PerformanceManagement for YourVirtualized Data CenterDORMAIN DREWITZ, RIVERBED TECHNOLOGYMARCH 21, 2013@DORMAINDREWITZ    ...
AGENDA•The vision•The challenge•The solution•The future                                                                   ...
ARE WE THERE YET?                                                                                                  2©2013 ...
STAGES OF DATA CENTER TRANSFORMATIONBusiness Value   Better                                                               ...
LITTLE, GREEN GUYS…            How your server              administrator               feels about             virtualizi...
LITTLE, GREEN GUYS…                  How your                   network                administrator                 feels...
A BRAVE NEW WORLD…                                                                                                        ...
VIRTUAL INFRASTRUCTURE – REAL BLIND SPOTS                                                                                 ...
VIRTUAL INFRASTRUCTURE – REAL BLIND SPOTS                                                                                 ...
VDI– VMWARE VIEW (PCOIP), CITRIX (ICA)• VDI tunnels activity across network• Cascade Pilot exposes what users are doing at...
CASCADE VDI PILOT VIEWS                                                                            Use Wireshark? Try Casc...
WHY VIRTUAL NETWORKS?Businesses want the promise of dynamic, on-demand cloud based IT• Problem: Network and VM layers are ...
WHY VIRTUAL NETWORKS?Businesses want the promise of dynamic, on-demand cloud based IT• Problem: Network and VM layers are ...
VIRTUAL INFRASTRUCTURE – REAL BLIND SPOTS                                                                                 ...
VIRTUAL INFRASTRUCTURE – REAL BLIND SPOTS                                                                                 ...
CASCADE SOLUTION FOR VXLAN VISIBILITY                                                                                     ...
CASCADE SOLUTION FOR VXLAN VISIBILITYCascade can providedetails into                                                      ...
REGAINING VISIBILITY…                                                                                                     ...
AN IMPROVING OUTLOOK…                                                                                                 18©2...
BACK ON TRACK…                         “The network will evolve into an automated system that                         requ...
FLYSCRIPT – PROGRAMMABILITY AT ALL LAYERS                                                                         Custom W...
SOFTWARE-DEFINED SERVICE MANAGEMENT                       Boston                                                          ...
AT PARITY WITH SYSADMIN, YOU ARE                                                                                          ...
WHAT’S NEXT?•    Try Cascade Pilot and Virtual Shark•    Learn about Riverbed’s partnership with VMware for VXLAN•    Down...
24©2013 Riverbed Technology. All rights reserved. Riverbed and any Riverbed product or service name or logo used herein ar...
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Thanks to virtualization, server systems administrators have become the heroes of IT. To operate at parity with their sysadmin counterparts, network teams need visibility into virtual servers and intra-host traffic, virtual desktops using ICA and PCoIP, and virtual overlay networks like VXLAN. This presentation helps network admins navigate the challenges of virtualized data centers and software-defined networks in order to realize the vision of software-defined data centers and cloud computing.

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  • NEWNew technologies emerge all the time and IT leaders need to decide how they impact their legacy environments.
  • In a physical network environment, it is relatively easy to instrument it so you can monitor application performance as the transaction traverses between the web server, the application server, database, etc. CLICK: Virtualization provides significant headaches for IT operations teams. Once an application transaction enters the virtualized server NetOps loses visibility into the transaction. In fact, some transactional traffic never hits the physical network so it can never be monitored. Without adequate visibility into the end-to-end application flow, IT often cannot troubleshooting problems occurring in virtualized environments.CLICK: Compounding this issue, according to Gartner, is the fact that virtual switches today are typically managed by the server administrator, which is challenging the existing separation of duties because of unclear or incorrect network responsibilities and skills related to managing virtual switches embedded within hypervisors on physical servers. Today, almost all hypervisors have limited networking capabilities. But as virtual switches adopt control features similar to physical switches, the risk of inconsistent configuration between virtual and physical switches will increase, unless network policies are managed by the same organization and by people with the appropriate skill set. CLICK: Cascade Shark Virtual Edition monitors all inter-VM traffic crossing virtual switch, providing real-time and historical visibility into virtualize server environments. Itsimultaneously captures and stores packet data on the server or SAN while sending flow data to Cascade Profiler to provide unified visibility into performance of multi-tier apps across physical & virtual network.
