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Intel développe une "ONP" (Open Network Platform) dit autrement un switch ouvert offrant les fonctions de base nécessaires au SDN. Si vous souhaitez connaitre le matériel utilisé, les stack ...

Intel développe une "ONP" (Open Network Platform) dit autrement un switch ouvert offrant les fonctions de base nécessaires au SDN. Si vous souhaitez connaitre le matériel utilisé, les stack logicielle exploitée et les compatibilité avec notamment les orchestrateurs, ce doc est fait pour vous.

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Accelerate the SDN with Intel ONP Accelerate the SDN with Intel ONP Presentation Transcript

  • Intel® Open Network Platforms: Accelerating and Enabling Software Defined Networks DATS005 Frank Schapfel – Senior Product Line Manager, Intel Vivien Yang, Platform Solution Architect, Intel Ye Dong, Senior Engineer, Intel
  • 2 Can you develop a solution for Network Function Virtualization and Software Defined Networks on Intel® Architecture today?
  • 3 Agenda • Demand for Network Function Virtualization (NFV) and Software Defined Networks (SDN) • Intel® Open Network Platform for Server • Intel Open Network Platform for Switch • Where to find NFV and SDN enablers today View slide
  • 4 Agenda • Demand for Network Function Virtualization (NFV) and Software Defined Networks (SDN) • Intel® Open Network Platform for Server • Intel Open Network Platform for Switch • Where to find NFV and SDN enablers today View slide
  • 5 Service Provider Challenge Service Agility Lower Cost: CapEx and Opex Enhanced User Experience Save Money, Make Money Service Providers scale to deliver more services
  • 6 Converging Data Center and Communications Network architectures Data Center Networks Communications Networks DATA CENTER NETWORKS 99.9% available 99.999% available COMMUNICATIONS NETWORKS Flexible Scalable New Services Commercial Off The Shelf systems Communications Networks adopting Data Center Networking Standards
  • 7 7 1. Using standard IT virtualization technology to migrate a fixed function network device to a software application on a server 2. Equipment located in datacenters, wireless/wireless networks and end user premises 3. Applicable to any data plane and control plane function Network Function Virtualization 1. Separation of control and data plane 2. Network Virtualization for multi-tenancy 3. A centralized controller and view of the network 4. Programmability of the network by external applications Creates Network Abstractions to enable faster innovation Reduces CAPEX, OPEX, Space, Power, and Consumption Software Defined Networking & Network Function Virtualization Software Defined Networking
  • 8 Intel Objectives: SDN South Bound API (e.g.) OpenStack* Network Apps Controller CRAN Cloud Server BNGEPC Node NodeNodeNode Top of Rack Switch Node Orchestration Network Appliances Node Controller North Bound API (e.g.) OpenFlow, Open vSwitch* Enable industry leading manageability by exposing health, state, resource availability for optimal workload placement and configuration Promote and contribute to industry standards and open source solutions for interoperability ONP Switch Reference Design ONP Server Reference Design (e.g.) OpenDaylight* Enable TEMs/OEMs to deliver industry leading performance, power, cost, security optimized solutions 1 2 3
  • 9 To This… Networking within VMs Standard x86 COTS HW Open SDN standard solutions From This… Traditional networking topology Monolithic vertical integrated box TEM proprietary solutions VM: Firewall VPN IPS/IDS VM: ADC CDN Router Gateway VM: EPC CRAN Hypervisor Firewall VPN IPS/IDS ADC CDN Routers Gateway Evolved Packet Core Intel® Architecture CPU Chipset Acceleration Switch Silicon NIC Silicon Wind River* Linux* + Apps TEM/OEM Proprietary OS ASIC, DSP, FPGA, ASSP NFV is Driving Architectural Transformation Migrating Network Functions to industry standard servers
