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1 Slide Type Juniper Networks Large Venue Template / 16x9 / V6 Executive Intro Slide JUNIPER METAFABRIC Westcon 5 daagse Washid Lootfun Sr. Pre-Sales Engineer FEBRUARY, 2014

2 Slide Type Juniper Networks Large Venue Template / 16x9 / V6 META-FABRIC ARCHITECTURE PILLARS Save time,improve performance Elastic (Scale-out) Fabrics Qfabric Virtual Chassis Virtual Chassis Fabric Smart Easy to deploy & use Mix- and match deployment One OS Universal buidling block for any network architecture Seamless 1GE  10GE  40GE  100GE upgrades Simple Maximize flexibility Open Standards-based interfaces L2,L3 MPLS Open SDN protocol support, VxLAN, OVSDB, OpenFlow IT Automation via Open Interfaces; Vmware, Puppet, Checf, Python JUNOS Scripting & SDK Standard Optics Open

3 Slide Type Juniper Networks Large Venue Template / 16x9 / V6 METAFABRIC ARCHITECTURE PORTFOLIO Flexible building blocks; simple switching fabrics Switching Universal data center gateways Routing Smart automation and orchestration tools Management Simple and flexible SDN capabilities SDN Adaptive security to counter data center threats Data Center Security Reference architectures and professional services Solutions & Services

4 Slide Type Juniper Networks Large Venue Template / 16x9 / V6 Executive Intro Slide EX SWITCHES

5 Slide Type Juniper Networks Large Venue Template / 16x9 / V6 Blank SlideTitle and Content 1-Line EX SERIES PRODUCT FAMILY One JUNOS Network Director FIXED EX2200 EX2200-C EX2200 EX2200-C EX3300 EX4200 EX4300 Entry Level Access Switches Proven Access Switch Versatile Access Switch Powerful Aggregation Switch ACCESS MODULAR EX6210 EX8208 EX8216 EX8208 EX8216 EX9204 EX9208 EX9214 EX9204 EX9208 EX9214 Dense Access/ Aggregation Switch Core/ Aggregation Switch Programmable Core/Distribution Switch AGGREGATION/ CORE

6 Slide Type Juniper Networks Large Venue Template / 16x9 / V6 EX4300 SERIES SWITCHES Product Description 24/48x 10/100/1000 TX access ports 4x 1/10G (SFP/SFP+) uplink ports 4x 40G (QSFP+) VC / uplink ports PoE / PoE+ options Redundant / Field Replaceable components (power supplies, fans, uplinks) DC power options Notable Features L2 and basic L3 (static, RIP) included OSPF, PIM available with enhanced license BGP, ISIS available with advanced license Virtual Chassis 10 members Gbps VC backplane 12 hardware queues per port Front to Back & Back to front airflow options Target Applications Campus data closets Top of Rack data center / High Performance 1G server attach applications Small Network Cores Product Description 24/48x 10/100/1000 TX access ports 4x 1/10G (SFP/SFP+) uplink ports 4x 40G (QSFP+) VC / uplink ports PoE / PoE+ options Redundant / Field Replaceable components (power supplies, fans, uplinks) DC power options Notable Features L2 and basic L3 (static, RIP) included OSPF, PIM available with enhanced license BGP, ISIS available with advanced license Virtual Chassis 10 members Gbps VC backplane 12 hardware queues per port Front to Back & Back to front airflow options Target Applications Campus data closets Top of Rack data center / High Performance 1G server attach applications Small Network Cores SKU# Ports PoE/PoE+ Ports PoE power budget EX P W EX T24-- EX P W EX T48-- EX T-AFI48-- EX T-DC48-- EX T-DC-AFI48--  AFI AFO

