1 | Copyright © 2009 Juniper Networks, Inc. | www.juniper.net
Safe Harbor
Statements made during all analyst day presentations and question and answer
sessions concerning Juniper Netwo...
HIGH-PERFORMANCE NETWORKING
                                                   JUNIPER’S GROWTH ENGINE




               ...
Agenda



                      The Power of High-Performance Networking


                      The Foundation of Juniper...
“Connect Everything, Empower Everyone”
 JUNIPER’S FOUNDING VISION



                     All information systems on the p...
The Internet Explosion
 A RESOUNDING CONFIRMATION!


           # Web Sites                                               ...
Driving Force Behind Exponential Growth
 THE IMPERATIVE TO GROW HUMAN KNOWLEDGE AS FAST AS POSSIBLE


         Knowledge G...
Juniper’s Focus:
 High-Performance Networking




          2             3                6                103


        ...
Core Technology Competencies
                                    Features and Functionality = Customer Value




9 | Copyr...
Core Technology Competencies
                                     Features and Functionality = Customer Value




10 | Cop...
Silicon
           THE FOUNDATION OF PERFORMANCE


                                                                       ...
The Network Instruction Set Processor
  A FUNDAMENTAL ADVANCE IN NETWORKING SILICON
    Performance




                  ...
The Network Instruction Set Processor
      A FUNDAMENTAL ADVANCE IN NETWORKING SILICON




                  JUNOS



   ...
JUNOS
  THE FOUNDATION OF FUNCTIONALITY


     Software Development Fundamentals
       –   Code once inserted is hard to ...
JUNOS
  THE FOUNDATION OF FUNCTIONALITY




                     ONE                    ONE
                   Code Base  ...
One Architecture and Code Base

                       JUNOS                                     Competition
             ...
One Architecture and Code Base

                       JUNOS                                       Competition
           ...
One Development Train

                       JUNOS                                     Competition




          9.2     ...
One Virtualized Network


                         Unified Functional Manager


        Advanced Insight                  ...
Systems
  THE FOUNDATION OF SCALABILITY AND VIRTUALIZATION

     Uniform architectural principles
       – Small number of...
Systems
  THE FOUNDATION OF SCALABILITY AND VIRTUALIZATION



                                                            ...
The Second Paradigm Shift
  “Centralize what you can, distribute what you must”


                   The global informatio...
Forces Driving Consolidation

     High cost of distributed infrastructure                     CAPEX   OPEX


       – Ope...
Clouds: The New Information Infrastructure
        Clients                           Global High-Performance Network   Meg...
Why Now?
                                                                                                                 ...
Key Implications


                            The Market is coming towards
                             Juniper’s Core Co...
Data Centers
  THE ENGINES OF CLOUD COMPUTING




       • Limited                                                 • Scala...
Data Centers
  THE ENGINES OF CLOUD COMPUTING




       • Limited                                                 • Scala...
Data Centers
  THE ENGINES OF CLOUD COMPUTING




       • Limited                                                 • Scala...
Data Centers
  THE ENGINES OF CLOUD COMPUTING




       • Limited                                                 • Scala...
Data Centers
  THE ENGINES OF CLOUD COMPUTING




       • Limited                                                 • Scala...
Data Centers
  THE ENGINES OF CLOUD COMPUTING




       • Limited                                                 • Scala...
Data Centers
  THE ENGINES OF CLOUD COMPUTING




       • Limited                                                 • Scala...
Root of Current Limitations: Legacy
  LEGACY NETWORKS, LEGACY NETWORKING TECHNOLOGIES, AND LEGACY VENDORS




       Legac...
We Need Three Fundamental Advances



 A single, scalable, cost-effective high-performance network
 purpose-built for conn...
We Need Three Fundamental Advances




                                                                 Partner for Succes...
The Stratus Project
  DELIVERING ON THE PROMISE OF CLOUD COMPUTING