  • 10 Intel® Architecture (IA) Leading the Network Transformation Software Defined Networking Controller Orchestration Node Node Node Network Function Virtualization Intel® Architecture Virtual Machine Monitor Appliance Virtual Switch Appliance Appliance Intel Confidential Proprietary Proprietary Proprietary Applica- tion Packet Control Signal 2011 2012/13 FutureWorkload 4:1 Workload Consolidation Intel® Open Network Platform Ingredients Each framework can operate independently or together Intel® Open Network Platforms ONP Switch Reference Design ONP Server Reference Design
  • 11 Agenda • Demand for Network Function Virtualization (NFV) and Software Defined Networks (SDN) • Intel® Open Network Platform for Server • Intel Open Network Platform for Switch • Where to find NFV and SDN enablers today
  • 12 Open Network Platform for Servers – Sunrise Trail Open Network Platform Open Source Software •OpenStack* •OpenDaylight* •OpenFlow •01.Org • OpenVSwitch.org •Kernel.org Fast Software Development •Commercial Software Options •Roll your Own System Integration •Network Builders Ecosystem Industry Standards •ETSI •ONF Sunrise Trail = Open Source Software + Standard Servers
  • 13 Open Network Platform Hardware Roadmap 1H-2014 2nd Generation Comms • 2x 10 Core Intel® Xeon™ E5-2600 v2 processor • 10Gb Ethernet • 20Gbps Intel® QuickAssist Technology Server • 2x 10 core Intel® Xeon™ E5-2600 v2 • 10Gb Ethernet • 20Gbps Intel QuickAssist add in card 2H-14 3rd Generation Comms • Intel microarchitecture Haswell CPU • 50Gbps Intel QuickAssist technology • 1, 10GbE, 40GbE Server • Haswell CPU • 50Gbps Intel QuickAssist add in card • 10GbE, 40GbE 2016 Next Gen platform • Next Gen Intel Xeon processor • Next gen Ethernet IO • Next gen Intel QuickAssist technology Intel® Architecture CPU Chipset Acceleration Intel® Data Plane Development Kit Switch Silicon NIC Silicon Open Networking Software Multiple Generations of Industry Standard Servers and Comms Platforms Convergence
  • 14 Intel® Open Network Platform Server Reference Design 1.0 (In development) Base software components to enable NFV and SDN development on latest Intel Architecture Communications Platform Intel® Data Plane Development Kit (Intel® DPDK)
  • 15 SW HW Intel® Open Network Platform Server Reference Design 1.0 (In development) Intel® 82599 10GbE Controller Intel® Communications Chipset 89xx Series Intel® Architecture Intel Product Wind River Products Third Party Base software components to enable NFV and SDN development on latest Intel Architecture Communications Platform Intel® Data Plane Development Kit (Intel® DPDK)
  • 16 SW HW Intel® Open Network Platform Server Reference Design 1.0 (In development) Intel® 82599 10GbE Controller Intel® Communications Chipset 89xx Series Intel® Architecture Fedora Linux OpenFlow* OpenStack* Intel DPDK Optimized vSwitch QuickAssist Intel Product Wind River Products Third Party Base software components to enable NFV and SDN development on latest Intel Architecture Communications Platform Intel® Data Plane Development Kit (Intel® DPDK)
  • 17 SW HW Intel® Open Network Platform Server Reference Design 1.0 (In development) Intel® 82599 10GbE Controller Intel® Communications Chipset 89xx Series Intel® Architecture Fedora Linux OpenFlow* OpenStack* Intel DPDK Optimized vSwitch QuickAssist Intel Product Wind River Products Third Party Base software components to enable NFV and SDN development on latest Intel Architecture Communications Platform Wind River* Linux* OVP ON Server Intel® Data Plane Development Kit (Intel® DPDK)
  • 18 SW HW Intel® Open Network Platform Server Reference Design 1.0 (In development) Intel® 82599 10GbE Controller Intel® Communications Chipset 89xx Series Intel® Architecture Fedora Linux OpenFlow* OpenStack* Intel DPDK Optimized vSwitch QuickAssist KVM VMware* Red Hat* Intel Product Wind River Products Third Party Base software components to enable NFV and SDN development on latest Intel Architecture Communications Platform OpenFlow OpenStack Open vSwitch* Wind River* Linux* OVP ON Server Intel® Data Plane Development Kit (Intel® DPDK)
