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HP Networking - Septembre 2012
HP Networking - Septembre 2012
HP Networking - Septembre 2012
HP Networking - Septembre 2012
HP Networking - Septembre 2012
HP Networking - Septembre 2012
HP Networking - Septembre 2012
HP Networking - Septembre 2012
HP Networking - Septembre 2012
HP Networking - Septembre 2012
HP Networking - Septembre 2012
HP Networking - Septembre 2012
HP Networking - Septembre 2012
HP Networking - Septembre 2012
HP Networking - Septembre 2012
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  • I would like to start by sharing with some of HP Networking’s innovations that have transformed the industry. This also gives you a context for where today’s news fits into a well-planned strategy which we are executing. Click #1: Dating back to 2003, HP Networking drove many innovations that redefined campus economics by increasing the simplicity at the edge and removing operational costs with our lifetime warranty. Click #2: HP delivered the industry’s first virtualized server edge connectivity with Virtual Connect in 2007 Click #3: In 2009, we introduced the Intelligent Resilient Framework, the industry’s first switch virtualization and fabric technology. Click #4: In the very same year, we introduced the industry’s first single pane-of-glass management application with multivendor support, eliminating swivel-chair management. [twist at your hips from side to side when you say that ]Click #5: Last year, we introduced the industry’s only unified architecture which spans from the data center where applications run to the users in the campus and branch where applications are consumed [extend your right and then you left arm to indicate the breadth of the unified architecture ]Click #6: In February, we announced the industry’s first commercially available OpenFlow software – a key technology in Software Defined Networks – across 16 switch product lines. Click #7: And just a few weeks ago, we announced the industry’s first cloud network technology that enables the deployment of cloud applications in minutes rather than months with Virtual Application Networks.
  • HP evaluated and tested all of the products in the 3Com portfolio prior to the acquisition.Based on the test results, HP purchased 3Com and migrated to an all HP-network.HP’s 6 next generation data centers converted to HP Networking in under 6 months with no down time and 4 times the previous bandwidth.
  • Our close partnering with Microsoft is a key enabler for HP Networking’s integration with other HP business units. HP and Microsoft’s UC&C portfolio showcases the power of convergence through our complete end-to-end solutions, including:HP Services for design, integration and support of UC&C. HP infrastructure and devices, including BTO software tools for UC&C system and application management, end user clients like UC qualified notebooks, industry standard servers and HP networking switches and routers. Microsoft provides UC&C software powered solutions include Exchange Server 2010 for messaging, Microsoft Lync™ 2010 for voice, IM &Presence, and SharePoint Server 2010 for collaboration and content management. HP networking solutions allow you to deploy a subset of UC&C capabilities to the branch, ensuring survivability in the event communications to the datacenter are lost. HP Survivable Branch Communication zl module, announced in March 2010 and now shipping (as of December 2010) provides a cost effective Microsoft Lync™solution for offices requiring survivability and mission critical voice. Later this year, look for additional new HP Microsoft Lync™ devices (HP branded phones, GA 2011) as a further proof point HP and Microsoft are delivering on our strategic global initiative to develop an end-to-end unified communications and collaboration solution we announced in May 2009 ($180M 4 year joint agreement.) I mentioned on an earlier roadmap slide the next “solution-in-a-switch” we are bringing to market with Microsoft: It will provide an instant Microsoft branch environment (this is HPN solution Microsoft “BoB”,) Look for this solution to be GA in summer 2011UL is an excellent example of bringing together all the elements of the HP UC&C solution. Over 20 billion UL marks are on products from over 72000 manufacturers in 98 countries. HP’s UC&C solution unifies voice and messaging services at UL’s 68 testing facilities and labs. UL replaced 23 PBXs with a single centralized voice system incorporating HP networking, Proliant Servers, EVA Storage, AllianceONE partners Microsoft and Avaya to deliver unified messaging and instant messenger capabilities, as well as collaboration and voice services. This includes HP networking 12500 and 5500 switches, HP 5400 and 8212 switches, and MSM760 Wireless LAN (WLAN) controllers with the MSM422 WLAN access points. HP Services lead UL’s UC&C solution, providing the assessment, planning, design, piloting and orchestrated roll-out of the Virtual Workplace UL’s Virtual Workplace also includes Avaya SIP phones, Microsoft Office 2007, Microsoft Exchange Server 2010, Microsoft Lync 2010, and Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010
  • Federated Applications and Virtualization driving increased East-West server-to-server traffic…Multi-tier Legacy NetworkLimited capacity to secure servers, VMs, and appsFACT: 75% of application traffic in emerging cloud data centers is confined to within the rack in which it was generated.Question: Why would you design a network which requires the traffic to be switched across many low performing, high latency external hops? Federated Applications and Virtualization driving increased East-West server-to-server traffic…Multi-tier Legacy NetworkOversubscribedNo local switchingMultiple network hopsHigh Latency High cost, complexityLegacy hierarchical data center networks were designed to support client-server applications and can’t meet the performance and scalability requirements of the new virtualized data center and federated applications.Server virtualization initiatives are reshaping data center traffic flows, increasing bandwidth densities at the server edge and pushing conventional data center networks to the brink. Server virtualization will expand to support 50% of workloads by 2012 (Gartner)70% budget spent on operations (corporate quote)
