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Présentation Matinée SD-WAN Waycom & Citrix

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Présentation de la technologie SD-WAN :
Pourquoi les entreprises s'y intéressent-elles ?
Quels sont les avantages pour les DSI ?

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Présentation Matinée SD-WAN Waycom & Citrix

  1. 1. 11 Le futur du MPLS Matinée SD-WAN @Waycom_FR @Citrix
  2. 2. 2 PROGRAMME § Présentation du groupe Waycom § Les enjeux du SD-WAN : Pourquoi les entreprises s’y intéressent-elles? § Présentation de la gamme SD-WAN Multi Opérateurs Waycom § Présentation Citrix NetScaler § Hybrid Cloud & NetScaler SD-WAN § Comment déployer la solution SD-WAN ? § Cas client VLFI : mise en place de la technologie SD-WAN § Démonstration Citrix NetScaler § Questions/réponses
  3. 3. 3 3 LES 5 TENDANCES IT 2018 SELON IDC Les communications unifiées Des communications unifiées résolument tournées vers la mobilité SD-WAN, une alternative ou une complémentarité aux liens MPLS ? Pour une entreprise multi-sites, le réseau MPLS (Multiprotocol label switching) en place depuis plus de 15 ans n’est plus forcément adapté à ses besoins. lien Cloud hybride : la voie de la raison Sécurité : Cap sur les outils d'analyses comportementales Cap sur la 5G La 5G ne verra pas commercialement le jour avant 2020-2025, sa standardisation définitive n’est d’ailleurs pas encore à l’ordre du jour... 1 2 3 4 5
  4. 4. 4 4 EXEMPLE
  5. 5. 5 5 LE MARCHÉ DU SD-WAN 225Millions $ en 2015 è 1,19Milliards $ d’ici la fin d’année 2018 Les ventes devraient croître à un taux annuel de 69% au cours des 5 prochaines années (estimation IDC)
  6. 6. 66 Présenté par Christophe Andrieu – Responsable des Ventes Aquitaine Waycom Présentation Waycom
  7. 7. 7 Waycom, notre histoire 2000 2004 2006 2007 2011 2015 2016 2017 2018 Création de l’infogéreur Waycom Waycom devient Hébergeur et Opérateur Télécom Lancement de l’offre retail Lancement de Cvirtuel Industrialisation de l’outil de production Fusion avec Ivolea intégrateur voix- données Ouverture du réseau à l’international Offre globale d’externalisation du SI en data center Ouverture de l’agence de Bordeaux Offre Téléphonie Mobile Offre SD-WAN Multi Opérateurs
  8. 8. 8 Waycom, un réseau International AMÉRIQUE DU NORD CHINE AMÉRIQUE DU SUD New-York Hong Kong MADRID PORTO BARCELONA TOULOUSE MARSEILLE ROMA MILANOLYON ORLEANSNANTES LORIENT RENNES ROUEN GENEVE NANCY FRANKFURT LILLE LONDON HAMBURG ILE-DE- FRANCE BORDEAUX LUXEMBOUR G LIMOUSIN BELGIQUE à Siège basé à Suresnes à Agences Bordeaux, Périgueux, Limoges, Benelux à Centre de service et logistique national à Une présence internationale EUROPE
  9. 9. 9 Waycom, en quelques chiffres… 22M€ de CA En 2017 30 partenaires 1500 Références clients 5 500 Serveurs 5 000 Liens télécoms 120 Réseaux MPLS Côté commerce Côté Technique 110 Collaborateurs
  10. 10. 10 10 WAYCOM EN 2 MINUTES !