  • In a physical network environment, it is relatively easy to instrument it so you can monitor application performance as the transaction traverses between the web server, the application server, database, etc. CLICK: Virtualization provides significant headaches for IT operations teams. Once an application transaction enters the virtualized server NetOps loses visibility into the transaction. In fact, some transactional traffic never hits the physical network so it can never be monitored. Without adequate visibility into the end-to-end application flow, IT often cannot troubleshooting problems occurring in virtualized environments.CLICK: Compounding this issue, according to Gartner, is the fact that virtual switches today are typically managed by the server administrator, which is challenging the existing separation of duties because of unclear or incorrect network responsibilities and skills related to managing virtual switches embedded within hypervisors on physical servers. Today, almost all hypervisors have limited networking capabilities. But as virtual switches adopt control features similar to physical switches, the risk of inconsistent configuration between virtual and physical switches will increase, unless network policies are managed by the same organization and by people with the appropriate skill set. CLICK: Cascade Shark Virtual Edition monitors all inter-VM traffic crossing virtual switch, providing real-time and historical visibility into virtualize server environments. Itsimultaneously captures and stores packet data on the server or SAN while sending flow data to Cascade Profiler to provide unified visibility into performance of multi-tier apps across physical & virtual network.
  • Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) holds the promise of dramatically simplifying IT infrastructure, management, and data security. Cascade Pilot now support ICA and PCoIP, two popular VDI protocols used by Citrix XenDesktop/XenApp, and VMware View, respectively. With this release, customers gain visibility into the virtual channels of these VDI protocols, including their bandwidth consumption and priorities. Customers can also see the latency of critical actions such as print, keystrokes, mouse movements, file sharing, and screen refreshes. Having detailed visibility into specific VDI actions is not only critical to troubleshooting issues, but is also essential for optimizing the performance of these applications across both the WAN and LAN.
  • Businesses want the promise of dynamic, on-demand cloud based IT. While vSphere abstracts compute capacity from the server hardware to create virtual pools of resources that can be consumed as a service in a matter of minutes, today’s traditional network architecture prevents organizations from reaching the full potential of virtualization. Provisioning of networks and network services such as security are still cumbersome and slow and can take days to set up. Even then, the opportunity to introduce errors is extremely high and changes to shared network services can have unintended consequences.Software-defined networking (SDN) is one of the corner stones of the software-defined data center (SDDC) that is changing the paradigm of data center infrastructure. SDN allows for the quick and dynamic configuration of virtual or overlay networks, which enable the creation of a virtual data center (VDC) –an isolated collection of all necessary compute, storage, networking, and security resources – in a matter of minutes. VMware® Virtual eXtensible Local Area Network (VXLAN) is the key to deploying software-defined networks with the same simplicity and operational ease of virtual machines today. Because VXLAN tunnels traffic on top of the physical network, creating an “overlay network”, it separates the virtualization and network layers to enable the following benefits:Ease of network provisioning – VXLAN automatically provisions virtual overlay networks and their associated services as needed for virtual datacenters – with no impact to the physical network or involvement of the network team.Security – Virtual overlay networks are isolated from each other and the physical network, addressing security and compliance requirements while using shared infrastructure, and enabling the cost savings associated with it. Scalability – Enables virtual networks and virtual data centers to span physical boundaries, optimizing compute resource utilization across clusters, pods and even geographically separated datacenters and allowing organizations to build virtual data centers anywhere, anytime based on business needs rather than technical limitations.
  • Businesses want the promise of dynamic, on-demand cloud based IT. While vSphere abstracts compute capacity from the server hardware to create virtual pools of resources that can be consumed as a service in a matter of minutes, today’s traditional network architecture prevents organizations from reaching the full potential of virtualization. Provisioning of networks and network services such as security are still cumbersome and slow and can take days to set up. Even then, the opportunity to introduce errors is extremely high and changes to shared network services can have unintended consequences.Software-defined networking (SDN) is one of the corner stones of the software-defined data center (SDDC) that is changing the paradigm of data center infrastructure. SDN allows for the quick and dynamic configuration of virtual or overlay networks, which enable the creation of a virtual data center (VDC) –an isolated collection of all necessary compute, storage, networking, and security resources – in a matter of minutes. VMware® Virtual eXtensible Local Area Network (VXLAN) is the key to deploying software-defined networks with the same simplicity and operational ease of virtual machines today. Because VXLAN tunnels traffic on top of the physical network, creating an “overlay network”, it separates the virtualization and network layers to enable the following benefits:Ease of network provisioning – VXLAN automatically provisions virtual overlay networks and their associated services as needed for virtual datacenters – with no impact to the physical network or involvement of the network team.Security – Virtual overlay networks are isolated from each other and the physical network, addressing security and compliance requirements while using shared infrastructure, and enabling the cost savings associated with it. Scalability – Enables virtual networks and virtual data centers to span physical boundaries, optimizing compute resource utilization across clusters, pods and even geographically separated datacenters and allowing organizations to build virtual data centers anywhere, anytime based on business needs rather than technical limitations.