  • 19 ISV App SP App OEM App SW HW Intel® Open Network Platform Server Reference Design 1.0 (In development) Intel® 82599 10GbE Controller Intel® Communications Chipset 89xx Series Intel® Architecture Fedora Linux OpenFlow* OpenStack* Intel DPDK Optimized vSwitch QuickAssist KVM VMware* Red Hat* Intel Product Wind River Products Third Party Base software components to enable NFV and SDN development on latest Intel Architecture Communications Platform OpenFlow OpenStack Open vSwitch* Wind River* Linux* OVP ON Server Intel® Data Plane Development Kit (Intel® DPDK)
  • 20 ISV App SP App OEM App SW HW Intel® Open Network Platform Server Reference Design 1.0 (In development) Intel® 82599 10GbE Controller Intel® Communications Chipset 89xx Series Intel® Architecture Fedora Linux OpenFlow* OpenStack* Intel DPDK Optimized vSwitch QuickAssist KVM VMware* Red Hat* ControllerOrchestrator Intel Product Wind River Products Third Party Base software components to enable NFV and SDN development on latest Intel Architecture Communications Platform OpenFlow OpenStack Open vSwitch* Wind River* Linux* OVP ON Server Intel® Data Plane Development Kit (Intel® DPDK)
  • 21 ISV App SP App OEM App SW HW Intel® Open Network Platform Server Reference Design 1.0 (In development) Intel® 82599 10GbE Controller Intel® Communications Chipset 89xx Series Intel® Architecture Fedora Linux OpenFlow* OpenStack* Intel DPDK Optimized vSwitch QuickAssist KVM VMware* Red Hat* ControllerOrchestrator Intel Product Wind River Products Third Party Base software components to enable NFV and SDN development on latest Intel Architecture Communications Platform OpenFlow OpenStack Open vSwitch* Wind River* Linux* OVP ON Server • Intel® Open Network Platform—Not All Solutions Are Created Equal [infographic] • Intel Open Network Platform page on Intel.com Intel® Data Plane Development Kit (Intel® DPDK)
  • 22 Open Network Platform Server roadmap - 2014V1.0 Enhanced Platform Awareness • PCI Express* V1.1 Enhanced Platform Awareness • CPU Affinity vSwitch* • VXLAN • QOS • IPv6 • DPI API V1.2 Enhanced Platform Awareness • NIC affinity • Memory Affinity • QuickAssist vSwitch • Live Migration • MPLS • Hyperscan Roadmap and Product Features and timing are subject to change without notice Linkage to OpenStack* platform awareness
  • 23 Agenda • Demand for Network Function Virtualization (NFV) and Software Defined Networks (SDN) • Intel® Open Network Platform for Server • Intel Open Network Platform for Switch • Where to find NFV and SDN enablers today
  • 24 Intel® Open Network Platform (ONP) Reference Design 1.0 (Available Today) SP App OEM App ISV App Controller H W Intel Product 3rd Party Intel Open Network Software (ONS 1.2) Intel® Communications Chipset 89xx Series Intel® FM 6700 Switch Intel® Architecture 3rd Party OS An SDN Platform reducing TTM and driving economics of scale Flexible software options Intel® ONS Software enabling innovation, scalability, manageability Intel® Flexpipe™ technology efficiently processes packets ToR Switch Reference Design 1.0 S W H W
  • 25 Intel® Open Network Platform (ONP) Architecture HW support enables high performance Local or Remote Management Applications S W H W + OSV/ISV Applications Service Provider Apps or Scripts OEM/NEM Applications IA BSP & Boot Switch-Specific Adapters WRS Linux* Core Switch Abstraction Management API Control & Data plane abstraction XML-RPC, CLI, SNMP interfaces Switch system object model Linux programming model Open and Scalable Software Architecture: • Control Plane and Data Plane separation • Open management ecosystem • Extensibility for add-on data or control plane apps Switch Adapter API Switch hardware abstraction Heterogeneous switch support Supports software and hardware data planes Core Switch API Data plane abstraction Switch “port abstraction” model Functional interface for data plane programming elements Intel® FM6700 Switch Control Plane Suite IA = Intel® Architecture
