Future Network

Director in HPE, Vice Chair ETSI NFV em Hewlett Packard Enterprise
22 de May de 2013

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  1. © Copyright 2012 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice. FutureNetworks Marie-Paule Odini – HP CMS CT Office
  2. © Copyright 2012 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice. Macroforces
  3. 25M apps 4B people online 31B connected devices 450B online interactions, per day
  4. Digital Native Behaviour Recent study of teenagers and their Mobile phone / Smartphone usage Texts per month? Minutes on voice per month? 4072 texts 17 minutes of talk time ......
  5. Accelerating Innovation & Change The InternetClient/Server Mobile, Social, Big Data & The Cloud Database ERP CRM SCM HCM HCM PLM MRM Amazon Web Services OpSource IBM GoGrid Rackspace Joyent Tata Communications Datapipe PPM Alterian Hyland LimeLightNetDocuments NetReach OpenText PaperHost Xerox Google HP Microsoft SLI Systems EMC IntraLinks Jive Software Qvidian Sage SugarCRM Volusion Xactly Zoho Adobe Avid Corel Microsoft Paint.NET Serif Yahoo CyberShift Saba Softscape Sonar6 Ariba Yahoo! Quadrem Elemica Kinaxis CCC DCC SCM Cost Management Order Entry Product Configurator Bills of Material Engineering Claim Processing Inventory Manufacturing Projects Quality Control Business Education Entertainment Games Lifestyle Music Navigation News Photo & Video Productivity Reference Social Networking Sport Travel Utilities every 60 seconds 400,710 ads requests 2000 lyrics played on Tunewiki 1,500 pings sent on PingMe 34,597 people are using Zinio 208,333 minutes Angry Birds played 23,148 apps downloaded Unisys Burroughs Hitachi NEC Bull Fijitsu ADP VirtualEdge Cornerstone onDemand CyberShift Workbrain Kenexa Saba Softscape Sonar6 SuccessFactors Taleo Workday Workscape Exact Online Intacct NetSuite SAP NetSuite Plex Systems Cash Management Accounts Receivable Fixed AssetsCosting Billing Time and Expense Activity Management Payroll Training Time & Attendance Rostering Sales tracking & Marketing Commissions Service Data Warehousing 98,000 tweets Finance Facebook LinkedIn TripIt Pinterest Zynga Zynga Baidu Twitter Twitter Yammer Atlassian Atlassian MobilieIronSmugMug SmugMug Atlassian Amazon AmazoniHandy PingMe PingMe Associatedcontent Flickr Snapfish YouTube Tumblr. Urban Scribd. Pandora Mixi CYworld Qzone Renren Xing Yandex Yandex Heroku RightScale New Relic AppFog Bromium Splunk CloudSigma cloudability kaggle nebula Parse ScaleXtreme SolidFire Zillabyte dotCloud BeyondCore Mozy Viber Fring Toggl MailChimp Quickbooks Hootsuite Foursquare buzzd Dragon DictioneBay SuperCam UPS Mobile Fed Ex Mobile Scanner Pro DocuSign HP ePrint iSchedule Khan Academy BrainPOP myHomework Cookie Doodle Ah! Fasion Girl Mainframe • Change how technology is consumed & value it can bring • Open up new business models • Remove current inhibitors & unleash power of innovation New technology access methods
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  8. © Copyright 2012 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice.9
  10. - what were we talking about last year? Megatrends 2012 • Analytics/Big Data - $1.5B market in 2011, CAGR 8.2% • Globalization - Everything & everyone becoming connected • Social networking/communications - Rapidly replacing email & SMS • Ecosystem players - Apple & Google dominate, Amazon will emerge • Machine to Machine (M2M) - 15B connected devices, $300B revenue 2012 Everything to the cloud
  11. - what is shaping the behavior of our customer for the next 3 years… Megatrends 2013 - 2016 • Integrated Ecosystems - Amazon Appstore in 200 countries and growing , Facebook … • The Internet of Things - 50B connected devices by 2015 - 143M in 2012 to +300M cellular M2M connections by 2016 • Mobile Device Battle - Android, iOS, Win 8, Samsung domination • LTE & broadband everywhere - Traffic explosion, video, VoLTE, OTT - 72 countries by end 2013, 195 commercial • Virtualization, NFV-SDN - Re-engineering , flexibility, software - 260 attendees at ETSI NFV in April LTE deployed LTE deploying
  12. Size – Complexity – Rate of Change What’s Changed? Internet/ WAN Aggregation Core Data Center/Clouds Edge Distribution Core Campus/Branch/Mobile Explosion Server Edge IaaS PaaS SaaS NaaS* Too many specialized appliances There is no perimeter any longer Ability to change policy too slow for virtualization Poor multi- tenancy support Speeds are 100G+ Everything as a Service * Network as a Service Explosion of network traffic & size Connected devices
  13. Can no longer turn a blind eye Systemic Network Architecture Issues • Network utilization not optimized • Appliances no longer fast enough • Chokepoints exist everywhere Inefficiency • Managing enormous sea of devices can be overwhelming • Too easy to make configuration mistakes • Too many protocols involved Complexity • Ability to change configuration in a timely manner is difficult • Poor ability to respond to workload changes • Static routes & SLAs, too difficult and too slow to introduce new services Rigidity
