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Virtual Branch NetworksOverview<br />
Virtual Branch Networks<br />No-Compromise Functionality<br />Easier<br />Lower Cost<br />Branch & Satellite Offices<br />...
Problem<br />Applications are Centralizing<br />Users are Distributing<br />Data  Voice  Video<br />The CostandComplexit...
Client VPN Solves The Mobile Worker<br />Mobile<br />Worker<br />Occasional<br />Telecommuter<br />“Micro” Branch<br />Sma...
 Per-user control
 Strong security
 “Transport independent”
 Low-cost & easy to deploy</li></li></ul><li>What About Branch Office Needs?<br />Mobile<br />Worker<br />Occasional<br />...
 Data-only access
 Device-dependent
 User-initiated sessions
 Software
 Multiple users
Data+Voice+Video
 Multiple devices
 “Always On”
 Infrastructure</li></li></ul><li>The Traditional Branch Solution<br />Mobile<br />Worker<br />Occasional<br />Telecommute...
 Subnet/port policy model
 Static configurations
 1st-generation wireless
 Piecemeal management</li></li></ul><li>Solution: Virtual BRANCH Networks<br />Mobile<br />Worker<br />Occasional<br />Tel...
Per-user control
Strong security
“Transport independent”
Low Cost & easy to deploy
Centralized
Per-user control
Strong security
“Transport independent”
Low Cost & easy to deploy</li></ul>VPN “Plus ” for the Branch<br />
Aruba Virtual Branch Network Solution<br />Controllers<br />1<br /> VPN Concentrator<br /> PLUSCentralized Remote Network ...
               Remote Access Points<br />WAN<br />Plug-Play Client<br />LAN<br />Local Connectivity<br />PEF<br />Distribu...
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  • BNV works by placing a low-cost Remote Access Point (RAP) at each site. The RAP is responsible for virtualizing network services from your corporate datacenter into each branch location. These RAPs can operate anywhere a network connection is available - public Internet, leased line, DSL, cable, or cellular. This flexibility makes remote network setup a plug-and-play event.Virtualize the branch into the data center and extend the network outEasier to deploy and manage at a lower costSimpler to operateMore scalable in smaller sites without functionality compromises
  • BNV works by placing a low-cost Remote Access Point (RAP) at each site. The RAP is responsible for virtualizing network services from your corporate datacenter into each branch location. These RAPs can operate anywhere a network connection is available - public Internet, leased line, DSL, cable, or cellular. This flexibility makes remote network setup a plug-and-play event.Virtualize the branch into the data center and extend the network outEasier to deploy and manage at a lower costSimpler to operateMore scalable in smaller sites without functionality compromises
  • Aruba’s BNV lets you leverage existing investments in network and security infrastructure rather than repurchasing and rebuilding those services at every site. The BNV provides a secure LAN extension that gives full data center connectivity – including voice, video, and data applications – anywhere your users are working. Applications just work because the remote user experience is the same as the HQ experience
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  • BNV works by placing a low-cost Remote Access Point (RAP) at each site. The RAP is responsible for virtualizing network services from your corporate datacenter into each branch location. These RAPs can operate anywhere a network connection is available - public Internet, leased line, DSL, cable, or cellular. This flexibility makes remote network setup a plug-and-play event.Virtualize the branch into the data center and extend the network outEasier to deploy and manage at a lower costSimpler to operateMore scalable in smaller sites without functionality compromises
  • Flexible controller and RAP platforms and full featured management & reporting
  • Aruba’s virtual branch network provides a solution that delivers remote networking at half the cost of what you are doing today in a package that’s easier to deploy and manage. The system allows you to leverage your data center services by extending them to your users instead of recreating them at every site. Your IT staff can focus on providing high value services, not managing network devices, connections, and subnets. The result? Users have better access to applications and services, IT staff can focus on delivering services, and the business dramatically cuts costs.
  • Today each scenario you need to support ends up with a different technology due to scale, user, etc.Aruba is simpler to deploy and manage because we know who is on the connectionAdvantage Centralized Operations, Control, Management vs. Distributed costs, risks, complexity Zero-Touch Provisioning, End User Installable vs. hand configured and onsite engineers Policy Driven, User Adaptive System vs Multiple, Desperate Static Configurations based on ports, vlans, subnets, and interfaces
  • It’s really very simple. The day of the Switch…is over. WLAN AP are less costly, more flexible, support higher value mobile applications, and cost less to own.Consequently, Yankee Group in their 2009 predictions, expects that this will be the first year ever that ethernet switch sales will go down, and recommends IT professionals use this upgrade cycle to make Wireless networks the primary means of network access. Help your users, help your budget, help your organization be more productive with the rightsized network edge.
