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Technology Vision
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Technology Vision

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Padmasree Warrior, CTO of Cisco Systems, presented the company's Technology Vision to 10,000+ at the company's annual CiscoLive! event.

Padmasree Warrior, CTO of Cisco Systems, presented the company's Technology Vision to 10,000+ at the company's annual CiscoLive! event.

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  • 1. Session ID 20PT
  • 2. • Anticipate and create market disruptions • Deliver the next generation Internet for Lead market transitions Collaboration, Video and Virtualization with customer-centric customer-centric systems, solutions and • Build innovative technology architectures architectures • Invest in a pipeline of innovation • Align portfolio of investments • Drive innovation through operational excellence
  • 3. Anticipate and create market disruptions
  • 4. Three Key Market Transitions Future of Work Future of Computing Future of Connected Life Driven by Video and Collaboration
  • 5. Future of Work Inter-Company Clusters Mobile Millennials Collaboration of Experts Experience
  • 6. Future of Connected Life Internet Content Lifestyle Mobility will Sharing vs. Video Optimization be Pervasive “Owning”
  • 7. Future of Computing Cloud Disruptor: Virtualization Web Client Server Minicomputer Mainframe 1960 1970 1980 1990 2000
  • 8. Deliver the next generation Internet for Collaboration, Video and Virtualization
  • 9. Evolution of the Internet Scale / Richness of Experience Media Distributed, Collaboration Experience Sustainability Virtualized Platform Platform Architecture Vertically Vertically Data Messaging Price/ Data Messaging Price/ Integrated Integrated Transport Platform Performance Architecture Transport Platform Performance Architecture NETWORK PLATFORM Time The First Internet The Next Internet
  • 10. Evolution of the Internet Cisco Smart Virtualization Strategic Video Collaboration Connected Cloud Communities Focus The Next Internet Media Distributed, Collaboration Sustainability Experience Virtualized Platform Platform Architecture
  • 11. 30 Market Adjacencies Future Future Future of Work of Connected Life of Computing • Cisco 3.0 • Advertising • Cloud Computing • Collaboration • Consumer • IRIS (Routers in Space) • Commercial • Green • Managed Services Acceleration • Media Solutions • Safety and Security • Services • Smart Connected • Software / XaaS • Small Business Communities • Virtualization / Data • Smart Grid Center • Sports & Entertainment • Virtual Healthcare Emerging Countries | Globalisation | Mexico 3.0 | Brasil/Russia/Saudi Arabia Strategy China | Video| Mobility | Quality | Talent Collaboration / Teamwork | Command / Control | Solutions Cisco Market Adjacencies ARE Next Generation Internet Drivers
  • 12. Build innovative technology architectures
  • 13. Creating Sustainable Differentiation Through Platform Leadership Architectural Plays Solutions & Business Models Systems Products
  • 14. Creating Sustainable Differentiation Through Platform Leadership • Business and technology architectures for new value propositions Architectural Plays • Earn the right to help transform our customers’ businesses • Systems with services, partners, intellectual capital and Solutions & financing for verticals Business Models • Address the customers’ expectations to integrate • Leadership products and technical services designed and tested to work together to solve a customer problem Systems • Expand the engagement by leveraging leadership products • Portfolio of leadership products by customer segment Products • Leadership products give us a seat at the table
  • 15. Creating Sustainable Differentiation Optimized Pod Systems for the Data Center IP Cloud Core L3 N7K N7K ASA ASA Services POD Aggregation L3 C6K ACE ACE C6K L2 N7K N7K Nexus & Catalyst Switching Products Unified L2 Access Computing N5K N5K N5K N5K C4948 C4948 C6K C6K Products DC Services DC Storage Products Products DC Interconnect Products
  • 16. Creating Sustainable Differentiation Integrated StadiumVision Solution IP Digital Tele- Telephony Signage Presence Solutions & Business Models System Products
  • 17. Creating Sustainable Differentiation Transforming Enterprise Video and Collaboration Digital Signage + Video Unified Video Architecture Digital Signage + Video Unified Enterprise TV Surveillance Enterprise TV Surveillance TelePresence TelePresence Communications Communications Service Provider Service Provider Architectural Plays Video Video Flip WebEx Desktop Video Desktop Video Consumer Consumer Unified Unified Media TelePresence Media TelePresence Connections (PCI) Connections (PCI) Processing Processing Mobility Mobility Session Control Session Control Mobility Mobility Solutions & QoE QoE Content Virtualization Session Control Content Virtualization Session Control Security Security Management Management Security Business Models Security medianet Systems Products
  • 18. The Next Inflection Point: Cloud WHAT IS CLOUD COMPUTING? IT resources and services that are abstracted from the underlying infrastructure and provided “on-demand” and “at scale” in a multi-tenant environment Today, clouds are associated with an off-premise, hosted model
  • 19. What Do Cisco Customers Need? Solution to Current Cloud Barriers Weakness Strength Cost Flexibility Security SLAs Interoperability
  • 20. The Datacenter Today Trusted Control Reliable Secure
  • 21. Why Cloud Computing? Cloud Computing Trusted Flexible Control Dynamic Reliable On-demand Secure Efficient
  • 22. Why Cisco? Trusted Flexible Control Dynamic Reliable On-demand Secure Efficient Virtualization Virtualized Security Cloud Data Center Information Computing Network Platform
  • 23. The Evolution of Cloud Phase 1 Phase 2 Phase 3 Phase 4 Internal Cloud Private Cloud Open Cloud Virtual Private Cloud Inter-Cloud Stand-Alone Data Centers Public Public Public Cloud Public Cloud Cloud 1 Cloud 2 PRESENT 2015-2017 Federation / Workload Portability / Interoperability
  • 24. Evolution of Enterprise Cloud Computing Infrastructure Start Here Consolidation Virtualization Automation Utility Market Intercloud Private Clouds Unified Computing Unified Fabric Architecture Data Center Networking
  • 25. Private Cloud Computing Empower the business to innovate while optimizing IT spend through the power of cloud computing. Private Cloud Any Device, Any Where Your Applications Your Information Enterprise IT Resources Virtualized Infrastructure Cloud Operating System Cloud Internetwork Enterprise Provider Infrastructure: Infrastructure: Servers – Network – Storage Servers – Network – Storage
  • 26. Traditional Compute vs. Private Cloud
  • 27. The Journey to UCS and Cloud…
  • 28. The Foundation for Private Clouds: Unified Computing System Transparent Scaling Rapid and zero-touch deployments Network Centric Model Everything as a software provisioned service Designed for Virtualization at Scale
  • 29. The Advantages of UCS Reduces total cost of ownership 30% workload increase on flat power budget Increases business agility Pre-engineered: provision in minutes, not months Investment protection Increased efficiency enables longer lifecycles
  • 30. Vision: The Inter-Cloud Flexible Infrastructure and a New Application Platform Applications Integrate Dynamic Services from Workload Migration Multiple Clouds A Federation of Clouds Based on Open Standards:
  • 31. Are YOU Ready to rewrite the old rules?

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