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  • Tayo Ashiru/[email protected]

    Chief Solutions Manager (2013/09/07)

    Agile Network Agile World

  • Is Your Network Ready?

    Mobility Cloud Computing Big Data Social Network Internet of Things

  • Application Mobility Needs Network Rebuilding

    Static vs Dynamic

    Insecure

    Network

    Unpredictable

    Traffic

    Complex

    Access

    Control

    Inconsistent

    Experience

  • Challenges Introduced by Cloud Computing : Enhanced Security, Virtualization, Excellent Experience

    Private cloud Public cloud

    Internet

    Local processing+ interaction Remote processing + interaction

    1. Security issues on public cloud

    2. Dynamic network adjustment with VM migrations

    3. Better network quality required to ensure user experience

  • Challenges Introduced by New Services Variable Services VS Rigid Network

    1. Faster technology development

    2. Shorter service deployment period

    3. Exponential increase in traffic

    4. Differentiated requirements of various

    services

    6months 12months 18-36months

    6979

    1969 1979 1980 1999 2009

    IETF RFC

    ASIC chip Service Feature & Product

    4998

    2155

    1068 751

  • Challenges Introduced by the Internet of Things Standards, Open, Complex Environment

    1. SecuritySafety

    2. Complex Environment

    3. Standards

    4. Open

  • Challenges to Network Security Single-Point Static Defense VS Multipoint Dynamic Unknown Threats

    BYOD

    Blurred Defense Border

    Diverse Attack Methods

    From Known to Unknown Threats

  • Challenges to Network O&M Personnel Unknown Status, Manual Management

    The network is unaware of user

    experience

    Abundant devices, complex configurations, siloed management

    1. A huge number of access devices

    2. Static configuration

    3. No unified management for wired and wireless networks

  • What Should a Next-Generation Network Do?

    1. Shift the focus from technology, device, and connectivity

    to service and user experience

    2. Shift from single-point management to complete network

    management

    3. Shift from best effort to real-time quality detection on the

    network

    4. Shift from static configuration to dynamic auto deployment

    5. Shift from hardware-defined to software-defined

    Mobility

    Cloud Computing

    Big Data

    Social Network

    Internet of Things

  • Networks Should be More Agile for Services

  • Agile Campus (1) : First to use SDN Architecture in Campus Network

    Super Switch (agile body)

    Campus Controller (smart brain)

    Zero-configuration switch/AP

  • Agile Campus (2): Service & Experience Centered

    Abuja

    Lagos

    Silicon valley

    Mobile Policies, On-demand Resource Allocation,

    Consistent Experience

    Policies, resources

    1. Security policies

    2. QoS policies

    3. Storage policies

    4. Service policies

    Controller

    WAN/Internet User XXX

    Location XXX

    Auto translation

    Policies, resources

    Policies, resources

  • Agile Campus (3): Enable IP Networks Detect Service Quality

    Difficulty in Quality Monitoring on Connectionless Networks

    Multi-input Multi-output

    ? How to evaluate quality

    Single output

    Out-of-band measurement technology: BFD/NQA

    Single input

    An innovation to IP Technology: Huawei iPCA

    (Packet Conservation Algorithm for Internet)

    1. First multi-input-multi-output measurement

    technology

    2. Multi-layer, multi-flow measurement in any

    network scale

  • Wired-to-wireless

    Agile Campus (4) : Wired and Wireless Convergence

    Wireless-to-wired

    =

    1. Virtualizing an AP as a switch port

    2. Unified NMS, device discovery, and configuration

    delivery

    Wired network Wireless network One switch = AP AC =

    1. Managing APs the same way as access switches

    are managed

    2. Zero configuration and deployment of access

    switches

    Access switch Aggregation switch +

  • Agile Campus (5): High-Density Wireless Coverage, Agile Deployment

    Long-distance backhaul Wireless network planner High-density coverage

    Provide 3D Network Planning Tools and Drive

    test mobile phone Wireless network for 57,000 + audience

    in Glasgow Rangers Stadium, Scotland. 10 km P2P: 90 Mbps; P2MP: 55 Mbps

  • Agile Data Center : Cloud Fabric

    Traditional DC Network Architecture

    Computing

    Resources

    Storage Resources

    New DC Network Architecture(simple core, smart edge, Elastic Fabric )

    1CSS/SVF Fabric

    2TRILL Fabric

    3NVO3 Fabric

    ControllerService chain

    Computing Resources Storage Resources

    3 Types of Fabrics for 3 Different Scenarios

  • Agile WAN 1: More Bandwidth, StabilityEasy-to-manage

    GMPLS-UNI Collaborative

    Traffic

    Forwarding

    Collaborative

    Protection

    Collaborative

    O&M

    1. First core router in the world that support

    1TB cards

    2. 100G wavelength division device, 4000 km without

    REG, copper based G-Fast innovations

    3. DCI: Large-capacity (8TB/fiber), High reliability

    (99.9999%), low-latency

    4. U2000: manages router, switch, transport, access,

    wireless products

  • Agile WAN (2)Use SDN Architecture in WAN Network

    WAN Controller

    Abuja

    Kogi

    Bauchi

    Delta

    Kano

    Edo

    Lagos

    Kaduna

    Use SDN Architecture in WAN

    Network .Centralized traffic control improves

    link utilization to more than 90%.

  • Agile Branch Network (1): All in One + Cloud Gateway

    switch

    AP+AC

    router

    firewall

    =

    voice gateway

    One device One network

    1. Right control on public cloud

    3. Collaboration on public cloud, private

    cloud, and local resources

    Cloud Gateway

    2. Local service survival

  • Collaborative Security Protection Distributed Dynamic Detection, Active Defense

    Security policy collaboration

    1. Big data analysis for security events,

    collaborative defense

    2. Auto Identification and Isolation of

    threats

    3. Traffic cleaning and active defense to

    threats

    Controller

    iSOC

    Anti-ddos

    SVN

    NG firewall

    Sandbox

    Security center

  • Smooth Evolution to SDN: Service First, Dual-Plane Network

    1. Dual-plane network

    2. Incremental deployment

    3. Smooth transition

    Controller

    Extended plane

    right, security, QoS, storage

    Traditional routing plane

    MSTP, OSPF

  • Innovation

    First agile switch: CE12700

    Mobile service, on-demand resource

    allocation, Consistent Experience

    Enable IP networks to detect quality

    Consistent experience for wired and

    wireless users

    Campus First 1T router card in core router

    Best IP+ optical synergy

    Employ SDN, improve link utilization from

    30% to 90%+.

    WAN One device = one network

    Cloud experience/cloud security/cloud

    resources

    Branch Biggest elastic core switch: CE12800

    Auto cloud service deployment

    Computing & storage converged

    foundation network

    DCN

    Enable networks to be more agile for services

  • Copyright2012 Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. All Rights Reserved. The information in this document may contain predictive statements including, without limitation, statements regarding the future financial and operating results, future product portfolio, new technology, etc. There are a number of factors that could cause actual results and developments to differ materially from those expressed or implied in the predictive statements. Therefore, such information is provided for reference purpose only and constitutes neither an offer nor an acceptance. Huawei may change the information at any time without notice.

    Thank you www.huawei.com