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Tb2948 kabel architecting applications centric networks with f5_final
Tb2948 kabel architecting applications centric networks with f5_final
Tb2948 kabel architecting applications centric networks with f5_final
Tb2948 kabel architecting applications centric networks with f5_final
Tb2948 kabel architecting applications centric networks with f5_final
Tb2948 kabel architecting applications centric networks with f5_final
Tb2948 kabel architecting applications centric networks with f5_final
Tb2948 kabel architecting applications centric networks with f5_final
Tb2948 kabel architecting applications centric networks with f5_final
Tb2948 kabel architecting applications centric networks with f5_final
Tb2948 kabel architecting applications centric networks with f5_final
Tb2948 kabel architecting applications centric networks with f5_final
Tb2948 kabel architecting applications centric networks with f5_final
Tb2948 kabel architecting applications centric networks with f5_final
Tb2948 kabel architecting applications centric networks with f5_final
Tb2948 kabel architecting applications centric networks with f5_final
Tb2948 kabel architecting applications centric networks with f5_final
Tb2948 kabel architecting applications centric networks with f5_final
Tb2948 kabel architecting applications centric networks with f5_final
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  • App logos & stop watchUser devices
  • So, the problem is pretty clear, that there is a speed issue in terms of deploying new applications in the data center as well as a reliability one. It is not just about connectivity of applications in the data center, it is about delivering them to users, in the campuses and branch locations of the network. Our virtual application network vision looks at the entire end-to-end process of delivering applications to the users. Key points to deliver about legacy networks include the fact that they are applications-indifferent. It is impossible for legacy networks to identify specific applications in the packets that traverse switches and routers and be able to perform different functionality based on the necessary user behavior requirements and meet those service-level expectations.  Legacy networks are rigid and physical. They are built for one type of tenant, one type of user, one type of location with very device-dependent provisioning. It’s like roads that got built between the city and the suburbs. As people moved further away, traffic congestion occurred as businesses moved the city to the suburb, the roads didn’t change, they weren’t able to adapt to the different needs and traffic patterns that are caused—same is true with cloud. The management as we pointed out is very manual, device by device, and very slow to respond to new requirements and hampered by manual errors. Forrester research shows that a majority of network outages are caused by human error in the process of performing configuration changes on networking equipment.
  • So, the problem is pretty clear, that there is a speed issue in terms of deploying new applications in the data center as well as a reliability one. It is not just about connectivity of applications in the data center, it is about delivering them to users, in the campuses and branch locations of the network. Our virtual application network vision looks at the entire end-to-end process of delivering applications to the users. Key points to deliver about legacy networks include the fact that they are applications-indifferent. It is impossible for legacy networks to identify specific applications in the packets that traverse switches and routers and be able to perform different functionality based on the necessary user behavior requirements and meet those service-level expectations.  Legacy networks are rigid and physical. They are built for one type of tenant, one type of user, one type of location with very device-dependent provisioning. It’s like roads that got built between the city and the suburbs. As people moved further away, traffic congestion occurred as businesses moved the city to the suburb, the roads didn’t change, they weren’t able to adapt to the different needs and traffic patterns that are caused—same is true with cloud. The management as we pointed out is very manual, device by device, and very slow to respond to new requirements and hampered by manual errors. Forrester research shows that a majority of network outages are caused by human error in the process of performing configuration changes on networking equipment.
  • So, the problem is pretty clear, that there is a speed issue in terms of deploying new applications in the data center as well as a reliability one. It is not just about connectivity of applications in the data center, it is about delivering them to users, in the campuses and branch locations of the network. Our virtual application network vision looks at the entire end-to-end process of delivering applications to the users. Key points to deliver about legacy networks include the fact that they are applications-indifferent. It is impossible for legacy networks to identify specific applications in the packets that traverse switches and routers and be able to perform different functionality based on the necessary user behavior requirements and meet those service-level expectations.  Legacy networks are rigid and physical. They are built for one type of tenant, one type of user, one type of location with very device-dependent provisioning. It’s like roads that got built between the city and the suburbs. As people moved further away, traffic congestion occurred as businesses moved the city to the suburb, the roads didn’t change, they weren’t able to adapt to the different needs and traffic patterns that are caused—same is true with cloud. The management as we pointed out is very manual, device by device, and very slow to respond to new requirements and hampered by manual errors. Forrester research shows that a majority of network outages are caused by human error in the process of performing configuration changes on networking equipment.
