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Overview of Riverbed's ADC-as-a-Service offering

Overview of Riverbed's ADC-as-a-Service offering

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  • Riverbed introduces a new platform for ADC-as-a-Service: Stingray Services Controller enables customers to automatically provision, deploy, license, meter, and manage the inventory of thousands of ADCs in an as-a-service model.
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  • New model for management / control of ADCs: Manages the deployment, delivery, inventory, licensing and metering for thousands of ADCs (control plane scaling) New consumption model for ADC services: Right-sizes and scales individual instances of ADCs up or down on demand (data plane scaling)
  • Legacy Load Balancer Static Physical Aligned to Servers Manual Fork-lift Upgrade Modern Software-Defined ADC Dynamic Virtual Tied to Applications Cloud Aware Automation / Orchestration Cloud Licensing
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    • 1. RIVERBED INTRODUCESNEW PLATFORM FORADC-AS-A-SERVICENew Stingray Services ControllerDelivers Hyper-Elastic ADC PlatformEXTREME ELASTICITYINSTANTLY ADAPTIVEHIGH DENSITY MULTI-TENANCYMarket Launch: May 7th; GA in Q3 2013
    • 2. Riverbed ConfidentialStingray Services Controller3Management / controlto enable ADCaaSElastic ADC with Stingray“micro” instanceBest of Show Finalist at Interop Las Vegas May 2013
    • 3. Riverbed ConfidentialData Centers are BecomingMore Cloud-AwareCopyright Riverbed Technology 4Legacy ModernDistributedStaticPhysicalInefficientManual ProcessesInflexibleTime consumingSilos ofTechnologyCentralizedDynamicVirtualEfficientAutomatedFlexibleRapid responsePools ofresourcesNew Architectures are Required© 2013 by The Enterprise Strategy Group, Inc.Enablers
    • 4. Riverbed ConfidentialYour applications have virtualized, can yousay the same thing for yourinfrastructure?In the next gen data center, ADCs need to be:Services Supporting AppsNeed to ChangeRight-sized, per-app & per-tenantDynamicallyscalableOffering serviceson a per app basisVirtualized andcloud-ready
    • 5. Riverbed ConfidentialWhy: Today’s ADC Architectures areStill a BottleneckCloud-AwareData CentersApplication DataFlows areChangingDC OperationalChange Timeframesare DecreasingADCBottlenecksCopyright Riverbed Technology 6
    • 6. A NewArchitectureis Required!What isADC-as-a-Service (ADCaaS)?AN ELASTIC ADC PRODUCTA CONTROLLER TO PROVISION AND MANAGE ADC SERVICESPOLICY ENABLED SERVICE AUTOMATION FOR APPLICATION DELIVERYINTEROPERABILITY WITH SDN AND CLOUD ORCHESTRATED TOOLS
    • 7. Riverbed ConfidentialStingray Services Controller– Key Features“Micro” ADCsScaling, multi-tenancy,isolation, elasticity, noVM overheadLicensingFlexible on-demandprovisioning of ADCinstancesMeteringBilling / chargeback,monitoring and reportingInventoryInstance management(active / inactive)Deployment ServiceImplementation roll-outCopyright Riverbed Technology 8
    • 8. Riverbed ConfidentialTransition to RiverbedStingray ADCaaSRiverbed Stingray ADCaaS is the next wave of application deliverysolution, designed for any network and application.• Not natively designed for virtualization and the cloud• Rely on a typical hierarchical data center architecture• Not designed for advanced L7 servicesRiverbed Stingray: ADCaaS• Stingray is designed as 64-bit software• Cloud heritage - many cloud providers deploying Stingray today• Designed for layer 7 services• Dynamic provisioning and scaling of ADC resources• Robust APIs - programmability/easy integration with 3rdpartycloud orchestration and mgmt toolsTraditional ADCsCopyright Riverbed Technology 9