  14. What is NFV Abstraction of Virtual Machines from physical hardware • VM Controller acts a centralized software program for VM’s • Centralized intelligence of virtual to physical relationships • Dynamic and programmable VM, Storage & Network • HP Implements via variety of methods including VMWare & KVM • HP leading NFV standardization at ETSI Key Benefits • Provides opportunity for rapid instantiation of new machines • Use cases for all types of Data Centers from SMB to Carrier • Can enable simplified management VM Controller Applications x86 VM’s OS’ VM Model VMController - architecture that leverages IT technology for the Network Hypervisor
  15. What is SDN Abstraction of control plane from forwarding hardware • Network control plane as a centralized software program • Centralized intelligence of network topology • Dynamic and programmable network, interaction with applications • Implemented via variety of methods including OpenFlow protocol • Contributing in ATIS SDN Landscape team Key Benefits • Provides opportunity for rapid innovation in networking • Use cases for all types of networks including Enterprise Campus, Service Provider, Cloud, Data Center • Can enable simplified management through network virtualization Applications Infrastructure Network OS Network API SDN Model ControlPlane - an emerging software based virtual network architecture
  16. Top NFV Telco Priorities Solution Description Benefit of NFV Virtual EPC Core LTE (MME, PGW, SGW) Cost (COTS), scalability Virtual Appliance Firewall, NAT, Isec, VPN, etc Cost reduction (COTS), flexibility (SW download) Virtual CPE consumer Set top box, ADSL router Opex reduction , SW download, colocation of applications on COTS Virtual IMS CSCF, HSS, MRF, PCRF Cost reduction, scalability (up & down), colocation Virtual Base Station and Cloud RAN BTS, RAN, small Cell on COTS and SW , VM Cost reduction COTS, colocation of application (ie Radio, CDN) , controller in Cloud for multiple BTS (central mgt) Virtual CPE enterprise Enterprise Firewall, NAT, Time to deploy (SW download) ,
  17. © Copyright 2012 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice.19 Content ID Database DNS World IP Partition CDN Mng, Logger CDN & ISP Admin Portal CDN Mgt (Fault, Perf, Config) End Point Use Case NFV-SDN: CDN (Content Delivery Network) Tracker Topology DNS OSS Logger Level One: The Control Plane Level Two: The Regional service Level Three: The End points local caching SDN Controller SDN Controller SDN Controller API CDN Management routing routing routing
  18. traffic rerouted via SDN to virtualized IMS Core Use Case NFV-SDN: Virtualized IMS infrastructure Virtual IMS SDN Cloud (virtual Data Center) IMS Service #1 IMS Service #2 IMS Service #3 Ex: M2M Mobile Fixed SDN Switch SDN controllers SDN network NW applications Ex: M2M device application Traffic Control Policies Traffic
  19. open standards enabling many partners PAN HP NFV - SDN NetworkingCompute & Storage Hypervisors Controllers Application Resource Management & Orchestration Application • HP Telco applications (HSS, CSCF, IVR, CDN) on NFV • 3rd party application testing & certification • Standards-based application integration APIs • Centralized resource fulfillment and assurance • Hypervisor and network vendor independence • HP OpenFlow controller (beta) • Partnerships with all major hypervisor vendors • Blade system Matrix, 3PAR Storage • OpenFlow enabled switches • 750+ Private Cloud and Public Clouds with HP CloudSystem HPN CMS Pan-HP COTS OSS
  20. © Copyright 2012 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice.22 Slide 22 DEMYSTIFY VIRTUALIZATION IPSEC POC on HP HW – DL 380 Gen 8  Widely accepted that virtualisation reduces performance compared to running on “bare metal” but here’s a real application where it improves performance:  Scalable IPsec solutions are required for FONera roaming WiFi and LTE services. Investigated lowest cost IPsec solution for BT’s FON WiFi service. Requirements: Null encryption, 3DES IKE, ~80Kbps/tunnel, millions tunnels, high tunnel set-up rate. Tested the KAME solution bundled in the Linux kernel (Ubuntu 10.04 LTS) achieved 7K tunnels. Used KVM (redhat 6.3) with Ubuntu 10.04 LTS virtual machines IPsectunnelsperDL360server Number of E5-2667 Cores 3.2Gbps 3.8Gbps Packetsdropped! 1.2G Tunnel set-up rate = 100/sec  Bottleneck was a single core being used to terminate all IPsec tunnels.  How to use more CPU cores?  Rewrite the code   Or use KVM and run multiple virtual Linux kernels to load share the IPsec tunnels across multiple cores  Without Virtualisation With Virtualisation Source: BT , shared in multiple public events
  21. NFV – Network Functions Virtualization Network application running on COTS HW Centralized Management of E2E: Infrastructure, Virtualization & Apps Automated elasticity (scale up & down) Network Application running in a Virtual Machine 4 different levels of maturity Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 Level 4
  22. Phased approach for service providers 2013-2015 NFV-SDN Projects Single- purpose elements Control Plane Application Plane Data Plane • Move telco applications to NFV (ie IMS, EPC, Cloud base station ): SW based & Cloud solutions • Introduce Openflow (switches and controller) NFV-SDN Cloud 2014-2016 Control Plane Applications Plane Infrastructure Plane SaaS Services Virtual Service Providers SaaS Services SP#5 Infrastructure Plane Control Plane SP#4 (SDN IaaS) Applications PlaneSDN API SP#3 (SDN ASP) SP#2 (mobile) SP#1 (fixed) 2015-2020
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