7 Slide Type Juniper Networks Large Venue Template / 16x9 / V6 L2, L3 switching MPLS & VPLS /EVPN* ISSU Junos Node Unifier L2, L3 switching MPLS & VPLS /EVPN* ISSU Junos Node Unifier 1M MAC addresses 256K IPv4 and 256K IPv6 routes 32K VLANs (bridge domains) 1M MAC addresses 256K IPv4 and 256K IPv6 routes 32K VLANs (bridge domains) Native programmability (Junos image) Automation toolkit Programmable Control/Management planes and SDK (SDN, OpenFlow, etc.) Native programmability (Junos image) Automation toolkit Programmable Control/Management planes and SDK (SDN, OpenFlow, etc.) 4, 8 & 14 slots; 240G/slot 40x1GbE, 32x10GbE, 4x40GbE & 2x100GbE Powered by Juniper One Custom Silicon 4, 8 & 14 slots; 240G/slot 40x1GbE, 32x10GbE, 4x40GbE & 2x100GbE Powered by Juniper One Custom Silicon INTRODUCING THE EX9200 ETHERNET SWITCH AVAILABLE MARCH 2013 Juniper One Custom Silicon  Roadmap EX9204 EX9208 EX9214

8 Slide Type Juniper Networks Large Venue Template / 16x9 / V6 EX9200 LINE CARDS  40 x 10/100/1000BASE-T  40 x 100FX/1000BASE-X SFP 1GbE Line Cards 10GbE Line Card 40GbE Line Card 100GbE Line Card  32 x 10GbE SFP+  Up to 240G throughput  4 x 40GE QSFP+  Up to 120G throughput  2 x 100G CFP + 8 x 10GbE SFP+  Up to 240G throughput EX9200-4QS EX9200-2C-8XS EX XS EX F/40T

9 Slide Type Juniper Networks Large Venue Template / 16x9 / V6 EX9200 FLEXIBILITY VIRTUAL CHASSIS Management Access Switch Access Switch High Availability Redundant RE, switch fabric Redundant power /cooling Performance and Scale Modular configuration High-capacity backplane Easy to Manage Single image, single config One management IP address Single Control Plane Single protocol peering Single RT/FT Virtual Chassis–A Notch Up Scale ports/services beyond one chassis Physical placement flexibility Redundancy beyond one chassis One management and control plane High Availability Redundant RE, switch fabric Redundant power /cooling Performance and Scale Modular configuration High-capacity backplane Easy to Manage Single image, single config One management IP address Single Control Plane Single protocol peering Single RT/FT Virtual Chassis–A Notch Up Scale ports/services beyond one chassis Physical placement flexibility Redundancy beyond one chassis One management and control plane 13.2R2 Require Dual RE’s Per Chassis

10 Slide Type Juniper Networks Large Venue Template / 16x9 / V6 Blank SlideTitle and Content 2-Line  ACCESS DISTRIBUTION CORE ON ENTERPRISE SWITCHING ARCHITECTURES Multi-TierCollapsed Distribution & CoreDistributed Access Solution: Virtual chassis at both Access and Distribution layers Solution: Collapse Core and Distribution, Virtual chassis at Access layer Solution: Virtual chassis at Access layer across wiring closets Network Director Problem: Existing architectures lack scale, flexibility and are operationally complex Benefit: Management Simplification, Reduced Opex Benefit: Simplification through Consolidation, Scale, Aggregation, Performance Benefit: Flexibility to expand and grow, Scale, Simplification

11 Slide Type Juniper Networks Large Venue Template / 16x9 / V6 Title and Bullets COLLAPSE A VERTICAL BUILDING WLA VIRTUAL CHASSIS DEPLOYMENT ON ENTERPRISE Span Horizontal or Vertical CONNECT WIRING CLOSETS EXSeries Virtual Chassis CLOSET 2 EX4300 Aggregation/ Core Access 10GbE/40GbE uplinks 10/40GbE 40G VCP CLOSET 1 BUILDING ABUILDING B WLA EX4300VC-2a WLA EX4300VC-3a WLA EX3300VC-1a LAG EX4550VC-1a LAG WLA EX6200-1b SRX Series Cluster LAG WLA App Servers Centralized DHCP and other services LAG EX9200VC-1b WLC Cluster Internet WLA

