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Evolving trends in high performance infrastructure. Andrew F. Bach Chief Architect FSI – Juniper Networks. Agenda. The Need For High Performance. 5. 4. 1. 2. 3. The challenge. The limitations today . Resulting trends. Impact on Data center Infrastructure. Agenda.

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Evolving trends in high performance infrastructure

Evolving trends in high performance infrastructure

Andrew F. Bach

Chief Architect FSI – Juniper Networks


Agenda

Agenda

  • The Need For High Performance

5

4

1

2

3

The challenge

The limitations today

Resulting trends

Impact on Data center Infrastructure


Agenda1

Agenda

  • The Need For High Performance

5

4

1

2

3

Thechallenge

The limitations

A better solution

Junipers products and next steps


Transactions become bandwidth distributed to the financial community terabits sec from opra system

Transactions become Bandwidth Distributed to the Financial Community (Terabits/Sec) from OPRA system


400 years of rapid technology adoption

400+ years of rapid technology adoption

  • And a rich history of technology innovation in markets…

    • First stock ticker to disseminate data (1867)

    • First telephones on the trading floors (1878)

    • First electronic ticker display board (1966)

    • Wireless handheld devices on Trading floors 15 years before ipad invented (1995)

    • Industry’s first private network offeringglobal connectivity

    • Industry’s private network exceeds 1TbS


Agenda2

Agenda

  • The Need For Speed

5

4

1

2

3

The challenge

The limitations

A better solution

Junipers products and next steps


Fss challenges

FSS Challenges

  • Regulatory model is driving change

    • Requirement for long term retention of data

    • Requirement to archive meta data

    • Real time risk management is now required

  • FSS is evolving to a commodity industry

    • Time to market must be faster

    • Product life time is shorting

    • Margins are reducing driving OPEX reduction

  • Technology adoption is continuing to accelerating to meet accelerating business needs

    • Fuel the race to the triple crown of technology (0 cost, 0 latency, 0 time to market);Technology is a strategic weapon

    • Bandwidth demand continues to grow at 30% - 50% per year.

    • Comprehensive management and orchestration of the data center

  • Fundamental new architectures are required

    • Flat Clos like architectures

    • Tightly coupled datacenter network to the wide area optical network

    • Tightly couple the Networks and the servers - SDN


Evolving trends in high performance infrastructure

A typical challenge

Gateway

Symbol routing risk management

Customer

TOR

TOR

Matching engine

CORE

CORE

TOR

TOR

CORE

CORE

TOR

TOR

TOR

TOR

Trade Plant Size:

≈ 100 Servers

≈ 1500 Ports

Grand Total ≈150.0µS


Agenda3

Agenda

  • The Need For Speed

5

4

1

2

3

The challenge

The limitations today

A better solution

Junipers products and next steps


L a t e n c y r e d u c t ion t r e n ds tor

LATENCYREDUCTIONTRENDS (TOR)

2008201020112012 2013

Ethernet is narrowingthegapto Infiniband;industrytracking to <450nsin2013


Slowing of processor speed

Slowing of processor speed


The trade off axis

THE TRADE OFF AXIS

RELIABILITY

FEATURE VELOCITY

LATENCY

SCALE


Agenda4

Agenda

  • The Need For Speed

5

4

1

2

3

The challenge

The limitations

Resulting trends

Junipers products and next steps


Evolving trends in high performance infrastructure

A different approach - Distributed computing

Symbol routing embedded in TOR

Risk Management embedded in TOR

Customer

Matching engine

NIC

CORE

TOR

TOR

NIC

CORE

TOR

TOR

Trade Plant Size:

≈ 60 Servers

≈ 1000 Ports

Data pre/post processing

Grand Total ≈100.0µS Reduced by 50µS


Applications embedded networking the new way to reduce latency and cost

Applications Embedded Networking – the new way to reduce latency and cost

  • The race to zero is ending

    • at about 200 – 500NS for a reasonable switch

    • Need to focus on a different approach

  • Imbed application snippets into the switching fabric

    • Lower latency

    • Eliminates servers

    • Reduces network ports

  • Imbed snippets at the control or data plane of the network

    • Application can be embedded in a VM in the switch of into a FPGA in the data path of the switch


Return of the clos data center fabrics

Return of the Clos data center Fabrics

100% of all National market da runs on JNPR

All US markets distribute market data over JNPR

90% Allequity order flow

Data Center 1 Layer

Carrier Hotel

CustomerConnections


Data center simplification lower cost and ease of use

Data Center Simplification Lowercost and ease of use

  • Four architectures for a data center, all the same building blocks

    • Stand alone TOR’s

    • MC-LAG

    • Virtual Chassis

    • Fabric

  • Solutions range from classic to fabric

  • All share common management support

  • All are SDN enabled and support advanced management tools and scripting


Wan fss building their own private carrier networks

WAN – FSS building their own private carrier networks

  • Lease a service/cloud

    • Shared service

    • Reduced agility

    • Resiliency tested at failure time

    • Easy solution – no need for a technical staff

    • Good solution for a medium to small firm

  • Build and operate a private cloud

    • Dedicated service

    • Rapidly adaptable to meet changing requirements

    • Customer defines and validates resiliency, easing regulatory compliance

    • Needs a small skilled staff

    • Lower cost as third parties profit is removed


Agenda5

Agenda

  • The Need For Speed

5

4

1

2

3

The challenge

The limitations

A better solution

Impact on the data center infrastructure


Impact on compute and network

Impact on Compute and network

  • Centralize processing where you can distribute where you must

    • Processors and network switches and hitting natural limits

    • To achieve a high performance infrastructure compute resource must be distributed

    • Optimize computing in the Server, NIC(FPGA), and network Switches(VM’s and FPGA’s) – not just one place

  • Drive to Clos fabrics

    • Heavy East – West Traffic

    • Compounded Bandwidth growth > 20% per year

    • All networks become virtual


Bandwidth demands

Bandwidth demands

  • Servers will be requiring 40G

  • As CPU cores increase by 2016 server bandwidth will need 40G

  • High end servers will need 100G

  • Servers at 100G will drive the need for network links of 400G and 1T


Impact of sdn nfv orchestration

Impact of SDN/NFV/Orchestration

  • Manages virtual fiber plant

  • Controls the adds/moves/changes from the servers via overlays

  • Increased need to design the cable plant correct and for a longer life

  • Merging of network, server, and storage teams into one


Thank you

Thank you!


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