           Data
          Center
         Manager

...
THANK YOU

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  1. 1. 1 | Copyright © 2009 Juniper Networks, Inc. | www.juniper.net
  2. 2. Safe Harbor Statements made during all analyst day presentations and question and answer sessions concerning Juniper Networks' business outlook, future financial and operating results, strategic direction, product and technology development and release plans and overall future prospects are forward looking statements that involve a number of uncertainties and risks. Actual results could differ materially from those anticipated in those forward-looking statements as a result of certain factors, including: business and economic conditions generally or in the networking industry; changes in overall technology spending; the network capacity requirements of service providers; changing market requirements; delays in scheduled product availability; the timing of orders and shipments; manufacturing and supply chain constraints variations in the mix of products sold; customer perceptions and acceptance of our products; litigation; and other factors listed in our most recent report on Form 10-Q filed with the SEC. All statements made during these presentations and sessions are made only as of today. Juniper Networks undertakes no obligation to update the information presented during these presentations and sessions in the event facts or circumstances subsequently change after the date of this meeting. In addition, certain historical Non-GAAP financial information will be presented today. For reconciliation of such measures to comparable GAAP measures, please visit our website at http://www.juniper.net/company/investor_relations/index.html and click on the link entitled “Analyst Day 2009 – Non-GAAP reconciliations”. 2 | Copyright © 2009 Juniper Networks, Inc. | www.juniper.net
  3. 3. HIGH-PERFORMANCE NETWORKING JUNIPER’S GROWTH ENGINE Pradeep Sindhu Founder, CTO, and Vice Chairman Juniper Networks 3 | Copyright © 2009 Juniper Networks, Inc. | www.juniper.net
  4. 4. Agenda The Power of High-Performance Networking The Foundation of Juniper’s Technology The Coming Paradigm Shift Juniper’s Unique Position 4 | Copyright © 2009 Juniper Networks, Inc. | www.juniper.net
  5. 5. “Connect Everything, Empower Everyone” JUNIPER’S FOUNDING VISION All information systems on the planet will be connected into a single global high-performance network because this maximizes their utility … We uniquely assumed this network would Use a single general-purpose mechanism: the Internet Protocol Connect anything that can produce, consume, process, or store information Handle any communication application permissible by laws of physics Handle global scale so everything could be connected … and in so doing enriches every aspect of human existence! 5 | Copyright © 2009 Juniper Networks, Inc. | www.juniper.net
  6. 6. The Internet Explosion A RESOUNDING CONFIRMATION! # Web Sites 130EB/yr Internet Capacity 162M # Connected Devices 1B Total Digitized Information 420EB # Google Searches/Month 100M 31B/mo 12EB/yr 40M 110EB 4PB/yr 60PB/yr 9.5M 160M 1 25M 2.7B/mo 33K 1.7M 1988 1993 1998 2003 2008 Exponential growth, now matter how you measure it! The clearest indication of value delivered to end-users Burning Question: Why? 6 | Copyright © 2009 Juniper Networks, Inc. | www.juniper.net
  7. 7. Driving Force Behind Exponential Growth THE IMPERATIVE TO GROW HUMAN KNOWLEDGE AS FAST AS POSSIBLE Knowledge Growth Rate C S C S N C S Information N System N Digital Stored Computing Program Pipelining Microprocessor Multi-core Computing Digital Circuit Packet TCP/IP Transmission Switching Switching HPN Networking Flash Digital Core Storage Memory Disk DRAM Storage 7 | Copyright © 2009 Juniper Networks, Inc. | www.juniper.net
  8. 8. Juniper’s Focus: High-Performance Networking 2 3 6 103 Scalable: Ability to grow to connect large number of end-points, any to any Fast: Ability to support any communication application Reliable: Ability to function despite failures whether accidental or willful Secure: Ability to protect itself and the information it carries Simple: Built with simplest set of mechanisms Exponential Growth => Constant Technological Challenge 8 | Copyright © 2009 Juniper Networks, Inc. | www.juniper.net
  9. 9. Core Technology Competencies Features and Functionality = Customer Value 9 | Copyright © 2009 Juniper Networks, Inc. | www.juniper.net
  10. 10. Core Technology Competencies Features and Functionality = Customer Value 10 | Copyright © 2009 Juniper Networks, Inc. | www.juniper.net