  • Let’s focus on the amount of time it takes to connect an application to the network. Let’s start with the tools that a server administrator uses. He uses tools that allow him to manage with policy. He has very sophisticated tools and when he needs to connect to the network, that’s where the delay comes in and it takes weeks. Just look at the questions that a network administrator asks the server admin. These are much lower level questions. Because he isn’t using advanced policy-based tools. He is using 40-year-old technology comprising command-line interface and scripts. As a matter of fact, in an interview with a CEO, he told his team, “If you’re using the CLIN scripts, you’ve already lost the battle for cloud. “ In a typical data center, according to Cindy Borovick from IDC, you could have 500 servers with all of them running a hypervisor, each carrying about 20 virtualized workloads. Well, there are 10,000 workloads with each one requiring, on an average, five network attributes and there are 50,000 network attributes that you have to configure on a port-by-port basis across dozens of switches—possibly 250,000 command line entries across those dozens of switches. Even if you have a really good IT organization, those network administrators are bound to make a mistake.  Talking to Joe Skorupa from Gartner and his comment was, even if they are really good, they might make one mistake out of a thousand, that’s is still 250 errors and you’ve got to go find them—that’s the real tough part. This process is not only slow, but it presents a reliability problem.
  • Let’s focus on the amount of time it takes to connect an application to the network. Let’s start with the tools that a server administrator uses. He uses tools that allow him to manage with policy. He has very sophisticated tools and when he needs to connect to the network, that’s where the delay comes in and it takes weeks. Just look at the questions that a network administrator asks the server admin. These are much lower level questions. Because he isn’t using advanced policy-based tools. He is using 40-year-old technology comprising command-line interface and scripts. As a matter of fact, in an interview with a CEO, he told his team, “If you’re using the CLIN scripts, you’ve already lost the battle for cloud. “ In a typical data center, according to Cindy Borovick from IDC, you could have 500 servers with all of them running a hypervisor, each carrying about 20 virtualized workloads. Well, there are 10,000 workloads with each one requiring, on an average, five network attributes and there are 50,000 network attributes that you have to configure on a port-by-port basis across dozens of switches—possibly 250,000 command line entries across those dozens of switches. Even if you have a really good IT organization, those network administrators are bound to make a mistake.  Talking to Joe Skorupa from Gartner and his comment was, even if they are really good, they might make one mistake out of a thousand, that’s is still 250 errors and you’ve got to go find them—that’s the real tough part. This process is not only slow, but it presents a reliability problem.
  • Application/VMServer OptimizationFrees up to 40% of server resources60% increase in VM guest densityAccelerating applications up to 3XBusiness Continuity/DRWorkload Mobility Reduces 5 Gbyte VM over vMotion moves from 20 min to 38 secsOnly solution for long-distance vMotion (over 100 ms of latency)Windows Server guest vMotion event across a 622 Mbps link with 40 milliseconds of round-trip time and zero packet loss, which would normally take more than five minutes to complete. With BIG-IP WAN Optimization Manager it takes less than 30 secondsMSFT Exchange 2010 – requires a LB Reduce download times for end usersEliminate SPAM (up to 70%)Secures from network/protocol-level attacksIncrease administrator efficiency (up to 33%)
  • HP Networking has developed a number of tools to simplify network integration for clients.The FlexFabric Reference Architecture is a reference design that is tested and validated by HP, with all the IP from one supplier and wrapped with one set of services.In addition to the Reference Architecture, Networktest, which is an independent company, conducted an HP/Cisco protocol interoperability test and published the results in a report called The HP/Cisco Switching and Routing Interoperability Test Results. Networktest also created the HP/Cisco Switching and Routing Interoperability Cookbook which lists all of the configuration commands needed to set up a duel vendor environment.I’d be glad to send you copies of both documents, if you are interested.
