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NASSCOM Infrastructure Management Summit 2013 - Building the Cloud Ready Data Center NASSCOM Infrastructure Management Summit 2013 - Building the Cloud Ready Data Center Presentation Transcript

  • BUILDING THE CLOUD READY DATA CENTER MANAGING DIRECTOR, SYSTEMS ENGINEERING APAC Joseph D. Green
  • ARE WE HERE TODAY TO DISCUSS PRODUCTS? (NO)
  • Insight
  • THE NETWORK IS SHAPING APAC’S FUTURE Fueling Cloud Innovation FUELLING GLOBAL GROWTH 60% 5 years Fastest growing region over the next of the world’s population EXPLOSIVE DEMAND 1 BILLION+ internet users (45% of global users) 50% of world’s mobile subscribers in APAC NEW NETWORK REQUIREMENTS  Mobility  4G/LTE roll out  Cloud  Security  National Broadband Networks  Data Center  Big Data  SDN
  •  Out of 1358 Global respondents  49% see Cloud as transformational to their business  40% investigating Cloud  5% don’t see Cloud as an option-May be a good reason for this  6% don’t know (I fire these people….) INTERESTING FACTS ON CLOUD
  • TODAY’S CLOUD DEBATE “Telcos swap dumb pipe problem for dumb cloud” -PANDO MONTHLY “Telcos are in a superior position to capitalize on cloud services... because they own the network.” -HEAVY READING
  • SecurityCloudMobile Internet “The network is the foundation of the cloud experience — if there is no network, there is no cloud.” -Gartner CloudMobile Internet
  • NETWORK INNOVATIONS ACCELERATING CLOUD GROWTH
  • CLOUD GROWTH DRIVER #1: User Experience QUALITY OF EXPERIENCE As demand for mobile video explodes globally will separate leaders from followers.
  • CLOUD GROWTH DRIVER #2: Security Innovation THE POWER OF DECEPTION allows SPs to protect individuals and businesses. As the Cloud gives rise to massive targets for cyber criminals
  • CLOUD GROWTH DRIVER #3: Service Velocity Software Defined Networks enable DYNAMIC SERVICE DEPLOYMENT speeding time to revenue.
  • OPPORTUNITIES IN THE CLOUD VALUE CHAIN Cloud Industry Solutions Solutions for Healthcare, Financial Services, Government etc. Examples: SingTel Healthcare360; Telstra Connected Government Cloud; China Unicom Connected Vehicles Services Direct XaaS Services Cloud Services Delivered Directly Examples: Verizon Terremark; NTT Com’s Cloudn Cloud Enablement Services Equipping Others To Deliver Cloud Services Examples: Optus PowerON Cloud Solutions; Bharti Cloud Enablement Platform Premium Mobile Video Services HD Content on any Device Examples: NotTV; Starhub AnywhereTV The Network IS the Differentiator Across all of these Opportunities (Source: Gartner; Juniper Analysis)
  • Copyright © 2013 Juniper Networks, Inc. www.juniper.netJUNIPER CONFIDENTIAL13 TRENDS & CHALLENGES
  • PROLIFERATION OF DEVICES CONTENT CONSUMPTION CONNECTED SOCIALIZATION MACHINE TO MACHINE The connected culture 2010-2020
  • Copyright © 2013 Juniper Networks, Inc. www.juniper.netJUNIPER CONFIDENTIAL Scalable Fast Reliable Secure Simple DEFINITION OF HIGH-PERFORMANCE NETWORKING The Network is the foundation of the Data Center What problem are we trying to solve?
  • LET’S THINK, IN A DIFFERENT WAY What do you see? Has this changed the way you always do something? Remember this?