  11. 11. 11 Waycom, en trois mots Déploiement Exploitation Une gamme de services pour vous accompagner sur vos projets IT Conseil
  12. 12. 1212 Présenté par Sylvain Journet – Sales Specialist Networking Citrix Les enjeux du SD-WAN
  13. 13. 13 IT evolution MPLSFrame RelayX25 Hybrid ? SD-WAN
  14. 14. 14 Challenges with the Enterprise network And often lacks the reliability that enterprises need The WAN is the Most Expensive Part of the Enterprise Network 6% 21% 65% 7% 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% Campus/User Edge Data Center WAN Network Security Which portion of your infrastructure is the most expensive? Gartner Data Center Conference Dec 2015: Top 10 Ways to reduce Network/Telecom Budget presentation Access type Typical availability Downtime per month per circuit Consumer-grade DSL 98% 15 Hours Business DSL 99.0% 7 Hours Metro Ethernet 99.5% 4 Hours MPLS Leased Line 99.9% 1 Hour Source: Gartner (July 2013)
  15. 15. 15 Bandwidth demand is increasing Source: Cisco Visual Networking Index: Forecast and Methodology, 2013 - 2018 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 PB/Month 17 774 20 898 23 738 26 361 29305 0 5 000 10 000 15 000 20 000 25 000 30 000 35 000 Corporate WAN Traffic Digital information Heavy web applications Guest & personal Wi-Fi Video-based content OS & application updates Corporate WAN traffic to grow at 15% per year through 2018
  16. 16. 16 MPLS not designed for Internet traffic Data centerBranch Internet traffic on some enterprises’ MPLS networks State of the WAN Report Ashton Metzler & Associates, 2017 Up to 50% MPLS
  17. 17. 17 “Existing internet connectivity to Office 365 will not be ‘good enough’ for most Office 365 usage scenarios” Gartner Network Design Best Practices for Office 365, August 2016
  18. 18. 18 “Customers deploying VDI and DaaS should consider deploying SD-WAN to increase useful capacity and resilience.” Gartner VDI and DaaS Demand That Enterprise Architects Rethink Their Network Architecture, 2016 Gartner: VDI and DaaS Demand the Enterprise Architects Rethink Their Network Architectures
  19. 19. 19 RIP WAN Optimization Real-time applications • WAN Optimization goal is to reduce data transit by: • Compression • Caching (AKA de-duplication) Encrypted applications Poor compression No caching No compression No caching Compression Caching (when having certificates) Remaining use case File server Mail server In the data center
  20. 20. 20 SD-WAN growth is predicted to be rapid By the end of 2019, 30% of enterprises will use SD-WAN products in all their branches, up from less than 1% today. - Gartner “ The disruptions caused by the transformation to digital business models are driving adoption of SD-WAN at a pace that is unheard of in wide-area networking.” - Gartner Forecast SD-WAN and Its Impact on Traditional Router and MPLS Services Revenue, Worldwide, 2016-2020
  21. 21. 21 Main reasons to re invent WAN Performance Increasing bandwidth demand MPLS upgrades are costly Continuity Applications require always-on connection Topology Applications moving to the Cloud MPLS not designed for it Savings Adherence to a unique ISP MPLS costs are still high Agility & Flexibility Business requires to act quick Provisioning counts in weeks/months Visibility How my network is used? Is my ISP respects SLAs?