  • IMC has earned bragging rights; it supports 5,786 devices from more than 150 manufacturers, of which 1400+ are from Cisco!I’ve heard clients say, although I can’t say who – that IMC manages Cisco better than Cisco can! - 1000+Reduce recovery timeAuto-discover virtual machines and virtual switches to manage a heterogeneous topologyAutomatic synchronization of network policies with vMotion streamlines recovery and simplify fault toleranceFederates network management & server orchestrationAutomated synchronization of network management and Virtual ConnectConverged infrastructure resource management
  • Let’s focus on the amount of time it takes to connect an application to the network. Let’s start with the tools that a server administrator uses. He uses tools that allow him to manage with policy. He has very sophisticated tools and when he needs to connect to the network, that’s where the delay comes in and it takes weeks. Just look at the questions that a network administrator asks the server admin. These are much lower level questions. Because he isn’t using advanced policy-based tools. He is using 40-year-old technology comprising command-line interface and scripts. As a matter of fact, in an interview with a CEO, he told his team, “If you’re using the CLIN scripts, you’ve already lost the battle for cloud. “ In a typical data center, according to Cindy Borovick from IDC, you could have 500 servers with all of them running a hypervisor, each carrying about 20 virtualized workloads. Well, there are 10,000 workloads with each one requiring, on an average, five network attributes and there are 50,000 network attributes that you have to configure on a port-by-port basis across dozens of switches—possibly 250,000 command line entries across those dozens of switches. Even if you have a really good IT organization, those network administrators are bound to make a mistake.  Talking to Joe Skorupa from Gartner and his comment was, even if they are really good, they might make one mistake out of a thousand, that’s is still 250 errors and you’ve got to go find them—that’s the real tough part. This process is not only slow, but it presents a reliability problem.
  • Let’s focus on the amount of time it takes to connect an application to the network. Let’s start with the tools that a server administrator uses. He uses tools that allow him to manage with policy. He has very sophisticated tools and when he needs to connect to the network, that’s where the delay comes in and it takes weeks. Just look at the questions that a network administrator asks the server admin. These are much lower level questions. Because he isn’t using advanced policy-based tools. He is using 40-year-old technology comprising command-line interface and scripts. As a matter of fact, in an interview with a CEO, he told his team, “If you’re using the CLIN scripts, you’ve already lost the battle for cloud. “ In a typical data center, according to Cindy Borovick from IDC, you could have 500 servers with all of them running a hypervisor, each carrying about 20 virtualized workloads. Well, there are 10,000 workloads with each one requiring, on an average, five network attributes and there are 50,000 network attributes that you have to configure on a port-by-port basis across dozens of switches—possibly 250,000 command line entries across those dozens of switches. Even if you have a really good IT organization, those network administrators are bound to make a mistake.  Talking to Joe Skorupa from Gartner and his comment was, even if they are really good, they might make one mistake out of a thousand, that’s is still 250 errors and you’ve got to go find them—that’s the real tough part. This process is not only slow, but it presents a reliability problem.
  • IMC has earned bragging rights; it supports 5,786 devices from more than 150 manufacturers, of which 1400+ are from Cisco!I’ve heard clients say, although I can’t say who – that IMC manages Cisco better than Cisco can! - 1000+Reduce recovery timeAuto-discover virtual machines and virtual switches to manage a heterogeneous topologyAutomatic synchronization of network policies with vMotion streamlines recovery and simplify fault toleranceFederates network management & server orchestrationAutomated synchronization of network management and Virtual ConnectConverged infrastructure resource management
  • HP, working with partner F5 Technologies, uses BIG-IP technology to make applications run faster by automatically directing traffic to best utilize compute power. HP services based on BIG-IP technology include: HP Network Application Delivery Controller Services enable clients to optimize network traffic within the data center. After evaluating the network, HP consultants architect a solution that automatically directs incoming computing requests to the most available resources in the data center. Requests are processed efficiently, applications run faster and users experience less lag time. The services also include the HP Network Application Delivery Controller Service for Microsoft® to ease the migration to Microsoft Exchange, Lync or SharePoint 2010 and ensure the deployment adheres to Microsoft reference architecture recommendations. This prevents unnecessary technology investments that may not support future projects.  HP Data Center to Data Center Network Optimization Service helps improve application delivery in an environment with multiple data centers. HP experts help develop a solution to automatically direct incoming requests to the closest or most available data center based on computing requirements, location and volume spikes. As a result, application processes are completed faster and performance is consistent regardless of where a user is located.
