Laying the Right Foundation for a Successful NFV, Amir Erez

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  • Customer Success Story: Fujitsu

    The main competition was Fujitsu roll-your-own (RYO) Linux, which was entrenched in Fujitsu.

    The engineering specialist team worked with the customer to build a proof of concept (PoC) of VxWorks, Wind River Linux, and Hypervisor on representative hardware, and perform an extensive set of performance benchmarks.

    The competence of the engineering specialist team and the quick and accurate feedback from the Wind River engineering team on performance questions convinced the customer that a complete solution (VxWorks, Wind River Linux, and Hypervisor) will be a less risky and better performing solution than RYO.
  • Self explicative – close with – but CGL is not just for carriers, in fact different type of industries have different requirements around downtime, yet most of them can’t afford more than 4 9s downtime. Let have a look – transition to next
  • Self explicative – close with the question – “where’s Red Hat?”
  • Laying the Right Foundation for a Successful NFV, Amir Erez

    1. 1. 1 | © 2014 Wind River. All Rights Reserved.© 2014 Wind River. All Rights Reserved.1 LAYING THE RIGHT FOUNDATION FOR A SUCCESSFUL NFV
    2. 2. 2 | © 2014 Wind River. All Rights Reserved.  Introduction to Wind River  Telecom Market - Business Challenges  Laying the foundation for a successful NFV  Summary Agenda
    3. 3. 3 | © 2014 Wind River. All Rights Reserved. • Founded in 1981 as an embedded tools and operating system company – IPO in 1993, acquired by Intel in 2009 – 1,900 employees worldwide • Leadership position in embedded solutions – 45% commercial market share, industry’s broadest product portfolio – Focus market segments include: Aerospace and Defense; Automotive; Industrial and Medical; Mobile and Consumer; Networking • Industry leader in R&D investments – Strong history of successful mergers and acquisitions Introduction to Wind River Wind River networking customers include all of the top 20 Telecom Equipment Suppliers (TEMs)
    4. 4. 4 | © 2014 Wind River. All Rights Reserved.© 2013 Wind River. All Rights Reserved.4 TELECOM MARKET – BUSINESS CHALLENGES Wind River Delivering Success
    5. 5. 5 | © 2014 Wind River. All Rights Reserved. 2 Virtualize products and networks to reduce total cost of ownership (TCO) Challenge #2: Reduce network TCO to increase profitability TCO Traffic ARPU Our Customers Face Critical Business Challenges Adopt multi-core platforms and reduce development cycle time to meet unrelenting capacity demands Challenge #1: Meet growth demand 1 Implement network intelligence via deep packet inspection (DPI) and virtualization for faster deployment of new services Challenge #3: Increase ARPU/ARPD 3
    6. 6. 6 | © 2014 Wind River. All Rights Reserved.© 2014 Wind River. All Rights Reserved.6 LAYING THE FOUNDATION FOR A SUCCESSFUL NFV Wind River Delivering Success
    7. 7. 7 | © 2014 Wind River. All Rights Reserved. Critical Challenges in NFV Must Be Addressed Now 1. Service provisioning and configuration services must maintain full compatibility with existing OSS/BSS infrastructure 2. Must minimize performance degradation due to the use of virtualized applications running on commodity hardware 3. Must maintain current levels of carrier grade SLAs and security Traditional enterprise-class are not designed to meet carrier grade challenges. CAUTION
    8. 8. 8 | © 2014 Wind River. All Rights Reserved.8 | © 2013 Wind River. All Rights Reserved. carrier device uptime requirement (30 seconds downtime / year)
    9. 9. 9 | © 2014 Wind River. All Rights Reserved.9 | © 2013 Wind River. All Rights Reserved. average outage / year (minutes) of non CG server Source: “Server Reliability Survey”, Advanced Professional Studies
    10. 10. 10 | © 2014 Wind River. All Rights Reserved. Carrier Grade Communications Server Architecture Wind River Carrier Grade Communications Server (CGCS) Carrier Grade Linux Open Virtualization Profile Carrier Grade Accelerated vSwitch Accelerated Data Plane VxLAN vNICs Intel® DPDK KVM Real-Time Extensions Low Latency Carrier Grade Middleware OAMP Software Management Security HA Storage Carrier Grade OpenStack Commodity Server Platform (Multi-Core x86 Hardware) Based on standard open source components Add critical real-time performance enhancements to KVM Add Carrier Grade accelerated vSwitch Add OpenStack Carrier Grade reliability and availability enhancements Add features for Carrier Grade platform management Add performance acceleration for Virtual Network Functions Support any guest Operating System VM HA Management VM Health Monitoring Power Management Virtual Network Functions (VNFs) VMVM VM VM OthervEPCvBRAS vRNC Running any guest OS NFV OrchestratorsOSS / BSS INPINP INP INP Optionally accelerated by Intelligent Networking Platform
    11. 11. 11 | © 2014 Wind River. All Rights Reserved. Unique Benefits for Service Providers and TEMs Wind River Carrier Grade Communications Server solves problems that cannot be addressed by enterprise-class software designed for IT applications Unique features in Carrier Grade Communications Server include: • Developed with TL 9000 design methodology to ensure six 9s (99.9999%) reliability • Full 10 G line rate accelerated virtual switching running unmodified guest applications • 10 µs deterministic interrupt latency to support virtualization in the most stringent CPE and access sections of the network • Accelerated live VM migration including “share nothing” model: 40% faster than enterprise software • 500 km geographical redundancy over standard IP network; more over dedicated fiber • Detection of failed controllers, hosts, or VMs 60x faster than enterprise Linux; automatic recovery, with no single point of failure • Fully integrated telecom-grade security, including complete AAA access control
    12. 12. 12 | © 2014 Wind River. All Rights Reserved. Carrier Grade Communication Server OAM&P management Carrier Grade OpenStack Data plane acceleration and inter-VM communication Open virtualization Carrier Grade Linux Wind River Linux Carrier Grade OS Open Virtualization Advanced KVM INP Packet acceleration Content inspection Flow analysis Wind River Linux Carrier Grade OS Wind River Linux Carrier Grade OS Open Virtualization Advanced KVM Commercial OpenStack Distribution INP Packet acceleration Content inspection Flow analysis Wind River Linux Carrier Grade OS Simics Hardware Simulation Open Virtualization Advanced KVM Engage at any Step on the Staircase
    13. 13. 13 | © 2014 Wind River. All Rights Reserved. • As telecom service providers adopt NFV, carrier grade reliability is a critical requirement. – Consumer and enterprise customers are conditioned to expect that telecom networks do not fail. – Providers must maintain traditional network reliability; otherwise, churn increases, OPEX grows, and ARPU falls. • You can’t achieve carrier grade reliability with enterprise-class software designed for IT applications. – Telecom networks need six 9s. – Carrier grade requires flexibility, resource allocation, reliability, performance, and security features designed-in from the start; it can’t be done with enhancements to the existing code base. • Wind River is uniquely positioned to deliver carrier grade solutions into the NFV market. – We have a dedicated networking engineering team with a long, successful heritage in telecom equipment companies. – We have strong traction with service providers, TEMs, and partners. Summary
    14. 14. 14 | © 2014 Wind River. All Rights Reserved.| © 2014 Wind River. All Rights Reserved.14

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