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  • 1. Sergio Rodríguez M.
    Sr. Account Executive Manager
    E: smorgado@extremenetworks.com
    T: + 52 1 (81) 1277 – 0738
  • 2. Extreme Networks
    Applying Innovation to address the challenges of tomorrow
  • 3. Extreme Innovation
    • Technology that changed the industry
    • 4. Layer 2/3 like no one else
    • 5. Ethernet Everywhere
    • 6. Powerful resiliency.
    Extreme Networks. A legacy of Innovation.
    Aspirational
    (High value)
    • Multiprotocol complexity
    • 7. Management by user calls
    • 8. High cost of connectivity
    • 9. Broad range of vendor solutions
    Expectations
    (Low value)
    1990’s
  • 10. Extreme Innovation
    • Modularity in the OS : ExtremeXOS
    • 11. Extensibility : XML, UPM & scripting
    • 12. Cross-family stacking
    • 13. ‘Greener’ technology
    Extreme Networks. A legacy of Innovation.
    Extreme Innovation
    • Technology that changed the industry
    • 14. Layer 2/3 like no one else
    • 15. Ethernet Everywhere
    • 16. Powerful resiliency.
    Aspirational
    (High value)
    • Multiprotocol complexity
    • 17. Management by user calls
    • 18. High cost of connectivity
    • 19. Broad range of vendor solutions
    • 20. Gigabit with promise of 10Gb
    • 21. IP: broad adoption
    • 22. IP/DS & NAC: didn’t hit the mark
    • 23. Rapid ASP decay, but complexity returned
    • 24. Management …
    Expectations
    (Low value)
    1990’s
    2000’s
  • 25. Extreme Networks. A legacy of Innovation.
    The next wave of innovation from Extreme Networks
    Extreme Innovation
    • Modularity in the OS : ExtremeXOS
    • 26. Extensibility : XML, UPM & scripting
    • 27. Cross-family stacking
    • 28. ‘Greener’ technology
    Extreme Innovation
    • Technology that changed the industry
    • 29. Layer 2/3 like no one else
    • 30. Ethernet Everywhere
    • 31. Powerful resiliency.
    Aspirational
    (High value)
    • Multiprotocol complexity
    • 32. Management by user calls
    • 33. High cost of connectivity
    • 34. Broad range of vendor solutions
    • 35. Gigabit with promise of 10Gb
    • 36. IP: broad adoption
    • 37. IP/DS & NAC: didn’t hit the mark
    • 38. Rapid ASP decay, but complexity returned
    • 39. Management …
    • 40. Rapid decay of 1/10Gb ASP
    • 41. Voice & Data networks
    • 42. Lower power consumption
    • 43. Device proliferation
    • 44. Modular & Stacking
    • 45. Management …
    Expectations
    (Low value)
    2010+
    1990’s
    2000’s
  • 46. Tomorrow’s Network. Today.
    Delivering network solutions that enable the innovative business.
  • 47. Tomorrow’s Network.Today.
    Addressing the business opportunities of tomorrow
  • 48. Business of Tomorrow : The Context
    Business Expectation
    Business Architecture
    Intelligent alignment: Process to User. Why ?
    • Maximize process adoption
    • 49. Improved business agility
    • 50. Increased workforce productivity
    Business Process
    Network
    Application / Service
    Device
    The value to business is in the integration and alignment of the ‘layers’.
    User / Subscriber
  • 51. Business of Tomorrow : The Context
    Business Expectation
    Business Reality
    Business Architecture
    Intelligent alignment: Process to User. Why ?
    • Maximize process adoption
    • 52. Improved business agility
    • 53. Increased workforce productivity
    Business Process
    Application / Service
    X
    X
    Network
    X
    Device
    Limited awareness between
    the ‘layers’.
    “LCD” process design and adoption
    User / Subscriber
  • 54. Business of Tomorrow : The Context
    Business Reality
    Business Architecture
    Intelligent alignment: Process to User. Why ?
    • Maximize process adoption
    • 55. Improved business agility
    • 56. Increased workforce productivity
    Business Process
    Application / Service
    X
    X
    Network
    X
    Device
    Limited awareness between
    the ‘layers’.
    “LCD” process design and adoption
    User / Subscriber
  • 57. Business of Tomorrow : Innovative alternative
    Three-steps
    Business Architecture
    Business Process
    1
    Application / Service
    Leverage the Network
    • Many applications; many devices; many users. But one network.
    • 58. Enable powerful awareness within the network.
    Network
    Device
    User / Subscriber
  • 59. Business of Tomorrow : Innovative alternative
    Three-steps
    Business Architecture
    Business Process
    1
    Leverage the Network
    2
    Application / Service
    Network
    Apply Performance
    • Through network or application policies, deliver network performance where it is required.
    Device
    User / Subscriber
  • 60. Business of Tomorrow : Innovative alternative
    Three-steps
    Business Architecture
    Business Process
    1
    Leverage the Network
    2
    Apply Performance
    Application / Service
    3
    Network
    Device
    Application Empowerment
    • Deliver awareness to the application to influence behavior, or enable the application to influence the network
    User / Subscriber
  • 61. Business of Tomorrow : Innovative alternative
    Three-steps
    Business Architecture
    Business Process
    1
    Leverage the Network
    2
    Apply Performance
    Application / Service
    3
    Application Empowerment
    Network
    Why ?
