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    • Ÿ INTERNETWORKING Ÿ DATA CENTER Ÿ BROADBAND ACCESS Cisco OnePK Jeff Yeh  Jeff_yeh@syscom.com.tw Syscom Inc. 2012 All rights reserved
    • Agenda Ÿ  What’s OnePK Ÿ  OnePK Architecture Ÿ  What’s PossibleSyscom Inc. 2012 All rights reserved 2
    • What’s OnePK Ÿ  ONE is Open Network Environment –  It’s portfolio of Cisco technologies and open standards Ÿ  PK is Programming KitSyscom Inc. 2012 All rights reserved 3
    • How we interact with Network Software TodaySyscom Inc. 2012 All rights reserved 4
    • The onePK Architecture Maximizes FlexibilitySyscom Inc. 2012 All rights reserved 5
    • OnePK Is About Possibilities Ÿ  Our early adopters are using onePK for new applications, service automation, and more. –  Customize route logic. –  Create flow-based services such as QoS. –  Enhance existing features. –  Enable applications to adapt to changing network conditions such as bandwidth. –  Automate workflows spanning multiple devices.Syscom Inc. 2012 All rights reserved 6
    • Base Service SetsSyscom Inc. 2012 All rights reserved 7
    • What’s Possible Use case1:Cloud Services AutomationSyscom Inc. 2012 All rights reserved 8
    • What’s Possible (cont.) Use case 2:Custom RoutingSyscom Inc. 2012 All rights reserved 9
    • What’s Possible (cont.) Use case 2:Dynamic Bandwidth/QoS AllocationSyscom Inc. 2012 All rights reserved 10
    • What’s Possible (cont.) Use case 4:Customized ManagementSyscom Inc. 2012 All rights reserved 11
    • Summary Cisco + OpenFlow + OpenStack  = ONE software-defined network Syscom Inc. 2012 All rights reserved 12
    • Questions ?Syscom Inc. 2012 All rights reserved 13