  • While VLXAN extends the benefits of virtualization from server workloads to entire virtual data centers, on its own it does not address the performance management challenge of virtual environments. While monitoring and troubleshooting network performance with server virtualization has been problematic enough for network operations, the introduction of virtual overlay networks compounds this even further. VXLAN traffic is UDP tunneled, creating a total loss of visibility for the network team, making it impossible to Isolate overlay traffic from physical networkManage the overlay traffic’s impact on the physical networkUnderstand tunnel and overlay network setup/tear downAdditionally, different overlay networks can have overlapping address spaces, further compounding troubleshooting.Left unaddressed, this lack of visibility can create a barrier for the adoption of VXLAN, SDN and virtual data centers.Realizing the ability to monitor, troubleshoot and report on network and application performance is a necessary and critical component for the full adoption of VXLAN, Riverbed and VMware have joined together to provide this capability. The two companies have jointly developed the new VXLAN-aware IPFIX format, which provides performance information about virtual overlay network traffic and associated UDP-encapsulated traffic. This new VXLAN functionality extends Cascade’s performance management capabilities from monitoring the virtual switch/VDS within vSphere to encompassing virtual data centers and their associated overlay networks. Riverbed Cascade is the only application-aware network performance management (aaNPM) solution to enable IT organizations to confidently embrace SDN by enabling network operations teams to: Control and understand virtual overlay network performanceMonitor and troubleshoot virtual data centers and the physical network in a single solutionProvide VDC owners isolated views into their virtual data center performance and SLAs
  • While VLXAN extends the benefits of virtualization from server workloads to entire virtual data centers, on its own it does not address the performance management challenge of virtual environments. While monitoring and troubleshooting network performance with server virtualization has been problematic enough for network operations, the introduction of virtual overlay networks compounds this even further. VXLAN traffic is UDP tunneled, creating a total loss of visibility for the network team, making it impossible to Isolate overlay traffic from physical networkManage the overlay traffic’s impact on the physical networkUnderstand tunnel and overlay network setup/tear downAdditionally, different overlay networks can have overlapping address spaces, further compounding troubleshooting.Left unaddressed, this lack of visibility can create a barrier for the adoption of VXLAN, SDN and virtual data centers.Realizing the ability to monitor, troubleshoot and report on network and application performance is a necessary and critical component for the full adoption of VXLAN, Riverbed and VMware have joined together to provide this capability. The two companies have jointly developed the new VXLAN-aware IPFIX format, which provides performance information about virtual overlay network traffic and associated UDP-encapsulated traffic. This new VXLAN functionality extends Cascade’s performance management capabilities from monitoring the virtual switch/VDS within vSphere to encompassing virtual data centers and their associated overlay networks. Riverbed Cascade is the only application-aware network performance management (aaNPM) solution to enable IT organizations to confidently embrace SDN by enabling network operations teams to: Control and understand virtual overlay network performanceMonitor and troubleshoot virtual data centers and the physical network in a single solutionProvide VDC owners isolated views into their virtual data center performance and SLAs
  • Other NPM solutions without VXLAN visibility can only see how much VXLAN traffic is tunneled across the physical network, leaving them virtually blind when it comes to troubleshooting problems.CLICK: Cascade can provide details into top applicationsCLICK: How virtual machines (VMs) converseCLICK: How virtual tunnel endpoints (VTEPs) interactCLICK:Top virtual networks from an enterprise perspective, and more…
  • Other NPM solutions without VXLAN visibility can only see how much VXLAN traffic is tunneled across the physical network, leaving them virtually blind when it comes to troubleshooting problems.CLICK: Cascade can provide details into top applicationsCLICK: How virtual machines (VMs) converseCLICK: How virtual tunnel endpoints (VTEPs) interactCLICK:Top virtual networks from an enterprise perspective, and more…
