Juniper Networks Enterprise.

Report
BUILDING THE BRIDGE
TO THE FUTURE
NICO SIEBELINK
TECHNICAL DIRECTOR JUNIPER NETWORKS
1
Copyright © 2014 Juniper Networks, Inc.
JUNIPER TODAY : GLOBAL REACH
• Supporting Our Customers Around the World
DISCIPLINED AND STRATEGIC FOCUS, NO DISTRACTIONS
Customer
Segments
2
Enterprise
Service Provider
Businesses
3
Switching
Routing
Domains
Security
6
Core
Edge
Access &
Aggregation
Data Center
WAN
Campus
& Branch
OUR TECHNOLOGY STRATEGY
SOLVE A PROBLEM ONCE : RE-USE MANY TIMES
•
Innovating Across Systems, Silicon and Software
Connect everything. Empower everyone.
Silicon
Systems
Software
Network
Architecture
Through high-performance network and industry innovation
MAJOR GLOBAL TRENDS
Intense Demand for Network Innovation to Reduce Cost, Provide Security
and Enable New Services
•
Mobile Internet
Cloud
Security
Devices to connect
on wireless
networks in 2020
% of New Enterprise
Apps Deployed in the
Cloud:
% of IT practitioners citing
serious web-based and
denial of service attacks
80%
60+%
50B
MAJOR MARKET FORCES…
THERE IS AN EXPLOSION OF DATA, USERS AND CONNECTED DEVICES
2011
2016
5.3ZB
22ZB
2.1B
3.3B
5B
14B
THE WORLDWIDE MIGRATION IS A REALITY
Clients
Global High-Performance Network
Data Centers
People
Mobile
Home
Branch
Machines
Campus
Increasingly
Mobile workforce,
contractors
The Network is the enabler
Applications
Cloud Services
THE EXISTING NETWORK CAN'T KEEP PACE IN FAST
CHANGING IT WORLD
Enterprise Challenges
Service Provider Challenges
 Agility, responsiveness
 Service differentiation
 BYOD / mobility growth
 Static versus dynamic
 Rapid service creation and
delivery
 Inability to adapt fast enough
 Static versus dynamic
Managing complexity, cost and risk of
scaling network infrastructure
NETWORK CHALLENGES IN REAL TERMS
Network Roadblock to
Cloud
Time
Manual
Static
Complex
Isolated
Provisioning
Server
Pre Virtualization
Provisioning
Storage
Provisioning
Network
Post Virtualization
PROBLEM : THE HUMAN LATENCY
Human latency
Time to
Service
=
Manual and static :
Orchestration
Provisioning
Diagnostics
Troubleshooting
Configuration
Policy
X DEVICE
CENTRALIZE
COST SAVINGS
PROGRAMMABILITY
Software Defined Networking
Are you ready to adapt to this new model?
DYNAMIC
FLEXIBILITY
DEPLOY FASTER
AGILITY
AUTOMATION
INTELLIGENCE
CUSTOMIZE
SDN AND NFV
•SDN
• Software Defined Networking
• An evolution in network architecture
• SDN provides dynamic, service connectivity overlays
•NFV
• Network Function Virtualization
• An evolution in equipment architecture
• NFV generalizes view of network functions into re-purpose-able assets
THE NETWORK CAN BE SIMPLE
Old way of doing things
New way of doing things
Pre-SDN
SDN
For Juniper. Not for you.
 VLANs
 MAC addresses
 IP addresses
 Subnets
 ACLs
 Routing Policies
 Manual Service
Chaining
 Virtual networks
 VRFs
 Security Policies
 Devices
 Ports
 OS-specifics
 Connections
Networking sho
 Connectivity
Policies
 Service Chaining
Service chaining for NFV
improve service velocity and agility
Contrail
Orchestrator
SDN Controller
Dynamic Service Chain Configuration
• Contrail proactively programs
virtual overlay switches &
gateways only
• Services are turned up or down
Pool of x86 Appliances
MX Router w
x86 Service Card
MX Router w
x86 Appliances
BENEFITS
• Foundation for new services offering with increased agility and velocity
• Reduced capital and operational expense via network simplification
DATACENTER
METAFABRIC
TOP ENTERPRISE IT INITIATIVES
APPLICATIONS ARE DRIVING IT TRANSFORMATION
Virtualization
Clouds
SDN
CRITICAL DATA CENTER ATTRIBUTES
“All great
things are
simple”
Network
virtualisation
Dynamic
Security
• Dynamic network creation
• Virtualized services
• Simple to provision
• Dynamic policy
• Visibility & control
• Multi tenancy
Agility
& Economics
• A more agile business
• Better economics
INTRODUCING THE METAFABRIC ARCHITECTURE
VM
VM
VM
VM
VM
VM
Virtual Physical Virtual Physical
My on-premises
data center
VM
VM
VM
Virtual Physical
VM
VM
VM
Virtual Physical
My managed
My hosted
service provider service provider
SIMPLE. OPEN. SMART.
