Evolving networks
Network-as-a-Service is here
Evolution definition
evolution
ˌiˌvəˌluˌʃ(ə)n,ˌɛv-/
Noun
The process by which, over time, something undergoes
a positive c...
Evolution definition
elastic computing
Wikipedia
In cloud computing, elasticity is defined as the degree to
which a system...
The evolution of computing
Mainframe Distributed Servers High-Density Servers Virtual Machines
Terminal Desktop Applicatio...
Traditional connectivity model
5
 Point to Point services connecting locations to locations;
 Need to independently orde...
Elastic connectivity model
6
 Massive scalable bandwidth on demand;
 Ability to provision and de-provision circuits auto...
Introducing Megaport
The Elastic Connectivity Platform
Megaport innovation
Flat rate virtual cross connects (VXCs)
Fixed price virtual cross connects (VXCs) regardless of speed....
Megaport connects users to services
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Metro 1 Metro 2
Metro 3
Enterprise
Service Provider
Content Provider
Service Provide...
Megaport = OpenAPIArchitecture
Orchestration throughAPIArchitecture
IaaS + NaaS + Open API =
True Elastic Computing
NaaS (Megaport)API Integration
Full IaaS and NaasAPI Integration
Demonstration
Elastic Connectivity inAction
Progress So Far
The Elastic Connectivity Platform
Partnership and Channel
180+ Ports provisioned or in provisioning (100 Providers)
Rapidly expanding ecosystem of content a...
Who is on Megaport?
Who is on Megaport?
Where is Megaport?
Melbourne
NextDC M1
Melbourne DC 530 Collins*
AAPT 376 Flinders*
Primus 55 King*
Vocus 55 Crockford*
Ne...
Where is Megaport?
Melbourne
NextDC M1
Melbourne DC 530 Collins*
AAPT 376 Flinders*
Primus 55 King*
Vocus 55 Crockford*
Ne...
Megaport Expansion
Singapore May 2014
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Hong Kong August 2014
Further expansion in Asia in 2014
Investigating partnership...
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  • Demonstrate companies had mainframes in the early days, then PC/client server, had own data centres, moved to outsourced data centres, moving towards outsourced servers and now outsourced “compute” or IaaS/PaaS/SaaS
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  • Megaport's Bevan Slattery at CommsDay Summit 2014

    1. 1. Evolving networks Network-as-a-Service is here
    2. 2. Evolution definition evolution ˌiˌvəˌluˌʃ(ə)n,ˌɛv-/ Noun The process by which, over time, something undergoes a positive change, developing beneficial traits that are passed on as a foundation for future generations.
    3. 3. Evolution definition elastic computing Wikipedia In cloud computing, elasticity is defined as the degree to which a system is able to adapt to workload changes by provisioning and de-provisioning resources in an autonomic manner, such that at each point in time the available resources match the current demand as closely as possible (Wikipedia)
    4. 4. The evolution of computing Mainframe Distributed Servers High-Density Servers Virtual Machines Terminal Desktop Applications Client/Server Applications Web Hosting Web Applications Cloud Enabled Applications 1990 Client/Server 2000 Virtual Machines 1980 Mid/Mainframe 2010 IaaS/Cloud
    5. 5. Traditional connectivity model 5  Point to Point services connecting locations to locations;  Need to independently order cross connects each time;  Usually 12 months contract;  Lead times for services between 5 and 30 days;  Little flexibility in terms of access speeds;  No API integration/programmability. End User Provider Data Centre A Data Centre B
    6. 6. Elastic connectivity model 6  Massive scalable bandwidth on demand;  Ability to provision and de-provision circuits automatically;  Flexible contract terms (daily, monthly, yearly);  Provide an ability to upgrade/downgrade circuits on demand;  API feature capability to allow partner integration and automation;  Connect users to services via a large ecosystem of partners already connected to the fabric. End User ProviderCost
    7. 7. Introducing Megaport The Elastic Connectivity Platform
    8. 8. Megaport innovation Flat rate virtual cross connects (VXCs) Fixed price virtual cross connects (VXCs) regardless of speed. 8 New standard for minimum connections (10G) Creating a new minimum standard for flexible, high-bandwidth connectivity. New standard for high-bandwidth connections (100G) Providing an ultra-high bandwidth solution for high-performance, data intensive networks. Self provisioning via Megaportal Customers can provision their own services quickly via our unique service portal. On-demand networking Flexible service options with no need for long term contracts.
    9. 9. Megaport connects users to services 9 Metro 1 Metro 2 Metro 3 Enterprise Service Provider Content Provider Service Provider Content Provider Content Provider Enterprise Service Provider Enterprise Service Provider
    10. 10. Megaport = OpenAPIArchitecture
    11. 11. Orchestration throughAPIArchitecture
    12. 12. IaaS + NaaS + Open API = True Elastic Computing
    13. 13. NaaS (Megaport)API Integration
    14. 14. Full IaaS and NaasAPI Integration
    15. 15. Demonstration Elastic Connectivity inAction
    16. 16. Progress So Far The Elastic Connectivity Platform
    17. 17. Partnership and Channel 180+ Ports provisioned or in provisioning (100 Providers) Rapidly expanding ecosystem of content and service providers. 17 Expanding to 30 data centres by June 2014 Continually adding more locations daily. Intercapital VXC’s available Providing an ultra-high bandwidth solution for national networks. Self provisioning via Megaportal live Customers can provision their own services almost instantly. Partners have full API control for portal integration Partners and their customers have access to full suite of functionality through API’s
    18. 18. Who is on Megaport?
    19. 19. Who is on Megaport?
    20. 20. Where is Megaport? Melbourne NextDC M1 Melbourne DC 530 Collins* AAPT 376 Flinders* Primus 55 King* Vocus 55 Crockford* Nextgen 22 Walsh* Interactive Port Melbourne* Brisbane NextDC B1 Over The Wire 100 Wickham AAPT 344 Queen St* PIPE Networks 127 Creek* PIPE Networks 148 Brunswick* Fujitsu 7 Brandl* Interactive 19 McKechnie* Primus 127 Creek * * Available in Q2 2014 Sydney Equinix SY1 Equinix SY2 Equinix SY3 Global Switch 1 NEXTDC S1 Pacnet 133 Liverpool* AAPT 55 Clarence* Fujitsu North Ryde* Vocus 59 Doody*
    21. 21. Where is Megaport? Melbourne NextDC M1 Melbourne DC 530 Collins* AAPT 376 Flinders* Primus 55 King* Vocus 55 Crockford* Nextgen 22 Walsh* Interactive Port Melbourne* Brisbane NextDC B1 Over The Wire 100 Wickham AAPT 344 Queen St* PIPE Networks 127 Creek* PIPE Networks 148 Brunswick* Fujitsu 7 Brandl* Interactive 19 McKechnie* Primus 127 Creek * * Available in Q2 2014 Sydney Equinix SY1 Equinix SY2 Equinix SY3 Global Switch 1 NEXTDC S1 Pacnet 133 Liverpool* AAPT 55 Clarence* Fujitsu North Ryde* Vocus 59 Doody*
    22. 22. Megaport Expansion Singapore May 2014 22 Hong Kong August 2014 Further expansion in Asia in 2014 Investigating partnerships in North America and Europe
    23. 23. Get connected!
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