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ALCATEL-LUCENT ENTERPRISE AUTOMATE YOUR DATA CENTER BY VIRTUALIZING YOUR NETWORK. March 2013. AGENDA. A New Era Requires Change in the Data Center Virtualization Technology Takes Hold Steps Towards Automating the Data Center Data Center Fabric Coordinated Virtual Infrastructure

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alcatel lucent enterprise automate your data center by virtualizing your network

ALCATEL-LUCENT ENTERPRISEAUTOMATE YOUR DATA CENTER BY VIRTUALIZING YOUR NETWORK

March 2013

agenda
AGENDA
  • A New Era Requires Change in the Data Center
  • Virtualization Technology Takes Hold
  • Steps Towards Automating the Data Center

Data Center Fabric

Coordinated Virtual Infrastructure

  • The Application Fluent Programmable Network
  • Conclusion
unprecedented change in application delivery
UNPRECEDENTED CHANGE IN APPLICATION DELIVERY

PUBLIC CLOUD

PRIVATE CLOUD

Applications

VIRTUALIZATION

Servers

Network

Corporate Data Center Site 1

Corporate Data Center Site 2

Data Center

New Devices

New Technology

New Applications

vitualization causes disruption
VITUALIZATION CAUSES DISRUPTION

INFRASTRUCTURE

USERS

SERVICE

DATA

APPLICATION

VIRTUALIZATION

MOBILITY

CONSUMERIZATION

DATA CENTER

APPLICATIONS AVAILABLE ANYWHERE ON ANY DEVICE

now it is all about automation
NOW IT IS ALL ABOUT AUTOMATION

NETWORK

  • Computing is now completely flexible but the data center network is not
  • The network and the applications are operating effectively in silos
    • The network today has little awareness of applications
    • Virtual application control systems are unaware of the network
  • Any attempt to improve resource utilization likely delivers a suboptimal result

GLOBAL CONTROL

Applications

DISTRIBUTED CONTROL

VIRTUAL WORKLOADS MEANS NEW REQUIREMENTS TO ENABLE AUTOMATION

network investment has entered the cio council s top 5 priorities for the first time ever
NETWORK INVESTMENT HAS ENTERED THE CIO COUNCIL’S TOP 5 PRIORITIES — FOR THE FIRST TIME EVER.

ADVANCED NETWORKING NOW TOP OF MIND

Source: Forrester’s annual CIO Council priorities survey, Q1 2011

data center network transformation
DATA CENTER NETWORK TRANSFORMATION
  • COMPUTING as a SERVICE
  • Elastic, on-demand computing
  • Application Plug and Play
  • End-to-end performance
  • NETWORK
  • VIRTUALIZATION
  • Business workload agility
  • SDN for optimized service
  • Open DC eco-system
  • SERVER
  • VIRTUALIZATION
  • 10G servers
  • Low latency
  • Profile for VM Motion
  • CLIENT-SERVER
  • 1 App - 1 server
moving to a fabric

MOVING TO A FABRIC

AUTOMATING THE NETWORK

when the network becomes a fabric
WHEN THE NETWORK BECOMES A FABRIC

Routers

LOW LATENCY – ALL PATHS ACTIVE

VIRTUALIZATION AUTOMATION

Switches

TOR

TOR

TRACKING, MONITORING TOOLS

TOR

TOR

Server VMs

SCALABLE, FLEXIBLE, LOW TCO

TOR

TOR

OPEN STANDARD BASED FABRIC

SAN

applications are managed as a service

THE NETWORK UNDERSTANDS

EACH APPLICATION

THE NETWORK AUTOMATICALLY

MANAGES APPLICATIONS

APPLICATIONS ARE MANAGED AS A SERVICE

NETWORK PROFILE

NP

Data center fabric

automated vm mobility
AUTOMATED VM MOBILITY

TOR

TOR

TOR

TOR

TOR

NP2

NP1

NP

NP

  • VM Classification
  • Profile Association
    • QoS
    • Security
    • Priority
    • Bandwidth
  • Automated VM Mobility
  • Network Follows the VM
  • Transparent to DC Interconnect

VM1

VM2

application provisioning and visibility
APPLICATION PROVISIONING AND VISIBILITY

VM LIVE/HISTORICAL SEARCH

TOR

TOR

TOR

TOR

TOR

NP2

NP1

NP

NP

NP

NP

NP

VM1

VM2

Create NP Profiles

Bulk Provisioning across the fabric

DATA CENTER INVENTORY SEEN THROUGH 2 INTERFACES:

NETWORK MANAGEMENT AND HYPERVISOR

software defined networks

SOFTWARE DEFINED NETWORKS

AUTOMATION FOR THE DATA CENTER

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PROGRAM

APPS

SLA

HA

QoS

HYPERVISORS

STORAGE

NETWORK

COMPUTE

ONE COORDINATED VIRTUAL INFRASTRUCTURE

a coordinated virtual infrastructure
A COORDINATED VIRTUAL INFRASTRUCTURE

THREE KEY ELEMENTS

NETWORK

  • PROGRAMMABILITY
  • Link between application and network
  • Orchestrated activity to optimize performance
  • Cross-referenced performance visibility