  • How HP FlexFabric is changing the rulesEvolving demands of virtualization, next generation applications, and cloud services require changes in the way data centers are architected and deliver applications and services.  In addition, ongoing complexity from data center sprawl, tight maintenance windows, and operational inefficiencies limit agility and delay the delivery of new applications and servicesHP Converged Infrastructure provides the foundation for agile service delivery, shortening the time needed to provision network infrastructure in multi-vendor environments.Today’s data center networks must evolve to support tomorrow’s on-demand, virtualized IT service-oriented architectures. HP delivers the foundation for the data center of the future, today, by providing a unified, virtualization-optimized network infrastructure and service orchestration tools. HP networking solutions deliver:Flatter and more efficient data center networks with fewer layers, less equipment and cabling, and greater port densities (savings of over $185k per rack in capital)High performance, intra-data center connectivity for growing bandwidth-intensive server-to-server communications and virtual machine mobilityVirtualization-aware security to protect server-server communications flows and virtual resources.A single pane-of-glass management system (IMC) to manage physical and virtual environments to remove costly, time-consuming and error-prone change management processes and improve business agilityHP provides a comprehensive collection of switching, security and management solutions that fully address the stringent performance, scalability and agility demands of the new data center in the Cloud. HP A-series switches enable the construction of flat, low-latency networks with fewer layers, less equipment and cabling, and greater port densities. HP A-series Ethernet Switches and innovative Intelligent Resilient Framework (IRF) technology enable flat, low-latency network designs to support highly virtualized data centers. In addition, A-series switches offer industry-leading server edge port density to meet the increased bandwidth demands that accompany the implementation of server virtualization and blade server technology. Wire-once, change-ready Fewer network platforms, layersFlatter, lower latency L2/3Large buffers design for bursting85% less network/config complexityHigh Level points around HPN and Cloud  Uncompromising site and geographic resiliency (up to 70KM) with sub 50ms failover … ISSU, hot patching etc … 1.2 us latency and larger buffers designed for in-cast problem
  • HP announced just yesterday the new 5900 series Top of Rack Switch for data centers.The 5900 series is a family of 10GbE ToR switches built on open industry standards. It comes in two configurations – 48 10G ports and 24-ports and supports up to four 40G Ethernet uplinks.Up to 4 units can be logically linked together with HP’s IRF technology, which is a method for flattening the data center network.Both switches support:Data Center Bridging (DCB) standard for lossless Ethernet operationsIPv6 routing and include dual-stack IPv4/IPv6 implementations for transitioning customers to the new routing protocolTRILL for multipath and multihop Ethernet forwarding in the data centerVEPA for offloading switching from hypervisors to physical switchesAnd we’ll be adding support Fibre Channel over Ethernet soon. The 5900 lists for $38,000 and will be available in the first quarter of 2012.
  • And HP Networking is on a roll!Did you know that our recent quarterly earnings showed that HP Networking grew 15% year over year and that HP Networking has delivered seven consecutive quarters of double-digit revenue growth?It’s unmistakable and exciting – HP is transforming the networking industry.
  • I would like to start by sharing with some of HP Networking’s innovations that have transformed the industry. This also gives you a context for where today’s news fits into a well-planned strategy which we are executing. Click #1: Dating back to 2003, HP Networking drove many innovations that redefined campus economics by increasing the simplicity at the edge and removing operational costs with our lifetime warranty. Click #2: HP delivered the industry’s first virtualized server edge connectivity with Virtual Connect in 2007 Click #3: In 2009, we introduced the Intelligent Resilient Framework, the industry’s first switch virtualization and fabric technology. Click #4: In the very same year, we introduced the industry’s first single pane-of-glass management application with multivendor support, eliminating swivel-chair management. [twist at your hips from side to side when you say that ]Click #5: Last year, we introduced the industry’s only unified architecture which spans from the data center where applications run to the users in the campus and branch where applications are consumed [extend your right and then you left arm to indicate the breadth of the unified architecture ]Click #6: In February, we announced the industry’s first commercially available OpenFlow software – a key technology in Software Defined Networks – across 16 switch product lines. Click #7: And just a few weeks ago, we announced the industry’s first cloud network technology that enables the deployment of cloud applications in minutes rather than months with Virtual Application Networks.