VM VM
VM VM
VM VM
Virtual Virtual
My cloud
service provider
QFX5100 ONE SWITCH, ANY ARCHITECTURE
Virtual Chassis Fabric
Up to 20 members
QFabric
Virtual Chassis
Up to 10 members
…
Up to 128 members
Managed as a Single Switch
Spine-Leaf
Layer 3 Fabric
QFX5100
L3 Fabric
MX SERIES UNIVERSAL DC GATEWAY
“New” Encaps
Universal SDN gateway
Contrail
VM
VM
VM
VM
VM
VM
VM
VM
VM
“Connecting islands”
Open, standards-based DCI
EVPN, MPLS, VPLS
VM
VM
VM
Bare Metal
NSX
Bare Metal
Seamless workload mobility
MX Series—one platform to
connect multiple sites and clouds
Efficient traffic forwarding
JUNOSV CONTRAIL AGILE NETWORKING
CONTRAIL CONTROLLER
Configuration
VM
VM
VM
Control
Virtual network overlay
Analytics
VM
VM
vRouter
Physical Host
with Hypervisor
Simple, open and agile
VM
VM
vRouter
Physical Network
(no changes)
Gateway
WAN,
Internet
VM
Multiple hypervisor support
KVM, VMware ESXi
Physical Host
with Hypervisor
Developer momentum
OpenContrail community
VMWARE NSX INTEGRATION
Physical Server
Connectivity
Virtual
Network
Physical Data Center
Connectivity
Bare
Metal
Server
Virtual
Data Center
Physical
Data Center
IT or Infrastructure
as a Service
Physical
Network
Virtual
Network
 NSX L2 gateway on ToR
switches
 NSX L2 gateway on core
switch or edge router
 NSX L2 gateway on
edge router
 Programmatic VxLAN
connectivity to bare
metal servers
 Programmatic VxLAN
connectivity to nonvirtualized data centers
 Programmatic
connectivity to tenant
specific VxLAN
QFX5100
EX9200 or MX Series
MX Series
SMART DATACENTER SECURITY
VM
VM
VM
Virtual
SRX Series
Firewall
VM
VM
VM
Physical
Virtual
Physical
Data Center
vGW and Firefly
Global Attacker Database
DDoS Secure
WebApp Secure
 Proven data center
scale
 Virtual host and
perimeter security
 Low-and-slow and
volumetric
 Intrusion Deception
stops hacking
 Integration with
WebApp Secure
 Optimized for
performance
 Signature free:
stops new attacks
 No tuning or
WebApp changes
CAMPUS AND BRANCH
ALWAYS ONENTERPRISE
The enterprise
extends far
beyond the
confines of
the company.
It’s everywhere your
organization operates—all
the places where the
business lives: with your
customers and coworkers,
between machines and in
manufacturing.
Your business only
happens if the enterprise
is always on and always
running
MOBILITY TRENDS: IDC
 Explosion of
Smartphones and
Tablets
 100% attach rate
with Wi-Fi
 Propels Enterprise
WLAN growth
Enterprise Access
Wireless
70%
IS Wireless
>50% of Devices now
Growing to 70%
•
Wired
Wireless
50%
50%
Wired
30%
IDC Report 2013
Why?
 Higher density than wired
2013
2016
 Also, M2M, printers,
projectors, cameras,
sensors, etc.
UNIFIED COMMUNICATIONS &
COLLABORATION (UC&C) APPLICATIONS
Microsoft Lync
Goal:
 Unify communications and collaboration:
Voice, video, chat, desktop sharing
Challenges:
 Increased traffic
 Wireless Network Requirements
Assured Quality of Experience
High availability
OPTIMIZING THE LYNC USER EXPERIENCE
UC&C ON Enterprise across collapsed tiers and centralized controllers
ON Enterprise
Access
Points
Juniper EX Virtual Chassis
…..
…..
Local Switching at the AP
Reduces hundreds of managed
devices to tens
Remote AP = no WLC at Branch or
remote Campus
Enables configurations for more
flexible East-West traffic for
UCC like Lync
Move Controllers to the DC
WLC Clusters :
thousands of APs can be managed
as a single unit
Collapsed Aggregation/Core/WAN
WLC cluster
Branch
IP WAN
Cloud
Internet
Data Center
NEED FOR SIMPLIFYING OPERATIONS
Complexity on the Rise
Many standalone management tools:
wired, wireless, etc.
 Need for single-pane-of-glass tool
 Configuration management, monitoring,
troubleshooting
JUNOS SPACE NETWORK DIRECTOR
Wired and Wireless Visualization - Operational simplification
Network
Director
VISUALIZE
ANALYZE
CONTROL
Complete Wired & Wireless View
Flow Monitoring
Real-Time Performance Monitoring
Single Pane of Glass for Wired and Wireless Networks
UNIFIED ACCESS
Integrating Wired and Wireless Network Access
Goal:
+
 Converge wired and wireless networks
Reduce cost by taking away silos
Reduce Management complexity
Maintain consistent security polices
Seamless user experience
Juniper role based Unified access control
AN ARCHITECTURAL APPROACH
Stretch the Connectivity for a Seamless Network
Core
Switch (PE)
MPLS
Core
Switch (PE)
VLAN
Access
Switche (CE)
Core
Switch (PE)
Private MPLS Campus
Core with VPLS
or L3VPN
Core
Switch (PE)
MPLS
VLAN
Access
Switche (CE)
Access
Switche (CE)
Core
Switch (PE)
MPLS
Access
Switche (CE)
Core
Switch (PE)
VLAN
Wireles
s
Access
Point
Wireless Access
Point
Access
Switches (CE)
Access
Switches (CE)
SITE 1
Wireless
Access
Point
Wireless
Access Point
SITE 3
Wireless
Access Point
Wireless
Access Point
VLAN1
Finance/ Business Ops VPN
VLAN2
VLAN3
R&D VPN
Marketing/ Sales VPN
SITE 2
Juniper
Networks
Enterprise.
Juniper switching,
WLAN and networking
management solutions
that enable secure,
reliable access to
mission critical
applications from
any device anywhere
in the world.
THANK YOU

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