12 Slide Type Juniper Networks Large Venue Template / 16x9 / V6 Title and Bullets Private MPLS Campus Core with VPLS or L3VPN DEPLOYING MPLS AND VPN ON ENTERPRISE— METRO/DISTRIBUTED CAMPUS Stretch the Connectivity for a Seamless Network Core Switch (PE) Access Switche (CE) MPLS VLAN Access Switche (CE) Wireless Access Point SITE 1 Core Switch (PE) VLAN1 VLAN2 R&D VPN Marketing/ Sales VPN Finance/ Business Ops VPN Core Switch (PE) Access Switche (CE) MPLS VLAN Access Switche (CE) Wireless Access Point SITE 3 Core Switch (PE) Access Switches (CE) MPLS VLAN Access Switches (CE) Wireless Access Point SITE 2 Core Switch (PE) VLAN3

13 Slide Type Juniper Networks Large Venue Template / 16x9 / V6 JUNIPER ETHERNET SWITCHING SimpleReliable Secure  #3 market share in 2 years  20,000+ switching customers  Enterprise & Service Providers  23+ Million ports deployed

14 Slide Type Juniper Networks Large Venue Template / 16x9 / V6 Copyright © 2013 Juniper Networks, Inc. QFX5100 PLATFORM

15 Slide Type Juniper Networks Large Venue Template / 16x9 / V6 QFX5100 SERIES Next Generation Top of rack switches –Multiple 10GbE/40GbE port count options –Supports multiple data center switching architectures New Innovations: –Topology-Independent In-Service Software Upgrades –Analytics –MPLS –GRE tunneling  Low Latency  Rich L2/L3 features including MPLS  SDN ready

16 Slide Type Juniper Networks Large Venue Template / 16x9 / V6 QFX5100 NEXT GENERATION TOR Low latency │ Rich L2/L3 feature set │ Optimized FCoE QFX S  48 x 1/10GbE SFP+  6 x 40GbE QSFP uplinks  1.44 Tbps throughput  1U fixed form factor QFX S  96 x 1/10GbE SFP+  8 x 40GbE QSFP uplinks  2.56 Tbps throughput  2U fixed form factor QFX Q  24 x 40GbE QSFP  8 x 40GbE expansion slots  2.56 Tbps throughput  1U fixed form factor

17 Slide Type Juniper Networks Large Venue Template / 16x9 / V6 QFX S  Each 40GbE QSFP interface can be converted to 4 x 10GbE interfaces without reboot  Maximum 72 x 10GbE interfaces, 720Gbps  CLI to change port speed: set chassis fpc pic port channel-speed 10G set chassis fpc pic port-range channel-speed 10G Q4CY x 1/10GbE SFP+ interfaces 6 x 40GbE QSFP interfaces Mgmt0 (RJ45) Mgmt1 (SFP) ConsoleUSB 4+1 redundancy fan tray, color coded (orange: AFO, blue: AFI), Hot-swappable 1+1 redundancy 650W PS color coded, hot-swappable Front side (port side) view

18 Slide Type Juniper Networks Large Venue Template / 16x9 / V6 QFX S  Supports two port configuration modes:  96 x 10GbE SFP plus 8 x 40GbE interfaces  104 x 10GbE interfaces  1.28Tbps (2.56Tbps full duplex) switching performance  New 850W 1+1 redundant color-coded hot-swappable power supplies  2+1 redundant color-coded hot-swappable fan tray Q1CY x 1/10GbE SFP+ interfaces 8 x 40GbE QSFP interfaces Front side (port side) view

19 Slide Type Juniper Networks Large Venue Template / 16x9 / V6 QFX Q Port configuration has 4 modes, mode change requires reboot 1.Default (Fully Subscribed mode): 1.Doesn’t support QIC 2.Maximum 24x40GbE interfaces or 96x10GbE interfaces; line rate performance for all packet sizes port mode 1.Only first 4x40GbE QIC are supported with last 2 40GbE interfaces disabled; first 2 QSFPs work as 8x10GbE 2.2 nd QIC slot cannot be used; no native 40GbE support. 3.All base ports can be changed to 4x10GbE ports (24x4=96), so total is 104x10GbE interfaces 3.4x40GbE PIC mode 1.All base ports can be channelized 2.Only 4x40GbE QIC is supported; works in both QIC slots but can’t be channelized. 3.32X40GbE or 96X10GbE + 8X40GbE 4.Flexi PIC mode 1.Support all QICs but QIC can’t be channelized 2.Only base port 4-24 can be channelized. Also supports 32x40GbE configuration Q1CY x 40GbE QSFP interfaces Two hot-swappable 4x40GbE QSFP modules Front side (port side) view (Same FRU side configuration as QFX S