  • HP unveiled the FlexNetwork architecture in May, 2011.The FlexNetwork architecture enables enterprises to fully harness the power of media-rich content, virtualization, mobility and cloud computing. It’s a unified network architecture that spans across the data center, campus and branch.It’s open and uses industry standards to support full network integration.It scales on the dimensions of functionality, connectivity & capacity.It uses award-winning vulnerability solutions & research through HP VDLabs.It’s agile for increasingly virtualized applications, rich media & for public and private clouds.Reduces complexity with single pane-of-glass management for physical & virtual environments.
  • HP Networking now has an incredibly broad networking and security portfolio all the way from the edge of the network to the very core of the data center. HP also provides single-pane-of-glass management and a broad range of services for our networking customers.Last year we acquired 3COM, and truly rounded out our portfolio with the newest and most innovative networking technology in the industry. We have a robust and highly competitive networking technology with industry leading innovations.This year, we’ve introduced many new products to our family. Let me show you what some of these products look like and what we really mean by true innovation.
  • The HP 12500 Switch series comprises a pair of powerful, next-generation routing switches with outstanding performance for the network core or the data center. The software has been enhanced to improve resiliency and performance.IRF has been added to the switch, which allows four of them to be combined into a single logical switch, regardless of their physically locations.The 12500 also supports IPv6 in this new software release.These enhancements are now available at no additional costs to existing 12500 users.~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~HP IRF technology eliminates aggregation layerThe aggregation capabilities of IRF allows the creation of a larger domain where edge switches or blade servers can be directly connected to the core – eliminating the aggregation layerScalability with up to 4-chassis virtualized coreToday we support a 2-chassis virtualized core and we are announcing scalability to a 4-chassis virtualized core. This means that we can double the number of edge switches or servers that are part of the same virtualized domainSub 50 millisecond resiliency Typically in a traditional Spanning Tree (RSTP) environment, failover is 1- 3 seconds. With IRF we are able to guarantee 50 millisecond failover/reconvergence100% greater network bandwidth: The aggregated bandwidth in going from a 2-chassis to 4-chassis configuration is doubled500X faster reconvergence: Comparing 50 milliseconds failover/reconvergence to either 1 second (200X) or 3 seconds (600X) with Spanning Tree – we are ~500X faster80% better vMotion: Comparing HP with IRF and competitive products with Spanning Tree, we show 80% better throughput for vMotion
  • HP Networking has developed a number of tools to simplify network integration for clients.The FlexFabric Reference Architecture is a reference design that is tested and validated by HP, with all the IP from one supplier and wrapped with one set of services.In addition to the Reference Architecture, Networktest, which is an independent company, conducted an HP/Cisco protocol interoperability test and published the results in a report called The HP/Cisco Switching and Routing Interoperability Test Results. Networktest also created the HP/Cisco Switching and Routing Interoperability Cookbook which lists all of the configuration commands needed to set up a duel vendor environment.I’d be glad to send you copies of both documents, if you are interested.
  • OpenFlow Supported on (16 current platforms, 2 former):HP 3500 Series (8 models)HP 5400 Series (2 models)HP 6200 Series (1 model)HP 6600 Series (3 models, 2 former)HP 8200 Series (2 models)
  • The 10500 comes in threeconfigurations – 10504, 10508 and the 10508v.It supports L2 and L3 functionality for advanced applications like voice, video and data.It also includes granular controls for policies for voice, data and mobility.
  • HP’s 5400/8200 modular switch family has been a flagship product family for campus LAN switching. HP recently refreshed the modules for this line. The new modules use the ProVision ASICs and improved energy efficiency.The family now includes 10 Gigabit-per-second uplink moduleover unshielded twisted-pair (copper) cabling, which dramatically reduces the cost of backbones between switches.
  • The new HP 3800 Switch Series is a family of fully managed Gigabit Ethernet Switches.There are a total of nine models in the 3800 line:24-port24-port PoE+24-port SFP switch with two SFP+ uplinks48-port48-port PoE+ with either SFP+ or 10GBASET uplinksThe switches use HP’s ProVision ASIC. The 3800 line also energy efficient and supports the IEEE Energy Efficient Ethernet standard.The 3800 switches are available now and list for $4,969.~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~Meshed Stacking has 4 stacking ports vs traditional ring stacking with only 2 ports. This allows for “meshed topologies” where every switch is directly connected to every other switch (up to 5 switches). The mesh topology reduces latency and hops thereby improving performance. In the case of a switch failure there is zero performance impact on the remaining devices in the network – and in the case of a link failure traffic will only need one additional hop to reach its destination versus a traditional ring which becomes a chain in the case of a link failure and therefore has significantly reduced performance. PoE+ and 8 queues per port enables convergence The 3800 series includes models with IEEE 802.3at PoE+ support. It can deliver up to 30 watts of PoE power per port to devices such as IP phones, IP cameras and wireless access points. (vs 15.4 watts per port for standard PoE switches). With 8 queues the 3800 series effectively prioritizes multimedia traffic to ensure reliable delivery.
