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Want to Understand the Hype Around Software Defined Networking (SDN)? This Presentation Defines What SDN Is, Why It's Important and What You Should Know to Start to Take Advantage of It...

Want to Understand the Hype Around Software Defined Networking (SDN)? This Presentation Defines What SDN Is, Why It's Important and What You Should Know to Start to Take Advantage of It...

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  • Software-Defined Networking PrimerThe SDN Basics© 2013 SDNCentral. All Rights Reserved. SDNCentral Confidential
  • Why SDN?© 2013 SDNCentral. All Rights Reserved. SDNCentral Confidential
  • There is a Need to Innovate in the NetworkWe’ve seen tons of innovation in applications, devices, computing and storage,© 2013 SDNCentral. All Rights Reserved. SDNCentral ConfidentialRevenues from CloudInnovation Could Reach$1.1 Trillion Per Year by2015IDC83% of CompaniesBelieve Mobility WillSignificantly Affect TheirBusinessAccenture Survey15K New ApplicationsAre Added EveryWeek!Gartner…yet the underlying network that connects everything hasremained unchanged! View slide
  • The Network is Being Pushed to Its Limits…Unending, exponential growth in the people, devices and servers connecting tothe network requires a new approach.Copyright 2013. All Rights Reserved.480% of Enterprise Appsare Deployed in theCloudIDC1 Billion SmartphonesProjected to Ship in2013Gartner2.5 billion Internetusers in the world!Expect 5 billion by2023!KPCBThis is Where Software-Defined Networking (SDN) Comes In… View slide
  • What is SDN?© 2013 SDNCentral. All Rights Reserved. SDNCentral Confidential
  • SDN is a New Way to Design, Build and OperateNetworksCopyright 2013. All Rights Reserved.6SDN Definition1. Separates the network’s control (brains)and forwarding (muscle) planes2. Provides a centralized view of the overallnetwork3. Utilizes programmatic applicationinterfaces (APIs)4. Enables efficient orchestration andautomation of network servicesSDN Controller/ Network Operating SystemApp App App AppOpenFlowPacket-ForwardingHardwareOpenFlowcompliant OSPacket-ForwardingHardwareOpenFlowcompliant OSPacket-ForwardingHardwareOpenFlowcompliant OSWell-definedOpen API
  • What are its Benefits?© 2013 SDNCentral. All Rights Reserved. SDNCentral Confidential
  • SDN PromisesAgility: enabling organizations to rapidly deployapplications, services, and infrastructure to meet needsScale: automate and optimize new and existingapplications and servicesInnovation: allowing organizations to create and delivernew types of applications, services and business modelsSDN Opens the Network Up for InnovationCopyright 2013. All Rights Reserved.8It replaces static, inflexible and complex networks, with networks thatare agile, scalable and innovative.
  • What is really New?© 2013 SDNCentral. All Rights Reserved. SDNCentral Confidential
  • The Concepts Behind SDN are Not Particularly NewThe Separation of the Control Plane has been around for a while…..We saw separatedcontrol & data planes inseparate boxes in theearly ‘90’s…which evolved to a distributedcontrol plane within switches inthe mid -90’s… and then a distributed controlplane in Wireless access points(Aps) by the early ‘00’s…until we saw separatedcontrol and data planes forparticular use cases in thelate ‘00’sCopyright 2013. All RightsReserved.10MPLS & 3GPP Vendors…
  • There is Past Experience to Draw On• Focused on centralized management & wirelesscontrol-plane• Lack of northbound APIs• Telco Equipment (MPLS, etc.)• Control-plane/Data-plane was separate• Solutions were closed, using proprietarycommunications channelsData Center Chassis-Based Switches& RoutersCopyright 2013. All RightsReserved.11Controller-Based Wireless RoutersThe problem with past solutions is that they only offered narrowapplications of the concepts…and were not truly open for innovation
  • What’s New - A Robust Ecosystem Has Emerged toAddress These Networking ProblemsResearch &DevelopmentOrganizationsOpen Source Projects 225+ Organizations Customers – LiveDeploymentsCopyright 2013. All RightsReserved.12A Vibrant SDN Open Sourcecommunity is activelyworking on Open SourceProjectsOrganizations arecollaborating to creating lotsof new technologies or adaptold technologiesHundreds of New andEstablished Companieshave announcedSDN strategiesSDN Productsand Shipping SolutionsCheck out real solutionsbeing used by real customersat DemoFriday™
  • So, where are we Now with SDN?© 2013 SDNCentral. All Rights Reserved. SDNCentral Confidential
  • CustomSolutionsTailoredSolutionsPackagedSoftwareSDN Is In Its Early Stages14Similar to the typical enterprise or service provider software marketevolution, SDN currently requires a lot of experimentation andcustomization.Copyright 2012. All Rights Reserved.Early Market Mature MarketSDN Today
  • How should you get Started with SDN?© 2013 SDNCentral. All Rights Reserved. SDNCentral Confidential
  • Use What You Learn from POC to determine appropriate next stepsWork with the SDN Community, Trusted Vendors and Advisors to Designa Proof of Concept (POC)Understand Your Own Networking Problems to Identify a Business Use-Case Where SDN Can Bring ValueLearn and Read-Up as Much as You Can on SDNImmerse Yourself in SDN…16Copyright 2013. All Rights Reserved.
  • View Journey to SDN- A Multi-Part Series on SDNTopics by Dr. Jim Metzler17Copyright 2013. All Rights Reserved.http://www.sdncentral.com/watch-video/?v=63440472&channel=sdnjourney&se=v&o=0?utm_source=slideshare&utm_medium=slides&utm_content=sdnprimer&utm_campaign=ss-lead
  • For More Information Visit SDNCentral.comThe Independent Community and #1 Resource forSDN, NFV and Network Virtualization© 2013 SDNCentral. All Rights Reserved. SDNCentral Confidential