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 Network Innovations Driving Business Transformation

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Learn more about how today's service provider's networks are built to deliver yesterday's services and how the Next generation service require a new approach with our Evolved Programmable Network's offerings will enable business transformation for new service deliveries.

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 Network Innovations Driving Business Transformation

  1. 1. © 2015 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. 1© 2015 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. 1 Network Innovations Driving Business Transformation Evolved Programmable Networking Brendan Gibbs Vice President, Service Provider Routing March 16th, 2015
  2. 2. © 2015 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. 2 Infrastructure High-Speed Broadband Secure VPNs Mobile Internet Smart Phones Triple Play 4K Video M2M Cloud Mobility MultipleOverlay NetworksPredictable TrafficFlows Fixed Hierarchy Broadband TriplePlay Manual Provisioning 3rd-Party Internet SP Internet VM VM Access Edge Core
  3. 3. © 2015 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. 3 Infrastructure 3rd-Party InternetSP Internet VM VM Access Edge Core 4K Video IoE / M2M Cloud 5G Mobility MASSIVE SCALE OPERATIONAL SIMPLIFICATIO N MONETIZATIO N¥£ €$ OnDemand ServicesAnywhere Always“On” Application Interaction Seamless Experience 4K Video IoE / M2M Cloud 5G MobilityReal-Time Analytics Fully Virtualized Intelligent Convergence Automated Open and Programmable
  4. 4. © 2015 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. 4 Infrastructure NCS NCS Open APIs EDGE CORE Access VM VM Edge Core VM Orchestration Service FulfillmentVisibility Cross-Domain Orchestration Applications Access CORE EDGE Always“On” Application Interaction Seamless Experience OnDemand ServicesAnywhere 4K Video IoE / M2M Cloud 5G Mobility Open APIs Real-Time Analytics Fully Virtualized Intelligent Convergence Automated Open and Programmable
  5. 5. © 2015 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. 5 MASSIVE SCALE OPERATIONAL SIMPLIFICATIO N ¥£ €$ MONETIZATION Multi-chassis Core, Terabit Edge IP + Optical Integration Terabit Aggregation Open Operating System Data Model-based Orchestration Application Engineered Routing Virtualized Routing Highest Performance Software Data Plane Virtual Managed Services Highest Density to Reduce CapEx Automate to Reduce OpEx Increase Speed to New Service Delivery
  6. 6. © 2015 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. 6 Evolved Programmable Network Framework Network APIs (REST) and Services Catalog Resource Orchestration Multi-Layer Control, Service Chaining and Policy Enforcement Controllers, Collectors Netconf / Yang Data Models nLight IP+Optical Virtualized Infrastructure Programming and Managing of Virtual Resources Physical Infrastructure Programming and Managing of Physical Resources Applications Unified Service Delivery CRSASR 9000ASR 903 M-series Virtual PEVirtualized IOS-XR VM Cisco nV vGiLAN VM vFirewall VM vDPI VM vNAT VM vBNG VM vDDoS VM vSLB VM NCS 4000 NCS 6000 UCS Intelligent, Ultra-Scalable Network Infrastructure
  7. 7. © 2015 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. 7
  8. 8. © 2015 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. 8 •  Optimized for Aggregation of •  Next-Generation Linecards Shipping Today: •  Based on IOS-XR & Cisco PRIME for •  Enables of Business & Residential Services for both Fixed & Mobile Networks •  Industry Leading with Cisco nV Technology
  9. 9. © 2015 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. 9 • Tomahawk based Linecard • Feature and scale parity with other –TR and –SE Tomahawk cards • 2 x CFP2 based DWDM ports (50G, 100G, 200G) • BPSK, QPSK, 16QAM modulation options • 96 channels, ITU-T 50GHz spacing • FlexSpectrum support • HD FEC, SD FEC (3000+ km w/o regen) • 20x10GE SFPP ports (SR, LR, ZR, CWDM, DWDM) • Flexible port options up to 400 Gbps total capacity • 2 x 200G DWDM (CFP2) or • 2 x 100G DWDM (CFP2) + 20 x 10G (SFP+) or • 1 x 100G + 1 x 200G DWDM (CFP2) + 10 x 10G (SFP+) • OTN and pre-FEC FRR