  • Application/VM Server OptimizationFrees up to 40% of server resources60% increase in VM guest densityAccelerating applications up to 3X Business Continuity/DR Workload Mobility Reduces 5 Gbyte VM over vMotion moves from 20 min to 38 secsOnly solution for long-distance vMotion (over 100 ms of latency) Windows Server guest vMotion event across a 622 Mbps link with 40 milliseconds of round-trip time and zero packet loss, which would normally take more than five minutes to complete. With BIG-IP WAN Optimization Manager it takes less than 30 seconds  MSFT Exchange 2010Reduce download times for end usersEliminate SPAM (up to 70%)Secures from network/protocol-level attacksIncrease administrator efficiency (up to 33%)
  • Hp and F5 overcome the constraints of static, single-purpose solutions to deliver applications and data with greater agility, security, availability, performance, and scalability.
  • Maximize the benefits of virtualization with F5 solutionsBIG-IP LOCAL TRAFFIC MANAGER (LTM)·· Balances traffic to virtual servers and from virtual desktops·· Offloads processing-intensive activities like SSL termination, caching, or compression to reduce the strain on virtual machines and increase their capacity·· Includes a suite of security services that bolster network and application security·· Offers industry-leading layer 7 intelligence and many automated features for easier managementBIG-IP LOCAL TRAFFIC MANAGER Virtual Edition (LTM VE)·· Provides full feature parity with physical BIG-IP LTM appliances·· Available in trial, developer, or production editions·· Runs on any server compatible with VMware ESX or ESXiBIG-IP GLOBAL TRAFFIC MANAGER (GTM)·· Directs traffic intelligently among virtual machines located at multiple data centers·· Redirects traffic automatically in the event of a disaster at one data center·· Provides a single framework for managing all application services across multiple sites·· Routes global traffic to the closest and most logical global data center to maximizeperformance and availabilityBIG-IP EDGE GATEWAY·· Enables single sign-on for users·· Securely manages PCoIP connections while maintaining the protocol’s native high performance·· Integrates with authentication and directory servicesBIG-IP WAN OPTIMIZATION MANAGER·· Accelerates the transfer of files and speeds up data replication between data centers·· Reduces bandwidth usage by compressing and caching files·· Expands WAN capacity to improve application throughput·· Provides configurable site-to-site encryption using SSL.
  • Data Center Efficiency - Reduce hardware, power, and facility costsTHE CHALLENGEOne of the most compelling advantages of virtualization is building greater efficiency.Within data centers of all sizes, server consolidation delivers reductions in physical serverinfrastructure and power consumption. Certain computational transactions like SSL are more efficiently performed in ASICs than general-purpose CPUs. This opens the door to even greater server consolidation rates, often up to 60 percent greater than server virtualization alone.Optimizing application traffic using techniques like load balancing, acceleration, transformation, rate shaping, and connection persistence can yield great improvements in application performance and availability.THE SOLUTIONHP and BIG-IP Local Traffic Manager optimizes connections, routes traffic, and balances loads across virtual machines (VMs), offloading many of the functions that create CPU and memory strain. Offloading these functions to a purpose-built appliance can free up to 40 percent of server CPU and memory resources, creating a 60 percent increase in VM guest density on the same host. ·· Application acceleration up to 3X·· Improved security for applications and data·· Reduced bandwidth usage
  • Solution: Cloud Optimized Networking HP and F5 deliver reliable application services across public or private cloud with maximum application performance and availability.Key Benefits - Simplified, higher performing and more efficient 10/40G data center network design with less hardware, and facility costs delivering high performance, available and secure cloud services between data centersDelivers added network capacity on demand, improve WAN performanceHigh performance, low latency intra-data center network connectivity for VM migration and bandwidth-intensive server-to-server communicationsVirtualization-aware security to partition multi-tenant environments and isolate virtual resources and intra-server communications flows (TippingPoint)Multi-site, multi-vendor management to connect and control thousands of physical and virtual resources from a single pane of glass (IMC)Cloud ComputingDeliver reliable web-based servicesTHE CHALLENGECloud computing presents a significant opportunity for increased data center agilityand cost savings. Along with the vSphere platform, VMware vCloud Director simplifiesthe process for cloud providers or large IT organizations to offer self-service cloudcomputing. However there are fundamental challenges to ensuring that thesecloud services offer the same security, availability, and performance as traditionalon-premises computing.THE SOLUTIONF5 provides a number of solutions that enable organizations to leverage public orprivate cloud solutions from VMware easily, securely, and with maximum applicationperformance and availability.BIG-IP GTM is used to direct traffic between multiple data centers in cases wherethe application may be running in more than one location at times (for example,cloudbursting).BIG-IP LTM enables organizations to retain authentication and authorization locally,when running applications in the cloud, by redirecting incoming authentication requeststo the home data center.BIG-IP LTM Virtual Edition enables clouds to provide full BIG-IP LTM services as virtualmachines, which can be provisioned and configured on-demand.BIG-IP® Application Security Manager™ can provide application firewall security to awide variety of applications running in the cloud.