  • What are your needs? The solution fits in multiple deployment scenarios without custom reconfiguration of devices at each site.
  • Flexible controller and RAP platforms and full featured management & reporting
  • KEY MESSAGE: MOST ORGANIZATIONS WILL HAVE SEVERAL WINDOWS OF OPPORTUNITY WHERE IT IS EASIER, FASTER AND MORE FINANICIALLY BENEFICIAL TO SHIFT A SIGNIFICANT PORTION OF USERS TO A “PRIMARILY WIRELESS” ACCESS MODEL.When are the key opportunities to save money and increase accessibility by rightsizing your network?While economizing is always a good idea, there are certain common activities that provide additional synergy for network rightsizing.When building out a greenfield network, that would require pulling new cables, WLAN can provide day-1 savings. A wireless card for a desktop PC is typically about $35. Pulling 3-4 cables is typically $600-$800.Additionally, when an organization is coming up on it’s wiring closet refresh, typically performed every 4 to 6 years, network rightsizing can often reduce the closet costs by thousands of dollars.When an organization is reorganizing, and converting more cubicles into a shared pool, also known as hoteling, Network Edge rightsizing can reduce upfront and ongoing costs.When a large group of users will move to another set of already-built cubicles, Network Edge rightsizing can dramatically lower the IT costs of the move.When IT budgets are being cut, Network Edge Rightsizing can reduce the ongoing costs of the existing wired network edge, and in some cases completely pay for Pervasive 11n WLAN while lowering IT budgets in the first year.When new applications are requiring you to expand your network access, Network Edge Rightsizing may allow you to liberate budget to pay for the network expansion.
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    1. 1. Virtual Branch NetworksOverview<br />
    2. 2. Virtual Branch Networks<br />No-Compromise Functionality<br />Easier<br />Lower Cost<br />Branch & Satellite Offices<br />Temporary Facilities<br />Kiosks, Machines & Devices<br />Full-time Homeworkers<br />Supplier, Contractor & Partner Facilities<br />Stores & Clinics<br />
    3. 3. Problem<br />Applications are Centralizing<br />Users are Distributing<br />Data  Voice  Video<br />The CostandComplexity<br />to deploy and manage fully functional and<br /> secure Remote Networks<br />Branch Telework<br />Continuity  Partners<br />
    4. 4. Client VPN Solves The Mobile Worker<br />Mobile<br />Worker<br />Occasional<br />Telecommuter<br />“Micro” Branch<br />Small Branch<br />Work<br />At home<br />Medium Branch<br />VPN<br /><ul><li> Centralized
    5. 5. Per-user control
    6. 6. Strong security
    7. 7. “Transport independent”
    8. 8. Low-cost & easy to deploy</li></li></ul><li>What About Branch Office Needs?<br />Mobile<br />Worker<br />Occasional<br />Telecommuter<br />“Micro” Branch<br />Small Branch<br />Work<br />At home<br />Medium Branch<br />VPN<br />“Outside” network experience<br />“Inside” network experience<br /><ul><li> Single user
    9. 9. Data-only access
    10. 10. Device-dependent
    11. 11. User-initiated sessions
    12. 12. Software
    13. 13. Multiple users
    14. 14. Data+Voice+Video
    15. 15. Multiple devices
    16. 16. “Always On”
    17. 17. Infrastructure</li></li></ul><li>The Traditional Branch Solution<br />Mobile<br />Worker<br />Occasional<br />Telecommuter<br />“Micro” Branch<br />Small Branch<br />Work<br />At home<br />Medium Branch<br />Router/VPN Firewalls<br />IT must trade off cost and complexity against functionality and security<br /><ul><li> Complex features
    18. 18. Subnet/port policy model