  • Virtualization brings with it great promise of flexibility, cost savings, and security. Most importantly it allows IT infrastructure to dynamically adapt to the needs of applications. This value comes with a cost in the form of increased complexity for Network and IT operations. With this announcement, the Riverbed® Cascade® product family extends its leadership in virtualization monitoring. It is the first and only application-aware network performance management (NPM) solution to provide comprehensive and unified visibility across the WAN, LAN, virtualized desktop and server environments, and software-defined networks (SDNs) to meet the rapidly changing needs of IT organizations. The latest version of Cascade products adds the ability to monitor and troubleshoot Citrix XenDesktop/XenApp and VMware® View virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) and also to embrace VMware VXLAN-based software-defined networking without sacrificing operational control. In addition, the Cascade product family is now available as a fully virtualized software solution to enable enterprises, government organizations, public clouds, and other managed service providers to easily deploy and use Cascade products in virtual environments. It enables network operations teams to find and fix network and application performance issues, no matter the architecture or where they are in their virtualization journey, including: Traditional networksVirtual desktop infrastructure (VDI)Server virtualizationFully virtualized data centers using SDNAny combination of the aboveAlmost every enterprise big and small is moving very strongly toward a more fully virtualized IT environment. Industry analysts Gartner, Forrester, ESG and EMA all point to this transformation as top priorities for CIOs. Virtualization brings with it great promises of flexibility, cost savings, data and intellectual property centralization and most importantly enablingIT infrastructure to dynamically adapt to the needs of applications that drive a business’ top and bottom line. This value comes with a cost however in the form of significant complexity for the Network and IT operations staff who are tasked with ensuring the performance of applications and the networks they run over. CLICK: With this new release Cascade provides network and IT operations with a complete solution for managing network and application performance issues across all major virtualization areas: Server Virtualization, VDI and SDN.
  • Like milk and cookies, Cascade and Steelhead solutions are better together…
  • Like milk and cookies, Cascade and Steelhead solutions are better together…
  • Developers: Access to the raw data and configuration via REST APIs gives network developers power to program their network rather than just automate it. Combine data from multiple devices, leverage reporting from one device to instrument changes on another.Application Programmers: Leverage SDKs in scripting languages such as Python and JavaScript to develop complex monitoring and alerting based on the entire network. Grab examples and tutorials from the community to get started quickly. Integrate with available modules from the community to develop custom applications targeted at the unique problems in their network.Operators: Quickly add custom widgets and reports from devices throughout the network to a common portal website. Add not only visualization widgets, but control functionality as well. Web 2.0 technology provides a powerful platform for managing the network using only the data needed.
  • Our next use case example is in virtualized data centers that are using custom or third-party cloud orchestration software in order to build a software-defined data center. Virtualization demands programmability in order to provision, configure, and monitor services logically instead of physically.With FlyScript you can move away from racking and stacking, to a point-and-click self-service portal for provisioning and configuration
  • Like milk and cookies, Cascade and Steelhead solutions are better together…
  • Performance management for your virtualized data center

    1. 1. PerformanceManagement for YourVirtualized Data CenterDORMAIN DREWITZ, RIVERBED TECHNOLOGYMARCH 21, 2013@DORMAINDREWITZ 0©2013 Riverbed Technology. All rights reserved. Riverbed and any Riverbed product or service name or logo used herein are trademarks of Riverbed Technology. All other trademarks used herein belong totheir respective owners. The trademarks and logos displayed herein may not be used without the prior written consent of Riverbed Technology or their respective owners.
    2. 2. AGENDA•The vision•The challenge•The solution•The future 1©2013 Riverbed Technology. All rights reserved. Riverbed and any Riverbed product or service name or logo used herein are trademarks of Riverbed Technology. All other trademarks used herein belong totheir respective owners. The trademarks and logos displayed herein may not be used without the prior written consent of Riverbed Technology or their respective owners.
    3. 3. ARE WE THERE YET? 2©2013 Riverbed Technology. All rights reserved. Riverbed and any Riverbed product or service name or logo used herein are trademarks of Riverbed Technology. All other trademarks used herein belong totheir respective owners. The trademarks and logos displayed herein may not be used without the prior written consent of Riverbed Technology or their respective owners.
