ATF_2014_ Randall Keynote

Report
Marc Randall
Sr Vice President &
General Manager
Avaya Networking
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March 25 – 27th, 2014 І Orlando, FL
When Waiting Won’t Work
Avaya Networking Strategy: Direction Forward
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“We need a manageable BYOD
deployment ASAP!”
Throughput
Uplink
“Our financial transactions need to
be isolated by next week”
“Our cloud services need to rival
our user’s consumer experience!”
“We need 1,000 more security
cameras up by Friday”
Latency
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The Bold Truth
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days is the average wait
for maintenance windows

of companies report
delays in business systems
upgrades

of network downtime is
caused by core errors

companies fire
employees due to downtime
Source: Network Agility Research 2014 – Dynamic Markets
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Lower Acquisition Costs Replaced by Complexity
High
Price per Unit
Scale/Complexity
Difficult
Simple
Low
Time
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X Status Quo
X
Fabric Connect
Multiple Tiers
One logical tier
Multiple protocols
One protocol
Multiple resiliency
models
One active-active
resiliency model
Hop by hop
configuration
Edge-only
configuration
80% “keeping the
lights on” projects
Doing that cool
project
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Evolve to Fabric Connect
What customers
are saying…
Deploy for traffic isolation
PCI Compliance
Expand for multicast applications
Video Surveillance
Incorporate wireless access
Move to full production environment
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Sochi Couldn’t Wait!
Virtualized Network
IPTV technology
One of the largest BYOD environments
in the world
3 Billion
TV Viewers
Millions of
Spectators
25K
5.5K
14K
Volunteers
Olympic
Athletes
Reporters
and Media
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First Fabric Enabled Games
Mountain
Media
Center
Primary
Data Center
IPTV Service
Games Network
Unified Communications Service
Organizing Committee Service
WiFi Services
Krasnaya
Secondary
Media Transparent
LAN Services
Polyana
Data Center
Secure Management
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Fixed-Format High Performance Core
Avaya Virtual Services Platform 8284
Compact & high density
Fabric Connect-equipped
Non-blocking & low latency
Unique combination density & features
Mature & feature-rich OS
80 x 10G (SFP+) & 4 x 40G (QSFP+)
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Zero Touch End-Point Provisioning
Avaya Fabric Attach
IP Cameras, Phones, Readers, & APs
Industry standard authentication
Non Fabric Enabled Edge Switches
API for Data Center ecosystem
Identity Engines Integration
Fabric extension to APs
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Innovation
Avaya Virtual Services 4000 – Fiber
Avaya Virtual Services 7000 – Copper
Avaya ERS 4800 – Fabric Connect
VSP 4450
Avaya ERS 3549 – High Density
idEngines® - Single Sign On
VSP 7024
ERS 3549
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Fabric Connect to the Wireless Edge
Avaya Wireless LAN 9100
802.11ac Performance
1-click provisioning to VSN
Application Control
Optimal forwarding and latency
Cost Effective Distributed Controller
Premise and Cloud based Management
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Agility Mirrors The Architecture
Collaboration
Pod
ERS 8000
VSP 9000
VSP 8000
VSP 7000
VSP 4000
ERS 4000/5000
WLAN 8100
ERS 3000
1. Start with Fabric Connect-enabled infrastructure switches
2. Add Fabric Connect access switches
3. Use Fabric Attach for Avaya and 3rd party devices
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Marc Randall
GM & Senior Vice President
Avaya Networking
[email protected]
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