  • MAPPING THIS TO REALITY
  • TOP PRIORITIES OF CIO’S TODAY* 1. Deliver Operational results 2. Improving I.T. Apps and Infrastructure 3. Reducing Enterprise Costs 4. Attracting and retaining customers 5. Implementing enterprise strategy 6. Attracting and retaining the workforce 7. Increasing growth 8. Improving business processes 9. Increasing management controls 10. Implementing mobility solutions 1. Business Intelligence and Analytics 2. Legacy modernization 3. IT Management 4. Collaboration Technologies 5. Mobile Devices 6. Mobile workforce applications 7. Security Technologies 8. Cloud Computing 9. Virtualization 10. Service oriented architecture Business Priorities Technical Priorities *Gartner2013
  • CHANGING THE CIO AGENDA “Where do I spend my time & energy?” COMMODITY I.T. Email HR Systems ERP Systems Collaboration Environment Distance Learning High-Performance Trading TeleMedicine STRATEGIC I.T. TODAY’S REALITY FOR CIOs The email system is down! “ ” My log-in doesn’t work. “ ” “Where do I want to spend my time & energy?” COMMODITY I.T. Email HR Systems ERP Systems 85% 15% How can we drive co-creation with our customers? “ ” How can we speed up our innovation cycles? “ ” 85%15% ASPIRATIONAL GOAL FOR CIOs
  • Copyright © 2013 Juniper Networks, Inc. www.juniper.netJUNIPER CONFIDENTIAL Consolidation Virtualization Hybrid Cloud Mobility Big Data Analytics FUNDAMENTAL ARCHITECTURAL SHIFTS Top business goals that will drive IT investments in 2013 Source: IDC 10.3% 24.1% 24.1% 29.3% 32.8% 36.2% 44.8% 46.6% 48.3% 50.0% 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% All Other Responses Meet Compliance Requirements Expand into New Geographic Regions/Countries Improve Organization's Business Processes Increase Organization's Agility Improve Customer Acquisition and Retention Increase Organization's Productivity Increase Organization's Revenue Introduce New and/or Improved Products… Reduce Organization's Costs
  • Copyright © 2013 Juniper Networks, Inc. www.juniper.netJUNIPER CONFIDENTIAL WHAT DO CUSTOMERS CARE ABOUT? Scalability: Support new applications and business growth without architecture disruption Performance & Reliability: optimized for highly virtualized workloads and mobility. Robustness to support mission critical environments Reduce Complexity: Reduce man hours to deploy, configure and maintain, reduce facilities costs Interoperability & Investment protection: Seamless migration, flexibility in architecture to adopt to changing business needs
  • LET’S TAKE A LOOK AT SOME EXAMPLES IS THIS REALLY JUST A CONSUMER PERSPECTIVE?
  • LET’S TAKE A LOOK AT SOME EXAMPLES IS THIS REALLY JUST AN ENT/SP PERSPECTIVE? WHAT’S THE PRIORITY? WHO’S THE CUSTOMER? PRIVACY CONCERNS?
  • CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITY IN APAC
  • SIGNIFICANT ENTERPRISE OPPORTUNITY IN APAC DEMOGRAPHIC AND MARKET TRENDS Source: Infonetics Q412, Dell'Oro Q412 April 2013 Frontier markets as the new battleground Rise of middle class Rapid Urbanization Growing Financial Services sector Power brokers Rapidly Aging Population Total addressable market for APAC in 2013. Represents 22% of Juniper’s worldwide enterprise TAM1 CAGR for APAC enterprise TAM between 2013-2016, which exceeds worldwide CAGR of 4.8%1 $6.7 Billion 6.5%
  • MOBILE DATA AND CLOUD CHALLENGES Impacting Enterprise WAN CAGR in emerging APAC mobile data traffic between 2011 - 2016 67% 623 Million People access the web via mobile in APAC 25% CAGR in APAC enterprise cloud revenues from 2012 - 2016 30% Annual WAN Bandwidth Growth Driving 3 to 4 Year Refresh Cycle Source: Asia Digital Marketing Association; 2012 Source: GartnerSource: Analysys Mason “The Emerging Asia-Pacific telecoms market: trends and forecasts 2011-2016 Source: Infonetics, Quarterly Worldwide, Regional, China and Japan Market Size Share and Forecasts: 3Q12
  • MOBILITY CHALLENGES Impacting Enterprise Mobile Security  Mobile malware increased 155% in 2011 and the growth continues in 2012  Malware samples jumped 30% in the first three months of 2012 These concerns are justified:  Mobile malware increased 155% in 2011 and the growth continues in 2012  Malware samples jumped 30% in the first three months of 2012  Nearly one-third of all IT professionals report their company has experienced a security threat as a result of personal mobile devices accessing company networks  In China almost two-thirds of IT professionals report their company has experienced a security threat Juniper Networks 2012 Trusted Mobility Index & Mobile Threat Center Report
  • TODAY’S SECURITY CHALLENGES The increasingly sophisticated threat landscape State sponsored and motivated by national interest Groups or individual security experts with a common interest Individuals or gangs motivated by monetary rewards
  • RECENT SECURITY INCIDENTS The cost of high-profile security breaches Hackers pick holes in Indian cyber system, hit government websites 1030 times in three years Sophisticated bank fraud attempted to steal at least $78 million Two Indian card payments companies were breached in a global ATM heist that saw $45 million stolen from two banks in the Middle East Heartland Payment Systems Inc accrues $139.4 million in security breach-related expenses Sony hacked twice in one day – 100 million user accounts stolen Twitter says 250,000 accounts have been hacked in security breach
  • TODAY’S SECURITY CONCERNS Ponemon Institute Research: The APAC View 47% 61% say next-generation security falls short of vendor promises say securing web traffic is by far their biggest concern Difficult to deploy Ineffective in preventing attacks Ineffective in detecting attacks Signature and IP/reputation blocking are inadequate Continued DDoS attacks at scale not being stopped Web application security solutions not solving the problem 55% still focus on the inside-out threat Prioritize point solutions over a holistic approach Ineffective against Web app attacks and hacktivism Best at general malware & rootkits Sources: Ponemon Institute Report on Efficacy of Emerging Network Security 2013
  • Copyright © 2013 Juniper Networks, Inc. INNOVATION
  • Copyright © 2013 Juniper Networks, Inc. Data Center APAC will account for 1/4 of global data center investment in 5 years3 Cloud 52% of organizations in APAC(excluding Japan) are either currently using, or actively planning cloud initiatives. The number has tripled since 2009.1 FUELING TECHNOLOGY INNOVATION APAC TECHNOLOGY TRENDS Sources: (1) Forrester; (2) ITU and Frost & Sullivan; (3) Canalys; (4) Ponemon Institute Mobility Home to the world’s largest mobile population and 40% of global mobile data2 Security 55% of organizations in APAC still prioritize point solutions over a holistic approach to managing cyber security threats4
  • INNOVATING ACROSS SYSTEMS, SILICON AND SOFTWARE Systems Software Network Architecture Silicon •A track record of bold innovation •Focus on transforming the economics & experience of networking •Always with an architectural design approach
  • QFabric Director QFabric Interconnect • Full QFabric solutions in live customer deployments • 130+ net new customers in Q4 • Introduced QFX3000-M • Gaining traction • Good sequential growth in Q4 • Strong engagements in all three geographies • Upgrade cycle underway • Protects customer investment of installed base • Announced MX2020 & JunosV App Engine • Broadband, mobile & business services on one platform MX480 MX960 MX240 MX2020 • EX 9200 • SDN Ready • Programmable Switch • Virtual Chassis • ISSU • Universal Access solution for mobile backhaul • Gaining traction • Began shipping in Q3 ACX2000 ACX2100 ACX1100 ACX1000 ACX4000 QFX3600 QFX3500 T4000 PTX EX QFabric™ MX ACX DELIVERING ON OUR INNOVATION AGENDA