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Technology Innovation That Matters

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Juniper Day 2016
Praha, 25.5.2016
Uwe Richter, Juniper Networks

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Technology Innovation That Matters

  1. 1. Uwe  Richter Director  Systems  Engineering–Turkey   /  Israel  /Swiss  /  Austria  /    CEE  /   uwe@juniper.net TECHNOLOGY  INNOVATION  THAT   MATTERS  – Praha  25th May  2016
  2. 2. NETWORKS  ARE  COMMODITIES   WATER  PLUMBING   1991 WATER  PLUMBING   2016
  3. 3. OH,  REALLY ?    HANG  ON  …. NETWORK   PLUMBING   1991 100Mbps   SUN  Sbus FDDI  interface NETWORK   PLUMBING   2016 100Gbps   Juniper PTX  Core router   interface 1000  times capacity increase in  only 25  years Networking  ==  Continuous innovation
  4. 4. QUESTION   If demand for water would have followed the demand for Internet bandwidth in the past 25 years… What would be the diameter of of a water plumbing pipe today ? 1991  – 0,002  petabyte/month 1991  -­ Diameter  of  water  pipe  2,54  cm
  5. 5. WHAT  DOES  THIS  MEAN  FOR  VENDORS  ? 2011 40nm 4  chips 15W/10GE 7.3Bn   Transistors 3.4Tbps   IO DDR3   SDRAM 2009 65nm 4  chips 26W/10GE 1.2Bn   Transistors 604Gbps   IO RLDRAM/DDR3   SDRAM 2015 28nm 2  chips 7W/10GE 12Bn   Transistors 6.8Tbps   IO HMC   SDRAM 2017 16nm 1  chip 3.5W/10GE 20Bn   Transistors 13Tbps   IO HMC   SDRAM
  6. 6. Megatrend #1 EVERYTHING  SHIFTING TO  THE  CLOUD
  7. 7. AS  WE  SPEAK…… DISRUPTION  AT  WORK…
  8. 8. WHAT  DO  SOME  OF  THE  CLOUD  DISRUPTORS  HAVE   IN  COMMON  ? DEMAND 1.000.000’s of  consumers   and  customers SUPPLY 1.000.000’s of  suppliers Connect  Demand  and  Supply In  Cloud  time Fast,  Simple,  Efficient  and  Effective
  9. 9. MODERN  NETWORKS SUPER  HIGH  WAYS  CONNECTINGSUPPLY  AND  DEMAND IN  “CLOUD  TIME” REQUIRES  CONTINUOUS   INNOVATION  TO  KEEP  UP  WITH  BANDWIDTH   EXPLOSION,   BIG  DATA,  VIDEO  CONTENT,  MORE  SUBSCRIBERS,   IOT 2011 2016 5.3ZB 22ZB 2.1B 3.3B 5B 14B 2011
  10. 10. Megatrend #2 SECURITY
  11. 11. SECURITY  HAS  DIFFERENT  ASPECTS Beograd  Hotel June  2015 300  USB  Sticks University  Illinois May  2015 Central  Bank Bangladesh Jan  2016
  12. 12. SOFTWARE-­DEFINED  SECURE  NETWORKS Today’s  layered  security  model  (based  on  perimeter  security)  is  not   enough  to  protect  against  new  sophisticated  threats  and  the  increasing   surface  area  of  possible  attacks. SDSN  is  the  future  of  network  security  by  embracing  SDN  by     leveraging  the  cloud  to  solve  current  network  security  issues  more   effectively.     SDSN  evolves  the  old  guard  security  mindset  around  policy,  detection,   and  enforcement. The  main  components  include: 1. Leveraging  the  network  as  points  of  threat  detection and   enforcement.   2. Leveraging  the  economy  of  cloud  to  share  threat  intelligence  at   scale to  accelerate  and  adapt  detection. 3. Implementing  a  centralized  controller/policy  engine  to  dynamically   adapt  policy that  stays  ahead  of  constantly  evolving  threats  and   attacks. The  Software  Defined   Secure   Networks
  13. 13. Megatrend #3 AUTOMATION
  14. 14. QUO  VADIS  – COMMUNICATIONS  ?
  15. 15. SO,  WHAT  IS  A  “THING”  ?
  16. 16. • So,  what  is  a  “thing  “  ? How  do  you  secure   devices  like  these? How  do  you  know  if  they  are  on  your  network? What  operating   system   do  they  run?
  17. 17. AUTOMATION AND  ORCHESTRATION  :   THE  ASSEMBLY  LINE  IN  NETWORKS  AND  DATACENTERS Virtualization Automation Orchestration Virtualize  what  you  can  virtualize Replicate,  scale  up  and  down  in   Cloud  time Automate  repetitive  and  time   consuming  tasks Speed  up  deployment, test  and  validation,  ZTP Analytics Orchestrate  tasks  and  workflows Orchestrate  compute,  storage,   Workloads,  Network  and  Security Functions  in  cloud  time High  Performance   network  underlay,   Open,  Scalable,   Performance,   Secure   by  design And  collaborative   for  automation   and  virtualization  
  18. 18. 18 CONCLUSION • Continuous  Innovation  sets  the  stage  for  new  ideas  we  can’t  even  think   of  today.     • Security  all  over  – new  concepts  are  required. • Doing  things  in  Cloud  time  means  Virtualization,  Automation  and   Orchestration.   • Massive  scale  is  key  for  the  internet  of  things.  No  way  without   Automation  ! • Embrace  -­ don’t  Resist.  Old  wine  in  new  pipes  isn’t  good.
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