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  • Speaker notes: In order to address all of those challenges, Juniper has created the Simply Connected portfolio. This portfolio combines from switching, security, wireless, and routing products. Each of those products is well capable of competing in its own space. The benefit of having the Simply Connected is our holistic approach to the enterprise mobility and BYOD or your network access. So when all of those products are working together, it allows us to provide you with more features and more qualities that will allow you to manage all of those trends or to tackle all those trends together. If you think about coordinated security, think about the unified policy story that I just told you.  Performance at scale and high resiliency — it’s an end-to-end story today, starting at the end device that the user chooses to use, all the way to the application that he would like to reach or use or to access. All of those pillars — the coordinated security, the performance and scale, and the highly resilient — need to address an end-to-end story. And this is what we are going to demonstrate moving forward.
  • Here is snap shot of the Juniper Networks SRX Series for the Branch Portfolio in 2012. In December of 2011 we announced the SRX110, and in Q1 2012 we announced the SRX550. The SRX550 shipped with Junos12.1 (FRS march 26th). The SRX550 plugs the price/performance gap between the 240 and 650 and is a flexible solution, ideal for mid to large branch offices. The Branch SRX product family continues to add coverage for the enterprise branch and commercial office. We have a model for every sized office. All branch SRX models support the same security and routing services and protocols. SRX100/110 are fixed form factor devices, ideal for Small Offices. SRX210 and SRX220 are ideal solutions for small to medium offices. SRX210 has 1 mini-PIM slots with 2 Gigabit Ethernet interfaces and 6 FE interfaces. SRX220 has 2 mini-PIM slots and 8 onboard Gigabit Ethrenet interfaces. SRX240 is ideal for medium offices with 4 built in mini-PIM slots and 16 on-board Gigabit Ethernet interfaces.SRX650 is great for large branch and regional offices with more LAN slots and dual processors and power supplies for increased availability.
  • Junos Space Network DirectorNetwork Director features a full life cycle management, including a pre and post deployment life cycle tools. With a single plane visibility to manage network infrastructure, user and experiences, and it runs on top of Junos Space. In its initial release it manages the EX switching and wireless product lines. In terms of the life cycle, it includes plan and build, configure and deploy, visualize and monitor, troubleshoot, and report. NOTES:Build mode is used to discover the devices in the network and to create and manage device configurations. Semantics and discovery of devices can be done using various mechanisms CSV import, IP range, subnet sweep or targeting discovery using IP or hostname. SNMP and ICMP based mechanisms are used to detect Juniper devices.  Build mode is also the area where devices can be organized into hierarchal groupings based on logical relationships or physical locations.  Configuration in Network Director is done using profiles. Profiles are snippets of configuration that are created using wizards that seamlessly handle various configuration elements from device specific configuration, port configuration (including authentication options, POE settings etc.), VLANs, ACLs and WLAN configuration. Profiles are easily associated to a device, port, and collection of devices, logical entities or even physical locations. To avoid errors the configuration created through associated profiles for the device is validated to see for its applicability Brownfield deployments are supported within Network Director - as devices are discovered their configurations are parsed for various elements to map the configuration to profiles. Multiple devices with the same configuration would have a single profile created and be associated to those devices.  Profiles offer users scalability, flexibility and rapid deployment of configuration. It also eliminates errors and repetitive tasks__________________________________________________________________________Deploy mode is where device related changes – image management, configuration pushes, reconciliation is done. As with other modes, actions can be done on a device or group of devices or location entities.  Software image management. Network Director maintains a repository of software images that have been uploaded to Network Director. Multiple software images from the repository on multiple devices can be deployed in a single job. Devices can be selected based on location or device model or role of the device in the network. You can separate the staging of the image—that is, downloading the software package to the device—from the actual installation of the package. Both the individual steps of staging and upgrade can be performed immediately or scheduled.  