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  • Unified FABRIC advantagesLayer 2 StrengthsSimple configuration, Flexible provisioning, Low costLayer 3 StrengthsAll links active, Fast convergence, Highly scalableScalable virtualization podsMassively scalable L2 fabricL2 interconnect with dark fibreHigh-bandwidth HPCResulting in: Simplicity, High resiliency―Eliminate Spanning Tree Protocol (STP), Flexibility, Revolutionary scale—12,000+ 10 GE with Cisco® FEX
  • Evolution of Cloud Computing: We are seeing Cloud computing is intersecting large trends – SDN, Big Data and IoE - Forming a new perfect storm and a virtuous cycle of innovation Each of these trends all feed each otherMore and more things getting connected to internet – IoELeads to need for need for Big Data and to analyze thisCloud platforms are the best way to accomplish thisTo realize the cloud platforms we need SDNFor example, Big data is being used on top of cloud – to provide big data SaaS applications Cloud really allows for dynamic scaling of Big Data because of the enormous amounts of dataAnd Cloud is the perfect place to do that by utilizing what some call the 3 Vs of cloud – volume, velocity and variety
  • Cisco Commitment to open source100% of Cisco Products contain Open Source Software50% of all Cisco revenue based on LinuxCOSIMission: OS Awareness and Considerations in Business ObjectivesCisco contributes to >100 OSS projectsNetwork protocol placement, OS, MiddlewareCisco leading OpenStack Quantum Lew Tucker, Cloud CTO Vice Chair OpenStack Board Cisco #1 OEM for 3.6 kernel lines changed#14/208 overall for changsets#9 lines changedOpen Source tenant of Cisco #1 Technology Supply Chain ModelEnhances market position, decreases labor costs, accelerates adoptionEverything we are going to do will be in an open standards and open source direction at the base level." John Chambers, December 2012
  • Multi-hypervisor Support, including open-source hypervisorsOpenStack (Quantum) API for automated provisioning Manage large number of tenants and ports per single switch (30K+) Extend tenant workloads across virtual and physical Apply virtual or physical network servicesonePK Controllers + Agent Support Overlay Network Solutions:Han:Nexus 1000V is enabling customers to build overlay networks ensuring Maximum Flexibility with Instant network provisioning through VXLAN Virtual or physical servers connectivity through VXLAN Gateway Full portfolio of virtual and physical network services Variety of hypervisors, including open source Xen and KVM Programmable through REST API and OpenStack integration
  • Unified Data Center platform lays the critical foundation for customers to evolve to IT-as-a-Service and cloud by providing the fundamental building blocks required. Cloud defines Infrastructure-as-a-Service as a model by which a standard set of services are delivered on-demand through self-service and automation from a shared pool of resources, as opposed to simply setting up parallel infrastructures. This requires an easily managed and automated solution that is delivered through the integration of Unified Fabric, Computing and Management together.  Once you’ve defined a catalog of your standardized services, you can map them to characteristics required of the underlying infrastructure and network (“x” amount of memory, “y” amount of guaranteed bandwidth, “z” amount of load balancing). Through the integration of management with the underlying infrastructure, these services can be created and delivered to the end user and automatically provisioned on the compute and network platforms. This elasticity allows IT managers to utilize resources much more efficiently, which in turn can help reduce costs.  Customers are embarking on cloud computing and IT-as-a-Service in order to increase the speed of IT and achieve a lower cost of operations. By standardizing on a set of IT services available from a pool of shared resources, with self-service automated provisioning, customers can streamline their operations and spend more of their time and money on innovations within IT.   
  • • As of Q3FY13 UCS revenue reached a $2B annualized run rate • In Q3FY13, Data Center revenue was 515M growing 77% Y/Y • As of May 2013, there are over 23,000 unique UCS customers which represents 89% Y/Y growth• More than half of all Fortune 500 customers have invested in UCS •• Over 500 customers have booked over 1 Million in UCS solutions and over 1,200 have booked over $500,000• We have over 1700 UCS Specialized partner selling UCS and over 3400 actively selling UCS• 73 World Record Performance BenchmarksAs of CY12 Q4  Cisco is one of the Top 5 Server Vendors based on worldwide Revenue Share
  • That leadership comes from continuously listening to our customers and investing in R&D to meet their needs. We have seen strong adoption of Cisco Unified Fabric and our continuing market share leadership shows strong adoption by customers.
  • RamI will leave it to your discretion for the points you would like to keep. I have simplified by removing detail and a couple of the points. If you were to delete items I would of course remove the things that speak to broader collaboration where we embed RHEL and other Red Hat elements into our mainstream products as well our the internal IT reference.