GLOBAL CONTROL

Applications

  • FROM APPLICATION AWARENESS TO APPLICATION FLUENCY
  • Network automatically reacts to virtualized workloads
  • Dynamic tuning of network traffic handling

GLOBAL CONTROLVIEW

  • GLOBAL CONTROL VIEW
  • Improve local decisions making
  • Export view to application control
software defined network architecture
SOFTWARE DEFINED NETWORK ARCHITECTURE

SDN LAYER

SDN APPLICATIONS

SDN APPLICATIONS

SDN APPLICATIONS

Programmability

Global control view

CONTROLLER

Programmability

PHYSICAL NETWORK

Applicationfluent

NETWORKSWITCH

NETWORKSWITCH

NETWORKSWITCH

NETWORKSWITCH

NETWORKSWITCH

NETWORKSWITCH

the application fluent programmable network

The Application Fluent Programmable Network

Alcatel-Lucent Approach to Deliver Automated Data Centers

alcatel lucent s application fluent approach
ALCATEL-LUCENT’S APPLICATION FLUENT APPROACH
  • Recognized the need for enterprise networks to be more aware of the applications
  • Follow a collaborative approach for network control
    • Maintain distributed and autonomous decision making
    • Augment with global view
  • Increased embedded knowledge on applications, users and devices
  • Increased ability for each network node to take autonomous action
  • Developed links between existing network management platforms and application control platforms

BRINGING TOGETHER APPLICATIONS AND NETWORK

SINCE 2010

ARCHITECTURE

CONTROL

OPERATIONS

the alcatel lucent mesh
THE ALCATEL-LUCENT MESH

ALCATEL LUCENT ENTERPRISE MESH

OS10K

OS10K

POD

5x40G

6900

6900

240

6900

6900

POD

6900

6900

  • Max Server Ports
  • (2 Core Switches)
  • 14,400
  • Max Switching Capacity
  • 169 Tb/s
  • Over Subscription Rate*
  • 1.8 :1
  • Power per Server Port
  • 5Watts
  • # 48U Racks
  • 10 Racks

6900

6900

6900

6900

2μs latency

6900

6900

5μs Aggregate Latency*

  • Any-to-any 10/40 GigE connectivity
  • Virtual Network Profile (vNP)
  • Fiber Channel over Ethernet
  • Network virtualized with SPB
    • Multi-site private Cloud
    • Hybrid Cloud services

*Assuming Server to Server Traffic 70% within a Pod, 20% between Pods and 10% Via Core

alcatel lucent s one coordinated virtual infrastructure
ALCATEL-LUCENT’S ONE COORDINATED VIRTUAL INFRASTRUCTURE

SERVICES

  • Plug-N-Play
  • Open standards

ON-BOARDING

APPLICATION FLUENCY

APPLICATION ANALYSIS

ADJUST

VitalQIP

ORCHESTRATION

ABSTRATION LAYER

Global Control View

Registration and discovery

VIRTUAL INFRASTRUCTURE

PHYSICAL INFRASTRUCTURE

VIRTUAL APPLICATIONS

OpenTouch

End user

Appliance

Hypervisor

  • Single pane of glass
  • Vendor agnostic

Network services

Controller

Custom verticals

vSwitch

first use case of enterprise sdn
FIRST USE CASE OF ENTERPRISE SDN

IT TRAFFIC

  • Problem space
    • Massive data transfer requirements
    • High volume of very “bursty” traffic
    • Standard Ethernet Switches not optimized
  • CandIT Media SDN2 Solution
    • High performance media networking
      • CandIT-Media SDN Controller takes control
      • Creates Multipath Lossless and load balanced media network
  • Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise OmniSwitch 6900
    • Multi-hop PFC and 802.3x Flow Control
    • Buffer mgmt, scheduling & bandwidth control
    • L2/L3 protocols, multi-path
    • Programmability without operational interruption

20%

40%

20%

Switch

MEDIA TRAFFIC

Excess of packets

50%

40%

50%

Switch

ALCATEL-LUCENT ENTERPRISE DELIVERING ON SDN VISION WITH PRACTICAL USE CASE

facilitate solution adoption and maximize business value
FACILITATE SOLUTION ADOPTIONAND MAXIMIZE BUSINESS VALUE

TEAMING WITH PARTNERS

SPECIALISTADVISE

SEAMLESSINTEGRATION

INCREASE EXPERTISE

PROTECTINVESTMENT

key takeaways
KEY TAKEAWAYS
  • Consumer led revolution has changed society for the long term
  • Virtualization Trend Accelerating
    • Driven by need for better user experience w reduce costs
  • Automation for the data center becoming critical
  • Data center networking undergoing significant evolution
    • Deploy a fully featured fabric
      • Low latency multipath
      • Automated virtual mobility
    • Prepare for Software Defined Networking
      • End to end solution for enterprise scale networks
      • Solution focused on human experience
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