  • HP has a complete Wireless product offering that performs like wired; the access points provide near-gigabit thru-put. The APs have been Wi-Fi certified and feature three-spatial-streams that deliver up to 900 Mbps.They also support beam-forming technology which improves RF coverage and reduces dead spots.
  • The optimized 3-tier design for the large enterprise is similar to the two tier version. In this case, in the intermediate aggregation layer 7500 switch IRF fabrics are implemented. The core and access layers are the same as in the 2-tier design. The WLAN controllers are connected to the aggregation layer.
  • In some cases as many as 75%of workers are outside the company corporate headquarters – but they are faced with poor application availability and poor performance. The branch typically has limited staff and operates in a low touch (or even no touch) model. Branches need pre-packaged equipment that can be dropped into a branch. FlexBranch delivers a Plug and Play remote network which provides simplicity and convergence of functionality and services. The FlexBranch solutions integrate best-in-class applications from a large ecosystem of alliance partners.
  • Yesterday, HP also announced new FlexBranch solutions that reduce application time to service by delivering a virtualization capability to the branch. The new zl modules for the 5400 and 8200 allow customers to deploy off the shelf virtualized applications right in the switch without requiring extra boxes, cables, power supplies or power.HP’s open virtualization switch platform integrates VMware vShere 5 or Citrix XenServer hypervisors.The services modules are designed to accelerate application delivery to branch offices while reducing expenses by virtualizing those applications rather than running them physically on a branch office server.The services modules for the 5400 and 8200 switches are available now and start at $5,299 for VMware and $4,499 for Citrix.
  • Here we have an example deployment for a branch office of 20 to 50 branch employees. We have such reference architectures for branches with less then 20 employees as well as larger branches with over 50 employees. As you can see a typical user scenario with 20-50 employees and all the requirements and the reference architecture and the capabilities that this brings together to address the customer need.The reference architecture is built on a modular switch chassis that integrates application on service module.The 5400 zl switch platform for delivering high-performance application services; easy and cost-effective migration to the highly available HP 8200 zl SwitchBest-in-class applications that are also standards based and integrated, running on modules inside the HP 5400 zl (or 8200 zl) Switch, for seamless, highly available service, simplified management, and power and cost savingsA choice of integrated, industry-leading UC&C solutions to improve collaboration and customer service and optimize the cost of voice servicesIndustry-leading UC&C solutions architected for branch with survivability for local calling out of the branch when the WAN link goes down otherwise utilizing the WAN bandwidth to make calls and minimizing telephony cost. Microsoft Survivable Branch Communication zl Module delivers this capability within the ZL switch chassis.The industry-leading Video over IP solution, enabling delivery of high-quality, non-proprietary, and reliable video-distribution applicationsBetter remote application performance with WAN accelerationHigh-bandwidth connectivity without any WAN upgrades or associated recurring costsRouting services are delivered at a T1/E1 rate for faster and more reliable access to the services, applications, tools, and information that branch office employees need to be successful.A modular router for increased business agilityBranch server consolidation and virtualization to minimize physical IT assets and maintenance costs and simplify and pool resources for better and more reliable performanceA WLAN controller hosted in the data center to enable all wireless security, QoS, and other policies to be centrally defined, ensuring that a consistent set of services—and consistent performance—is delivered throughout the HP wireless infrastructureIndustry-leading intrusion detection/prevention for in-depth security and services reliability Transition: All working together as a single converged solution to address customer branch needs in helping customer enhance user productivity be the service hosted in corporate data center or be it sourced from the cloud.
  • The FlexNetwork architecture provides the infrastructure blueprint for Virtual Application Networks. It is the industry’s only architecture, converging the data center, campus, and branch based on open-industry standards and delivering consistency with a single-pane-of-glass management.
  • I would like to start by sharing with some of HP Networking’s innovations that have transformed the industry. This also gives you a context for where today’s news fits into a well-planned strategy which we are executing. Click #1: Dating back to 2003, HP Networking drove many innovations that redefined campus economics by increasing the simplicity at the edge and removing operational costs with our lifetime warranty. Click #2: HP delivered the industry’s first virtualized server edge connectivity with Virtual Connect in 2007 Click #3: In 2009, we introduced the Intelligent Resilient Framework, the industry’s first switch virtualization and fabric technology. Click #4: In the very same year, we introduced the industry’s first single pane-of-glass management application with multivendor support, eliminating swivel-chair management. [twist at your hips from side to side when you say that ]Click #5: Last year, we introduced the industry’s only unified architecture which spans from the data center where applications run to the users in the campus and branch where applications are consumed [extend your right and then you left arm to indicate the breadth of the unified architecture ]Click #6: In February, we announced the industry’s first commercially available OpenFlow software – a key technology in Software Defined Networks – across 16 switch product lines. Click #7: And just a few weeks ago, we announced the industry’s first cloud network technology that enables the deployment of cloud applications in minutes rather than months with Virtual Application Networks.
