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THE NEW INFORMATION INFRASTRUCTURE
The coming revolution in networking and computing
Uwe Richter
SE Director Russia/CIS, East and South East Europe
Ljubljana, November 25, 2010
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Topics
Carrier
Business Models
are under tremendous strain

Exponentially increasing demand

Costs threatening to overtake revenues
A
New Network Centric Information Infrastructure
is needed

Mostly Mobile Clients

The New Network

Mega Data Centers
Portfolio / Solution update

Junos Space update

IPG Updates
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A MAJOR PARADIGM SHIFT IS ALREADY UNDERWAY
“Centralize what you can, distribute what you must”
The global information infrastructure is being
re
-
architected, by escalating cost, user preference, and
an increasingly powerful network
This shift will transform all
industries associated with
producing
,
consuming, storing
,
processing
, and
transporting
information
The New Network will be central
to this transformation.
All unconnected information
systems will become worthless.
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THREE PARTS
Mega Data Centers
Clients
The New Network
Campus
Branch
Home
Individual
Device
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THE FORCES DRIVING THE SHIFT
Economics

Operational expense

Inefficient utilization

Difficulty of providing security
End
-
User Demands

Simplicity

Ubiquity

Uniformity

Convenience (
mobility, long battery life
)
Technology Enablers

Scalable Network

Scalable Compute Power

Scalable Storage

Secure, Reliable, High Performance
OPEX
CAPEX
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WHY IS IT HAPPENING NOW?
Relative costs for given capability
Mainframes
(‟60

‟75)
Minis/Client
-
Server
(‟76

‟86)
PCs/Internet
(‟87

‟07)
New Information Infrastructure
Era (‟08

???)
Degree of distribution
Time
Computing
CAPEX/UNIT
1
Networking
CAPEX/UNIT
2
# Computers
3
#Networking
Devices
3
Cost of Managing
Distributed
Infrastructure
4
Consolidation
Pressure
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BASIC PRINCIPLES OF THE NEW INFRASTRUCTURE
Use a
single global network
to maximize the network effect
Centralize what you can and distribute only that which you must
for performance or reliability
Use a
small number of general
-
purpose building blocks
to design
the infrastructure
Automate as many operational aspects as possible
Use an
open software ecosystem
where possible to maximize the
rate of innovation
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VERTICAL SILOS TO HORIZONTAL PLATFORMS
Silicon
Systems
Operating System
Applications
Management
Broadcast TV
Cellular Telephony
Data Networks
Traditional Wire line Networks
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CDN’S HELP DELIVER CONTENT BUT ONLY TO A
CERTAIN EXTENT
Pure
-
play CDN providers get content closer but sometimes
not close enough

Content must continue to go through peering or transit points
Pure
-
play CDN providers store and deliver content with
business arrangements

Might not include the „hottest‟ or „viral‟ content at any given time
Network service providers lose visibility to the market
intelligence data

Limits opportunity for future monetization of content delivery (i.e..
Advertising)
Pure
-
play CDN providers help with content delivery, network service providers have the
opportunity to do more to save costs and set up for future monetizing content delivery
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OPPORTUNITY
DIRECT OTT TRAFFIC OFF THE BACKBONE
Service Providers can offload content to improve the cache hit ratio for unmanaged content to
complement existing caching infrastructures and to reduce network cost
Network Service Provider
Backbone
SLB
Edge
Router
Cache
Internet
Router
OTT Content
(Unmanaged)
No Cache :

User requests OTT content

Content has to be fetched all they way
through network from origin site

Result: OTT generates significant
backbone traffic and latency as it goes
through multiple hops and Internet
Network Optimization :

