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  • In an open environment like Cloud, security is critical. After all, this is about inviting users INTO the cloud, not keeping them out. It’s about data flowing freely—and safely. We have flows between servers, we have flows between data centers and we have flows between the client and the data center. Those are the critical flows that must be secured.To help our customers understand the best practices to secure these flows, to understand how to best leverage our technology, and to accelerate their path to success, Juniper has five security solution modules.In the past, when people secured the flows, we found that appliances were being applied organically. As new applications came up, as new flows occurred, a new firewall would be installed in an organic basis. There is a much better way to do that using the SRX technology. We can apply the lessons of the cloud to secure the cloud. We can take these disparate appliances and we can pool them into a single virtualized pool of security services that can be shared across any flow of the data center.Coordinated threat control is also a very critical capability. We can take knowledge of the identity and location of the user and of the application itself and apply more precise and granular policies to the environment. More secure with less obtrusion and a better experience.Finally, we can use Junos SPACE as the single point to provision all policies across the network and report threats for compliance.
  •  The new network is:FastSecureScalableReliableAnd simple It answers the demands of businesses for better experience and economics. And enables solutions that bring innovation to a new level with applications that allow business solutions to be delivered for specific industries. These are often in preconfigured solutions that speed implementation and reduce cost. T: Juniper’s approach is based on innovation.
  • Parting the mists of cloud computing 030211 print

    1. 1. Parting the mists of cloud computing<br />Nigel Stephenson<br />Cloud Expo, London<br />Feb 3rd 2011<br />
    2. 2. NO NETWORK; NO CLOUD<br />Cloud networking: <br />Network is the key to connecting users to services and applications<br />Data Centers<br />Clients<br />Global High-Performance Network<br />SaaS<br />Mobile<br />Home<br />PaaS<br />Branch<br />IaaS<br />Campus<br />
    3. 3. NO NETWORK; NO CLOUD<br />Cloud networking: <br />Network is the key to connecting users to services and applications<br />Cloud networking: <br />Service production AND service delivery overa unified network platform<br />Data Centers<br />Clients<br />Global High-Performance Network<br />SaaS<br />Mobile<br />Application services<br />Home<br />PaaS<br />Platform services<br />Branch<br />IaaS<br />Infrastructure services<br />Elastic<br />Shared<br />Dynamic<br />Secure<br />Campus<br />
    4. 4. 5<br />UNPRECEDENTED NETWORK TRAFFIC drives need for innovation<br />Worldwide internet traffic, 1990-2020 PB/month<br /># of Connections<br />180,000<br />160,000<br />140,000<br />120,000<br />100,000<br />80,000<br />60,000<br />40,000<br />20,000<br />Machine ToMachine?<br />Forecast Model<br />+27%<br />2008-2020CAGR<br />17x Growth2008-2020<br />+32%<br />Video<br />WWW is born<br />Digital decade<br />+20%<br />Non-video <br />1990<br />1993<br />1996<br />1999<br />2002<br />2005<br />2008<br />2011<br />2014<br />2017<br />2021<br />Source: Juniper, Cisco, MINTS<br />
    5. 5. COMMUNICATIONS REVOLUTION<br />Networks & Software…. Rocket Fuel!!!!<br />.3<br />Facebook - 2007<br />4<br />WWW - 1984<br />13<br />Television - 1946<br />16<br />PC - 1972<br />38<br />Radio- 1922<br />Years to 50 million users<br />
    6. 6. UNPRECEDENTED NETWORK TRAFFIC drives need for innovation<br />Worldwide service provider revenue vs. investments with innovation, 2003-2009 $ in USD Billion<br />Worldwide service provider revenue vs. investments with innovation, 2003-2020 $ in USD Billion<br />$1,500<br />Forecast Model<br />$500<br />$1,250<br />$400<br />$1,000<br />Revenue<br />$750<br />$300<br />$500<br />Investment<br />$200<br />$250<br />$100<br />2003<br />2003<br />2005<br />2004<br />2007<br />2005<br />2009<br />2011<br />2006<br />2013<br />2007<br />2015<br />2008<br />2017<br />2009<br />2019<br />Historical Investment in Internet<br />Historical Revenue from Internet<br />Forecasted Investment in Internet<br />Forecasted Revenue from Internet<br />Source: Juniper, Cisco, MINTS, Infonetics<br />Note: Analysis includes cable operators, wireline, and wireless<br />