  • Business ContinuityProtect your business and minimize application downtimeTHE CHALLENGEVirtualization dramatically improves failover and disaster recovery (DR) capabilities by making packaged application files easy to clone, migrate, and reboot. Solutions like VMware vCenter Site Recovery Manager (SRM) further simplify the process of planning, testing, and recovering a single application or an entire virtualized infrastructure. Despite the automation of SRM, the DNS server must be manually configured to re-route incoming traffic to the new site. It is difficult to fully automate the process, and can result in delays and mistakes during failover.Because application traffic must be redirected after DR events, many organizations rely on IT staff to manually implement the steps contained in their pre-defined DR run books. Under stress, such as in a true DR scenario, any manual process can be subject to error.THE SOLUTIONHP and F5 BIG-IP Global Traffic Manager offers holistic control of global traffic to ensure maximum availability and performance of applications running across multiple data centers. It reacts based on predefined business policies and varying infrastructure conditions.In addition, F5 BIG-IP WAN Optimization Manager improves the transfer of data over the WAN during a failover. This module enables large volumes of data to be transferred from a source to a target data center quickly using compression and deduplication. BIG-IP WAN Optimization Manager encrypts traffic before transmission and decreases bandwidth requirements.
  • HP DCI solutions can help your IT organization meet business continuity and corporate compliance objectives.Reduce the business impact of disaster events and help ensure business continuityImprove productivity through enhanced application and data availabilityMeet corporate and regulatory compliance needs and improve data securityThese solutions transparently extend LAN and SAN connectivity and provide accelerated, highly secure data replication, server clustering, and workload mobility between geographically dispersed data centers. This enhances business resilience, and helps enable application and data mobility between data centers, while maintaining operational consistency.
  • Long Distance Live MigrationLinking data centers across the city or thousands of miles apartTHE CHALLENGEVMware vMotion enables users to move an entire running virtual machine from one server to another, and with VMware Storage vMotion, you can migrate VMDK files across storage arrays. However, getting reliable and rapid performance of vMotion and Storage vMotion events typically requires their movement to be restricted within a single local vCenter Server cluster and a single layer 2 broadcast domain. Their performance is naturally sensitive to poor network conditions like latency and packet loss, which historically prevented long distance live migration events. Furthermore, the cost and complexity of encrypting vMotion traffic over the WAN adds to the difficulty.THE SOLUTIONF5 and VMware have developed a complete solution for running vMotion and Storage vMotion events together, between vSphere environments and over long distances. The solution components enable vMotion migration between data centers without downtime or user disruption. Key solution components include:Encryption and compression of vMotion traffic between sites using BIG-IP LTM iSessions featureByte-level data deduplication of vMotion traffic between sites using BIG-IP WAN Optimization ManagerClient traffic management with BIG-IP LTM to direct user traffic to the correct VMData center traffic management with BIG-IP GTMOne example is a Windows Server guest vMotion event across a 622 Mbps link with 40 milliseconds of round-trip time and zero packet loss, which would normally take more than five minutes to complete. With BIG-IP WAN Optimization Manager it takes less than 30 seconds. The worse the WAN conditions, the greater the potential improvement.And when the vMotion event acceleration is combined with dynamic global and traffic management, newly migrated VMs are recognized quickly, without disrupting existing user sessions.