  • The cloud promises a lot to businesses. The cloud promises the ability to deploy applications in minutesThe cloud promises to deliver applications and information to any user on any deviceThe cloud promises to simplify management. Click #1: Well, we aren’t there yet. This is what I call the “promise and reality dividing line.”Click #2: The realities is it takes months deploy new applications. Click #3: According to a recent report by the SANS institute, 60% of enterprises with a BYOD policy are unsure which mobile devices are on their networks. This represents a critical risk to businesses and Government organizations.Click #4: And over 70 of network downtime is caused by CLI misconfiguration
  • Let’s focus on the amount of time it takes to connect an application to the network. A system administrator uses tools that allow him to manage with policies rather than command lines. His policy-based tools enable speed, consistency and reliability. But, when he needs to connect to the network, it’s a very different story for the network administrator. Legacy network administrators are forced to use a command line interface, which is based on 40-year old technology. Rather than managing with policies, he has to ask the system admin a series of low-level questions before he even begins configuring the network with the CLI. In a recent meeting with a CIO, he told me he believes “If you’re using the CLI and scripts, you’ve already lost the battle for cloud.“According to analyst data, a typical data center may have 500 servers with each of them running 20 virtualized workloads. That’s 10,000 workloads! Each workload requires at least 6 network attributes. The network admin has to use over 250,000 command line entries to configure these 60,000 network attributes on a port-by-port basis across dozens of switches! Imagine, even if someone is a really good typist, they are probably bound to make a mistake once every few thousand entries. That’s is still 250 errors AND you have to find them! That’s what makes this manual process long, inconsistent and unreliable. 
  • Application IndifferentSo, the problem is pretty clear. Deploying applications in the data center takes too long, is inconsistent and the use of a command line interface makes the process unreliable. It is not just about connectivity of applications in the data center, it is also about delivering applications to users, in the campuses and branch locations of the network. Our virtual application network vision delivers a whole solution from deploying applications in the data center to connecting users to applications across the network. Legacy networks are application indifferent. Legacy switches and routers forward thousands of packets every second in exactly the same manner without any awareness or knowledge of the applications carried within them. As a result, these legacy networks are unable to meet specific service levels when delivering applications to users. Rigid Physical InfrastructureLegacy networks are also rigid and physical. They were built for one type of tenant – the company. Today we need to connect suppliers, partners or customers. They were built for one type of user – using a PC. Now they use a smart phone and a tablet.They were built for one location – the company’s offices. Now most employees don’t work in corporate locations.Provisioning applications and users on legacy network is device-dependent – the company-owned servers and company-issued PCs and mobile phones. Cloud is changing everything like the Internet did 20 years ago. Legacy networks are like the roads that were built between cities and suburbs fifty years ago. Where and how people live and work has changed, but the roads haven’t. Like old roadways, legacy networks lack programmability necessary for the cloud. Manual ManagementLegacy networks requiring manual management with only a command line interface will be as useful as green-screen monitors are in the Internet era of rich media. Managing with the command line interface prevents the network administrator from responding quickly to business changes.In addition, the command line interface and its manual errors causing 70% of network outages must to be replaced with policy-based automation to create reliability. Only this will enable businesses to run at Cloud speed.
  • HP’s Virtual Application Networks are our vision for Software Defined Networks. Virtual Application Networks enable businesses to spend less time managing infrastructure and more on connecting users to applications.
  • Application CharacterizationVirtual Application Networks deliver Application characterization. Using preconfigured templates, IT can characterize the delivery requirements of an application from the data center to the user. These templates ensure applications or a class of applications is deployed consistently and repeatedly every time across the entire network. Network VirtualizationVirtual Application Networks deliver Network Virtualization. By virtualizing the network with an end-to-end control plane, we create a multi-tenant network that is programmable, delivering on-demand topology and device-independent provisioning allowing businesses to move a Cloud speed. Automated OrchestrationVirtual Application Networks deliver Automated Orchestration. Policy-based templates fully automate network configuration and provisioning to deliver expected service levels, increase speed, consistency and reliability.
