700 $300 $2,000 / $15,500 $1,700 - $15,200 / routerSL-39-AX-K9= $2,000 SL-39-DATA-K9= $1,000 $1,000 $2,500 / $22,000 $1,500 - $21,000 / routerTo use WAAS Express: Select Maximum Memory when ordering.To use WAAS on SRE: Select SRE 910 Module when ordering.To use WAAS on UCS-E: Add UCS-E module to ISR-AX order with sufficient CPU/Disk/Memory to run vWAAS 1300/2500