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  1. 1. ACCELERATE NETWORKTRANSFORMATION WITH ETHERNETFABRIC AND SOFTWARE DEFINEDNETWORKING (SDN)David WhitePrincipal Systems EngineerOctober 09, 2012© 2012 Brocade Communications Systems, Inc. Proprietary Information 1
  2. 2. Legal DisclaimerAll or some of the products detailed in this presentation may still be under developmentand certain specifications, including but not limited to, release dates, prices, and product features,may change. The products may not function as intended and a production version of the productsmay never be released. Even if a production version is released, it may be materially different fromthe pre-release version discussed in this presentation.Nothing in this presentation shall be deemed to create a warranty of any kind, either express orimplied, statutory or otherwise, including but not limited to, any implied warranties of merchantability,fitness for a particular purpose, or noninfringement of third-party rights with respect to any productsand services referenced herein.Brocade, Brocade Assurance, the B-wing symbol, DCX, Fabric OS, MLX, SAN Health, VCS, and VDX areregistered trademarks, and AnyIO, Brocade One, CloudPlex, Effortless Networking, ICX, NET Health,OpenScript, and The Effortless Network are trademarks of Brocade Communications Systems, Inc., inthe United States and/or in other countries. Other brands, products, or service names mentioned maybe trademarks of their respective owners.© 2012 Brocade Communications Systems, Inc. Proprietary Information 10/12/2012 2
  3. 3.  Optimized for server virtualizationWhat Is an and cloud architectures  More efficient, higher throughput, Ethernet lower latency  Scale-out vs. scale-up to increase Fabric? flexibility and reduce cost  Dramatic automation to simplify administration © 2012 Brocade Communications Systems, Inc. Proprietary Information Twitter 10/12/2012 3
  4. 4. Ethernet Fabrics vs. Legacy NetworksIdeally suited for modern data centers CLASSIC, HIERARCHICAL ARCHITECTURE ETHERNET FABRIC ARCHITECTURE Aggregation Core Core Edge Scalability Access• Inflexible: Deployed as three tiers, optimized for legacy • Flexible: Topology optimized for east/west traffic patterns client/server applications and virtualized applications• Inefficient: Spanning Tree disables links to prevent • Scalable: Flat topology easily scales out at the edge loops, limiting network utilization • Efficient: All links in the fabric are active with Layer 1/2/3• Complex: Additional protocol layers to enable scale multipathing• Expensive: Each switch has to be managed individually • Simple: Entire fabric behaves as logical switch© 2012 Brocade Communications Systems, Inc. Proprietary Information 10/12/2012 4
  5. 5. What is Software Defined Networking?Decouples the capabilities & features from the networking devices Features Features (Applications) Device OS Network Controller Hardware Features OpenFlow Client OS OS Features Features Hardware Features Hardware OpenFlow Client OS OS OS Features OS Hardware Hardware OpenFlow Client Hardware OS Hardware OS Hardware Hardware Physical Infrastructure Today With Software Defined Networking (SDN) • Network Controller abstracts physical network • Control /Management Plane runs on separate infrastructure© 2011-2012 Brocade Communications Systems, Inc. CONFIDENTIAL—Discussion under NDA 5
  6. 6. Who is behind Software Defined Networking?Open Networking Foundation (ONF) Orchestration• ONF launched publicly in March, 2011 App App App App• Support from more than 70 major companies Virtualization Network OS• The ONF defines OpenFlow and API specifications OpenFlow• Founding members of ONF: Physical Features Features OS Hardware Features OS OS Network Hardware Features OS Hardware Features Hardware OS Hardware ONF SDN Model (simplified) x© 2011-2012 Brocade Communications Systems, Inc. PROPRIETARY AND CONFIDENTIAL— Discussed under NDA Only 6
  7. 7. Why Are We Talking About This?Because the network has become the problem! “We are allowing the network to constrain optimization of the most valuable assets” - James Hamilton, VP of Cloud Architecture, Amazon• Innovation is limited by the capability of the networking vendors• Old approach is decades behind compared to Web 2.0 and SP Cloud provider requirements: • Scale • Operational Efficiency • Service Velocity© 2011-2012 Brocade Communications Systems, Inc. PROPRIETARY AND CONFIDENTIAL— Discussed under NDA Only 7
  8. 8. Key Imperatives and Needs for Service Providers TodayDelivering differentiated services over the cloud RESOURCE AUTOMATION AND REAL-TIME, MULTI-TENANCY FLEXIBILITY ORCHESTRATION MASSIVE SCALABILITY SCALE-OUT REAL-TIME NETWORK SERVICE AGILITY ANALYTICS MULTITENANCY© 2012 Brocade Communications Systems, Inc. Proprietary Information 10/12/2012 8
  9. 9. What’s Changing in a Provider’s Data Center? VM Density Application East-West Network Flash Storage and Mobility Componentization Traffic Patterns Virtualization DATA CENTER NETWORK© 2012 Brocade Communications Systems, Inc. Proprietary Information 10/12/2012 9