  •  Virtual Application Networks is a game changer. It is one you will feel comfortable with because it is similar to server virtualization. HP Virtual Application Networks will transform the networking industry the way hypervisors transformed the server industry.The end-to-end control plane is similar to a hypervisor. And Virtual Application Networks are similar to Virtual Machines (VMs).  
  • Let’s go back to our original example of deploying an exchange instance and its virtual machines. Click #1: With Virtual Application Networks, the first step is to characterize the application delivery requirements for Exchange in the IMC VAN Manager Module. Click #2: Here, we build a connection profile from a preconfigured template. Click #3: The second step is to virtualize the server to network connectivity in VMware vCenter with a plug-in that comes with the IMC VAN Manager module. Click #4: Here, the sys admin simply chooses the connection profile for Exchange. Every time a new Exchange instance is deployed, the same profile is selected, ensuring speed, consistency and reliability. Click #5: The third step is to orchestrate the network with the IMC VAN Manager module where the Exchange VMs are visible after selecting the connection profile. Click #6: By simply “powering them on,” IMC will automatically configure the switches based on the connection profile. Click #7: The application is deployed in three easy steps! And I never had to touch the command line interface!
  • Let’s focus on the amount of time it takes to connect an application to the network. Let’s start with the tools that a server administrator uses. He uses tools that allow him to manage with policy. He has very sophisticated tools and when he needs to connect to the network, that’s where the delay comes in and it takes weeks. Just look at the questions that a network administrator asks the server admin. These are much lower level questions. Because he isn’t using advanced policy-based tools. He is using 40-year-old technology comprising command-line interface and scripts. As a matter of fact, in an interview with a CEO, he told his team, “If you’re using the CLIN scripts, you’ve already lost the battle for cloud. “ In a typical data center, according to Cindy Borovick from IDC, you could have 500 servers with all of them running a hypervisor, each carrying about 20 virtualized workloads. Well, there are 10,000 workloads with each one requiring, on an average, five network attributes and there are 50,000 network attributes that you have to configure on a port-by-port basis across dozens of switches—possibly 250,000 command line entries across those dozens of switches. Even if you have a really good IT organization, those network administrators are bound to make a mistake.  Talking to Joe Skorupa from Gartner and his comment was, even if they are really good, they might make one mistake out of a thousand, that’s is still 250 errors and you’ve got to go find them—that’s the real tough part. This process is not only slow, but it presents a reliability problem.
  • IMC has earned bragging rights; it supports 6,085 devices from more than 220 manufacturers, of which 1400+ are from Cisco!I’ve heard clients say, although I can’t say who – that IMC manages Cisco better than Cisco can! - 1000+You heard Bethany talk about the IMC VAN Manager module and how it is used to characterize app delivery requirements, virtualize server to network connectivity and automate network orchestration. By integrating F5 management into IMC, we will bring together to industry innovations using policy-based template-driven management. We will integrate F5 iApps into the IMC VAN manager module which will deliver the industry’s first automated policy-based single pane-of-glass management from the application to the network to the userCharacterizing applications will include insights from F5 at Layers 4 – 7 including roundtrip latency and round trip application response time. We will be able to virtualize application, network and server resources.We will be able to fully automate orchestration from layers 2 – 7, an industry first. Let’s see how it will work.
  • Deploy applications quickly: Minutes rather then monthsReduce download times for end usersEliminate SPAM by up to 70%Secure network from network/protocol-level attacksIncrease administrator efficiency (up to 33%)Accelerate performance: 200% faster application performanceFrees up to 40% of server resources60% increase in VM guest densityAccelerating applications up to 3XAssure reliability: 900% faster Virtual Machine MobilityReduces 5 GB VM over vMotion moves from 20 min to 38 secsOnly solution for long-distance vMotion (over 100 ms of latency)IRF over fiber links between data centers can reduce VM mobility time for 40% Windows Server guest vMotion event across a 622 Mbps link with 40 milliseconds of round-trip time and zero packet loss, which would normally take more than five minutes to complete. With BIG-IP WAN Optimization Manager it takes less than 30 seconds
  • HP networking certifications provide individuals with the necessary skills to deploy and manage open network architectures. An HP trained workforce can accelerate open-standards based network architecture deployments leading to more agile, flexible and cost efficient infrastructure systems. HP ExpertONE program provides:Rapid professional cross-certification Professionals with existing (Cisco)industry certifications can enter the HP program at higher levels, rather than starting at the bottom, saving significant time and costSkills for open networkingRobust courseware develops skills to rapidly deploy open networks which are more flexible and reduce costs.Proven methods for networking migrationLearn proven HP methods for smoothly adopting a dual vendor networking strategy that protects investments and increases flexibilityLearn more at www.hp.com/go/expertone
