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The End of Client-Server Networks: Where Do We Go From Here?
 

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The end of the client–server network has been signalled; Cloud Computing, BYOD, Smartphones, iPads. Networking is longer about connecting a desk-bound user to a basement-bound server. The Mobility ...

The end of the client–server network has been signalled; Cloud Computing, BYOD, Smartphones, iPads. Networking is longer about connecting a desk-bound user to a basement-bound server. The Mobility Paradigm requires us to connect users to corporate data resources unbound by location, no matter what client they use, yet do it seamlessly and securely.This presentation will explore how the client-server model has led to siloed networks, adding cost and complexity to the IT operation, and will propose alternate architectures that meet the needs of today’s worker, wherever they may work or roam.

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The End of Client-Server Networks: Where Do We Go From Here?  The End of Client-Server Networks: Where Do We Go From Here? Presentation Transcript

  • Roger Hockaday rhockaday@arubanetworks.com The End of End to End?Network design principles for the post Client-Server era CONFIDENTIAL © Copyright 2011. Aruba Networks, Inc. People move. Networks must follow.™ All rights reserved
  • Who Is Aruba? Quick Facts Industry Recognition : ARUN Gartner $396M revenue FY11 2010 WLAN MQ Technology Leader 1000+ Employees 15,500+ customers $396.5 $400 $350 Revenue $300 up 49% YOY $266.5 $250 $199.3 $68M+ net Growth $200 $178.3 1500+ new $150 $127.5 income customers in $100 Q4FY11 $234M+ cash $72.5 $50 $0 $1.1 FY 2004 $12.0 FY 2005 FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2009 FY 2010 FY 2011 with no debt Copyright © Gartner, Inc. "Magic Quadrant for Wireless LAN Infrastructure, 2009" by Michael J. King and Timothy Zimmerman, 12 February 2009 . The Magic Quadrant is copyrighted 2009 by Gartner, Inc. and is reused with permission. The Magic Quadrant is a graphical representation of a marketplace at and for a specific time period. It depicts Gartner’s analysis of how certain vendors measure against criteria for that marketplace, as defined by Gartner. Gartner does not endorse any vendor, product or service depicted in the Magic Quadrant, and does not advise technology users to select only those vendors placed in the “Leaders” quadrant. The Magic Quadrant is intended solely as a research tool, and is not meant to be a specific guide to action. Gartner disclaims all warranties, express or implied, with respect to this research, including any warranties of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose. CONFIDENTIAL © Copyright 2011. Aruba Networks, Inc.2 All rights reserved
  • Trusted by Enterprises Worldwide • Every major social networking company • More than 500 major retail chains • 6 out of 8 Ivy League Schools • 3 of the world’s largest software companies • 30 of the world’s largest stadiums • The most widely deployed Wi-Fi by the U.S. military CONFIDENTIAL © Copyright 2011. Aruba Networks, Inc.3 All rights reserved
  • The End of End to End Networking Major Data Centers Campus Distributed Global Workforce The Distributed Enterprise Branch Teleworker Internet & Private Lines Mobile Worker Data/Application Consolidation CONFIDENTIAL © Copyright 2011. Aruba Networks, Inc.4 All rights reserved
  • Networking’s Radical Rethink • 4 Ports per User • Desktop, IP Phone Network Cost per User • 2 Ports per User • Overlay Wi-Fi • Laptop, IP Phone • 1 Port per User • Pervasive Wi-Fi • Tablet, Smartphone Over- Network Mobility- Engineered Rightsizing Centric 2001 2009 2011+ CONFIDENTIAL © Copyright 2011. Aruba Networks, Inc.5 All rights reserved
  • Enterprise Mobility: A Perfect Storm Multimedia • Custom enterprise multimedia apps Mobile Devices • > 50% of employees adopting video Collaboration • Social Business: Jive, Fortune 100 Chatter, Yammer >80% deploying iPad & iPhone • Connections: Lync, Telepresence, Facetime Smartphones 289M in 2010  >900M in 2014* Tablets Virtual Desktops 55M in 2011  >200M in 2014* • Virtual Desktops:45M installations by 2013 • Citrix XenDesktop, ~4x growth by 2013! VMware View (*) Source: Gartner CONFIDENTIAL © Copyright 2011. Aruba Networks, Inc.6 All rights reserved
  • Mobility Dissolve Perimeters Dissolving Enterprise Perimeter Consultants Home Hotel Data Center Visitors Hackers Branch Partner Site Employees CONFIDENTIAL © Copyright 2011. Aruba Networks, Inc.7 All rights reserved
  • Taking Policy to the User The Mobile Enterprise Consultants Home Hotel Data Center Visitors Hackers Branch Partner Site Employees Only at the network edge is user identity known! CONFIDENTIAL © Copyright 2011. Aruba Networks, Inc.8 All rights reserved
  • Exponential Pressure on IT Departments Can I use my iPad? No! Can I work from home? No! Can I video End conference? No! IT Users Managers Can I connect outdoors? No! CONFIDENTIAL © Copyright 2011. Aruba Networks, Inc.9 All rights reserved
  • Multiple Networks = Greater Cost Manager Manager Manager Manager Manager 1 2 3 4 5 • Disparate networks • Siloed services VLAN VLAN VLAN VLAN VLAN • Built for 100 200 300 400 500 client-server WIRELESS WIRED VPN REMOTE OUTDOOR • No single OFFICE view of users or devices • No context awareness “Failure to put a comprehensive mobility strategy in place typically leads to higher cost, lower security, silo-ed solutions, and unnecessary duplication of services.” — Gartner, July 2010 CONFIDENTIAL © Copyright 2011. Aruba Networks, Inc.10 All rights reserved
  • Aruba MOVE™: Access Network Architecture for Mobility Integrated  Centralized Mobility Control Services DATACENTER Thin Access  Rapid Service Delivery Thin Zero touch Access deployments for BYOD, Voice, On-Ramps Video REMOTE WIRELESS WIRED VPN OFFICE OUTDOOR  Context-based Policies User, Device, Location and Application Aware CONFIDENTIAL © Copyright 2011. Aruba Networks, Inc.11 All rights reserved
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