  22. 22. 22 How SD-WAN re invents WAN Performance Increasing bandwidth demand MPLS upgrades are costly Continuity Applications require always-on connection Topology Applications moving to the Cloud MPLS not designed for it Savings Adherence to a unique ISP MPLS costs are still high Agility & Flexibility Business requires to act quick Provisioning counts in weeks/months Visibility How my network is used? Is my ISP respects SLAs? Performance Full aggregation of multiple links MPLS / Internet / 4G Continuity Quick problem detection & failover Application aware QoS Topology Internet breakout from the branch without compromising security Savings Strong OPEX reduction ISP links at the best price/quality Agility & Flexibility Ability to deploy a new site instantly Application priority Visibility See how your network is used Monitor ISP links performances
  23. 23. 2323 Présenté par Arnaud Porterie – Avant-vente Waycom Solution SD-WAN by Waycom
  24. 24. 24 24 SD-WAN WAYCOM - FONCTIONALITES WAN : Multi-Wan (MPLS, Internet, Hybride) Multi-Support (FO, Ftth, CN2, XDsl, 4G, …) Multi-Partenaire (FO Waycom, DSP, …) SD-WAN : VISIBILITE RESILIENCE (Liens & Appliances) EFFICACITE APPLICATIVE (Qos, choix du lien le plus adapté) SECURITE (Firewall intégré) EVOLUTIVITE (Ajout de capacité, Déploiement & Orchestration) Gouvernance unique : Conseil Déploiement Infogérance 1 2 3
  25. 25. 25 25 SD-WAN WAYCOM - ARCHITECTURE
  26. 26. 26 Le service Waycom
  27. 27. 27 27 SD-WAN WAYCOM – LA GAMME
  28. 28. 2828 Présenté par Sylvain Chareyre – Avant-vente Citrix Présentation NetScaler Citrix
  29. 29. 29 NetScaler SD-WAN Secure, cost-effective, and reliable app and media delivery to the branch Always on Branch Reduce Cost by up to 5X Better User Experience Centralize Control and Management Simplify Branch Network
  30. 30. 30
  31. 31. 31 NetScaler Product Portfolio NetScaler ADC NetScaler GatewayNetScaler SD-WAN Single link QoS Application optimization Application visibility WANOP Edition (WO) Multi Link aggregation WAN path resiliency Application optimization Path/Application visibility Hardware consolidation Enterprise Edition (EE) Multi Link aggregation WAN path resiliency WAN path visibility Hardware consolidation Standard Edition (SE)
  32. 32. 32 Evolving to an App-Centric WAN Edge
  33. 33. 33 Application Awareness with NetScaler SD-WAN 4,000+ applications, grouped into categories
  34. 34. 34 Ensure application reliability and quality via path measurement, selection, and security Reduce bandwidth requirements and create more responsive applications Securely forward application traffic from branch locations across the WAN and to the Internet Secure the branch perimeter while controlling application delivery across the WAN and to the Internet NetScaler SD-WAN: A Comprehensive WAN Edge Platform Centralized Management & Visibility
  35. 35. 35 Ensure application reliability and quality via path measurement, selection, and security Reduce bandwidth requirements and create more responsive applications Securely forward application traffic from branch locations across the WAN and to the Internet Secure the branch perimeter while controlling application delivery across the WAN and to the Internet NetScaler SD-WAN: A Comprehensive WAN Edge Platform Centralized Management & Visibility
  36. 36. 36 WAN Virtualization for Reliability, Efficiency, and Usability • XenApp • Email • File Shares Internet Access / Back up … MPLS Without WAN Virtualization … MPLS Virtualized WAN XenApp Email File Shares Internet Access With WAN Virtualization
  37. 37. 37 NetScaler SD-WAN: Creates an aggregated tunnel Data Center or Cloud SD-WAN - SESD-WAN - SE Remote Virtual Path created from diverse WAN links MPLS EF Queue MPLS Default Queue Internet 4G/LTE Satellite • SD-WAN provides reliable connectivity between Data Centers, Branch Offices, and Clouds. • Aggregated tunnels can be built statically or dynamically established between sites.
  38. 38. 38 NetScaler SD-WAN: Each path measured unidirectionally Data Center or Cloud SD-WAN - SESD-WAN - SE Remote MPLS EF Queue MPLS Default Queue Internet 4G/LTE Satellite • Latency, loss, jitter, congestion and availability are monitored for each path and in each direction. • Real traffic is used for the measurement, not probe data. • The quality of every potential path is assessed with every packet, in each direction (download and upload) latency loss jitter cong. latency loss jitter cong. latency loss jitter cong. latency loss jitter cong. latency loss jitter cong.latency loss jitter cong. latency loss jitter cong. latency loss jitter cong. latency loss jitter cong. latency loss jitter cong.