    19. 19. Static configurations
    20. 20. 1st-generation wireless
    21. 21. Piecemeal management</li></li></ul><li>Solution: Virtual BRANCH Networks<br />Mobile<br />Worker<br />Occasional<br />Telecommuter<br />“Micro” Branch<br />Small Branch<br />Work<br />At home<br />Medium Branch<br />VPN<br />VBN<br />VBN<br /><ul><li>Centralized
    22. 22. Per-user control
    23. 23. Strong security
    24. 24. “Transport independent”
    25. 25. Low Cost & easy to deploy
    26. 26. Centralized
    27. 27. Per-user control
    28. 28. Strong security
    29. 29. “Transport independent”
    30. 30. Low Cost & easy to deploy</li></ul>VPN “Plus ” for the Branch<br />
    31. 31. Aruba Virtual Branch Network Solution<br />Controllers<br />1<br /> VPN Concentrator<br /> PLUSCentralized Remote Network Functions<br /> PLUSVirtualized Remote Network Operation<br />Datacenters<br />Data Center<br />Remote Access Points (RAPs)<br />2<br />VPN LAN Extension<br />PLUSLocal LAN Connectivity<br />PLUSLocal Policy Enforcement<br />AirWave Management Platform<br />3<br />Configuration Management <br />PLUS TotalOperations Management<br />
    32. 32. Remote Access Points<br />WAN<br />Plug-Play Client<br />LAN<br />Local Connectivity<br />PEF<br />Distributed<br />Policy Enforcement<br />Firewall Engine<br />Client<br />VPN<br />Enterprise<br />Secure<br />Wi-Fi<br />To Datacenters<br />Enterprise<br />Secure<br />Wired<br />LAN/WAN/Internet<br />Access Forwarding Priority<br />Per User/Device/Session<br />Dynamic Policies via Controller<br />
    33. 33. Secure<br />Enterprise<br />Wireless<br />Intrusion Prevention<br />PEF Enforces Policy<br />Per User/Device/Session<br />Dynamically<br />Corporate WLAN<br />Guest Access<br />Local<br />Forwarding<br />Extended PBX<br />IP Voice<br />& Video<br />Split <br />Forwarding<br />Local PBX<br />PEF<br />Wired Clients<br />NAS & Servers<br />Realtime Visibility <br />Realtime Control<br />To The User<br />Enterprise<br />Secured<br />Wired<br />Printers<br />Network Devices<br />No Compromise Functionality<br />
    34. 34. Breakthrough Price-Performance<br />“Micro” Branch<br />Small Branch<br />1-5 users<br />Up to 50 users<br />RAP-2wg<br />2 Secure-Ports<br />802.11b/g Wi-Fi<br />$99 US List<br />RAP-5<br />5 Secure-Ports<br />USB-WAN<br />$395 US List<br />RAP-5wn<br />5 Secure-Ports<br />802.11a/b/g/n<br />USB-WAN<br />$595 US List<br />Medium To Large Branches<br />Up to 250 users<br />650<br />8 Secure-Ports<br />USB-WAN, NAS/Print<br />651<br />8 Secure-Ports<br />802.11a/b/g/n Wi-Fi <br />USB-WAN, NAS/Print<br />620<br />8 Secure-Ports<br />USB-WAN<br />Starting At $1,495 US List<br />
    35. 35. Controllers<br />APIs/Integration<br />RADIUS/LDAP/AD<br />Management Hooks<br />PEF<br />Distributed<br />Policy Enforcement<br />Firewall Engine<br />VPN<br />Server<br />Remote<br />Wireless LAN<br />Control<br />To Branch<br />Remote<br />Wired Security<br />Control<br />Centralized, Fully Integrated Solution<br />Realtime Control of Remote Access Points<br />
    36. 36. ArubaOS Software<br />Purpose Built, Scalable Controllers<br />A6000-M3<br />A3200<br />A3600<br />A3400<br />Starting Under $10,000 U.S. List<br />Common software platform that scales to support any network<br />
    37. 37. AirWave Management Platform<br />Executive Management<br />L1/L2 Help Desk<br />Security & Audit Team<br />Network Engineering<br />Provisioning & Configuration<br /><ul><li>Provision System
    38. 38. Centralized configuration & change control
    39. 39. System Diagnostics</li></ul>Reporting & Analysis <br /><ul><li>Usage & trend reports
    40. 40. Triggers & alerts