  • HPN and F5 enables a secure, agile, and optimized Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 Microsoft® Exchange® Server is still the undisputed industry leader in corporate messaging. The latest version, Microsoft Exchange Server 2010, helps users get more done by improving access to all of their communications—e-mail, voice mail, instant messaging—from virtually any platform, Web-browser, or device through industry standard protocols. Solution: Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 Worldwide enterprise software market size for email and calendaring is estimated to grow to USD 4.7B in 2013MSFT Exchange holds approximately 70% market share – 2/3rds of customers are at least 2 versions behind meaning they are positioned to skip 2007.3Ask customers if they are aware of the architecture change in Exchange 2010 that makes F5 BIG-IP a critical component … and how are they handling site resilience and disaster recovery for Exchange?F5 has all the tools to help organizations optimize their entire network and achieve a truly dynamic infrastructure for Microsoft Exchange Server. From providing custom-built Exchange application templates to optimizing and securing Exchange 2010 traffic over the WAN, F5’s comprehensive Application Ready solution for Exchange Server 2010 allows organizations to easily provide additional performance, security and availability, to ensure maximum ROI with the minimum amount of work. F5 enables IT agility, your way. Key benefits Secure and Fast Mailbox replication - F5 can perform Database Availability Group replication across data centers inside a encrypted tunnel for secure, optimized mailbox replication for the entire mailbox store Gain Exchange Server capacity - Extend server capacity by offloading tasks like compression and SSL processing onto F5’s unified, simple to manage platform. Reduce download times for end users - F5 helps drastically reduce download time for email attachments. Eliminate SPAM before it reaches the Exchange Servers - F5 technology can help eliminate more than 70% of unwanted email before it reaches your Exchange Servers. Secure your Exchange deployment From powerful network- and protocol-level security to attack filtering, F5 protects Exchange deployments that help run your business. Increase administrator efficiency - F5’s Microsoft Exchange application templates and step-by-step configuration guidance help reduce deployment cycles by 1/3rd.  HP and F5 deliver reliable, higher performing, secure and optimized MSFT Exchange Server 2010 to ensure maximum ROI (requires load balancing) Key Benefits - Secure and fast mailbox replication, increased Exchange server capacity. Simplifies web access and consolidates infrastructureReduce download times for end usersEliminate SPAM (up to 70%)Increase administrator efficiency (up to 33%)
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    • 1. © Copyright 2012 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice.
    • 2. Architecting Application-centric Networks withthe HP FlexFabric and F5John Gray, Global Data Center Solution ManagerJeff Kabel, Global Product ManagerJune 2012© Copyright 2012 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice.
    • 3. Jeff Kabel Jeff Stathatos Global Product Manager WW Solution Architect HP Networking F5 Networks5 © Copyright 2012 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice.
    • 4. Promise of the Cloud for Business Deploy apps Connect users Simplify in minutes from any device management (BYOD) Over Over Over 3 months 60% 70% To deploy a new Of enterprises are Of downtime is application from data unsure which mobile caused by CLI center to user devices are on their mis-configuration networks6 © Copyright 2012 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice.
    • 5. Today’s Networks Can’t Meet Cloud Expectations Application Impossible to identify applications and meet diverse service levels indifferent7 © Copyright 2012 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice.
    • 6. Today’s Networks Can’t Meet Cloud Expectations Rigid Architected for one tenant, user type & physical location - lacking programmability networks8 © Copyright 2012 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice.
    • 7. Today’s Networks Can’t Meet Cloud Expectations Slow to respond to new app Manual requirements & hampered by manual management errors9 © Copyright 2012 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice.
    • 8. Legacy Networks Slow Application DeploymentSystem admin Deploying an exchange VM Rack 3 VLAN Subnet 10M CIR Priority IP TOS Are you ready Server 5 10 .16.31 20M PIR 4 yet? … ready! Time in months … 250,000+ Which Which Which How much QoS QoS Ok, starting CLI entries server? VLAN? subnets? bandwidth? priority? method? switch config for typical data centerNetwork admin (layer 2-4)10 © Copyright 2012 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice.
    • 9. Legacy Networks Slow Application DeploymentApp admin Deploying an exchange Large 16.31:995 IP/owa Yes Cert.mail IP 16.31:993 Are you ready yet? VM conn pool … ready! Time in months … 1,200+ OWA Active TCP SSL? HTTP POP3? IMAP4 Configuring network sync? profile? redirect? ADC ? ? attributes for exchange deploymentNetwork admin (layer 4 – 7)11 © Copyright 2012 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice.
    • 10. Shift to the Dynamic Data Center The static data center used to work Then came cloud computing And the era of applications Then traffic diversification The result: IT is buckling12 © Copyright 2012 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice.