User requests OTT content

Content is cached and delivered to user
from the edge of network

Result: OTT Content traffic is offloaded
from backbone, reducing backbone
traffic and network costs
Access
Network Optimization
reduces network
traffic and latency;
reducing costs while
improving customer
experience
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MONETIZE THE “HD INTERNET” PACKAGE (FUTURE
EXAMPLE)
Customer pays for
guaranteed QoS by choosing
up to 10 sites for guaranteed
quality
-
ESPN, Hulu,
YouTube, any site…
Service provider charges
small premium for
guaranteed QoS
Customers chosen sites are
cached and delivered using
Content Direct solution
Provides a future path to
monetization
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THE PLATFORM EFFECT
Performance
Time
Critical Performance
Device becomes
powerful enough
to be general
Platform gets
Created
# Uses
Accelerate
Examples
System 360/OS 360
IBM PC
Apple iPhone
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NETWORKING DEVICES HAVE PASSED THE CRITICAL
PERFORMANCE
Megabits per second
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Juniper
Founded
Pre
-
Juniper: 1.6x /year
Post
-
Juniper: 2.2x /year
„88
„93
„98
„03
„08
„09
First
Quantum Jump
T1600
TX
Second
Quantum
Jump
M40
M160
T640
2
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JUNIPER’S OPEN SOFTWARE ECOSYSTEM
Developer opportunity
for cross
-
device
innovation
Partner opportunity
for network end
-
point
innovation
Developer opportunity
for on
-
device
innovation
User
Application
Layer
Network
Application
Layer
Network
Layer
Connectivity
Security
Future Services
Standards interfaces (TCG, IEEE)
Device API
Platform
Platform and UI SDK
Control Plane
Device API
SDK
Data Plane
Services Plane
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ARCHITECTURE
Mega Data Centers
Clients
Global High
-
Performance Network
Campus
Branch
Home
Individual
Device
Access
Network
Mega
CO’s
Mega
POP’s
Cached State
Stateless
Long Term State
(PON)
Stateless
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IMPLICATIONS
Consumers

Will consume services from the “cloud”

Will own their own access devices: primarily mobile "fit clients"
Enterprises

Small to medium enterprises will behave like consumers

Large enterprises that have the scale will build their own facilities
Carriers

Old model of just transporting information needs to be discarded

Need new business models and new services

Mega Data Centers will be the key to these
Vendors

Infrastructure companies: able to provide scalable solutions

Services companies: able to help deploy, manage, and operate solutions
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DATA CENTERS ARE KEY TO CARRIER’S FUTURE
Transporting information alone will lead to commoditization
New business models and new services are essential
Mega Data Centers will fill four important roles

As application factories where innovative applications are developed,
deployed, and run

As the automation hub from which the entire network is operated, and from
where network resources are allocated

As infrastructure repositories to provide computation and storage services
to end
-
users and enterprises

As the long
-
term repositories of customer, enterprise, and service provider
data
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JUNIPER’S GOALS FOR DATA CENTERS
Fundamentally alter the economics of building and operating
mega data centers
Enable mega data centers to deliver end
-
to
-
end services
securely to clients anywhere in the world
Provide a quantum jump in the performance with which large
scale general
-
purpose computing and storage can be delivered
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ISSUES WITH EXISTING DATA CENTERS

Scalable

Fast

Reliable

Secure

Simple

Efficient

Cost
-
Effective

Limited

Slow

Unreliable

Insecure

Complex

Underutilized

Power Hungry

Expensive
↑ CPU IO
↑ Disk IO
↑ # CPU’s
↑ # Disks
↑ # Disks
IO
Compute

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JUNIPER’S DATA CENTER ARCHITECTURE
DCM
DCF
Geographical
Separation for DR
Appliances, Switches
Routers
Servers
Storage
Management
Fabric
DCF
DCF
Open Standard Interfaces
Virtual Networks
DCM
DCM
Management
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The Eternal Challenge
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Extending Innovation
Beyond
the Device
INTRODUCING
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DESIGN PHILOSOPHY

Minimize user input,
automate everything

Out
-
of
-
the
-
box juniper best
practice

Just let you do stuff faster

Business intent oriented
and not technology centric

Guide the user, not the
other way around

Provide a delightful user
experience

Empower developer
ecosystem to build

Simple and smart applications
OPEN IT UP
KEEP IT SIMPLE
MAKE IT SMART
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Reducing cost, complexity and opening the
network to new business opportunities
SDK
Open Access API