20 Slide Type Juniper Networks Large Venue Template / 16x9 / V6 ADVANCED JUNOS SOFTWARE ARCHITECTURE Provides the foundation for advanced functions ISSU (In-Service Software Upgrade). ENABLE HITLESS UPGRADE Other Juniper applications for additional service in a single switch Third-party application Can bring up the system much faster Linux Kernel (Centos) Host NW BridgeKVM JunOS VM (Active) JunOS VM (Active) JunOS VM (Standby) JunOS VM (Standby) 3 rd Party Application Juniper Apps

21 Slide Type Juniper Networks Large Venue Template / 16x9 / V6 Junos VM (Master) Junos VM (Backup)Junos VM (Master) QFX5100 HITLESS OPERATIONS DRAMATICALLY REDUCES MAINTENANCE WINDOWS Network Resiliency Network Performance QFX5100 Topology- Independent ISSU Competitive ISSU Approaches Data Center Efficiency During Switch Software Upgrade High-Level QFX5100 Architecture x86 HardwareBroadcom Trident II Kernal Based Virtual Machines Broadcom Trident II PFE Linux Kernel F l e x i b l e H i t l e s s Simple Benefits: Seamless Upgrad e No Traffic Loss No Performance impact No resilient risk No port flap

22 Slide Type Juniper Networks Large Venue Template / 16x9 / V6 INTRODUCING VCF ARCHITECTURE Leafs - Integrated L2/L3 gateways  Connects to Virtual and bare metal servers  Local switching  Any to Any connections  Single Switch to Manage O VM vSwitch Virtual Server O VM vSwitch Virtual Server Bare Metal Spine Switches Leaf switches Spines – Integrated L2/L3 switches  Connects leafs, Core, WAN and services Services GW Any to Any connections

23 Slide Type Juniper Networks Large Venue Template / 16x9 / V6 PLUG-N-PLAY FABRIC O VM vSwitch Virtual Server O VM vSwitch Virtual Server Bare Metal Services GW WAN/Core  New leafs are auto-provisioned  Auto configuration and image Sync  Any non-factory default node is treated as network device

24 Slide Type Juniper Networks Large Venue Template / 16x9 / V6 QFX Q EX9200 Virtual Chassis Fabric (VCF) – 10G/40G QFX S EX G access Existing 1G access QFX3500 Existing 10G access VIRTUAL CHASSIS FABRIC DEPLOYMENT OPTION