    • 11. Simplifying Application DeploymentTested and validated solutions for the FlexFabric Application/VM server Business continuity/DR optimization workload mobility 200% faster 900% faster Deploy applications and application virtual machine networks in minutes vs. performance mobility months13 © Copyright 2012 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice.
    • 12. HP FlexFabric Reference Architectures Fibre channel Top of rack switches (IRF) 10 GbE FCoE Fibre channel switch 1 Fibre channel 10 GbE VCenter Fibre channel switch 2 FC storage 10 GbE iSCSI storage IMC Data center core 1 Data center core 2 Networking/security Servers Storage & management14 © Copyright 2012 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice.
    • 13. HP IMC and F5 Management IntegrationSingle pane orchestrationHP Intelligent Management Center 15 © Copyright 2012 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice.
    • 14. HP’s Vision For Software Defined Networks Focus less on managing infrastructure… …and more on connecting users to applicationsHP Virtual Application Network16 © Copyright 2012 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice.
    • 15. Creating Virtual Application Networks Virtual Application Networks • Characterize applications • Virtualize the network • Automate orchestrationTunes the virtual network for application deliveryrequirements17 © Copyright 2012 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice.
    • 16. Legacy Networks Slow Application DeploymentApp admin Deploying Large conn Are you ready an IP/ow Yes Cert.mail IP 16.31:995 16.31:99 exchange pool 3 yet? … ready! a VM Time in months … 1,200+ Activ TCP HTTP Configuring network OWA? SSL POP3 IMAP4? e profile? redirect? ADC attributes ? ? sync? for exchange deploymentNetwork admin (layer 4 – 7)18 © Copyright 2012 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice.
    • 17. New Reality – Deploy Applications in Minutes Sys/app admin Virtualize Deploying vCenter Virtualizing Wow! That an Plug-in 2 was fast! … ready! exchange Choose profile VM App Minutes deployed Characteriz Orchestrat e e IMC IMC 1 VAN VAN 3 Manager Manager VM w/ iApp Network admin (layer 2 – 7)19 © Copyright 2012 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice.
    • 18. Virtual Application Networks20 © Copyright 2012 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice.
    • 19. Optimizing the FlexNetworkNetwork optimization services from HP Consulting New Strategy Transformation Visioning Workshop • Network Infrastructure Optimization Assessment Network infrastructure assessment Assess DC LAN UC WLAN • Network Infrastructure DC LAN DC-DC Optimization for Architect WAN Microsoft1 Application delivery optimization Design solutions LAN and WLAN WAN solutions • Application Delivery Campus -Microsoft -Voice & Video WLAN Controller Solutions2 LAN Integrate -Mobile Apps optimization -DC to DC Deploy • DC-DC Optimization3 1MicrosoftExchange available now, Sharepoint, Lync July, 2012, 2 July 2012, 3July 2012 Other service offering such as WAN Optimization and WLAN Optimization are on roadmap for future21 © Copyright 2012 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice.
    • 20. Simplifying Application DeploymentF5 & IMC integration for unified services, access and security Tested and validated use cases • Application/VM, server optimization • Business continuity/DR • Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 Joint solution development • Virtual application networks and data center orchestration • BYOD and secure application access Joint go-to-market • Sales enablement and joint-selling • Channel alignment and enablement22 © Copyright 2012 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice.
    • 21. Results and Why They Matter Faster Time Availability 10-100x Minutes 99.999% Application-centric What previously took Simplified, secure deployment days, weeks or provisioning backed months by HP service/support Simplified, template Dramatically improving Ensuring business and driven, repeatable time to service, application continuity cloud provision model revenue23 © Copyright 2012 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice.
    • 22. HP and F5 Connecting people and process End-user latency? Is my infrastructure optimized? Everything, ultimately, is about users and the Am I meeting my SLAs applications and data which drive business Customer experience? HP and F5 provides a robust, scalable and Application usage? dynamic platform for compute resources and Customer experience?are my customers Where management coming from? HP and F5 provide the glue between users and IT those apps and ultimately achieving the goals and promise on your journey to the cloud Business24 HP confidential - not for distribution © Copyright 2012 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice.
    • 23. HPN and F5 Data Center Solutions Enabling your path to the cloud 1. Application/VM, server optimization for virtualized/cloud data centers 2. Business continuity/DR across private and public clouds Traditional Public • Long Distance Live Migration, FF DCI Private 3. Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 higher performing, secure and optimized25 © Copyright 2012 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice.