    4. 4. STAGES OF DATA CENTER TRANSFORMATIONBusiness Value Better Software- defined Programmability infrastructure Faster Converged infrastructure Virtualization Easier Isolate Consolidate Automate Orchestrate 3 Maturity ©2013 Riverbed Technology. All rights reserved. Riverbed and any Riverbed product or service name or logo used herein are trademarks of Riverbed Technology. All other trademarks used herein belong to their respective owners. The trademarks and logos displayed herein may not be used without the prior written consent of Riverbed Technology or their respective owners.
    5. 5. LITTLE, GREEN GUYS… How your server administrator feels about virtualizing the data center 4©2013 Riverbed Technology. All rights reserved. Riverbed and any Riverbed product or service name or logo used herein are trademarks of Riverbed Technology. All other trademarks used herein belong totheir respective owners. The trademarks and logos displayed herein may not be used without the prior written consent of Riverbed Technology or their respective owners.
    6. 6. LITTLE, GREEN GUYS… How your network administrator feels about virtualizing the data center 5©2013 Riverbed Technology. All rights reserved. Riverbed and any Riverbed product or service name or logo used herein are trademarks of Riverbed Technology. All other trademarks used herein belong totheir respective owners. The trademarks and logos displayed herein may not be used without the prior written consent of Riverbed Technology or their respective owners.
    7. 7. A BRAVE NEW WORLD… V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V Managing the physical network is challenging enough 6©2013 Riverbed Technology. All rights reserved. Riverbed and any Riverbed product or service name or logo used herein are trademarks of Riverbed Technology. All other trademarks used herein belong totheir respective owners. The trademarks and logos displayed herein may not be used without the prior written consent of Riverbed Technology or their respective owners.
    8. 8. VIRTUAL INFRASTRUCTURE – REAL BLIND SPOTS V V VVisibility Black Hole • IT operations/system admins own virtual infrastructure • NetOps is responsible for end-to-end performance • Can’t see network traffic or performance between VM servers 7©2013 Riverbed Technology. All rights reserved. Riverbed and any Riverbed product or service name or logo used herein are trademarks of Riverbed Technology. All other trademarks used herein belong totheir respective owners. The trademarks and logos displayed herein may not be used without the prior written consent of Riverbed Technology or their respective owners.
    9. 9. VIRTUAL INFRASTRUCTURE – REAL BLIND SPOTS Try Virtual Shark for 30 days V V VVisibility Black Hole Cascade Shark Virtual Edition • IT operations/system admins own virtual infrastructure • Monitors all inter-VM traffic crossing virtual switch • NetOps is responsible for end-to-end performance • Provides simultaneous packet capture to local server/SAN and flow export to Cascade • Can’t see network traffic or performance Profiler between VM servers 8©2013 Riverbed Technology. All rights reserved. Riverbed and any Riverbed product or service name or logo used herein are trademarks of Riverbed Technology. All other trademarks used herein belong totheir respective owners. The trademarks and logos displayed herein may not be used without the prior written consent of Riverbed Technology or their respective owners.
    10. 10. VDI– VMWARE VIEW (PCOIP), CITRIX (ICA)• VDI tunnels activity across network• Cascade Pilot exposes what users are doing at a channel / activity level• IT gains deeper knowledge, control of user activity• Empowers IT operations to prioritize user activities on Steelhead Print Trafficprint type click Key Strokes ICA/PCoIP Mouse Movements copy File Transfers browse Screen Refreshes 9©2013 Riverbed Technology. All rights reserved. Riverbed and any Riverbed product or service name or logo used herein are trademarks of Riverbed Technology. All other trademarks used herein belong totheir respective owners. The trademarks and logos displayed herein may not be used without the prior written consent of Riverbed Technology or their respective owners.