25 Slide Type Juniper Networks Large Venue Template / 16x9 / V6 QFX5100 – SOFTWARE FEATURES Q4 2013Q Planned FRS Features* L2: xSTP, VLAN, LAG, LLDP/MED L3: Static routing, RIP, OSPF, IS-IS, BGP, vrf-lite, GRE Multipath: MC-LAG, L3 ECMP IPv6: Neighbor Discovery, Router advertisement, static routing, OSPFv3, BGPv6, IS-ISv6, VRRPv3, ACLs MPLS, L3VPN, 6PE Multicast: IGMPv2/v3, IGMP snooping/querier, PIM- Bidir, ASM, SSM, Anycast, MSDP QoS: Classification, Cos/DSCP rewrite, WRED, SP/WRR, ingress/egress policing, dynamic buffer allocation, FCoE/Lossless flow, DCBx, ETS. PFC, ECN Security: DAI, PACL, VACL, RACL, storm control, Control Plane Protection 10G/40G FCoE, FIP snooping Micro-burst Monitoring, analytic Sflow, SNMP Python Planned FRS Features* L2: xSTP, VLAN, LAG, LLDP/MED L3: Static routing, RIP, OSPF, IS-IS, BGP, vrf-lite, GRE Multipath: MC-LAG, L3 ECMP IPv6: Neighbor Discovery, Router advertisement, static routing, OSPFv3, BGPv6, IS-ISv6, VRRPv3, ACLs MPLS, L3VPN, 6PE Multicast: IGMPv2/v3, IGMP snooping/querier, PIM- Bidir, ASM, SSM, Anycast, MSDP QoS: Classification, Cos/DSCP rewrite, WRED, SP/WRR, ingress/egress policing, dynamic buffer allocation, FCoE/Lossless flow, DCBx, ETS. PFC, ECN Security: DAI, PACL, VACL, RACL, storm control, Control Plane Protection 10G/40G FCoE, FIP snooping Micro-burst Monitoring, analytic Sflow, SNMP Python Planned Post-FRS Features Virtual Chassis – Mixed mode 10 Member Virtual Chassis: Mix of QFX5100, QFX3500/QFX3600, EX4300 Virtual Chassis Fabric: 20 nodes at FRS with mix of QFX5100, QFX3500/QFX3600, and EX4300 Virtual Chassis features: Parity with standalone HA: NSR, NSB, GR for routing protocols, GRES ISSU on standalone QFX5100 and all QFX5100 Virtual Chassis, Virtual Chassis Fabric NSSU in mixed mode of Virtual Chassis or Virtual Chassis Fabric 64-way ECMP VXLAN gateway* OpenStack, Cloudstack integration* Planned Post-FRS Features Virtual Chassis – Mixed mode 10 Member Virtual Chassis: Mix of QFX5100, QFX3500/QFX3600, EX4300 Virtual Chassis Fabric: 20 nodes at FRS with mix of QFX5100, QFX3500/QFX3600, and EX4300 Virtual Chassis features: Parity with standalone HA: NSR, NSB, GR for routing protocols, GRES ISSU on standalone QFX5100 and all QFX5100 Virtual Chassis, Virtual Chassis Fabric NSSU in mixed mode of Virtual Chassis or Virtual Chassis Fabric 64-way ECMP VXLAN gateway* OpenStack, Cloudstack integration* * After Q1 time frame *Please refer to release notes and manual for latest information

26 Slide Type Juniper Networks Large Venue Template / 16x9 / V6 New Virtual Chassis Fabric Up to 20 members QFX5100 Spine-Leaf … Virtual Chassis Improved Up to 10 members QFabric Improved Managed as a Single Switch Layer 3 Fabric L3 Fabric QFX5100 … Up to 128 members

27 Slide Type Juniper Networks Large Venue Template / 16x9 / V6 VCF OVERVIEW Simple  Single device to manage  Predictable performance  Integrated RE  Integrated control plane Simple  Single device to manage  Predictable performance  Integrated RE  Integrated control plane Automated  Plug-n-Play  Analytics for traffic monitoring  Network Director Automated  Plug-n-Play  Analytics for traffic monitoring  Network Director Available  4 x Integrated RE  GRES/NSR/NSB  ISSU/NSSU  Any-to-Any connectivity  4 way multi-path Available  4 x Integrated RE  GRES/NSR/NSB  ISSU/NSSU  Any-to-Any connectivity  4 way multi-path Flexible  Up to 768 ports  1,10,40G  2-4 spines  10 and 40G spine  L2, L3 and MPLS Flexible  Up to 768 ports  1,10,40G  2-4 spines  10 and 40G spine  L2, L3 and MPLS ….

28 Slide Type Juniper Networks Large Venue Template / 16x9 / V6 10GBE/40GBE FIXED SWITCHES ROADMAP PREVIEW QFX5100 Hardware 48xSFP+ EX4550 Hardware 2x40GbE module QFX5100 Software Features L2 and L3 unicast/Muliticast L2 and L3 IPV6 L2 and L3 QoS L2 and L3 ACLs MC-LAG, L3 ECMP FCoE transit ZTP QFX Software Features Virtual Chassis EX4550 Software Features MACsec GRE Virtual Chassis on 40GbE ports 4x10 breakout on 40GbE ports 3T 2013 *In planning QFX5100 Hardware 24xQSFP+ 24xSFP+ 96xSFP+ QFX5100 Software Features 10 Member Virtual Chassis: Mix of QFX5100, QFX, EX4300 V20: Mix of QFX5100, QFX, EX4300 ISSU on QFX5100 Standalone ISSU on QFX5100 VC and V20 NSSU in a mixed VC and V20 MACsec on QFX S 64 way ECMP 1T 2014 * QFX5100 Hardware 48x10GT QFX5100 Software Features VxLAN Gateway PVLAN QinQ ERSPAN 802.3ah, 802.1ag OpenFlow 1.3 Puppet 2T 2014 *