  39. 39. 39 NetScaler SD-WAN: Detect and fail over with no impact Data Center or Cloud SD-WAN - SESD-WAN - SE Remote MPLS EF Queue MPLS Default Queue Internet 4G/LTE Satellite • Detect degraded links, blackouts or brownouts, and quickly adapt traffic • Undetected to the end user • Data immediately fails over if condition changes are detected on any WAN path latency loss jitter cong. latency loss jitter cong.
  40. 40. 40 NetScaler SD-WAN: Use multiple links for one session Data Center or Cloud SD-WAN - SESD-WAN - SE Remote MPLS EF Queue MPLS Default Queue Internet 4G/LTE Satellite • Bonding links can result in a file transfers that take half the time, mitigating the impact of latency • Single sessions can be delivered across multiple different WAN paths Spill over traffic
  41. 41. 41 NetScaler SD-WAN: Optionally duplicate VoIP traffic Data Center or Cloud SD-WAN - SESD-WAN - SE Remote MPLS EF Queue MPLS Default Queue Internet 4G/LTE Satellite • The packet duplication feature, designed for VoIP and HDX Thin Wire, will always take two fastest path and eliminates packet loss, resulting in an optimum user experience • Packet duplication ensures no loss of critical data for ultimate in consistent user experience Packet duplication
  42. 42. 42 NetScaler SD-WAN: Use 4G/LTE as a link of last resort Data Center or Cloud SD-WAN - SESD-WAN - SE Remote MPLS EF Queue MPLS Default Queue Internet 4G/LTE Satellite • Metered Links capability limits the usage of high cost per usage link • Link of Last Resort saves the link for must use scenarios • Ensure reliable application delivery, even under the most extreme circumstances Save your high cost links for must use circumstances https://docs.citrix.com/en-us/netscaler-sd-wan/9-1/standby-wan-links.html
  43. 43. 43 End-to-End QoS
  44. 44. 44 Single-Ended QoS Has Pitfalls • COS configuration is fairly static • No proactive or reactive actions taken to prevent quality degradation • Lack of last-mile awareness (destination is a choke point, wasted potential utilization) WAN 10Mbps Received 10Mbps 10Mbps 0Mbps 0Mbps 0Mbps Received
  45. 45. 45 End-to-End QoS Ensures Delivery and Efficiency • COS configuration configured globally from a single source, highly customizable • Proactively prevent loss with duplication, react to network conditions with retransmission and/or redirection • Last-mile awareness prevents oversubscription and wasted utilization WAN 10Mbps Received 5Mbps 5Mbps 2.5Mbps 2.5Mbps 5Mbps Received
  46. 46. 46 Ensure application reliability and quality via path measurement, selection, and security Reduce bandwidth requirements and create more responsive applications Securely forward application traffic from branch locations across the WAN and to the Internet Secure the branch perimeter while controlling application delivery across the WAN and to the Internet NetScaler SD-WAN: A Comprehensive WAN Edge Platform Centralized Management & Visibility
  47. 47. 47 NetScaler SD-WAN: Dynamic Routing OSPF, iBGP, eBGP support Firewall Internet MPLS Firewall Router Core Data Center Remote Core Router SD-WAN - SE SD-WAN - SE Router Replacement OSPF/BGP OSPF/BGP OSPF/BGP Firewall Replacement Simplified Branch Infrastructure http://docs.citrix.com/en-us/netscaler-sd-wan/9-1/dynamic-routing.html
  48. 48. 48 Branch DC WAN SD-WAN SD-WAN OVERLAY or WAN EDGE MODE Route Domains/Network Isolation • A Domain is a top level network entity • Across Domains, application policies, rules, routes and routing tables are completely independent Network-wide Domains provide complete network isolation. Benefits • Support for traffic isolation across the Virtual WAN deployment • Simplified management–Build per domain policies without concern for interference • SCADA traffic vs. Employee Network • Enterprise traffic (backhaul) vs. Guest Wi-Fi (local) Domain 1 Domain 2 Example Use Cases