    11. 11. CASCADE VDI PILOT VIEWS Use Wireshark? Try Cascade Pilot for 30 daysCitrix (ICA & CGP) VMware View (PCoIP)• Citrix traffic overview • Server and client • Channel Distribution • Protocol over time • By priority • Packet Type over time • Encryption type over time • By virtual channel • Media channel distribution• Virtual Channel • Perceived latency • Priority Overview • Over time • Session priority distribution • By distribution • DSCP analysis• Packet Priority • by IP DSCP • by distribution • by virtual channel • by server and client • over time 10©2013 Riverbed Technology. All rights reserved. Riverbed and any Riverbed product or service name or logo used herein are trademarks of Riverbed Technology. All other trademarks used herein belong totheir respective owners. The trademarks and logos displayed herein may not be used without the prior written consent of Riverbed Technology or their respective owners.
    12. 12. WHY VIRTUAL NETWORKS?Businesses want the promise of dynamic, on-demand cloud based IT• Problem: Network and VM layers are too intertwined • Provisioning of networks and network services cumbersome and slow • VM and network configurations must be coordinated – shared IP address domains • Changes to shared network services have unintended consequences• Solution: Fully virtualized data center (VDC) • Completely separate VM and network configuration – isolated IP address domains • Create virtual overlay networks for each virtual data center • Virtualize all network services within a VDC 11©2013 Riverbed Technology. All rights reserved. Riverbed and any Riverbed product or service name or logo used herein are trademarks of Riverbed Technology. All other trademarks used herein belong totheir respective owners. The trademarks and logos displayed herein may not be used without the prior written consent of Riverbed Technology or their respective owners.
    13. 13. WHY VIRTUAL NETWORKS?Businesses want the promise of dynamic, on-demand cloud based IT• Problem: Network and VM layers are too intertwined • Provisioning of networks and network services cumbersome and slow • VM and network configurations must be coordinated – shared IP address domains • Changes to shared network services have unintended consequences• Solution: Fully virtualized data center (VDC) • Completely separate VM and network configuration – isolated IP address domains • Create virtual overlay networks for each virtual data center • Virtualize all network services within a VDC 12©2013 Riverbed Technology. All rights reserved. Riverbed and any Riverbed product or service name or logo used herein are trademarks of Riverbed Technology. All other trademarks used herein belong totheir respective owners. The trademarks and logos displayed herein may not be used without the prior written consent of Riverbed Technology or their respective owners.
    14. 14. VIRTUAL INFRASTRUCTURE – REAL BLIND SPOTS V V V V VSwitch VMWare ESXiVisibility Black Hole• Overlay network traffic is now UDP-tunneled• Virtualization layer controls all tunnel and overlay network setup/tear down• Impossible to isolate overlay traffic from physical network• Different overlay networks can have overlapping address spaces 13©2013 Riverbed Technology. All rights reserved. Riverbed and any Riverbed product or service name or logo used herein are trademarks of Riverbed Technology. All other trademarks used herein belong totheir respective owners. The trademarks and logos displayed herein may not be used without the prior written consent of Riverbed Technology or their respective owners.
    15. 15. VIRTUAL INFRASTRUCTURE – REAL BLIND SPOTS V V V V VSwitch VMWare ESXiVisibility Black Hole Embrace virtual networks• Overlay network traffic is now UDP-tunneled • Understand virtual network performance and it’s• Virtualization layer controls all tunnel and overlay impact on the physical network network setup/tear down • Monitor/troubleshoot the multi-tenant environment• Impossible to isolate overlay traffic from physical • Spin up data centers on demand with integrated network performance management• Different overlay networks can have overlapping • Enable tenants to monitor SLAs for their virtual address spaces data center 14©2013 Riverbed Technology. All rights reserved. Riverbed and any Riverbed product or service name or logo used herein are trademarks of Riverbed Technology. All other trademarks used herein belong totheir respective owners. The trademarks and logos displayed herein may not be used without the prior written consent of Riverbed Technology or their respective owners.
    16. 16. CASCADE SOLUTION FOR VXLAN VISIBILITY This is the depth of detail other NPM solutions can see without VXLAN visibility 15©2013 Riverbed Technology. All rights reserved. Riverbed and any Riverbed product or service name or logo used herein are trademarks of Riverbed Technology. All other trademarks used herein belong totheir respective owners. The trademarks and logos displayed herein may not be used without the prior written consent of Riverbed Technology or their respective owners.
