The Mobile-Cloud Era is Transforming Data Centers – How Should IT Respond?
 

The Mobile-Cloud Era is Transforming Data Centers – How Should IT Respond?

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Hear from Padmasree Warrior, chief technology and strategy officer of Cisco, to learn about the Data Center transformation for the next wave of opportunities created by the Internet of Everything. ...

Hear from Padmasree Warrior, chief technology and strategy officer of Cisco, to learn about the Data Center transformation for the next wave of opportunities created by the Internet of Everything. This presentation was given at Gartner Data Center, Las Vegas, December 2013.

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The Mobile-Cloud Era is Transforming Data Centers – How Should IT Respond? The Mobile-Cloud Era is Transforming Data Centers – How Should IT Respond? Presentation Transcript

  • Data Center Transformation in Mobile-Cloud Era How Should IT Respond? Padmasree Warrior Chief Technology and Strategy Officer ©2013 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 1
  • Technology Transitions Mobile Cloud New Breed of Apps Data & Analytics Internet of Things Growth & Innovation New Business Models Experience Expectations Globalization Security & Privacy Business Implications
  • The Next Generation of IT Business Opportunity CEO Objectives CIO Imperative Internet of Everything Innovative Enterprise Fast IT Application Economy Grow Revenue Future Proof Investments Every Company is a Technology Company Increase Productivity Compliance Flexible Business Models Application Centric Infrastructure “Flexible, Automated, Secure, Transformative” Business conversation Technology conversation View slide
  • Bridging Infrastructure to Applications New Business Models Applications Application Interfaces Services Unified Platform Policies and Automation Infrastructure Interfaces Infrastructure Physical and Virtual Physical + Virtual View slide
  • Cisco Confidential 5
  • Driving the Future of the Data Center Tiered Networks Most widely deployed platform in networking history Fabric Architectures Fabric Automation 28,000 UCS customers Fabric Path, Dynamic Fabric Automation 52,000 NX-OS customers Application Centric Infrastructure Federated Clouds Hybrid Cloud ACI innovations, Solid State Flash Cisco ONE, Open Source Nexus, UCS Catalyst 6500, MDS Connectivity Virtualization Broadest Set of Use Cases Simplification Operational / Risk Models Agility Federation Investment Protection
  • Unified Computing System 1 Unify Fabrics 2 Integrate Computing 3 Embed Management 4 Optimize For Virtualization 5 Scale Without Complexity #2 in Blade Servers Worldwide with over 28,000 customers
  • Abstracting Management Out of the Server UCS SERVICE PROFILES 4     5      BIOS, Firmware Local storage configuration Boot order/targets I/O Adapter type and quantity Network/SAN configuration UUIDs, WWNs, MACs Resource Pool assignments  BIOS, Firmware Local storage configuration Boot order/targets I/O Adapter type and quantity Network/SAN configuration UUIDs, WWNs, MACs Resource Pool assignments  Memory   6 UUIDs, WWNs, MACs Resource Pool assignments     Subject matter expert define policies Policies used to create service profile templates Service profile templates create service profiles Associating service profiles with hardware configures servers automatically
  • Bridging Infrastructure to Applications New Business Models Applications Application Interfaces Services APPLICATION REQUIREMENTS PERFORMANCE Unified Platform SECURITY Policies and Automation MANAGEABILITY Infrastructure Interfaces AVAILABILITY Infrastructure Physical and Virtual Physical + Virtual
  • A New OPEN Operating Model is Required TODAY’S SDN DATACENTER MODEL FUTURE OPEN MODEL Software-Based Network Virtualization • Lacks Scale, Visibility, Security • More Complexity • Decreases Reliability • Disjointed Overlay and Underlay • Increases Costs Application Centric Infrastructure Network Virtualization Open Single Point of Control and Management (Policy) Application Policy and Automation Physical and Virtual Scale and Security Visibility and Troubleshooting Simplicity
  • Bridging Infrastructure to Applications PERFORMANCE SECURITY MANAGEABILITY AVAILABILITY APPLICATION REQUIREMENTS Application Service Management Security, Policy & PERFORMANCE Compliance Orchestration SECURITY API LAYER Provisioning MANAGEABILITY Infrastructure Security CISCO ONE PLATFORM Element Management DC WAN SECURITY AVAILABILITY & Policy ACCESS
  • Open Ecosystem AUTOMATION TOOLS APPLICATION REQUIREMENTS Service Management ORCHESTRATION AND SYSTEM MANAGEMENT ECOSYSTEM Application Security, Policy & Compliance Orchestration API LAYER Provisioning Infrastructure Security CISCO ONE PLATFORM Element Management STORAGE & Policy SECURITY AND NETWORK SERVICES ECOSYSTEM HYPERVISOR DC WAN SECURITY ACCESS
  • Cisco ONE (Open Network Environment) CISCO ONE PLATFORM PROVISIONING Policy-based Management and Security Application Policy Infrastructure Domain Controller Controller Application Centric Infrastructure for Next Generation Data Centers Physical & Virtual Domain Controller Domain Controller DC WAN ACCESS Common Policy Engine Network Wide Security & Services Investment Protection Flexible Licensing
  • Application Centric Infrastructure A P P L I C AT I O N N E T W O R K P O L I C Y Open Source Physical Networking Virtual Services Open Community A Simplified Network Open APIs SINGLE POINT OF MANAGEMENT Focus on Applications, not Infrastructure Industry’s 1st Adaptive System That Enables Application Agility, Automation and Visibility Application Policy Oriented Management Enables Application Agility Automates and Unifies Physical and Virtual Networks Leading Edge Performance and Unprecedented Scale
  • ACI Building Blocks Next Generation Nexus — Traditional Networks NEXUS 9500 and 9300 INNOVATIONS IN SOFTWARE HARDWARE AND SYSTEM DESIGN PRICE PERFORMANCE PORT DENSITY PROGRAMMABILITY POWER EFFICIENCY OPTIMIZED NX-OS >_ >_ RESILIENCY: IN SERVICE PATCHING, UPGRADE, FAST RESTART 50% SIMPLER CODE BASE FUTURE PROOF UPGRADABLE TO ACI NETWORK VIRTUALIZATION SUPPORT PROGRAMMABILITY AND AUTOMATION
  • ACI Building Blocks Future Proof — Software Upgradable To ACI OPEN RESTFUL APIS CENTRALIZED POLICY MODEL OPEN SOURCE APIC CONTROLLER POLICY MODEL and 9300 NEXUS 9500 ACI
  • Application Centric Infrastructure Agility Simplicity Automation and Visibility Performance and Scale Security INNOVATION IN SOFTWARE, ASICS AND SYSTEM DESIGN Open
  • Agility: Any Application, Anywhere — Physical and Virtual Common Application Network Profile WEB F/W ADC APP ADC DB Extensible APIC Scripting Model SLA QoS CONNECTIVITY POLICY SECURITY Security POLICIES Load Balancing QOS BANDWIDTH RESERVATION AVAILABILITY APPLICATION NETWORK PROFILE HYPERVISOR HYPERVISOR HYPERVISOR APPLICATION L4-L7 SERVICES STORAGE AND COMPUTE
  • Federated Clouds – Taking Advantage of the World of Many Clouds Hybrid Cloud Public Cloud Services Private Cloud Traditional Data Center
  • Open Approach to Architectures and Applications Power of the Ecosystem Business Apps Analytics and Big data Databases Cloud Apps Collaboration Applications HANA & BWA Cisco Unified Management FLEXPOD HDS UCP Cisco UCS Cisco Servers with Intel® Xeon® processors VSPEX VBLOCK Cisco Nexus Desktop Virtualization