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Juniper Networks introduced its SDN strategy during its 2013 Global Partner Conference. Executive Vice President of the Software Solutions Division, Bob Muglia, introduced the company's vision, ...

Juniper Networks introduced its SDN strategy during its 2013 Global Partner Conference. Executive Vice President of the Software Solutions Division, Bob Muglia, introduced the company's vision, strategy and licensing model for the SDN transition.

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  • 1. DECODING SDNBob MugliaEXECUTIVE VICE PRESIDENT, SOFTWARE SOLUTIONS DIVISION
  • 2. 7 MYTHS OF SDN Myth: Myth: Myth: Myth: Myth: Myth: Myth:It’s only about It’s only about It’s only It’s only about It’s only It’s going It’s going to datacenter reducing about centralization about to happen take forever networking CAPEX software OpenFlow immediately Truth: Truth: Truth: Truth: Truth: Truth: Truth: It applies to Opex It will fuel Considerable OpenFlow is It will happen We will beginall networking reduction hardware intelligence just a protocol step-by-step to see the and is more innovation stays and probably impact in networking significant decentralized not the most 2013 services important one for SDN
  • 3. NETWORKINGBUSINESS CHALLENGESConfiguration Features Software Packaging ReliabilityOverly complex, Slow to respond Too hard to Inflexible, Below manual, to business deploy difficult to scale expectations operationally requests expensive.
  • 4. WHY DO WE NEED SDN? Static Networks Manual Policies Monolithic Network Essential Services Applications Must respond Must be automated to Must dynamically scale Must be developeddynamically based on reduce personnel cost independent of within the network to Business Policy network devices deliver business results
  • 5. SDN PRINCIPLES Separate Centralize Use the cloud Common Standard Broadly apply networking Mgmt, Services for elastic scale Platform for protocols for to Network &software into and Control and flexible network and interoperability Network 4 layers – layers deployment Security across vendors SecurityForwarding, enabling usage- applications Enterprise & Control, based pricing and ServiceServices and management Providers Mgmt integration Mobile and WirelineOptimize each Simplifies Reduce time Enables new Provides Flexibility network network to service and business choice and new element design and correlate cost solutions and lowers business lowers OPEX based on cost opportunities value
  • 6. SECURITY &NETWORKING DEVICESPast SOFTWARE HARDWARE CONTROL PROCESSOR FORWARDING BLADES SERVER BLADES OR CLI OSS/BSS
  • 7. SECURITY &NETWORKING DEVICES2012 SOFTWARE HARDWARE Management Services CONTROL PROCESSOR FORWARDING BLADES SERVER BLADES OR CLI OSS/BSS
  • 8. CENTRALIZATIONCENTRALIZED FUNCTIONS DISTRIBUTED DEVICES Network Network Network Centralized Management Element 1 Element 2 Element… n Configuration Configuration Configuration copy copy copy Centralized Services Local Control Local Control Local Control layer layer layer Forwarding Forwarding Forwarding Centralized Controller Layer Layer Layer
  • 9. STEP 1Centralize Management Published Protocols Open standard where possible SOFTWARE HARDWARE Option A FORWARDING Custom Applications PROCESSOROrchestration Orchestration X86 SERVER Data Center CONTROL OSS/BSS BLADES BLADES Management VMs Analytics VMs Option B FORWARDING PROCESSOR CONTROL BLADES X86 SERVER RACK
  • 10. STEP 2Extract Services SOFTWARE HARDWARE Option A FORWARDING Custom Applications PROCESSOR Orchestration X86 SERVER Data Center CONTROL BLADES BLADES Mgmt & Analytics VMsTETHERED Services VMs SERVICES Option B FORWARDING PROCESSOR CONTROL BLADES X86 SERVER RACK
  • 11. JUNIPERIn 2013 JUNOS SOFTWARE MX HARDWARE Option A FORWARDING X86 ROUTING Custom Applications Orchestration SERVICES X86 APPS BLADES ENGINE CARDS JunosV Junos SpaceTETHERED SGSN/MME, Media Cache SERVICES JUNOSV APP ENGINE Option B FORWARDING X86 ROUTING BLADES ENGINE X86 SERVER RACK
  • 12. STEP 3Centralize the Controller SOFTWARE HARDWARE Custom Applications Orchestration Data Center Mgmt & Analytics VMs FORWARDING PROCESSOR SERVICE Services VMs CONTROL BLADESCHAINING Central Controller VMs X86 CLOUD
  • 13. EXAMPLE SDN SERVICE CHAINDatacenter Cloud Application Internet to Web Server Runs as a VM Application Internet Stateful Hypervisor Web Delivery Router Firewall vSwitch Server Controller
  • 14. EXAMPLE SDN SERVICE CHAINData Center Cloud Web Server VM to Mid-tier VM Runs as a VM Application Hypervisor Hypervisor Mid-Tier Web Server Delivery vSwitch vSwitch Application Controller Physical Network
  • 15. EXAMPLE SDN SERVICE CHAINMobile Service Provider Edge Runs as a VM Carrier Policy & Evolved Deep Grade Edge Stateful Charging Edge Packet Packet Network Router Firewall Enforcement Router Core Inspection Address Function Translation
  • 16. JUNIPERIn 2014/2015 JUNOS SOFTWARE MX & SRX HARDWARE Custom Applications OpenStack VMware or Junos Space FORWARDING X86 ROUTING SERVICE Juniper Linux Service VMs BLADES ENGINECHAINING Contrail Controller VMs JUNOSV APP ENGINE X86 CLOUD
  • 17. STEP 4Optimize the Hardware SOFTWARE HARDWARE Option A Option C Custom Applications Orchestration Data Center FORWARDING FORWARDING PROCESSOR PROCESSOR X86 SERVER Mgmt & Analytics VMs CONTROL CONTROL BLADES BLADES BLADES SERVICE Services VMs X86 CLOUDCHAINING Central Controller VMs Option B Option D CONFIGURATION COPY FORWARDING PROCESSOR CONTROL BLADES LOCAL CONTROL OPTIMIZED FORWARDING X86 X86 CLOUD SERVER RACK
  • 18. FLEXIBLE LICENSING FOR SDN NETWORK APPLIANCE LICENSING LICENSING FOR SDN Application Deep Carrier Security Policy & Evolved Deep Grade Delivery Packet Stateful Charging Firewall Router Packet Firewall Packet Enforcement Network Controller Inspection Core Inspection Address Appliance Function Appliance Appliance Translation LICENSING FOR APPLIANCES JUNIPER SOFTWARE ADVANTAGE Appliance Software Restricted/ Non Centric Full Use/Elastic Transferable Lifetime Embedded Transferable Software Assurance
  • 19. JUNIPER AND PARTNERSMOVING TO SOFTWARETOGETHER Sell SDN Invest For Win With Today Tomorrow Customers