  • Having knowledge and experience in a single cloud solution area such as services provisioning , software, networking, or storage is not enough, you need more. Successful Cloud and Converged infrastructure strategies require IT organizations employ and contract IT professionals who have the end to end knowledge and skills to reduce the operational risks that results from oversights in architecture design and project execution. 1.) To help our customers reduce risk and accelerate their ability to close their skills gaps - HP ExpertONE is announcing the IT Industry’s first Cloud Certification PortfolioThe, HP ASE Cloud Architect was developedfor organizations and IT professionals who require the knowledge and skills to navigate HP CloudSystem solution offerings and specify and architect a spectrum of cloud services, including private, public, and hybrid cloud and IasS, SaaS, and PaaS service offerings.We are also introducing two new Cloud integrator certifications, the HP ASE Cloud Integrator certification is for organizations and IT professionals who require the knowledge and skills to install and configure IT focused cloud solutions based on HP CloudSystem Matrix and Cloud Service Automation and the HP Master ASE Cloud Integrator certification targets professionals who need the skills and expertise to implement the full HP Cloud Service Automation software solution and integrate the CloudSystem offering with a broader set of hardware and software solutions, enabling theprovisioning and management of applications and infrastructure. 2.) In addition,  HP ExpertONE is announcing expanded delivery and distribution capabilities to provide our IT professionals more choices for when, where, and how they develop their cloud and converged infrastructure skills. The announcements include the; ExpertONE Learning Partner Program - An expanded global learning channel program designed to provide HP customers, partners, and IT professionals better access to consultative resources for the assessment, prescription, and delivery of standardized and customized HP skills and certification training. HP Institute –An academic program offered in 2 and 4-year colleges and universities designed to meet the needs of current and future IT professionals who prefer to develop their skills and expertise in a college environment. HP Press –An IT publications solution designed to meet the needs of individuals and IT professionals who prefer a self- study approach to IT certification training.  These solutions, when combined with our ExpertONE Learning Partner and HP Education Services offerings, provide HP customers, partners, and IT professionals with a wider range of choices to obtain the HP certification and skills training
  • Expanding HP ServiceONE to the networking portfolio. The ServiceONE portfolio offers the most flexible program where partners can sell HP services SKUs delivered by HP, sell HP services SKUs that they deliver and they can sell Partner branded services that the partner delivers. The ability to sell and deliver partner branded solutions under the ServiceONE program is the new element for HP Networking. With a large partner community, this extends the availability and delivery of a consistent set of services to new markets and fuels revenue opportunities for partners. This also ensures that customers receive the always-on support to mitigate risks with a consistent set of design, training, implementation and support services under the HP ServiceONE brand which ensures a high-quality experience
  • Source: IT Systems and Networking Research, Baird (Noland), May 2, 2011This survey represents 92 Cisco resellers, or about $5 billion inannual Cisco product sales with about 54% of the respondents US-based.75% of the participants said HP is part of the discussion now with 29% saying HP is influencing deal terms and winning overCisco.
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    • 1. © Copyright 2012 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P.The information contained herein is subject to change without notice.HP NetworkingSeptembre, 2012
    • 2. © Copyright 2012 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice.280%MORE THANOF TRAFFIC WILL BESERVER-TO-SERVER BY2014FEDERATED APPSAND VIRTUALIZATIONApps Are Changing – Networks Must Change25%ENTERPRISETRAFFIC THAT ISVIDEOCOLLABORATION, TRAINING,AND IT CONSUMERIZATIONUP TOGartner G00207476:Emerging Technology AnalysisGartner G00175764:Key Issues for Communications Strategies, 201050%WORKLOADS WILL BEVIRTUALIZED BY THEEND OF 2012PRIVATE, PUBLICAND INDEPENDENTCLOUDSOVER
    • 3. © Copyright 2012 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice.3Leader in Enterprise LAN Magic Quadrant 2011HP Positioned inGartner’s LeadersQuadrantFigure 1. Magic Quadrant for Enterprise LAN (Global)Source: Gartner Magic Quadrant for Enterprise LAN Magic QuadrantAugust 2011, 2012ID Number: G00213980This Magic Quadrant graphic was published by Gartner Inc. as part of a largerresearch note and should be evaluated in the context of the entire report. TheGartner report is available upon request from HP. Gartner does not endorse anyvendor, product or service depicted in its research publications, and does notadvise technology users to select only those vendors with the highest ratings.Gartner research publications consist of the opinionsof Gartners researchorganizationand should not be construed as statements of fact. Gartnerdisclaims all warranties, expressed or implied, with respect to this research,includingany warranties of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose.
