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1 Web Traffic Offload of MPLS Networks Jeff Bird, RSM Zscaler

2 © 2013 Forrester Research, Inc. Reproduction Prohibited2 Top multinational enterprise network & telecoms priorities “Which of the following initiatives are likely to be your firm's top telecom adoption priorities over the next 12 months?” Base: 954 Telecoms decision-makers at firms with 1,000 or more employees who are responsible for multicountry or global network and telecoms technology decisions (“critical priority” and “high priority” responses); Source: Forrsights Networks And Telecommunications Survey, Q1 2013

3 © 2013 Forrester Research, Inc. Reproduction Prohibited3  Workforces are both increasingly distributed, and mobile.  Globalizing business operations demands a highly reliable and resilient corporate network.  Globalization resets business, customer and employee expectations about speed of responsiveness and decisions, and for team collaboration.  The more internationally distributed a firm’s operations, the bigger the challenge to deliver consistent apps performance.  Security becomes a big issue around Web Apps Business globalization drives need for a highly available and reliable international site-to-site network

4 © 2013 Forrester Research, Inc. Reproduction Prohibited4 MPLS interest is driven mostly by perceptions of “value for spend” Reasons for using MPLS - ranked Need more QoS network capacity Need high network reliability, and predictability Want to improve user experience with collaboration and productivity apps Need to upgrade network to support new enterprise communications apps Want a simplified WAN infrastructure Want to improve access to internally hosted, and off-premises hosted and cloud applications Want data traffic routing control including QoS Need a modern and future-proof network Need to integrate disparate networks globally

5 © 2013 Forrester Research, Inc. Reproduction Prohibited5 The Age of Mobility (it’s about the Web apps!) Drivers  Workplace virtualization  Collaboration (internal, external)  Consumerization (bring-your-own devices, apps) IT Challenges  Manage growing complexity (endpoint, network, information security)  Cost management – licenses, IT support  Direct technology purchases (BYO-T) risk bypass of IT standards Customer and employee expectations of more, easy to use, mobile apps will change how business is done

6 © 2013 Forrester Research, Inc. Reproduction Prohibited6 Virtualization success rides on getting your Cloud strategy right  Most firms are keen to consolidate data centers  A majority will adopt hybrid cloud – own DC + virtual private cloud &/or public cloud (e.g., Office 365, Salesforce, Dropbox, gMail)  Many will migrate UC&C app to SaaS models  All virtualizing firms are beefing up network security  Most firms will shift network and security management towards 3 rd party services to help move forward faster and better …  Common thread here is more Web traffic…

7 Is MPLS Dead or Have These Reports Been Greatly Exaggerated? ©2013 Zscaler, Inc. All rights reserved. 7

8 Why? The Cloud Goes (Went) Enterprise! On-the-go Home or Hotel Regional Office Regional Gateway Sales from the road on iPAD Office from everywhere Marketing user groups Training videos from iPhone Corporate storage Cloud Services Business Critical HQ APT/0Day DLP Users Applications Personal or business Use

9 — Impact — 3 Trends Transforming Network & Security Users work from home or on-the-go Users who BYOD Cloud-based applications used by an enterprise employees use Facebook at work

10 1 GB Traditional MPLS Networking – Hub & Spoke NEW YORK HQ: SAN JOSE SEATTLEATLANTA DATACENTER INTERNET For Internet Access also provision a 1 Gbps Dedicated Internet Line at the “hub” datacenter 4 Provision a T3 (45 Mbps) per site to provide connectivity to the MPLS network 2 T3 Provision a 1 Gbps Ethernet circuit to provide the “hub” datacenter connectivity to the MPLS network 3 1 GB MPLS PROVIDER Contact a MPLS Service Provider & Architect 1

11 Is This The Best Way to Provide Internet Access? NEW YORK HQ: SAN JOSE SEATTLE ATLANTA DATACENTER INTERNET 1 GB MPLS PROVIDER T3 1 GB By volume often 70%+ of MPLS backhauled traffic is Internet bound or Web Traffic port 80 & 443 MPLS Bandwidth is more expensive than commodity Direct Internet Access $$$$$$$

12 1 GB “Direct 2 Net” Split Tunnel Path to Insecurity? NEW YORK HQ: SAN JOSE SEATTLE ATLANTA DATACENTER INTERNET T3 1 GB MPLS PROVIDER Layers of appliances (FW, IPS, AV, DLP, NGFW, BA) are deployed at the “hub” datacenter to secure Internet access! Branch router security (UTM) is one approach to secure local Internet access… … but keeping policy consistent and providing per user policy and reporting/visibility is a nightmare Easy way out is to still backhaul… So is MPLS Dead?

13 The Web Traffic Offload Approach with Zscaler NEW YORK HQ: SAN JOSE SEATTLE ATLANTA DATACENTER INTERNET Reduce the size of the MPLS links to a T1 (1.5Mbps) instead of a T3 Link (45 Mbps) and save $$ 2 T1 Reduce the size of the Internet access at the datacenter. Simplify Network & Security and save $$ MB MPLS PROVIDER Purchase inexpensive local Internet access at the branches (often faster/lower latency!) and save $$ 1 INTERNET ISP 100 MB Offload your Web traffic to the Zscaler Cloud for security processing! 4

14 What Does Typical Security Look Like Today? Regional Office Home or Hotspot HQ On-the-go Social Media Cloud Apps Mobile Apps Botnet Exploits Proxy Server APT/Bot Gateway Application Awaerness URL Web-Filter Antivirus-Filter WAN/SSL Accleration Load Balancer DLP SSL/IPSec VPN

15 What Does Zscaler Do? Block the bad, protect the good NO HARDWARE | NO SOFTWARE Regional Office Home or Hotspot HQ On-the-go Social Media Cloud Apps Mobile Apps Botnet Exploits

16 Can It Scale? ©2013 Zscaler, Inc. All rights reserved. 16  The name Zscaler stands for the Zenith of Scalability  Every day Zscaler processes more than 12 billion transactions through our cloud from 4,500 customers in 183 countries  Our cloud operates in 110+ datacenters across 12 world class service providers 400M Tweets Per Day 5B Searches Per Day 4.7B Likes Per Day < 12B Transactions Per Day * October 2013 Statistics

17 Zscaler’s 110 Datacenters – 4000 Customers Active Data Centers October 2013 Amsterdam Los Angeles Mexico City Chicago I, II Toronto New York Washington DC I, II Atlanta I, II Miami Sao Paulo Johannesburg Oslo Frankfurt I, II Gdansk Stockholm Moscow Mumbai Singapore Sydney Hong Kong Tokyo Madrid Taipei Dubai Kuwait City Cape Town San Francisco Sunnyvale Santiago Amman Dallas I, II Denver Paris London Bern Chennai Riyadh Cairo Lima Kuala Lumpur ©2013 Zscaler, Inc. All rights reserved. 17

18 Zscaler: Leader & the Most Visionary Secure Web Gateway Magic Quadrant …the fastest-growing vendor… …earned the strongest score in Completeness of Vision… …cloud has the largest global footprint… …Zscaler is a very good candidate for most enterprises … “ ” ©2013 Zscaler, Inc. All rights reserved. 18

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