  11. 11. Silicon THE FOUNDATION OF PERFORMANCE 400 Stateful Processing C E Cost/unit Bandwidth F 80 G S General-Purpose Microprocessor 20 (G) Services 10 Engine (S) 1 Edge Engine Core (E) Fabric Engine Engine (C) (F) 1–10 10–100 100–1000 1000–100,000 100,000–∞ Instructions/packet 11 | Copyright © 2009 Juniper Networks, Inc. | www.juniper.net
  12. 12. The Network Instruction Set Processor A FUNDAMENTAL ADVANCE IN NETWORKING SILICON Performance Architectural Improvements Functionality 4 x system capacity every 2 years 12 | Copyright © 2009 Juniper Networks, Inc. | www.juniper.net
  13. 13. The Network Instruction Set Processor A FUNDAMENTAL ADVANCE IN NETWORKING SILICON JUNOS Network Instruction Set NISP 65nm 4 Chips I-Chip 1.2Bn Transistors IP3 90nm 604Gbps IO 180nm 1 Chip IP1, 2 160m Transistors 250nm 10 Chips 446m T 219Gbps IO 4 Chips 18m T 412Gbps IO 20x 47Gbps IO 1998 2002 2006 Next Generation 4 x system capacity every 2 years 13 | Copyright © 2009 Juniper Networks, Inc. | www.juniper.net
  14. 14. JUNOS THE FOUNDATION OF FUNCTIONALITY Software Development Fundamentals – Code once inserted is hard to remove – Extreme optimizations damage structure – Very rapid or large changes damage structure – Structure degrades with change unless checked – Badly structured software degrades even faster – Complexity is the enemy of reliability – Complexity threshold => There is a point of no return – Quality is inversely proportional to #variants # Releases # Code Bases # Acquisitions 14 | Copyright © 2009 Juniper Networks, Inc. | www.juniper.net
  15. 15. JUNOS THE FOUNDATION OF FUNCTIONALITY ONE ONE Code Base Architecture Faster TTM ONE Module X API Lower TCO JUNOS Higher Productivity Better Quality 9.2 9.3 9.4 3Q08 4Q08 1Q09 ONE Release Train 15 | Copyright © 2009 Juniper Networks, Inc. | www.juniper.net
  16. 16. One Architecture and Code Base JUNOS Competition SDK aOS bOS Management Mod1 Mod2 ModN NMS Kernel cOS Glue dOS Forwarding Services Consistency Leverage Longevity Reliability 16 | Copyright © 2009 Juniper Networks, Inc. | www.juniper.net
  17. 17. One Architecture and Code Base JUNOS Competition SDK Management Mod1 Mod2 ModN “Multiple network Operating System Kernel versions are the silent killers of efficiency” Forrester report Forwarding Services Consistency Leverage Longevity Reliability 17 | Copyright © 2009 Juniper Networks, Inc. | www.juniper.net
  18. 18. One Development Train JUNOS Competition 9.2 9.3 9.4 42 releases (100%) on time: one per quarter Reliability Consistency Speed 18 | Copyright © 2009 Juniper Networks, Inc. | www.juniper.net
  19. 19. One Virtualized Network Unified Functional Manager Advanced Insight Network and Security Threat Manager Security Manager Response Manager Lower TCO Better Security More Control Diagnostic Provisioning Visibility System System System J Series SA Series EX Series Infranet STRM NSMXpress WX/WXC M Series SRX5800 EX8200 MX Series Controller Series 19 | Copyright © 2009 Juniper Networks, Inc. | www.juniper.net
  20. 20. Systems THE FOUNDATION OF SCALABILITY AND VIRTUALIZATION Uniform architectural principles – Small number of building blocks C E C E C E C E – Separated by clean, long-lived interfaces F F F F G S G S G S G S Take physical constraints into account – Space, power, cooling – Signaling C E F Massive-Scale G S Multi-Chassis G Virtualized Systems Modular Systems Integrated Systems Small-Scale Medium-Scale Massive-Scale 20 | Copyright © 2009 Juniper Networks, Inc. | www.juniper.net
  21. 21. Systems THE FOUNDATION OF SCALABILITY AND VIRTUALIZATION C E C E C E C E Lower Power F F F F G S G S G S G S Best Price/Performance Operational Simplicity C E F Massive-Scale G S Multi-Chassis G Virtualized Systems Modular Systems Integrated Systems Small-Scale Medium-Scale Massive-Scale 21 | Copyright © 2009 Juniper Networks, Inc. | www.juniper.net
  22. 22. The Second Paradigm Shift “Centralize what you can, distribute what you must” The global information infrastructure is being re-architected, by escalating costs, user preferences, and an increasingly powerful network This shift will transform all Most networks will be industries associated with High-Performance Networks producing, consuming, and all unconnected storing, processing, and information systems transporting information will be worthless 22 | Copyright © 2009 Juniper Networks, Inc. | www.juniper.net
  23. 23. Forces Driving Consolidation High cost of distributed infrastructure CAPEX OPEX – Operational expense – Inefficient utilization – Difficulty of providing security Increasingly capable WAN – Reliable – Secure – General-Purpose Strong user preference for – Simplicity – Ubiquity – Uniformity – Convenience (mobility, long battery life) 23 | Copyright © 2009 Juniper Networks, Inc. | www.juniper.net