    • Maximize process adoption
    • 62. Improved business agility
    • 63. Increased workforce productivity
    Device
    User / Subscriber
  • 64. Business of Tomorrow : Innovative alternative
    In the Enterprise
    Business Architecture
    Why ?
    • Enable the delivery of next generation mobility and location aware business applications.
    • 65. Deliver performance controls for business critical applications (VoIP, VioIP, etc.)
    • 66. Improve business process adoption through flexible and versatile access options
    Business Process
    Application / Service
    Network
    Device
    User / Subscriber
  • 67. Business of Tomorrow : Innovative alternative
    In the Data Center
    Business Architecture
    Why ?
    • Deliver the network controls essential to support the virtualization life-cycle : cradle to grave.
    • 68. Provide demand-driven scalability to respond to the activity peaks.
    • 69. Align power consumption to infrastructure and service demand.
    Business Process
    Application / Service
    Network
    Device
    User / Subscriber
  • 70. Business of Tomorrow : Innovative alternative
    In the Metro
    Business Architecture
    Why ?
    • Improve subscriber loyalty through rapid, reliable service delivery.
    • 71. Offer powerful and managed self-service provisioning.
    • 72. Respond to increasing competition through improved flexibility
    • 73. Lower the cost of delivery.
    Business Process
    Application / Service
    Network
    Device
    User / Subscriber
  • 74. Tomorrow’s Network. Today.
    Essential technology in the
    Network of Tomorrow
  • 75. The Solution of today : The Aware Network
    A network that is aware of the user; not just the IP or MAC address but the specific user whether mobile or static
    Business Architecture
    Business Process
    Internet
    Associate user to port, location & device through Kerberos snoop.
    Report at switch, management and application layers.
    Move beyond IP to user identity. Then Role based networking.
    Application / Service
    Firewall
    IPS
    IPS
    Network
    Device
    Server Farm
    User / Subscriber
    Firewall
    Extreme
    EPICenter
  • 76. The Solution of today : The Aware Network
    Work Flow and Resource Management
    Security/Safety
    Asset Tracking
    A network that is aware of location. Location of a mobile or static user or device and delivers visibility to the application
    Business Architecture
    Utilization of equipment
    Track high value mobile assets
    Alert when an asset /person leaves a zone
    Business Process
    Capture and track location of mobile devices and assets.
    Deliver location detail (static and mobile) to business applications.
    Improved safety security, utilization.
    Application / Service
    Network
    Device
    User / Subscriber
  • 77. The Solution of today : The Aware Network
    Administrator
    A network that is aware of the attached device, is aware of the status of the device and can provide control over the device
    Business Architecture
    Preparation
    Operation
    Trigger the application of profiles to power off wireless APs or IP handsets on specified edge ports.
    Result: Power savings, lower energy costs, improved security
    Business Process
    3
    Detection and reaction to edge events.
    Modular script and central management throughout environment.
    Deliver improved security, power control & device intelligence.
    Application / Service
    Network
    Create edge policies
    1
    Device
    Deploy scripted modules to switches
    2
    User / Subscriber
  • 78. The Solution of today : The Aware Network
    A network that is aware of the application and adjusts or evolves to accommodate the specific needs of the application
    Business Architecture
    Business Process
    VM life-cycle intelligence within the network.
    Associate network-level controls (performance, quality, security) with the VM.
    Track creation, motion and elimination of virtualized instances.
    Application / Service
    Network
    Device
    User / Subscriber
  • 79. The Solution of today : The Aware Network
    A network that is aware of the services that are running at higher layers and modifies behavior to support specific service needs
    Business Architecture
    Business Process
    Point-and-click provisioning system to reduce errors and simplify services activation.
    Bandwidth management ensures that subscribers get what they ordered.
    Application / Service
    Network
    Device
    User / Subscriber
  • 80. The Solution of today : Applying Performance
    A network that delivers performance controlled by the application and service rather than raw speed
    Business Architecture
    Business Process
    Reduce network switching tiers in the Data Center from five to two.
    Switching in the network through the emerging IEEE standard – VEPA.
    Industry leading fan out : Tyco MRJ21.
    Application / Service
    Network
    Device
    User / Subscriber
  • 81. The Solution of today : Applying Performance
    A network that delivers performance controlled by the application and service rather than raw speed
    Business Architecture
    Business Process
    Highly scalable architecture through distributed forwarding architecture.
    Investment Protection with cross-family stacking (10Mb to 40Gb).
    Power intelligence - both delivery and consumption.
    The resiliency of a network ring through EAPS.
    Application / Service
    Network
    Device
    DistributedForwarding
    User / Subscriber
  • 82. The Solution of today : Applying Performance
    A network that can be controlled and managed from the application layer; one network, one Operating System.
    Business Architecture
    Business Process
    One OS (ExtremeXOS®) across the entire portfolio with one common SDK.
    Granular command, control and visibility at the service, port, switch or network level.
    Open, standards-based development platform based upon a secure and powerful Linux kernel.
    Application / Service
    Network
    Device
    User / Subscriber