    41. 41. APIs for 3rd party integration</li></ul>Monitoring &<br />Visualization<br /><ul><li>Full visibility to every remote user & device
    42. 42. Remote diagnostics & automated troubleshooting</li></ul>Compliance Mgmt & Security<br /><ul><li>Automated compliance audits & reports
    43. 43. Wired & wireless intrusion detection</li></ul>Wired and Wireless Unified<br />Role Based Access Control<br />One Integrated Operations Management Solution<br />
    44. 44. Secure<br />Corp<br />Network<br />Easy To Deploy<br />my.controller.com<br />Secure<br />Corp<br />Network<br />Secure<br />Corp<br />Network<br />PEF<br />PEF<br />PEF<br />Plug In RAP to ANY network<br />2. Enter controller address<br />3. Secure connection established (2-factor optional)<br />4. Controller automatically updates and provisions RAP<br />5. Secure remote network automatically comes up<br />End User Installable, No Truck-Rolls! <br />
    45. 45. Easy To Manage<br />Traditional<br />Image Mgmt<br />Config Mgmt<br />IP Mgmt<br />Firmware<br />Image Mgmt<br />Config Mgmt<br />IP Mgmt<br />Firmware<br />Image Mgmt<br />Config Mgmt<br />IP Mgmt<br />Firmware<br />Image Mgmt<br />Config Mgmt<br />IP Mgmt<br />Firmware<br />x “N”<br />Image Mgmt<br />Config Mgmt<br />IP Mgmt<br />Firmware<br />Image Mgmt<br />Config Mgmt<br />IP Mgmt<br />Firmware<br />x 1<br />End-User<br />Help-Desk<br />“Assist”<br />Tools<br />End-User<br />Help-Desk<br />“Assist”<br />Tools<br />Monitoring<br />Changes<br />Troubleshooting<br />Monitoring<br />Changes<br />Troubleshooting<br />Monitoring<br />Changes<br />Troubleshooting<br />Monitoring<br />Changes<br />Troubleshooting<br />Key Functions Centralized & Virtualized<br />Reduction In Managed Devices to One<br />Realtime Remote Visibility and Control<br />User Level<br />Packet Level<br />Instant Changes<br />
    46. 46. Transport Independence<br />LAN Challenge Solved<br /><ul><li>User Connectivity
    47. 47. Security Policy
    48. 48. Traffic Policy</li></ul>Management Solved<br /><ul><li>Realtime Visibility
    49. 49. Realtime Control</li></ul>Secure<br />Corp<br />Branch<br />Network<br />Any<br />WAN/LAN<br />Transport Is A “Cloud”<br />Buy transport from the most convenient supplier<br />RAP Drops Traffic To It or Tunnels Through It<br />
    50. 50. Dramatic Cost Advantage<br />
    51. 51. Example: 50 Small Branches + 200 Home Branches<br />19<br />
    52. 52. Single Solution For All Branch Needs<br />Employees<br />Contractors<br />Partners<br />Suppliers<br />Guests<br />Multiple users,<br />Multiple devices,<br />Multiple policies,<br />ONE NETWORK<br />PC’s<br />Printers<br />Phones<br />Cameras<br />Machines<br />
    53. 53. Aruba<br />VBN<br />Remote Networks <br />Easier<br />Lower Cost<br />Without Compromise<br />
    54. 54. Broad Applicability<br />General Enterprise & Government<br />Branch-at-Home<br />Home Workers<br />Virtual Call Center<br />Business Continuity<br />Executives<br />Branch Office<br />Complete Branch<br />Wireless Overlay<br />Branch-in-Branch<br />Hoteling & Suites <br />Remote Devices<br />Kiosks<br />ATM’s<br />Security Cameras<br />Monitoring Systems<br />Retail<br />Healthcare<br />Education<br />Complete Store<br />Store-in-Store<br />Wireless & PCI<br />EMR<br />Telemedicine<br />Clinics<br />Extended Campus<br />Distance Learning<br />Wireless Overlay<br />
    55. 55. Backup Slides<br />
    56. 56. Aruba At A Glance<br />Technology Leader<br />Enterprise Wireless LAN<br /><ul><li>Founded 2001
    57. 57. NASDAQ: ARUN
    58. 58. Russell® 2000/3000
    59. 59. 6,500+ customers in 130 countries
    60. 60. Financially Strong