  10. 10. What if you could … Build your next Virtualize your Create and Unlock the data center network starting deliver intelligence from optimized for now for greater customized your network for highest demands responsiveness services and new real-time in flexibility, and increased offerings at the orchestration reliability, and asset utilization speed of and analytics scale customer need© 2012 Brocade Communications Systems, Inc. Proprietary Information 10/12/2012 10
  11. 11. The Blueprint for the Software-Defined Network (SDN)Simplify networks with fabrics, virtualization, and automation Cloud-Optimized Enabling Key Network Stack Technologies Benefits Cloud Management Layer Orchestration Interface Automated Provisioning Customization Application Layer SDN-enabled Applications and Monetization Virtualization Layer Overlay Networks, OpenFlow Scale-out Multitenancy Operational Simplicity Network Layer Ethernet Fabric and Traffic Management© 2012 Brocade Communications Systems, Inc. Proprietary Information 10/12/2012 11
  12. 12. Network Simplification Through InnovationEthernet fabric is the foundation for SDN and virtualization SDN NETWORK VIRTUALIZATION PROGRAMATIC CONTROL CLOUD ORCHESTRATION SIMPLICITY EFFICIENT INFRASTRUCTURE SCALABLE CONTROL THROUGH AUTOMATION • Virtualization-aware • Fabric-level API for service • Self-forming fabric • Flat topology creation • Logical chassis • Frame-based load balancing • OpenFlow support • Automatic VM discovery • Layer 1/2/3 multipathing • Single point of access • OpenStack plug-in© 2012 Brocade Communications Systems, Inc. Proprietary Information 10/12/2012 12
  13. 13. The Path to Software-Defined NetworkingCharting a clear path with your existing investment Value added Value added services capabilities Software-Defined Network SDN-ready SDN-enabled network network SDN-ready SDN-Enabled Software-Defined Simpler & automated Programmable Predictive Open Hybrid-mode Flexible High performance Non-disruptive Intelligent Start now with no risk Layer in value-added Transform your services infrastructure© 2012 Brocade Communications Systems, Inc. Proprietary Information 10/12/2012 13
  14. 14. OpenFlow Hybrid ModePreserves past investment while laying foundation for the future• Industry’s first true OpenFlow Hybrid mode WAN SDN • Enables co-existence with today’s networks Controller Protection • Enables new services to be added Layer OpenFlow Overlay• Coexists with traditional IP/MPLS networks OpenFlow Overlay • OpenFlow overlay runs concurrently with Traditional Layer 2/3 VPN traditional IP/MPLS routing/switching Wide Area Infrastructure • Flexible flow identification• Optional “protection layer” isolates OPENFLOW HYBRID MODE ENABLES NEW OpenFlow rules from those populated by SERVICES ON TOP OF EXISTING NETWORKS common control protocols© 2012 Brocade Communications Systems, Inc. Proprietary Information 10/12/2012 14
  15. 15. Internet2Example Brocade customer deploying OpenFlow at 100G Problems Benefits• MAN LAN project: Advanced • MLXe provides high density production IP network for Research Seattle 10/100G at MAN LAN project Spokane Olympia & Education IP services and Missoula Dickinson Fargo for I2. peering services. Sites include NYC Portland Billings Albany Bozeman Bismarck Boston Eugene Buffalo and Wash DC Miles Minneapolis Cleveland • Brocade enables their Open Boise City Detroit New Madison York Exchange with SDN and Pittsburgh Philadelphia• Development & deployment of Reno Chicago (3) Indianapolis OpenFlow with the MLXe large scale environment for Sacramento Ashburn Washington solution and 100G Cincinnati DC research Salt Lake St. Louis Louisville Sunnyvale City DenverKansas Raleigh City Nashville Charlotte • SDN with OpenFlow enable Las Vegas Memphis• Development of a new persistent San Luis Obispo Albuquerque Tulsa Chattanooga cloud routing and SDN Open Exchange with persistent & Los Angeles Atlanta applications along with high- Phoenix San Diego dynamic VLANs Tucson Dallas Jackson speed routing & MPLS El Paso Jacksonville San IP router node• Tighter integration of performance Optical add/drop facility Antonio Baton Rouge • IPv6 and security services are programs with the network portfolio Houston supported by MLX products Internet 2• Operational support for research • 49 Custom Location Facilities • 15,500 miles of dark Fiber• IPv6 and security services • 8.8 Tbps of Optical Capacity© 2012 Brocade Communications Systems, Inc. Proprietary Information 10/12/2012 15
  16. 16. Summary• Service agility is the need of the hour• SDN improves resource flexibility, brings automation and orchestration• Ethernet fabrics are the foundation for an SDN-enabled network• OpenFlow brings modularity to network infrastructure• OpenFlow hybrid mode preserves past investment, lays foundation for future© 2012 Brocade Communications Systems, Inc. Proprietary Information 10/12/2012 16
  17. 17. THANK YOU© 2012 Brocade Communications Systems, Inc. Proprietary Information 17

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