  49. 49. 49 Ensure application reliability and quality via path measurement, selection, and security Reduce bandwidth requirements and create more responsive applications Securely forward application traffic from branch locations across the WAN and to the Internet Secure the branch perimeter while controlling application delivery across the WAN and to the Internet NetScaler SD-WAN: A Comprehensive WAN Edge Platform Centralized Management & Visibility
  50. 50. 50 Stateful Firewall WAN Client Internet • Device consolidation and simplicity of deployment • Secure Direct Internet Access to branches • Support for Dynamic and Static NAT • Application centric Firewall rules ALLOW REJECT COUNT & LOG DROP
  51. 51. 51 Example GUI for Firewall
  52. 52. 52
  53. 53. 53 NetScaler SD-WAN: Internet Traffic Backhaul Firewall Internet MPLS Firewall Router Core Data Center Remote Core Router SD-WAN - SE SD-WAN - SE
  54. 54. 54 NetScaler SD-WAN: Direct Internet Breakout at Branch Firewall Internet MPLS Router Core Data Center Remote Core Router SD-WAN - SE SD-WAN - SE Secure Web Gateway Firewall Replacement Integrated Firewall or utilize third party Secure Web Gateway http://docs.citrix.com/en-us/netscaler-sd-wan/9-1/zscaler-interoperability-using-gre.html ZScaler, Websense, McAfee
  55. 55. 55 Ensure application reliability and quality via path measurement, selection, and security Reduce bandwidth requirements and create more responsive applications Securely forward application traffic from branch locations across the WAN and to the Internet Secure the branch perimeter while controlling application delivery across the WAN and to the Internet NetScaler SD-WAN: A Comprehensive WAN Edge Platform Centralized Management & Visibility
  56. 56. 56 NetScaler SD-WAN Protocol Acceleration • Several application protocols were designed for LAN environments and do not work well over the WAN o Example: MAPI, CIFS, NFS and FTP • NetScaler SD-WAN is application aware and can accelerate these applications o Collects packets and reconstructs payload o Local device identifies application/client request and mimics server response o Remote device communicates with server and mimics client response • SCPS protocol acceleration capabilities for satellite communications
  57. 57. 57 Ensure application reliability and quality via path measurement, selection, and security Reduce bandwidth requirements and create more responsive applications Securely forward application traffic from branch locations across the WAN and to the Internet Secure the branch perimeter while controlling application delivery across the WAN and to the Internet NetScaler SD-WAN: A Comprehensive WAN Edge Platform Centralized Management & Visibility
  58. 58. 58 Datacenter Cloud/SaaS NetScaler SD-WAN Center Branch Branch MPLS INTERNET 4G/LTE SATELLITE SD-WAN Center • Single pane of glass for branch, datacenter and cloud • Deployed on-premise • Firewall, Virtual WAN, Routing and WAN Optimization all configured from same interface • Policies are defined centrally and pushed to all appliances • No branch or device config or login required
  59. 59. 59 Secure Edge Routing Application Optimization Management & Visibility End-to-End QoS Intelligent Path Selection Stateful Firewall Application Awareness Application Intelligence Forms the Core of the Product
  60. 60. 60 Delivering HDX: User Experience and Visibility