29 Slide Type Juniper Networks Large Venue Template / 16x9 / V6 CDBU SWITCHING ROADMAP SUMMARY 2T2014 2T2013 3T2013 1T2014 Hardware Software EX4300 QFX5100 (24SFP+) QFX GBASE-T Solutions VXLAN Gateway Opus Future EX GBASE-T EX GbE Module EX9200 2x100G LC QFX5100 (48SFP+) QFX5100 (96SFP+) VXLAN Routing EX9200 EX9200 6x40GbE LC EX GbE per slot Virtual Chassis w/ QFX Series QFX3000-M/G 10GBASE-T Node QFX3000-M/G 10GBASE-T Node DC 1.0 Virtualized IT DC DC 1.0 Virtualized IT DC DC 1.1 ITaaS & VDI DC 1.1 ITaaS & VDI QFX3000-M/G L3 Multicast 40GbE QFX3000-M/G L3 Multicast 40GbE QFX3000-M/G QinQ, MVRP QFX3000-M/G QinQ, MVRP ISSU on Opus OpenFlow 1.3 ND 1.5 AnalyticsD DC 2.0 IaaS /w Overlay DC 2.0 IaaS /w Overlay EX9200 MACsec ND 2.0 Opus PTP QFX5100 (24QSFP+) QFX3000-M/G QFX5100 (48 SFP+) Node QFX3000-M/G QFX5100 (48 SFP+) Node V20 EX4300 Fiber Campus 1.0

30 Slide Type Juniper Networks Large Venue Template / 16x9 / V6 Copyright © 2013 Juniper Networks, Inc. MX SERIES

31 Slide Type Juniper Networks Large Venue Template / 16x9 / V6 Blank SlideTitle and Content 1-Line SDN AND THE MX SERIES Delivering innovation inside and outside of the data center Flexible SDN enabled silicon to provide seamless workload mobility and connections between private and public cloud infrastructures ORE (Overlay Replication Engine) A hardware-based, high- performance services engine for broadcast and multicast replication within SDN overlays The most advanced and flexible SDN bridging and routing gateway USG (Universal SDN Gateway) Next-generation technology for connecting multiple data centers and providing seamless workload mobility EVPN (Ethernet VPN) VMTO (VM Mobility Traffic Optimizer ) Creating the most efficient network paths for mobile workloads

32 Slide Type Juniper Networks Large Venue Template / 16x9 / V6 VXLAN PART OF UNIVERSAL GATEWAY FUNCTION ON MX Bridge-Domain.N VLAN-ID: N LAN interface #N LAN interface #K VTEP #N VNID N IRB.N VPLS, EVPN L3VPN Bridge-Domain.1 VLAN-ID: 1002 LAN interface #3 LAN interface #4 VTEP #1 VNID 1 Bridge-Domain.0 VLAN-ID: 1001 LAN interface #1 LAN interface #2 VTEP #0 VNID 0 IRB.1 IRB.0 - High scale multi-tenancy –VTEP tunnels per tenant –P2P, P2MP tunnels - Tie to full L2, L3 functions on MX –Unicast, multicast forwarding –IPv4, IPv6 –L2: Bridge-domain, virtual- switch - Gateway between LAN, WAN and Overlay –Ties all media together –Giving migration options to the DC operator 1H 2014 Tenant #0: virtual DC #0 Tenant #1, virtual DC #1 Tenant #N, virtual DC #N DC GW

33 Slide Type Juniper Networks Large Venue Template / 16x9 / V6 Blank SlideTitle and Content 1-Line USG (Universal SDN Gateway) USG (Universal SDN Gateway) Bare Metal Servers Databases HPC Legacy Apps Non x86 IP Storage Firewalls Load Balancers NAT Intrusion Detection VPN Concentrator L4 – 7 Appliances NSX ESXi NSX KVM SC HyperV Contrail KVM Contrail ZEN SDN Servers Virtualized Servers ESX ESXi HyperV KVM ZEN NETWORK DEVICES IN THE DATA CENTER