    • 24. HP and F5 SolutionsUnleash the power of virtualization and cloud Solution: Application/VM, server optimization HP and F5 optimize application traffic using load balancing, acceleration, rate shaping and persistence yielding improvements in application performance and availability Key benefits: Reduce hardware, power, and facility costs, server offload yields higher VM density and application optimization • Frees up to 40% of server resources After • 60% increase in VM guest density Before • Accelerating applications up to 3X26 HP confidential - not for distribution © Copyright 2012 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice.
    • 25. HP and F5 SolutionsUnleash the power of virtualization and cloud Solution: Cloud optimized networking HP and F5 deliver reliable application services across public or private cloud with maximum application performance and availabilityLocal resources Key benefits- Simplified, higher performing, more efficient 10/40G data center network design with less hardware, and facility costs. Delivers high performance, availability and secure cloud services between data centers Cloud resources • Capacity on demand, bursting and improve WAN performance • High performance, low latency network connectivity for VM migration & bandwidth-intensive server-to-server communications • Virtualization-aware security to partition multi-tenant environments • Single pane visibility/control thousands of physical/virtual27 resources HP confidential - not for distribution © Copyright 2012 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice.
    • 26. HP and F5 SolutionsUnleash the power of virtualization and cloud Solution: Business continuity/DR HP and F5 control global traffic to ensure maximum availability and performance of applications running across multiple data centers - protecting your business and minimize application downtime Key benefits - ensure maximum availability and performance of applications running across multiple data centers • Full control based on predefined business policies and varying infrastructure conditions BIG-IP Global Traffic Manager, WAN Optimization Manager28 HP confidential - not for distribution © Copyright 2012 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice.
    • 27. HP and F5 Solutions Unleash the power of virtualization and cloud Solution: FlexFabric Interconnect for DCI Provides Business Continuity, Workload Mobility and SAN Extension across geographically dispersed data centers Key benefits – Mission critical connectivity options for LAN and SAN extension across Optical, MPLS, or IP infrastructures • Business continuity (and DR) across geographies • Support for VM mobility (Long Range V-Motion) • Comprehensive solution for LAN, L3, and SAN Extension 29 HP confidential - not for distribution © Copyright 2012 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice.29
    • 28. HP and F5 SolutionsUnleash the power of virtualization and cloud Solution: Fast, non-disruptive live migration between data centers HP and F5 enables vMotion migration between data centers without downtime or user disruption - automates, encrypts, accelerates and seamlessly reconnects VM instances iSession tunnel Key benefits - ensure maximum availability and performance of applications running across multiple data centers • Reduces 5 GbE vMotion moves from 20 min to 38 secs • Only solution for long-distance vMotion (over 100 ms of latency)30 HP confidential - not for distribution © Copyright 2012 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice.
    • 29. HP and F5 – Long Distance VMware vMotionDelivering an exceptional user/application experience31 HP confidential - not for distribution © Copyright 2012 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice.
    • 30. HP and F5 SolutionsUnleash the power of virtualization and cloud Solution: Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 HP and F5 deliver reliable, higher performing, secure and optimized MSFT Exchange Server 2010 to ensure maximum ROI (requires load balancing) Key benefits - Secure and fast mailbox replication, increased Exchange server capacity. Simplifies web access and consolidates infrastructure HPN/F5 deployment guide - ROI • Reduce download times for end users = 84% faster deploy time • Eliminate SPAM (up to 70%) = 90% accuracy of configuration • Secures from network/protocol-level attacks • Increase administrator efficiency (up to 33%)32 HP confidential - not for distribution © Copyright 2012 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice.
    • 31. Worlds leading Worlds leading technology application deliver company company33 © Copyright 2012 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice.
    • 32. Tools to Help Our Clients• Read about the FlexNetwork Architecture• Learn about Virtual Application Networks• Discover Intelligent Management Center• Read more on FlexFabric• See more about FlexCampus BYOD for education and healthcare• Learn how to simplify communication with FlexBranch• View the HPN Portfolio Matrix Guide• Learn about networking services from HP Technical Services• Learn about networking career certifications from HP ExpertONE34 © Copyright 2012 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice.
    • 33. Thank you© Copyright 2012 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice.

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