  10. 10. © 2015 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. 10 Massively Scalable, Flexible Architecture Shipping 1T/slot and 8T/System now, and scalable up to 16- system Multichassis expansion; 2 Tbps linecards in development now Economical Scale High Density and pay as you grow allows linear growth and true Green mode operation allows power to scale linearly as well Architectural Convergence IP+Optical Integration with Optical/OTN platforms creates efficiency in massively scalable networks NCS 6000
  11. 11. © 2015 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. 11 Optimized for Dense 100GE 3.2 Tbps Aggregation Based on IOS-XR 32 ports of 100GE QSFP28 Optics Front to Back Airflow Redundant, Modular AC/DC Power Optimized for Dense 10GE 1.2 Tbps Aggregation Based on IOS-XR 80 ports 10GE + 4x 100GE SFP+ and QSFP28 Optics Front to Back Airflow Redundant, Modular AC/DC Power ASR9xxx ASR9xxx
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  13. 13. © 2015 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. 13 Modular Standard Linux Packaging/Install Independent delivery of Applications Asynchronous Delivery of Applications New features as well as patches Standard Linux Tooling for delivery & installation Programmable Model-driven ReST API NetConf/Yang Python Bindings CLI/SNMP Linux Networking For customer Applications Ease of Operations Linux Tool & Configuration Files Server Management Tools( Chef, Puppet, CF Engine etc.) Cisco Tools for Advanced Functionality Integrates with Customer Native Orchestration Environment Linux Networking Open- Adaptive Leverage Open Source SW Open Boot Loader ASIC HAL APIs 3rd Party Apps Linux Environment Standard Linux APIs Cisco APIs for Advanced Functionality Control Plane / Data Plane Optimization Virtualized Control Plane CP/DP Scale Out Independence Network Slicing Open CP/DP APIs Cisco, Merchant, Third-Party DPs Data-plane NOS CP-DP API
  14. 14. © 2015 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. 14 The Evolution of IOS-XR Application Hosting •  Run 3rd party off-the-shelf applications built with standard Linux tool chains, natively or within containers •  Run custom applications built with Cisco-provided SDK •  Published APIs providing customers the ability to develop on the platformVisibility and Telemetry •  Wired for analytics and real-time insight •  Deep analytical hooks providing access to low level register and counters either directly through ASIC SDK or via Cisco SDK/APIs Machine Readable Interfaces via Standardized Data Models •  Platform accessible via standard published machine readable interfaces (ie. Netconf/Yang models) •  Access to low level SDK for on box applications •  Exposed device data models (support for OpenConfig and Cisco native data models) Packaging Modularity •  Operationally function as a Linux server, from packaging to configuration to SW upgrade •  Open software delivery model via common server management tools (Yum, RPM, etc.) •  Complete Tool chain integration – integrate with customer’s tool for booting to day to day management
  15. 15. © 2015 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. 15 End-to-End Service Automation and Orchestration Service Catalog Routing / VPN Mobility Video/ ContentSecurity Virtual Private Cloud Managed Services Transport Service Broker “Business Intent” catalogs, workflows Cross Domain Orchestration Network Orchestration - DC SDN - WAN Orchestration & Optimization Service Provisioning (Physical & Virtual Services) - Provision WAN services - Provision NFV in DC Compute & Storage Control - Elastic Services Control - Service Lifecycle management Orchestration Engine “Execution” configuration, automation, provisioning End2End Service Management and SLA Guarantees CarrierClassReliability andHighAvailability Evolved Services Platform (ESP) SP WAN / VPN Evolved Programmable Network Physical & Virtual Network, Compute & Storage SP Core SP DC Provision WAN/VPN Services & SLA Admit Bandwidth Optimize WAN Activate & Place Cloud/NFV services
  16. 16. © 2015 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. 16 All components are modular and can be bought standalone or as an integrated SW suite Network Services Orchestrator (NSO) [Based on Tail-F NCS] Elastic Services Controller (ESC) Virtual Topology System (VTS) “SW suite for automated NFV service lifecycle management & orchestration” Prime Service Catalog (PSC) Prime Order Fulfillment (POF) Core products in DSC Optional products in DSC NFV Orchestrat or VNF Manag er DC Overlay SDN system, consisting of a controller called the Virtual Topology Controller (VTC) and a Forwarder called the Virtual Topology Forwarder (VTF) OpenStack/VMware VIM