    • 4. © Copyright 2012 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice.4Leader in Wired & Wireless LAN Magic Quadrant 2012Source: Gartner Magic Quadrant for Wired and Wireless LAN Infrastructure Magic QuadrantJune, 2012ID Number: G00234282HP Positioned inGartner’s LeadersQuadrantThis Magic Quadrant graphic was published by Gartner Inc. as part of a largerresearch note and should be evaluated in the context of the entire report. TheGartner report is available upon request from HP. Gartner does not endorse anyvendor, product or service depicted in its research publications, and does notadvise technology users to select only those vendors with the highest ratings.Gartner research publications consist of the opinionsof Gartners researchorganizationand should not be construed as statements of fact. Gartnerdisclaims all warranties, expressed or implied, with respect to this research,includingany warranties of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose.
    • 5. © Copyright 2012 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice.5Industry Analyst ReportsGartner : Debunking the Mythof the Single-vendor NetworkMark Fabbi and Debora Curtis, 17 November 2010. Mark Fabbi and Debora Curtis, 22 November 2011.Gartner : The Disaggregation ofthe Enterprise NetworkGartner : Clients That Don’t Segment TheirNetwork Infrastructure Will Have Higher CostTim Zimmerman, 15 March 2011.Forrester Research - The Total EconomicImpact of HP Networking SolutionsIDC Financial Insights – Branch Banking of theFuture: The Enabling Role of an Open NetworkArchitectureIDC Insights ExpertROI Spotlight –Thompson School District Leverages HPFlexCampus to Launch New EducationalInitiatives
    • 6. © Copyright 2012 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice.6ALL ON OPEN STANDARDSNOWithDATA CENTERDOWN TIME4xWithTHE PREVIOUSBANDWIDTH6Deployedin monthsREPLACED ALL ROUTERS& SWITCHESHP isAll HPIN SIX DATACENTERSData Centers Powered by HP6
    • 7. © Copyright 2012 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice.7Management softwareServersPower and coolingStorageHP CONVERGEDINFRASTRUCTUREFlexNetworkArchitectureA comprehensive solution only from HPHP Converged Infrastructure
    • 8. © Copyright 2012 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice.8Networking Servers w/UC&C Apps StorageClients /EndpointsHP StorageCI Example - Unified CommunicationsHP Storage
    • 9. 9Data Center + Networking
    • 10. Rack servers Blade serversW EUp to 75% of trafficUp to 50% of ports interconnectswitches; not servers or storageUnnecessary layers add hopsand latencySlows performance of federatedapps & VM mobilityNSMulti-tier Legacy ArchitectureFederated Applications and Virtualization changing traffic flows10 HP Confidential
    • 11. Advanced architecture that improves server-to-server performanceHow HP FlexFabric is Changing the RulesAccess Switches withIRF, Virtual ConnectHigher performing,scale and switch/networkreliabilityRequires fewer layers andplatforms—simplified lowercost designIRF enables a singlelow latency hop betweenservers (for L2 and L3)IRF = Intelligent ResilientFramework technologyCore Switches with IRF11 Rack servers Blade serversW EVirtualConnectIRFIRFUp to 80% of trafficHP BladeSystem with Virtual Connect
    • 12. © Copyright 2012 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice.12FlexFabric: HP5900 Top-of-Rack SwitchScaling the performance of server-to-server traffic• HP IRF for virtualization & 2-tier architecture• Ultra-low latency 10GbE for demanding applications• No license fees or complex license management50% devicereduction20% lower priceper port300% higherscalabilityHP 5900 SwitchSource: HP competitive analysis, vs Cisco Nexus 3000
    • 13. © Copyright 2012 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice.13How Many Management Apps Do You Need?• A single, integrated, scalable management platform• Manages complete FlexNetwork architecture• Multi-vendor network management for 6000+ devicesfrom 220 manufacturers including over 1,400 devicesfrom Cisco• Cisco Works (a.k.a. Cisco Prime) has new UI• Manages a Cisco-only network• 25 more applications are still needed• Campus management only• Data center management separate from Cisco Prime• Other applications required for full FCAPS mgmtCoveredby CiscoPrimeOther CiscoProducts25 Different ApplicationsSecurity and IdentityNetwork Management and AnalysisSecure Access Control ServerData Center Mgmt and AutomationService ManagementRouting and Switching ManagementWireless ManagementPrime + othersIntelligent Management CenterBase Platform – Full FCAPS MgmtFault Configuration Accounting PerformanceSecurityUserandDevicesSecurity&IdentityBranchMgmtVariousVPNmodulesWirelessQoSsoftwareIMC1 vs. 25Single Pane-of-Glass Management
    • 14. © Copyright 2012 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice.14HP IS TRANSFORMING THENETWORKING INDUSTRY
    • 15. © Copyright 2012 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice.15Earning Customers
    • 16. © Copyright 2012 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice.© Copyright 2012 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice.Merci!

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