Simple
Smart
Open
Network
Application
Platform
Juniper App
Juniper App
Applications
3
rd
party App
3
rd
party App
3
rd
party App
3
rd
party App
3
rd
party App
3
rd
party App
3
rd
party App
3
rd
party App
Platform
Open Device API
Junos Space
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Delivered to customers as a Fabric
Embodied in a number of common
appliances (physical and virtual)
Apps enabled by simple licenses
PACKAGING
Virtual Appliance for
VMWare environment
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RELIABILITY
Active
-
Active
clustering across
Data Centers
1:n DB redundancy
across DB
No single point
of failure
Applications always
available

albeit
with reduced
performance
Secondary DC
Active
-
Active
Clustering
across DC
Primary DC
1:n DB redundancy
Platform
App1
App2
App3

MTOSI
EXT
-
JS
SOAP
HTTP
Platform
App1
App2
App3

MTOSI
EXT
-
JS
SOAP
HTTP
Platform
App1
App2
App3

MTOSI
EXT
-
JS
SOAP
HTTP
Platform
App1
App2
App3

MTOSI
EXT
-
JS
SOAP
HTTP
OBE
High
Productivity
Every Node
is Utilized
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SCALABILITY
Ease of scaling
the system
Just add a node
to fabric
System takes care
of starting all
services and Apps
in additional nodes
Secondary DC
Active
-
Active
Clustering
across DC
Primary DC
1:n DB redundancy
Platform
App1
App2
App3

MTOSI
EXT
-
JS
SOAP
HTTP
Platform
App1
App2
App3

MTOSI
EXT
-
JS
SOAP
HTTP
Platform
App1
App2
App3

MTOSI
EXT
-
JS
SOAP
HTTP
Platform
App1
App2
App3

MTOSI
EXT
-
JS
SOAP
HTTP
Easy to Scale
Reduced
Cost
Load
Balancing
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INTRODUCING THREE APPLICATIONS
SIMPLE AND SMART WAYS TO RUN YOUR BUSINESS
Scaling of
Services
Support
Automation
Simplifying
Operations
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Automates
Network
Discovery
Validation &
Troubleshooting
Resource
Management
Service
Provisioning
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ETHERNET ACTIVATOR
SPEEDS TIME TO REVENUE
Automates network resource
management

Device roles,
UNI, VLAN pools…
Includes best practice service
definition catalog for ELINE,
ELAN and ETREE services
Point
-
n
-
click interface for rapid
service roll out and verification
Rate of Service Delivery
Fallout of Services
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ROUTE
INSIGHT MANAGER
RIM 9:41 AM
9:41 AM
9:42 AM
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9:44 AM
9:45 AM
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9:48 AM
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9:50 AM
RIM 9:42 AM
RIM 9:43 AM
RIM 9:44 AM
RIM 9:45 AM
RIM 9:46 AM
RIM 9:47 AM
RIM 9:48 AM
RIM 9:49 AM
RIM 9:50 AM
Continuously receives and
records all network events
Passively peers with
a single router in
the network

Speeds up troubleshooting

Simulate network changes
before
you make them on the network
Simplifies your operations
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SERVICE NOW
AUTOMATES DIAGNOSTICS
Internet
Juniper
Juniper
Support
System
Customer or
Partner NOC
Customer
Network
AI Scripts
Installed
Service Now
JMB
Hardware
Software
Resources
Configuration
Service
Now
Gateway

30x reduction in mean
-
time to recover

In device script based failure monitoring

Lights off incident creation with Juniper JTAC
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DC manageability challenges with Server Virtualization
Network Admin
1.
Blurred roles between the server and network admin.
2.
No automation/orchestration to sync
-
up the 2 networks.
3.
VM Migration can fail.
4.
Proprietary products & protocols
A
Virtual n/w
Server Admin
B
A
Physical n/w
proprietary
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Solutions with Junos Space Virtual Control
Server
Administrator
1.
Clear roles and responsibilities
2.
Automated orchestration between physical and virtual networks
3.
Scalable solution

allows VMs to move freely
4.
Open Architecture
Virtual n/w
A
A
Virtual
Control
A
Network
Administrator
A
A
proprietary
Physical n/w
A
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Junos Space Virtual Control