  17. 17. © 2015 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. 17 Multi-vendor network service controller for existing and future networks !  Single Pane of Glass for: !  L2-L7 networking !  Hardware Devices !  Virtual Appliances !  OpenFlow Switches !  Network and service abstractions based on: !  Data models !  Transactions Network Element Drivers Device Manager Service Manager NCS Service Models Device Models Network-wide CLI, Web UI REST, Java, NETCONF Network Engineer Managemen t Applications End-to-end Transactions NETCONF, CLI, SNMP, REST, etc • Applications • Controllers
  18. 18. © 2015 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. 18 Data center fabric Core / backbone Data center fabric Compute and storage Compute and storage InternetInternet Data center fabric Core / backbone Data center fabric Compute and storage Compute and storage InternetInternet RSVP- TE IP / ECMP Overlay IP / ECMP Overlay Label Switchi ng Domain End to End Simplify and Empow er Lower operational costs with one simple end-to-end forwarding paradigm
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  20. 20. © 2015 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. 20 SW data plane X86, ARM, SOC Cisco Custom ASICs Merchant ASICs Virtualized IOS XR (XRv) as Control Plane (Multiple VM/LXC instances) Scalable Control Plane (In-box & Off-Box) Multi-Platform Data Plane Platform Flexibility Elastic Scale Redundancy Models Network Slicing Value Prop
  21. 21. © 2015 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. 21 •  Fully Featured XR Edge router (ASR 9000 on x86) •  64bit OS – IOS XRv for Control Plane (CP) •  High Performance Edge Services SW Dataplane (DP) •  Single VM Option = CP and DP share same VM •  Separated VM Option = CP and DP run in their own VMs •  KVM Hypervisor support; support for Docker, other Hypervisors coming •  VNF in Cisco ESP portfolio IOS XRvIOS XRv Virtual DP Virtual DP Virtual DP Virtual DP IOS XRv vRoutervRouter
  22. 22. © 2015 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. 22 HV LXC UVF DP LXC XRv CP LXC Adm in Data Plane Controlle r LINUX VM TenGigE0/0/0 GigE0/0/1 GigE0/0/2 MgmtEth0/0/1 vswitch •  Based on Virtualized IOS-XR Codebase •  Entire vRouter in a single VM •  CP, DP & Admin modules use Linux Containers (LXC), as opposed to VMs •  LXC = Shared Kernel, separate kernel namespace (process/ network) •  Targets Hosted & Small PE with L2VPN, L3VPN Data Plane Referred to as Virtual Forwarder (VF) XR Combined RP+LC functionality DPA Performance Target Assuming 4-socket Ivy Bridge Server: •  320 Gbps racetrack throughput •  160 Gbps with features like H- QoS
  23. 23. © 2015 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. 23 •  Feature-rich edge services packet processor for general-purpose CPU’s •  Shares common code & features with Cisco’s hardware NPU engine •  Performance optimization is based on Cisco’s VPP technology; optimized Tx and Rx routines •  Constructs super frames of packets and processes them in one shot; exploits temporal locality of application flows. Benefits from I- cache, D-cache hits. •  Direct PCI pass-through allows send/receive packets with zero operating system overhead •  64-bit, multi-threaded •  Portable C-based SW code Cisco vNPU: SW data plane Cisco NPU: HW data plane Common code base
  24. 24. © 2015 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. 24 Your Needs: Easy to Sell, Activate, Create, Maintain Your Org Needs: Easy Integration, Customization, Usability, Serviceability Your Customers’ Needs: Fast Start-Up, Easy-to-Use On-Demand, Customizable UX Portal for Service Creation, Offers and Expansions; Simple Dashboards & Tooling for Visibility & Analytics Plug & Play Install (No Staging); Multi- Size Businesses Service Agility: SP Template-Based Configuration Easy On-Demand Ordering of New Applications, Services Northbound APIs for SP Integration (Plug & Play w/Tools You Want to Use Immediate GTM with No CAPEX, Multi-Vendor Interoperability
  25. 25. © 2015 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. 25 Cisco Evolved Services Platform Service Provider Cloud StorageNetwork Compute Cisco Evolved Programmable Network Open APIs Customers Secure Broadband Internet Self-Service Portal Service Catalog Orchestration Engine Flexible CPE Cisco ISR Meraki MX Ethernet NID CSR1K v ASAv vIPSWSAv Operations Savings SP Business Outcomes
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