    61. 61. #2 Marketshare</li></ul>Key Innovations<br /><ul><li>Centralized Wireless LAN
    62. 62. User-Centric Policy Enforcement Firewalls
    63. 63. Total Operations Solution Management</li></li></ul><li>Problem<br />The CostandComplexity<br />to deploy and manage, fully functional and<br /> secure Remote Networks<br />LAN<br />WAN<br />Connectivity & Policy<br />Links & Routes<br />Getting Easier<br />MPLS, Broadband & Cellular<br />Centralized Computing<br />Cloud Services<br />Getting Harder<br />Applications, Users, Devices<br />Security and Compliance<br />Wireless & Prioritization<br />
    64. 64. The Router/Switch/Firewall Solution<br />2. Internetwork <br />3. Manage Boxes<br />1. Build “Mini” Campus<br />Strong WAN Capabilities<br />Replicates Campus Complexity x N<br /><ul><li>IP, VLANs, Ports, Routes
    65. 65. Static Configuration, Images</li></ul>Subnet-Based Policy Model<br /><ul><li>Complex and Limited Security
    66. 66. Handcrafted Priority/QoS
    67. 67. Limited User/Device Level Visibility</li></ul>1st Generation Wireless Limits Use<br />Difficult <br />to deploy, manage, control<br />High Cost <br />hardware & labor<br />Compromises <br />& Tradeoffs<br />
    68. 68. Comprehensive Network Management<br />Location<br />Management<br />Security<br />
    69. 69. New Workplace Initiatives<br />Refresh & End-of-Life<br />Expansion & New Requirements<br />Business Structure Change<br />28<br />When Does VBN Make Sense?<br />
    70. 70. Problem<br />Problem Solved<br />The CostandComplexity<br />to deploy and manage Branch Networks<br />TheLow CostandEasyanswer<br />to deploy and manage Branch Networks<br />WAN<br />LAN<br />Links & Routes<br />Connectivity & Policy<br />Getting Easier<br />MPLS, Broadband & Cellular<br />Site-Site VPN<br />Centralized Computing<br />Cloud Services<br />Getting Harder<br />Applications, Users, Devices<br />Wireless<br />Security and Compliance<br />Prioritization<br />Transport <br />Simplified<br /><ul><li> SOLVED </li></li></ul><li>Micro/Home Branch: RAP-2WG (Chuck) <br /><ul><li>Wireless: single radio 802.11b/g
    71. 71. 100mW radio
    72. 72. 2 x 10/100 Base-T (RJ-45)
    73. 73. Uplink/tunnel
    74. 74. Secure access port
    75. 75. 12V DC powered
    76. 76. Tiny Form Factor ≈4” x 3” x 1”
    77. 77. Functionality: wired, wireless, WIPS
    78. 78. ~5Mb/sec throughput
    79. 79. Up to ≈5 users/device
    80. 80. Shipping now</li></li></ul><li>Micro/Small Branch: RAP-5 and RAP-5WN <br /><ul><li>Single radio 802.11n, multi-band 802.11a/b/g/n
    81. 81. 3x3 MIMO, integrated antenna
    82. 82. Hardware accelerated crypto
    83. 83. 1x 10/100/1000Base-T (RJ-45)
    84. 84. 4x 10/100Base-T (RJ-45)
    85. 85. 1x USB 2.0 port
    86. 86. WAN support via EVDO/HSDPA, Ethernet
    87. 87. DC power input
    88. 88. Functionality: wired, wireless, WIPS, client/mesh
    89. 89. 100Mb/sec+ throughput
    90. 90. Up to ≈50 users
    91. 91. Shipping now</li></ul>* Options vary by model<br />
    92. 92. Medium Branch: 600 Family<br /><ul><li>Single radio 802.11n / multi-band 802.11a/b/g/n
    93. 93. 3x3 MIMO
    94. 94. Hardware accelerated crypto
    95. 95. 2x 10/100/1000Base-T (RJ-45)
    96. 96. 8x 10/100Base-T (RJ-45)
    97. 97. 4x USB 2.0 port
    98. 98. Power-over-Ethernet (PoE)
    99. 99. Network attached storage port
    100. 100. WAN support via EVDO/HSDPA and Ethernet
    101. 101. DC power input
    102. 102. Functionality: wired, wireless, WIPS, client/mesh
    103. 103. 100Mb/sec+ throughput
    104. 104. Up to 256 users
    105. 105. Shipping early summer 2009</li></ul>* Options vary by model<br />
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