    7. 7. VALUE IS SHIFTING FROM BASIC SERVICES TO LONG TAIL OF SERVICES/APPLICATIONS<br />Telco<br />Web2.0<br />Long tail services<br />Voice<br />Revenue potential increases<br />with number of applications<br />Content services<br />App <br />stores<br />Data<br />Downloadable apps<br />Advertising<br />User shared content<br />SaaS<br />Third party services<br />Web 2.0 services<br />Blogs, Forums<br />Community<br />Service<br /><ul><li>Need to implement new services rapidly and add value for subscribers while reducing the cost of delivering new services
    8. 8. Flexibility to expose the common set of capabilities to different parties based on reusable components
    9. 9. Outsourcing application development</li></li></ul><li>Delivering innovation<br />Across the Network<br />On the Client<br />In the Network<br />
    10. 10. But what about the Network?<br />What if there were 10 AWS customers doing this?<br />CASE STUDY: livestream.com<br /><ul><li>Livestream (previously Mogulus) is a live broadcast platform on the internet
    11. 11. Producers can use the Livestream browser-based Studio application to create LIVE, scheduled & on-demand internet TV –broadcast anywhere on the web thru a single player widget
    12. 12. Entirely hosted on Amazon Web Services
    13. 13. On US Election night Livestream ramped to:
    14. 14. 87000 videos @500kbps = 43.5 Gbps
    15. 15. 486 Channels: Amazon Web elastically provided the compute power and bandwidth to meet the increased demand</li></li></ul><li>Attributes requiring<br />A ‘Cloud Networking’ <br />Approach<br />The challenges for cloud deployments<br />
    16. 16. 4 Steps towards cloud services networks<br />And innovators lead the way…<br />1. Simplify and scale the datacenter network<br />2. Provide secure and scalable user access<br />3. Deliver a secure and elastic wan<br />4. Orchestrate cloud services to deliver the ‘right’ user experience<br />
    17. 17. 1. Simplify and scale the datacenter<br />Global High-Performance Network<br />Clients<br />Data Centers<br />SaaS<br />SIMPLIFYING AND SCALING THE DC NETWORK<br />Mobile<br />Home<br />PaaS<br />Branch<br />IaaS<br />Campus<br />
    18. 18. 1. Simplify and scale the datacenter<br />Juniper’s data center fabric<br />Juniper two-tier data center<br />Legacy three-tierdata center<br />1.<br />2.<br />3.<br />Up to 75% of traffic<br />E<br />W<br />The Stratus Project<br />
    19. 19. 1. Simplify and scale the datacenter<br />SERVERS<br />Network FabricData Plane<br /><ul><li>Flat
    20. 20. Any-to-any</li></ul>Control Plane<br /><ul><li>Single device
    21. 21. Shared state</li></ul>N=1<br />ROUTERS, SWITCHES<br />APPLIANCES<br />STORAGE<br />
    22. 22. 2. Deliver secure and scalable user access<br />Global High-Performance Network<br />Clients<br />Data Centers<br />Consistent and Simplified User Experience <br />SaaS<br />Seamless Mobility and Access to Cloud Services<br />Mobile<br />Authenticated, Identity-aware, Location-Aware<br />Home<br />PaaS<br />Secure Mobile Connectivity<br />Application Performance<br />Branch<br />IaaS<br />Theft Protection<br />Data LossPrevention<br />Personal<br />Firewall<br />Monitor<br />Control<br />AntiSpam<br />Campus<br />AntiVirus<br />
    23. 23. JUNIPER CAN TAKE disparate appliances and pool them into a single virtualized pool of security services that can be shared across any flow of the data center<br />Data Centers<br />Global High-Performance Network<br />Clients<br />Client to DC<br />Virtualized<br />Security<br />Services<br />Server to Server<br />End-to-End Security<br />
    24. 24. 4. Orchestrated cloud services<br />Global High-Performance Network<br />Clients<br />Data Centers<br />End to End Orchestration<br />SaaS<br />Mobile<br />Juniper and 3rd Party Apps and Integration<br />Application services<br />Home<br />PaaS<br />Full Automation<br />Platform services<br />Branch<br />IaaS<br />Infrastructure services<br />Smartphones, Tablets, PCs<br />Junos SDK<br />Campus<br />
    25. 25. JUNOS SPACECONNECTING APPLICATIONS TO THE NETWORK<br />Applications<br />and <br />Services<br />App<br />App<br />App<br />SDK/API<br />Network Insight<br />Security Insight<br />Subscriber Insight<br />Real-time Network & Subscriber Visibility<br />Real-Time Provisioning<br />Network Application Platform<br />Real-Time Visibility andCorrelation<br />
    26. 26. THE NEW NETWORK EQUATION<br />New network<br />Ecosystem innovation<br />Network innovation<br />High Performance Networking <br />Partner Solutions<br />Accelerated Innovation & Competition Drives …<br />Fast<br />New, better experiences<br />Profitable<br />Secure<br />New flexibility & agility <br />Versatile<br />Scalable<br />Dynamic<br />New customer solutions<br />Reliable<br />Open<br />$<br />Profitable business<br />Simple<br />

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