  24. 24. Clouds: The New Information Infrastructure Clients Global High-Performance Network Mega Data Centers (billions) (thousands) Workforce Globalization Mobile Home Branch Infrastructure Consolidation Campus 24 | Copyright © 2009 Juniper Networks, Inc. | www.juniper.net
  25. 25. Why Now? Cost of Managing Distributed Computing Networking # Computers Infrastructure Degree for given capability CAPEX/Unit CAPEX/Unit Relative costsof distribution # Networking Devices Consolidation Pressure T I M E Mainframes Minis/Client-Server PCs/Internet New Information Infrastructure (’60–’75) (’76–’86) (’87–’07) Era (’08–???) 25 | Copyright © 2009 Juniper Networks, Inc. | www.juniper.net
  26. 26. Key Implications The Market is coming towards Juniper’s Core Competency: High-Performance Networking 1 2 3 26 | Copyright © 2009 Juniper Networks, Inc. | www.juniper.net
  27. 27. Data Centers THE ENGINES OF CLOUD COMPUTING • Limited • Scalable • Slow • Fast • Unreliable • Reliable • Insecure • Secure • Complex • Simple • Underutilized • Efficient • Power Hungry • Green • Expensive • Cost-Effective 27 | Copyright © 2009 Juniper Networks, Inc. | www.juniper.net
  28. 28. Data Centers THE ENGINES OF CLOUD COMPUTING • Limited • Scalable • Slow • Fast • Unreliable ↑ CPU IO • Reliable • Insecure • Secure • Complex • Simple • Underutilized • Efficient • Power Hungry • Green • Expensive • Cost-Effective 28 | Copyright © 2009 Juniper Networks, Inc. | www.juniper.net
  29. 29. Data Centers THE ENGINES OF CLOUD COMPUTING • Limited • Scalable • Slow • Fast • Unreliable ↑ CPU IO • Reliable • Insecure ↑ Disk IO • Secure • Complex • Simple • Underutilized • Efficient • Power Hungry • Green • Expensive • Cost-Effective 29 | Copyright © 2009 Juniper Networks, Inc. | www.juniper.net
  30. 30. Data Centers THE ENGINES OF CLOUD COMPUTING • Limited • Scalable • Slow • Fast • Unreliable ↑ CPU IO • Reliable • Insecure ↑ Disk IO • Secure ↑ # CPUs • Complex • Simple • Underutilized • Efficient • Power Hungry • Green • Expensive • Cost-Effective 30 | Copyright © 2009 Juniper Networks, Inc. | www.juniper.net
  31. 31. Data Centers THE ENGINES OF CLOUD COMPUTING • Limited • Scalable • Slow • Fast • Unreliable ↑ CPU IO • Reliable • Insecure ↑ Disk IO • Secure ↑ # CPUs • Complex ↑ # Disks • Simple • Underutilized • Efficient • Power Hungry • Green • Expensive • Cost-Effective 31 | Copyright © 2009 Juniper Networks, Inc. | www.juniper.net
  32. 32. Data Centers THE ENGINES OF CLOUD COMPUTING • Limited • Scalable • Slow • Fast • Unreliable ↑ CPU IO • Reliable • Insecure ↑ Disk IO • Secure ↑ # CPUs • Complex ↑ # Disks IO ↑↑# Disks • Simple • Underutilized • Efficient • Power Hungry Compute • Green • Expensive • Cost-Effective 32 | Copyright © 2009 Juniper Networks, Inc. | www.juniper.net
  33. 33. Data Centers THE ENGINES OF CLOUD COMPUTING • Limited • Scalable • Slow • Fast • Unreliable ↑ CPU IO • Reliable • Insecure ↑ Disk IO • Secure ↑ # CPUs • Complex ↑ # Disks IO ↑↑# Disks • Simple • Underutilized • Efficient • Power Hungry Compute • Green • Expensive • Cost-Effective 33 | Copyright © 2009 Juniper Networks, Inc. | www.juniper.net
  34. 34. Root of Current Limitations: Legacy LEGACY NETWORKS, LEGACY NETWORKING TECHNOLOGIES, AND LEGACY VENDORS Legacy Ethernet Infiniband FiberChannel • Initially designed for • Initially designed as a • Initially designed for small scale to run over replacement for PCI to remotely connecting coaxial cable connect IO devices to disks to a server via servers SCSI • Progressively enhanced • Progressively enhanced with features some of • Subsequently positioned with features to provide which are irrelevant to as a “low-latency” HPC scale and security for data centers interconnect storage • Scale, performance, • Scale and security • Scale, performance and cost and packet loss remain challenges cost remain challenges remain challenges 34 | Copyright © 2009 Juniper Networks, Inc. | www.juniper.net
  35. 35. We Need Three Fundamental Advances A single, scalable, cost-effective high-performance network purpose-built for connecting equipment inside the data center A much tighter coupling between compute, storage, and services elements and the network A single data center management system for setting policies, virtualizing, and allocating resources in a data center 35 | Copyright © 2009 Juniper Networks, Inc. | www.juniper.net
  36. 36. We Need Three Fundamental Advances Partner for Success C S N Go It Alone 36 | Copyright © 2009 Juniper Networks, Inc. | www.juniper.net
  37. 37. The Stratus Project DELIVERING ON THE PROMISE OF CLOUD COMPUTING Data Center Manager 37 | Copyright © 2009 Juniper Networks, Inc. | www.juniper.net
  38. 38. THANK YOU 38 | Copyright © 2009 Juniper Networks, Inc. | www.juniper.net
  39. 39. 39 | Copyright © 2009 Juniper Networks, Inc. | www.juniper.net
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