Initiate, schedule and track configuration deployment. Changes to a device’s configuration done in Build mode result in the device being added to a list of devices with pending changes, in Deploy mode, you can deploy those pending changes on the device. Device configuration resynchronization. When a device is discovered, its configuration is read and saved. Network Director uses this information to determine what configuration commands to send to the device when you deploy configuration on the device. Network Director will detect if a configuration on a device if its configuration is out-of-sync. Deploy mode provides a task for you to do so. The administrator has the option to keep the Network Director configuration or change Network Director’s configuration database to reflect what is seen on the network.  Device configuration file backup and restore. Switch or WLAN configuration may be backed up in Network Director and at a later point the administrator can choose to restore an archived configuration to the network._________________________________________________________________ The Monitor mode provides visibility into network status and performance by collecting monitoring information from devices and maintaining the information it collects from the devices in a database. Monitor lifecycle offers a an easy-to-understand graphs and in tables that can be sorted and filtered, allowing you to quickly visualize the state of your network, spot trends developing over time, and find important details. Monitor lifecycle divides monitoring activity into the following categories: Traffic Monitoring:Traffic view provides information for analyzing traffic on switches and wireless LAN. It provides an overview of the traffic on each device, such as proportion of multicast, unicast, broadcast traffic or the trend in packet errors. Tasks provide detailed looks at traffic on individual ports or VLANs, port utilization, and so on. Client MonitoringThe Client view provides information about clients and sessions on the network such as mobile devices, VoIP phones, laptops, printers, security cameras. It provides overall client session activity: total number ofsessions, sessions consuming the most bandwidth, and trends in the number of sessions. In addition detailed information about each client, such as MAC address, IP address, user name (802.1X clients), client VLAN, and port or access point the client is connected to.  Wireless (RF) MonitoringThe RF view provides information about radio frequency (RF) performance, such as throughput, retransmissions, packet errors, signal-to-noise ratio, and interference sources. It provides visibility to radio’s neighbors and to display spectrograms for troubleshooting interference. Equipment MonitoringThe Equipment view provides resource usage and status information for the devices. It provides CPU and memory use, power supply and fan status, port status, and general device information for switches including Virtual Chassis and wireless LAN controllers, access points and radios. Monitoring mode highlights:• Monitoring and Alarms Network elements• Roll up of alerts & network traffic by infrastructure (port, device, network) and location• Device, cluster and VC status & availability• Watch lists on events that occurred with overlay of service outage information• Up to 1 year of trended dataUser centric• User statistics & session status• Device profiling• Present location & roaming history• Session related alarms - authentication and authorization failures, • Threshold crossing, invalid IP address etc.Security• WIDS/WIPS alarmsServices • Guest, voice• View of current service outages (network access service)RFViews• RF parameters (SNR, Utilization etc.)• Spectrum management____________________________________________________________________________The Fault mode provides visibility into unexpected network events and manages network faults or exceptions, which are presented as alarms in Network Director. Network Director collect, analyzes and correlating these low-level events into alarms and allows the user to view monitors that display current active alarms and summaries of alarms categorized in addition to viewing alarm details, including the individual events that are correlated to an alarm. Fault mode highlights:• Processing alarms by severity, category, and state• Status, performance, threshold• De-duplication, correlation with monitoring• Thresholds, outages and trends • Receive SNMP traps directly from devices • Generate and display events and alarms• Acknowledge, escalate, and clear alarms• Detect device faults based on data collected from devices____________________________________________________________________________Report mode enables administrators to run reports on the data that Network Director collects and stores on the server. Network Director can set up report definition that specifies the format of the report (HTML, PDF, CSV), the historical time frame the report covers, and the report content. You can choose between predefined report content for reporting on alarms, Network Directory activity, device inventory, sessions, traffic and RF information. The scope selected can be a device, a location or a group of devices. Reports can be scheduled, allowing the report to run at a specified time in the future or on a recurring basis. Generated reports are stored on Network Director, where they are available for downloading. You can also choose to have them delivered through e-mail or to archive them to a SCP file server when you create the report definition. 