How does it work
1.
vNetwork Distributed Switch (vDS) is created
2.
This is visible from VMware's centralized management platform called vCenter
3.
VMware provides Web Services APIs to talk to vCenter
4.
Junos Space Virtual Control communicates with vDS using VMware APIs
5.
Junos Space Virtual Control orchestrates between virtual and physical network
….
vCenter Server
(VMware)
vNetwork Distributed Switch
(VMware)
VMware
API
1
3
Virtual Control
5
4
2
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EXISTING PORTFOLIO … HAS SOME GAPS
D
e
n
s
i
t
y
Capacity
10 Gbps
100 Gbps
1 Tbps
1 Gbps
MX80
MX240
MX480
MX960
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MID
-
RANGE & HIGH
-
END ENTERPRISE PORTFOLIO
D
e
n
s
i
t
y
Capacity
Battle
-
tested carrier
-
class Junos features into MR segment
Superior price / performance
10 Gbps
100 Gbps
1 Tbps
1 Gbps
New Platforms
MX80
-
5
MX80
-
10
MX80
-
40
MX80
MX240
MX480
MX960
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MX80 5G/10G/40G PRICING BUNDLES

20x1G MIC
MX80
-
5G
List: $29,500

20x1G MIC + 1x MIC slot
MX80
-
10G
List: $50,000

2x MIC slots + 2x10G
MX80
-
40G
List: $80,000
Bundle Components
MX80
-
AC chassis +
PWR
-
MX80
-
AC
-
S +
MIC
-
3D
-
20GE
-
SFP +
S
-
MX80
-
ADV
-
R +
S
-
MX80
-
Q +
S
-
ACCT
-
JFLOW
-
IN +
Junos WW
(Includes Service MIC
slot)
Upgrade Options:
5G
-
> 10G
10G
-
> 40G
40G
-
> 80G
Remaining Ports & MIC slots restricted through soft license
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K2: New Routing Engines for M
-
series & MX
-
series
Three new Routing Engines

K2 Dual
-
core RE for M320 & M120

K2 Dual
-
core RE for MX (same config as M
for consistency)

K2 Quad
-
core RE for MX
Dual
-
core RE (for M and MX)

Dual
-
core 1.73 Ghz Intel Nehalem processor
with integrated memory architecture

Single core @ 1.73Ghz has better performance
characteristics than Pentium 2Ghz

8 & 16G DDR3 memory

Front pluggable SSDs
Quad
-
core RE (for MX)

Quad
-
core 1.73 Ghz Intel Nehalem processor
with integrated memory architecture

8 & 16G DDR3 memory (upgradeable in
future)

Dual Front pluggable SSDs
Support ALL 32
-
bit features on 64
-
bit JUNOS
FRS: 2H 2010 (K2 + 64
-
bit JUNOS)
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IPV6 SERVICES ON MS
-
PIC/MS
-
DPC
IPv6 NAT Features

IPv6 NAT and IPv6 Stateful Firewall

NAT
-
PT Supported (ICMP ALG)

NAT
-
PT DNS ALG (10.4)

NAT66 supported

NAT64 (10.4)
IPv6 Stateful Firewall

NAT works in conjunction with the Stateful Firewall

Allows the SFW to manage the traffic and then everything can be NATed
IPv6 Softwire

DS
-
Lite (10.4)

4rd or 4over6 or DS
-
Lite without NAT (10.4)
Prototype Available *today* for:

6rd/6to4 (FRS 1H2011)
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T
-
4000
4 Tbps system
3Bpps packet forwarding performance
2x density of competitive platforms

8Tbps in one 7
-
foot rack
240G per slot 2x120G PFE
Per System Capacity (line rate)

192 x 10G ports

16 x 100G ports

48 x 40G ports
394 oversubscribed 10GE ports per system

4 Hercules LCC (16Tbps)

8 TXP LCC (12.8Tbps)

Mixed TXP LCC and
Hercules LCC
Multichassis Hercules
Orderable
in 2011
EVERY T640 & T1600 can be upgraded to T
-
4000
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KEY TAKE
-
AWAYS
Carrier
Business Models
are under tremendous strain

Exponentially increasing demand

Costs threatening to overtake revenues
A
New Network Centric Information Infrastructure
is needed

Mostly Mobile Clients

The New Network

Mega Data Centers
The
New Network

Fewer, More General
-
Purpose Platforms: To Lower CAPEX

Automation Everything That Can Be Automated: To Lower OPEX

Open Software Ecosystem: To Accelerate Innovation & Revenue
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