  61. 61. 61 1. Offload of compression from XD/XA server • Reduces load on XD server/client • Plus benefits of cross-session compression 2. Identifies and parses HDX traffic: • Thin-wire data (e.g. mouse movements, keyboard) • Multimedia (e.g. video and audio content) • Bulk operations (e.g. print / file downloads) • Client management (e.g. auto-updates) 3. HDX aware pattern matching: • Nano- / memory- / disk-based compression 4. Prioritizes HDX channels / facilitates IP layer QoS • Supports both single-stream or multi-stream NetScaler SD-WAN is HDX aware TCPICA ScreenUpdates LocalTextEcho SessionControl Video Printing DriveMapping Audio Higher Priority Lower Priority
  62. 62. 62 Multi-Stream HDX with Enterprise Edition Data Center Client Host HDX Insight NetScaler SD-WAN Thinwire Print Branch Office NetScaler SD-WAN MPLS INTERNET Clipboard File Transfer Mobile sensors Clipboard HDX Printing Smartcard Audio Graphics Media Multi-Stream ICA with virtual channel steering
  63. 63. 63 Extended Visibility with HDX Insight R
  64. 64. Hybrid Cloud & NetScaler SD-WAN
  65. 65. 65 Secure and reliable delivery from Cloud Direct to Branch NetScaler SD-WAN Makes Hybrid Cloud Easy High performance delivery from multiple clouds & SaaS 9.2 New 1G Capacity Connect upto 256 branches NetScaler SD-WAN HW 4G Capacity Connect upto 550 branches Virtual Virtual
  66. 66. 66 Azure Release for Standard Edition Internet Internet Virtualized Wide Area Network SD-WAN Primary Data Center SD-WAN SD-WAN Center Mgmt. Branch SD-WAN SE Front End Subnet Backend Subnet Virtual Network Azure Region NSGNSG SDWAN WAN1NIC-1 172.16.4.4/2 4 SD-WAN deployed in Edge/Gateway Mode SD-WAN deployed in Inline (or PBR) Mode SD-WAN deployed in Inline (or PBR) Mode WAN1 (172.16.4.0/24) LAN3 (172.16.3.0/24 ) SDWAN LAN3NIC-1 172.16.3.4/2 4 LAN2 (172.16.1.0/24 ) Client LAN2NIC-1 172.16.1.4/2 4Mgt2NIC-2 172.16.0.5/2 4 Mgt2NIC-2 172.16.0.4/2 4 Default (172.16.0.0/24 )
  67. 67. How to deploy ?? Firewall Internet SD-WAN Center MPLS MPLS
  68. 68. 68 Zero Touch Deployment Data Center v MPLS Firewall Internet FirewallFirewall SD-WAN 410-100-SE SD-WAN 5100-2000-SE SD-WAN 410-100-SE NetScaler SD-WAN Center Admin Admin Branch A Branch B Zero Touch Deployment Service Branch C
  69. 69. 69
  70. 70. 70 Platforms
  71. 71. 71 Standard Edition platforms 4100 SE/WO 5100 SE/WO Data center VIRTUAL / CLOUD 20 Mbps to 10 Gbps 2 Gbps to 12 Gbps VPX High capacity VPX on-prem and in the cloud Small / Medium DC 2100 SE/WO/EE 400 Mbps to 3 Gbps 410 SE 1100 SE/WO/EE 200 Mbps to 1 Gbps SE 40 Mbps to 300 Mbps 210 SE Retail / Micro Branch 40 Mbps to 100 Mbps Cost optimized platform with integrated LTE Large Branch Small / Medium Branch Flexible branch platform
  72. 72. Cas client SD-WAN by Waycom
  73. 73. 73 Cas client Le besoin du client - Adopter de nouveaux usages sur les sites distants (Skype365, LifeSize) + applications métiers (frustration des utilisateurs qui ne peuvent utiliser convenablement ces services) - Améliorer la disponibilité, les coûts et la qualité du WAN - Améliorer la connectivité entre les sites distants et le CLOUD POC - Mise en place d’un POC, livraison des appliances en 3 jours et intégration en ½ journée sur les deux sites pilotes - Instantanément les utilisateurs ont pu constater les améliorations sur l’ensemble des apps Réponses WAYCOM / CITRIX - Deux liaisons sur chaque site - Solution SD-WAN sur chaque site permettant d’aggréger les liaisons et de choisir à la volée le meilleur chemin par application - QoS de bout en bout - Visibilité sur les flux applicatifs, monitoring avancé du WAN, gain en réactivité Le projet - 12 sites au niveau national - 2 sites en DC - 2 infra Cloud (AWS) VFLI : filiale du groupe SNCF 900 collaborateurs 146,5M€ de CA en 2016
  74. 74. 7474 MERCI ! @Waycom_FR @Citrix

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