  • Juniper

    1. 1. Juniper Networks
    2. 2. Company profile • Founded: February 1996 NYSE: JNPR CEO: Kevin Johnson Founder and CTO: Pradeep Sindhu Headquarters: Sunnyvale, California Employees: 9,600+ employees and 123 offices in 47 countries – Office in Zaventem. • Mission: Connect everything. Empower everyone. – We believe the network is the single greatest vehicle for knowledge, understanding, and human advancement that the world has ever known
    3. 3. Juniper – facts ❶ Juniper powers 60% of all the world’s internet transactions All top 130 Service Providers run on Juniper Networks 6 of 7 Global Stock Exchanges run on Juniper – trading over 10 billion shares a day ❷ ❸ ❹ ❺ ❻ $4,2B Cash and investments 9,150 Dedicated employees $990M* Annual R&D engine NL Headquarter EMEA • Support • Training • Poc Lab Marketleader: • HE Firewall • Remote Access We protect 80% of all smart devices in North America
    4. 4. Product Introduction - Juniper Networks = Innovatie 20062002 20041998 2007 20081999 20051996 2010 2011 20122009 M Series T Series Acorn IC Series FORTUNE 1 THOUSAND #789 SSG Series T1600 SRX Series EX Series MX 3D “Falcon” for Mobility ACX MX Series PTX QFabric $1.3B $2B $2.8B$2.3B $3.5B $3.3B $4.1B $4.5B 4800Employees 1500 Revenue 2500 3500 5300 7000 7200 8800 9000 Incorporated
    5. 5. The way we do business has changed Holistic approach to enterprise mobility and BYOD access Switching Wireless Security Routing BYOD, Explosion of Apps Mobile Rich Media OTT Apps
    6. 6. EX-switches Ex series Virtual Chassis Platforms EX3300  24/48 10/100/ 1000BASE-T  PoE/PoE+  Data center air flow  6 member Virtual Chassis  Fixed power supply and fans  MacSec  External RPS option  4 port SFP/SFP+ uplinks EX4200  28/48 port wirespeed 10/100/1000BASE-T  PoE/PoE+  Data center air flow  Field replaceable power and cooling  4 port GbE SFP uplink  2 port 10GbE XFP uplink  10-member Virtual Chassis with 128 Gbps backplane EX4550 EX4500  40 10GbE fiber ports  Data center air flow  Redundant power and cooling  Small form factor  10-member Virtual Chassis with 128 Gbps backplane  Line rate EX8200  8/16 slot modular chassis with various line card options  4-member Virtual Chassis with XRE200  320 Gbps per slot  Fully redundant Routing Engines  1.92 Bpps  MPLS, IPv6 EX2200 EX2200-C  12/24/48-Port, Fanless Access Switch  POE+ Model Option  2/4 dual purpose SFP uplinks  L2 and Basic L3 Features  L2, IPv4/v6 static, RIP (in base)  OSPF, PIM (Enhanced License) Seamless 1GbE/10GbE Migration
    7. 7. EX-Switches new platforms – 1H2013 Core EX9200  4/8/14 slot modular chassis with various line card options  2-member Virtual Chassis*  Programmable  Fully redundant hardware components  High logical scale  13.2 Tbps backplane  MPLS, IPv6, 100GE EX4300  28/48 port wirespeed 10/100/1000BASE-T  PoE/PoE+  Data center air flow  Energy efficient  Field replaceable power and cooling  4*40GE QSFP uplink  4*10GbE SFP+ uplink  10-member Virtual Chassis with 320 Gbps backplane Access
    8. 8. Juniper WLA Series Access Point Family Entry level 802.11n Indoor 11n Outdoor 11n 2x2 MIMO Single Radio Entry-level AP WLA321-WW 2x2 MIMO Dual Radio All-Purpose AP WLA322-WW 2x2 MIMO Dual Radio High Density WLA522(E)-WW WLA Series Highlights  Highest performance APs in the industry  Most cost effective APs in the industry  Full featured Intelligent switching  Spectrum analysis across the portfolio  Bridging and mesh 3 x3 MIMO 3 stream Dual Radio Max. Performance WLA532(E)- WW Functionality 3x3 MIMO Dual Radio All Weather WLA632-WW 11ac 3x3 MIMO Dual Radio Gigabit Performance WLA-AC 802.11AC 1H-2014