34 Slide Type Juniper Networks Large Venue Template / 16x9 / V6 Blank SlideTitle and Content 1-Line USG (UNIVERSAL SDN GATEWAY) Introducing four new options for SDN enablement Provide SDN-to-non-SDN translation, same IP subnet SDN to IP (Layer 2) Layer2 USG Remote Data Center Branch Offices Internet Layer3 USG Provide SDN-to-non-SDN translation, different IP subnet SDN to IP (Layer 3) Provide SDN-to-SDN translation, same or different IP subnet, same or different overlay SDN USG SDN to SDN WAN USG Provide SDN-to-WAN translation, same or different IP subnet, same or different encapsulation SDN to WAN USG (Universal SDN Gateway) USG (Universal SDN Gateway)

35 Slide Type Juniper Networks Large Venue Template / 16x9 / V6 Blank SlideTitle and Content 1-Line USGs INSIDE THE DATA CENTER DATA CENTER 1 Legacy Pods SDN Pod 1 Layer2 USG Layer3 USG SDN USG WAN USG L4 – 7 Services USG (Universal SDN Gateway) USG (Universal SDN Gateway) Using Layer 2 USGs to bridge between devices that reside within the same IP subnet: 1.Bare metal servers like high-performance databases, non-x86 compute, IP storage, non-SDN VMs 2.Layer 4–7 services such as load balancers, firewalls, Application Device Controllers, and Intrusion Detection/Prevention gateways. VxLAN VxLAN VxLAN VxLAN VxLAN VxLAN VxLAN VxLAN VxLAN VxLAN VxLAN VxLAN VxLAN Native IP L2 Native IP L2 Native IP L2 Native IP L2 Native IP L2 Native IP L2 Native IP L2 Native IP L2 Native IP L2 Native IP L2 Native IP L2 Native IP L2 Native

36 Slide Type Juniper Networks Large Venue Template / 16x9 / V6 Blank SlideTitle and Content 1-Line USGs INSIDE THE DATA CENTER DATA CENTER 1 Legacy Pods SDN Pod 1 Layer3 USG SDN USG WAN USG L4 – 7 Services USG (Universal SDN Gateway) USG (Universal SDN Gateway) VxLAN VxLAN VxLAN VxLAN VxLAN VxLAN VxLAN VxLAN VxLAN VxLAN VxLAN VxLAN VxLAN Native IP L3 Native IP L3 Native IP L3 Native IP L3 Native IP L3 Native IP L3 Native IP L3 Native IP L3 Native IP L3 Native IP L3 Native IP L3 Native IP L3 Native Using Layer 3 USGs to route between devices that reside within different IP subnets: 1.Bare metal servers like high-performance databases, non-x86 compute, IP storage, non-SDN VMs 2.Layer 4–7 services such as load balancers, firewalls, Application Device Controllers, and Intrusion Detection/Prevention gateways. Layer2 USG

37 Slide Type Juniper Networks Large Venue Template / 16x9 / V6 Blank SlideTitle and Content 1-Line GRE MPLSoverGRE MPLSoverGRE MPLSoverGRE MP NSX SDN Pod 2 USGs INSIDE THE DATA CENTER DATA CENTER 1 SDN Pod 1 Layer2 USG Layer3 USG SDN USG WAN USG Using SDN USGs to communicate between islands of SDN: 1.NSX to NSX – Risk, scale, change control, administration 2.NSX to Contrail – Multi-vendor, migrations USG (Universal SDN Gateway) USG (Universal SDN Gateway) Contrail SDN Pod 1 VxLAN VxLAN VxLAN VxLAN VxLAN VxLAN VxLAN VxLAN VxLAN VxLAN VxLAN VxLAN VxLAN MPLSover VxLAN VxLAN VxLAN VxLAN VxLAN MPLSover LSoverGRE MPLSoverGRE MPLS