    17. 17. CASCADE SOLUTION FOR VXLAN VISIBILITYCascade can providedetails into This is the depth of detail other NPM• Top applications solutions can see without VXLAN visibility• How VMs converse• How virtual tunnel endpoints (VTEPs) interact• Top virtual networks• And more… 16©2013 Riverbed Technology. All rights reserved. Riverbed and any Riverbed product or service name or logo used herein are trademarks of Riverbed Technology. All other trademarks used herein belong totheir respective owners. The trademarks and logos displayed herein may not be used without the prior written consent of Riverbed Technology or their respective owners.
    18. 18. REGAINING VISIBILITY… V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V 17©2013 Riverbed Technology. All rights reserved. Riverbed and any Riverbed product or service name or logo used herein are trademarks of Riverbed Technology. All other trademarks used herein belong totheir respective owners. The trademarks and logos displayed herein may not be used without the prior written consent of Riverbed Technology or their respective owners.
    19. 19. AN IMPROVING OUTLOOK… 18©2013 Riverbed Technology. All rights reserved. Riverbed and any Riverbed product or service name or logo used herein are trademarks of Riverbed Technology. All other trademarks used herein belong totheir respective owners. The trademarks and logos displayed herein may not be used without the prior written consent of Riverbed Technology or their respective owners.
    20. 20. BACK ON TRACK… “The network will evolve into an automated system that requires APIs and SDKs to stitch together the constituent parts.” “Networking predictions For 2013”, Forrester, Andre Kindness, July 2012 19©2013 Riverbed Technology. All rights reserved. Riverbed and any Riverbed product or service name or logo used herein are trademarks of Riverbed Technology. All other trademarks used herein belong totheir respective owners. The trademarks and logos displayed herein may not be used without the prior written consent of Riverbed Technology or their respective owners.
    21. 21. FLYSCRIPT – PROGRAMMABILITY AT ALL LAYERS Custom Widgets Operators and UI Integrations Scripts, Modules, Riverbed Casual Coders CommunityApplication Programmers and Python SDK Developers REST API Control Plane Data Plane Stingray TM Whitewater Stingray Profiler Switches TrafficScript Shark Routers Servers Steelhead Granite Core 20©2013 Riverbed Technology. All rights reserved. Riverbed and any Riverbed product or service name or logo used herein are trademarks of Riverbed Technology. All other trademarks used herein belong totheir respective owners. The trademarks and logos displayed herein may not be used without the prior written consent of Riverbed Technology or their respective owners.
    22. 22. SOFTWARE-DEFINED SERVICE MANAGEMENT Boston Virtual Data Center Stingray TM Web Servers App Servers Cloud SH Users Virtual Data Center WAN Stingray TM Web Servers DB Servers Cloud SH Shark Profiler San Francisco FlyScript Daemon• Integrate with orchestration software for one-click provisioning• Enable self-service portals for virtual data center deployment• Support configuration within virtual data centers 21©2013 Riverbed Technology. All rights reserved. Riverbed and any Riverbed product or service name or logo used herein are trademarks of Riverbed Technology. All other trademarks used herein belong totheir respective owners. The trademarks and logos displayed herein may not be used without the prior written consent of Riverbed Technology or their respective owners.
    23. 23. AT PARITY WITH SYSADMIN, YOU ARE 22©2013 Riverbed Technology. All rights reserved. Riverbed and any Riverbed product or service name or logo used herein are trademarks of Riverbed Technology. All other trademarks used herein belong totheir respective owners. The trademarks and logos displayed herein may not be used without the prior written consent of Riverbed Technology or their respective owners.
    24. 24. WHAT’S NEXT?• Try Cascade Pilot and Virtual Shark• Learn about Riverbed’s partnership with VMware for VXLAN• Download ESG’s report on performance management in SDNs• Browse links to resources on FlyScript developer tools• Read Steve Riley’s primer on SDN• Questions? Comments? Join me on TwitterThank you! Dormain Drewitz Solutions Manager @Riverbed 23©2013 Riverbed Technology. All rights reserved. Riverbed and any Riverbed product or service name or logo used herein are trademarks of Riverbed Technology. All other trademarks used herein belong totheir respective owners. The trademarks and logos displayed herein may not be used without the prior written consent of Riverbed Technology or their respective owners.
    25. 25. 24©2013 Riverbed Technology. All rights reserved. Riverbed and any Riverbed product or service name or logo used herein are trademarks of Riverbed Technology. All other trademarks used herein belong totheir respective owners. The trademarks and logos displayed herein may not be used without the prior written consent of Riverbed Technology or their respective owners.

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