    9. 9. Juniper WLC Series controller family 4 12 16 32 128 192 256 51264 4 AP WLC2 WLC8 12 AP 16 - 128 11n AP WLC800 16 - 256 11n AP WLC880 64 - 512 11n AP WLC2800 WLC Series Highlights  Simplest solution in the Industry  Highest reliability in the industry  Only vendor with in-service upgrades  Full featured distributed deployment BranchCampusEnterprise WLC100 New JunosV WLC New 16 - 128 11n AP 16 - 128 11n AP 4-32 11n AP
    10. 10. Junos Space / Network Director and Security Director Plan & Consult Design & Test Implement Operate Optimize Full life cycle management Visualize & Monitor 3 Plan & Build 1 Configure & Deploy2 Troubleshoot 4 Report 5
    11. 11. USP - Virtual Chassis/Cluster EX4200-VC WLC2 AP1 Laptop SW1 (Master) SW2 (Backup) iPad WLC1 WLC-Cluster SW3 (Linecard) SRX
    12. 12. USP Juniper WLAN 3 Industry Bests  Highest Performance AP  Lowest Power Consumption AP  Smallest Form Factor AP Mandate this technology in RFP  450Mbps data rate (3x3, 3 spatial stream)
    13. 13. USP – High density WLAN testing Facility 1000 seat auditorium in Sunnyvale, CA Clean RF environment Configured for 300 seats in theatre arrangement Client Devices 300 real devices Mix of iDevices, PCs, Macs, Android, tablets and smartphones Traffic generation tool installed on each device Network 6 WLA532 3x3 3-stream 11n APs 2 WLC880 controllers EX Virtual Chassis SRX Cluster
    14. 14. USP – MS-LYNC support Juniper infrastructure provides a reliable, secure, high-performance network for Microsoft Lync – Juniper is the First and Only Microsoft Lync Qualified solution for both wired and wireless networking equipment – Enterprise UC&C apps work as promised over a Juniper network – Microsoft Lync and Office 365 integration gives your employees the ability to collaborate anytime, anywhere – Read the Solution Brief
    15. 15. USP’s Wired-less Why Juniper WLAN? Industry wide: • Best Failover Rate (< 50 ms) • Best Performing AP •Easy L2 overlay • Virtual controller, easy step-in • Virtual Cluster • Lowest TCO: –ISSU –Mix n Match –One OS Now: • Over 1M+ AP’s installed • Healthcare (>30% of all Hospitals Netherlands) • Education Benefits of a Modular Chassis  High availability – Redundant RE – Redundant switch fabric – Redundant power/cooling  Easy to manage – Single image – Single configuration file – One management IP address  Performance and scale – Modular configuration Additionally, Virtual Chassis offers:  Physical placement flexibility  Pay-as-you-grow expansion  Lower power consumption  Decreased heat generation  Less consumed space Why Juniper LAN?
    16. 16. USP – SRX Deep security knowledge SRX Series Physical Hypervisor vGW Series VM VM VM VM vGW Virtual Gateway vSRX Deep security knowledge Security Design Security Threat Response ManagerSTRM Services Virtual Firewall IPS DoS Prevention AppSecure DoS
    17. 17. USP – Coordinated security
    18. 18. Target markets Juniper WLAN • Range from small to big size customer – One design fits all • Specialized in : – End to End networking – Simplyfied high-availability – User/device aware security
    19. 19. Future ready Security Routing Switching WirelessPerformance at scale Coordinated security Highly Resilient