  • Open Cloud Computing RHS presentation Ram Appalaraju

    1. 1. Cisco Confidential 1Cisco Confidential 1Cisco Confidential 1Cisco Confidential 1© 2013 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Ram Appalaraju VP Data Center Marketing Cisco Systems, Inc. In collaboration with Intel
    2. 2. Cisco Confidential 2Cisco Confidential 2Cisco Confidential 2Cisco Confidential 2© 2013 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Ram Appalaraju VP Data Center Marketing Cisco Systems, Inc. In collaboration with Intel
    3. 3. © 2013 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 3 • Internet of Everything (IoE) Anytime, any device Smart, IP-connected devices Broadband everywhere Video, voice over IP Mobility and Wireless • Technology tipping point Virtualization of apps and services Software-define Networking/Infrastructure Big Data, Analytics Massive scale, Automation, self-service
    4. 4. © 2013 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 4 Distributed • Manual Provisioning • Limited Scaling • Rack-Wide VM mobility Fabric Based Cloud • Policy-Based Provisioning • Scale Physical and Virtual/Cloud • DC-Wide/Cross-DC VM Mobility ComputeCompute Storage Storage Services Services L2, L3 Fabric Cloud Application Driven • Service-Centric Provisioning • Flexible—Anywhere, Anytime • Cross-Cloud VM Mobility ComputeCompute Storage Storage Services Services L2, L3 Programmable Provisionable Monitoring Apps Provisioning Apps Networking Apps End-User Apps Integrated Fabric and Cloud World of Many Clouds
    5. 5. © 2013 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 5 VOLUME VELOCITY VARIETY Internet of Things Big Data CloudSDN
    6. 6. © 2013 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 6 Enable Customers to Maximize Business Value From Their DC Applications by Providing A… Holistic, Programmable Fabric Based Infrastructure that supports Any Application Any Location Any Scale
    7. 7. © 2013 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 7 Layered Services Open Source Apps and Services ManagementandAutomation Cisco SDN and InfrastructureonePK Compute Storage Networking OpenStack Cisco Plugins AdvancedServices Orchestration Video Scalable CDN /Cache Customer AppsCisco Apps—WebEx Cisco Apps— Video etc. Cisco Apps—HCS Analytics Security Cassandra Transcoding PaaS Hadoop NetworkServices VirtualAppliances
    8. 8. © 2013 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 8 a Industry’s Most Comprehensive Networking Portfolio Hardware + Software Physical + Virtual Network + Compute 1 Platform APIs 2 Controllers and Agents 3 Virtual Overlays Software API’s www.cisco.com/go/one onePK Open Clouds with Nexus 1000V OpenStack SDN: - ONE Controller (OpenFlow, onePK) - OpenFlow Agents
    9. 9. © 2011 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 9 Nexus 1000V vSwitch KVM Tenant 1 Virtual Services vWAAS VSGASA 1KV Tenant 3 Physical Workloads on VLAN ASA 55xx Physical (VLAN) Network VXLAN Gateway Virtual Workloads on VXLAN Tenant 2 Building OpenStack based clouds with Nexus 1000V Nexus 1000V VSM (Controller) Solution Highlights • Grizzly OpenStack release • Red Hat OS distribution • Scalable up to 512 servers • 16000 VXLAN segments – No multicast needed • L2-L7 services chaining via vPath • Physical services/workload support via VXLAN gateway • Overlapping IP/cloning support
    10. 10. © 2013 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 10 Vendor/User Plug-In • Implementation of abstractions • Virtual or physical • Extended API’s (For commonAPI, rapid innovation and vendor differentiation) API Extensions Cisco Plug-Ins • NX-OS (VLANs), Linux Bridge • OVS+GRE, VXLAN • Nexus 1000V (VLAN, VXLAN) • Cisco ONE Controller (future) OpenStack Networking Plug-In API OpenStack Networking Service • Network abstraction definition and management • Does NOT do any actual implementation of abstraction OpenStack Networking API
    11. 11. © 2013 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 11 CLOUD REQUIREMENTS IDEAL INFRASTRUCTURE • Physical resources deployed through APIs • Policy-enforced compute, network, identifier resources Rapid Provisioning • Integrated compute, network, and storage resources • Bare metal abstraction and API design Simplified Infrastructure • Virtualization awareness and scalability without complexity • Automation and orchestration through industry standard tools Self Service Consumption Model • Rapid scalability of virtual and physical resources • Automated deployment Elastic Resource Allocation
