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MidoNet US Launch - Oct 15
 

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US launch of Midokura. Announcement of MidoNet. Announcement of OpenStack / MidoNet integration.

US launch of Midokura. Announcement of MidoNet. Announcement of OpenStack / MidoNet integration.

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    • MidoNet US launch presentationOctober 15, 2012
    • Midokura announcement 1 Midokura is entering the US market 2 Midokura is introducing MidoNet. Launching at the OpenStack conference on October 15th. 3 Midokura is announcing our integration with OpenStack 2
    • MidoNet is a fully distributed decentralized software defined virtual networkbuilt for IaaS stacks. 3
    • The Midokura Story Co-Founders, Dan and Kato-san came up with the Midokura concept and provided the initial investment 4
    • The Midokura Story We realized immediately that the two largest problems in building a cloud are networking and storage 5
    • The Midokura Story Started prototyping two products: MidoNet (Software Defined Networking) and MidoStore (Object Storage) 6
    • The Midokura Story Dropped the MidoStore product, shelved plans of being a service provider, and focused all efforts on MidoNet 7
    • The Midokura Story In addition to industry experience, our team also has research credentials from Cornell, EPFL, and Stanford 8
    • The Midokura Story And we have a lot more in store 9
    • Midokura company overview Raised $5.5 Million from Japanese investors, including Bit-Isle, MUFJ Capital, and First Holdings US Japan Spain Total 24 Employees Across 10
    • The MidoNet Solution MidoNet is an advanced Software Defined Networking (SDN) solution that uncouples your cloud from your network hardware, creating an intelligent software abstraction layer between your end hosts and your physical network. This abstraction layer allows the network operator to move existing,multi-vendor, physical network appliances into a software-based virtual multi-tenant domain. 11
    • MidoNet Key Features •  Virtual L2 Distributed Switching •  Virtual L2 Isolation •  Virtual L3 Distributed Routing •  Virtual L3 Isolation •  L4 Services (Load Balancing, Firewall) •  NAT •  Access Control Lists (ACLs) •  Virtual port and device monitoring •  Restful API •  Web based management control panel Currently in limited Beta. General availability will be announced shortly. 12
    • Problems In Cloud Networking Existing Networks are difficult to1 provision and scale The current cloud networking models2 are inherently insecure The current cloud networking models3 aren’t resilient to failures 13
    • Problems In Cloud Networking Existing Networks are difficult to1 provision and scale •  The standard environment that has multi-vendor heterogeneous network devices is difficult to provision. •  The difficulty of manually configuring network resources increases substantially as the size of the network increases. •  Existing network gear isn’t designed to be provisioned at the micro-granularity and high-churn of virtualized environments. 14
    • Midokura’s Answer Existing Networks are difficult to1 provision and scaleA Automation and Scalability •  Since MidoNet provides an abstraction layer between the physical world and the virtual world, the underlying hardware can be disparate, multi-vendor networking gear and it only needs to be configured once (on installation of the cloud). •  With MidoNet, cloud users can manage and configure their own virtual networks centrally.  Since everything is happening in the software (virtual) layer, the physical network does not need to be re-configured as the virtual network dynamically changes. no ssh-ing , no shell scripts , no more integration 15
    • Problems In Cloud Networking2 The current cloud networking models are inherently insecure •  In a multi-tenant cloud, maintaining network-level isolation between tenants has been cost-prohibitive and very onerous. 16
    • Midokura’s Answer2 The current cloud networking models are inherently insecureA Isolation •  MidoNet automatically isolates tenants on a network-level 17
    • Problems In Cloud Networking3 The current cloud networking models aren’t resilient to failures 18
    • Midokura’s Answer3 The current cloud networking models aren’t resilient to failuresA Resiliency •  Since Midokura’s DNA is in building fault-tolerant distributed architectures, MidoNet was designed this way since day one. 19
    • Additional Benefits+ MidoNet lowers your costs of building and running your cloud •  The ”higher-level" network intelligence is in software, so the underlying hardware can be less-intelligent. CapEx can be substantially decreased by using common x86 gear instead of proprietary network appliances. •  OpEx can also be lowered because managing a MidoNet solution will require less specialized knowledge and manpower thereby lowering the ratio of network engineers to network devices, and subsequently increasing your human scalability. 20
    • Additional Benefits+ And the best part is… • MidoNet is tightly integrated with 21
    • Midokura announcement1 Midokura is entering the US market2 Midokura is introducing MidoNet. Launching at the OpenStack conference on October 15th.3 Midokura is announcing our integration with OpenStack 22
    • Questions?email info@midokura.com 23