  • 26 Intel® Open Network Software (ONS) Architecture ONS Core Services XML-RPC CLI Switch AdapterSimSwitch* Adapter Switch Adapter API SimSwitch Silicon(s) Open- vSwitch* OpenFlow* 1.x OVS-DB L3L2+ Object Model L1 PORT, PHYs VLAN Switch Physical API SimSwitch Control API SNMP Object ModelObject Model Object Model RPC RPC Platform services Object Model Custom App Pluggable app Object Model Management API Core Switch API External MGMT Applications OSPF, Static Routing, ARP, BGP… s/w upgrade Management port h/w management Performance monitor LACP, QinQ, STP, LLDP, QoS, IGMP… Database Services & Object Model ONS is a foundational element for SDN
  • 27 Intel® Open Network Software (ONS) Feature Overview SDN Features OpenFlow* 1.0, Application Development Kit (ADK) Core WRLinux* 5, Uplink Failure Detection (UFD) ,ECC support Management Features Local authentication, XML-RPC, SNMP, CLI, RADIUS/TACACS+ Authentication, Traceroute L2 Features QinQ, VLANs, STP, RSTP, MSTP, LLDP, IGMP Snooping, QoS (with Diffserv), Flow Control, Storm control, LAG, LACP, Port Mirroring, BPDU Guard, Root Guard, DHCP Relay L3 Features IPv4 Routing, IPv6 static unicast routing, Inter-VLAN Routing, OSPFv2, ECMP, BGP4, ARP, Route Destination Platform Support for uServer and ToR switch
  • 28 Intel® Open Network Platform Switch Reference Design Early Development Partners First Production Platforms
  • 29 Agenda • Demand for Network Function Virtualization (NFV) and Software Defined Networks (SDN) • Intel® Open Network Platform for Server • Intel Open Network Platform for Switch • Where to find NFV and SDN enablers today
  • 30 SDI - Broad Industry participation Deploying solutions for Telecom and Data Center • Software Defined Networking (SDN) • Network Function Virtualization (NFV) Intel® Software Defined Infrastructure Builders Intel® Network Builders Intel® Cloud Builders Intel® Network Builders Program: Accelerating software defined infrastructure solutions (networkbuilders.intel.com)
  • 31 Service Chaining Demo – Via Intel Network Builders 10G Ingress Traffic Security Gateway Load Balancer IDS / IPS WAN Optimiza -tion 10G Egress Traffic
  • 32 ETSI - Industry Standard Proof Of Concept (POC) Open Network Platform on Server – first generation use case
  • 33 Summary • NFV and SDN technical and business requirements are developing dynamically • Intel® Open Network Platforms for server and switch deliver time to market, continuous feature improvements and significant performance optimizations • The Software Defined Infrastructure ecosystem is ready now on Intel® Architecture – Commercial software and hardware options available – Open Source software options available Start innovating today
  • 34 Call to Action • Request Intel® Open Network Platform from Network Builders hardware and software ecosystem – Optimizations for latest Intel® technologies • Contribute to Open Source implementations – Open vSwitch*, OpenFlow, OpenDaylight*, OpenStack* • Integration and benchmarking of virtual network functions leading to commercial deployments • Use and recommend new ETSI* Proof of Concepts
  • 35 Additional Sources of Information PDF of this presentation is available from our Technical Session Catalog: www.intel.com/idfsessionsSZ. The URL is on top of Session Agenda Pages in Pocket Guide. • Demos in the showcase – Service Chaining Demo - Booth 134 • Additional info in the Network Builders community – – www.networkbuilders.intel.com • More web based info: – www.opennetworking.org – www.etsi.org – www.openvswitch.org – www.openstack.org – www.opendaylight.org
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  • 39 Intel® Platform for Communications Infrastructure • Launched in late 2013 • Industry standard servers and blades • Intel® QuickAssist technology for Crypto and Compression acceleration • 16 Virtual Machines supported via SRIOV • Intel® Data Plane Development Kit (Intel® DPDK) for packet acceleration2 SATA 6 USB 2.0 PCI GPIO Intel® Xeon™ E5-2600 v2 Intel Xeon E5-2600 v2 QPI Intel® Comms Chipset 8920 DMI PCI QASAC 8920 PCI 2x10GbE 82599ES SFP+ SFP+ 4x GbE PHY 2x 10GbE 82599ES SFP+ SFP+ PCI Express* (PCIe) Gen 3 Slots Formerly Codename Crystal Forest QPI = Intel® QuickPath Interconnect (Intel® QPI) QASAC = QuickAssist Services Acceleration Card