    12. 12. © 2013 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 12 Subject matter expert define policies Uplink port configuration, VLAN, VSAN, QoS, and EtherChannels Server port configuration including LAN and SAN settings Network interface card (NIC) configuration: MAC address, VLAN, and QoS settings; host bus adapter HBA configuration: worldwide names (WWNs), VSANs, and bandwidth constraints; and firmware revisions Unique user ID (UUID), firmware revisions, and RAID controller settings Service profile assigned to server, chassis slot, or pool Uplink port configuration, VLAN, VSAN, QoS, and EtherChannels Server port configuration including LAN and SAN settings Network interface card (NIC) configuration: MAC address, VLAN, and QoS settings; host bus adapter HBA configuration: worldwide names (WWNs), VSANs, and bandwidth constraints; and firmware revisions Unique user ID (UUID), firmware revisions, and RAID controller settings Service profile assigned to server, chassis slot, or pool Uplink port configuration, VLAN, VSAN, QoS, and EtherChannels Server port configuration including LAN and SAN settings Network interface card (NIC) configuration: MAC address, VLAN, and QoS settings; host bus adapter HBA configuration: worldwide names (WWNs), VSANs, and bandwidth constraints; and firmware revisions Unique user ID (UUID), firmware revisions, and RAID controller settings Service profile assigned to server, chassis slot, or pool Uplink port configuration, VLAN, VSAN, QoS, and EtherChannels Server port configuration including LAN and SAN settings Network interface card (NIC) configuration: MAC address, VLAN, and QoS settings; host bus adapter HBA configuration: worldwide names (WWNs), VSANs, and bandwidth constraints; and firmware revisions Unique user ID (UUID), firmware revisions, and RAID controller settings Service profile assigned to server, chassis slot, or pool Uplink port configuration, VLAN, VSAN, QoS, and EtherChannels Server port configuration including LAN and SAN settings Network interface card (NIC) configuration: MAC address, VLAN, and QoS settings; host bus adapter HBA configuration: worldwide names (WWNs), VSANs, and bandwidth constraints; and firmware revisions Unique user ID (UUID), firmware revisions, and RAID controller settings Service profile assigned to server, chassis slot, or pool Policies used to create service profile templates Service profile templates create service profiles Associating service profiles with hardware configures servers automatically 2 3 4 Integrated, policy-based infrastructure management Storage SME Server SME Network SME 1
    13. 13. © 2013 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 13 Cisco UCS Fabric Extender Rack Mount Servers Cisco UCS Fabric Interconnect Blade Servers Self Aware, Self Integrating System Distributed Virtual Blade Chassis Scale Without Complexity Many Form-Factors One System Unified Fabric Cisco® Fabric Extender Architecture
    14. 14. © 2011 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 14 • As of Q3FY13 UCS revenue reached a $2B annualized run rate • In Q3FY13, Data Center revenue was 515M growing 77% Y/Y • As of May 2013, there are over 23,000 unique UCS customers which represents 89% Y/Y growth • More than half of all Fortune 500 customers have invested in UCS • Over 500 customers have booked over 1 Million in UCS solutions and over 1,200 have booked over $500,000 • Over 3,400 Channel Partners are actively selling UCS worldwide and over 1700 UCS specialized partners in the channel world wide • As of CY12 Q4 Cisco is one of the Top 5 Server Vendors, #2 in Blade servers based on Worldwide Revenue Share1 • 73 World Record Performance Benchmarks to date Source: 1 IDC Worldwide Quarterly Server Tracker, Q1 2013, May 2013, Revenue Share Cisco UCS with Intel® Xeon® processors
    15. 15. © 2011 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 15 Continuous market leadership DC TECHNOLOGY LEADER Cisco FabricPath Customers 1,500+ Cisco FEX Customers 11,000+ Cisco NX-OS Customers40,000+ 10GE Ports Shipped11M+ DATA CENTER SWITCHING LEADER *Source: Infonetics, Q3 2012 DC Network Equipment Report, December 2012 **Source: Dell’Oro, SAN Switching, November 2012 Data current as of December 2012. Subject to change without notice. Market share by revenue in Q3 2012 for FCoE SAN Switching at 87.3%** # 1Market share by revenue in Q3 2012 for DC Ethernet Switching at 71.7%* # 1
    16. 16. © 2013 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 16 • Red Hat Tier 1 Strategic/Ecosystem Partner • Technology Collaboration VXLAN, Network Pass Thru, VM-FEX for KVM, Nexus 1000V for KVM • Cisco and Red Hat exploring opportunity to expand OpenStack partnership • Cisco embeds RHEL, JBOSS and KVM in CRTG/SRTG/ERTG products (i.e. ASR 9000, ASA) • Cisco IT uses 10,000+ RHEL instances.
    17. 17. In collaboration with Intel

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