38 Slide Type Juniper Networks Large Venue Template / 16x9 / V6 Blank SlideTitle and Content 1-Line VxLAN BRANCH OFFICES NSX SDN Pod 2 Internet USGs FOR REMOTE CONNECTIVITY DATA CENTER 1 SDN Pod 1 Layer2 USG Layer3 USG SDN USG WAN USG USG (Universal SDN Gateway) USG (Universal SDN Gateway) DATA CENTER 2 VxLAN VxLAN VxLAN VxLAN VxLAN VxLAN Native IP L3 Native IP L3 Native IP L3 Native IP L3 Native IP L3VxLAN GRE GRE GRE GRE GRE GRE GRE GRE GRE GRE GRE GRE GRE GRE GRE EVPN EVPN EVPN EVPN EV PN EVPN EVPN EVPN EVPN EVPN VxLAN VxLAN VxLAN VxLAN VxLAN VxLAN VxLAN Using SDN USGs to communicate to resources outside the local data center: 1.Data Center Interconnect – SDN to [VPLS, EVPN, L3VPN] 2.Branch Offices – SDN to [GRE, IPSec] 3.Internet – SDN to IP (Layer 3)

39 Slide Type Juniper Networks Large Venue Template / 16x9 / V6 Blank SlideTitle and Content 1-Line EVPN Internet Contrail SDN Pod 1 L4–7 Services Native IP L3 Native IP L3 Native IP L3 Native IP L3 Native IP L3 Native IP L3 Native IP L3 Native Native IP L2 Native IP L2 Native IP L2 Native IP L2 Native IP L2 Native IP L2 Native IP L2 Native MPLSoverGRE MPLSoverGRE MPLSoverGRE MPLSover LSoverGRE MPLSoverGRE MPLS VxLAN VxLAN VxLAN Native IP L3 Native IP L3 Native IP L3 Native IP L3 NSX SDN Pod 2 UNIVERSAL GATEWAY SOLUTIONS DATA CENTER 1 SDN Pod 1 Layer2 USG Layer3 USG WAN USG USG (Universal SDN Gateway) USG (Universal SDN Gateway) Legacy Pods DATA CENTER 2 SDN Pod 2 BRANCH OFFICES VxLAN VxLAN VxLAN VxLAN VxLAN VxLAN VxLAN Native IP L3 VxLAN VxLAN VxLAN VxLAN VxLAN VxLAN VxLAN Native IP L2 Native IP L2 Native IP L2 Native IP L2 Native IP L2 VxLAN VxLAN VxLAN VxLAN VxLAN MPLSover Native IP L2 Native IP L3 Native IP L3 Native IP EVPN GRE VxLAN SDN USG GRE GRE GRE GRE GRE GRE GRE GRE GRE GRE GRE VxLAN VxLAN VxLAN VxLAN

40 Slide Type Juniper Networks Large Venue Template / 16x9 / V6 Blank SlideTitle and Content 1-Line USG COMPARISONS Description QFX5100 MX Series/EX9200 Layer 2 USG Provide SDN-to-non-SDN translation, same IP subnet ✔ ✔ NSX or Contrail talk Layer 2 to non-SDN VMs, bare metal and L4-7 services Use Cases Layer 3 USG Provide SDN-to-non-SDN translation, different IP subnet ✔ NSX or Contrail talk Layer 3 to non-SDN VMs, bare metal and L4-7 services and Internet SDN USG Provide SDN-to-SDN translation, same or different IP subnet, same or different Overlay ✔ NSX or Contrail talk to other PODs of NSX or Contrail WAN USG Provide SDN-to-WAN translation, same or different IP subnet ✔ NSX or Contrail talk to other remote locations – branch, DCI X86 Appliance ✔✔ Competing ToRs ✔ Competing Chassis ✔ Description USG (Universal SDN Gateway) USG (Universal SDN Gateway)

41 Slide Type Juniper Networks Large Venue Template / 16x9 / V6 Blank SlideTitle and Content 1-Line Next-generation technology for connecting multiple data centers and providing seamless workload mobility EVPN (Ethernet VPN)

42 Slide Type Juniper Networks Large Venue Template / 16x9 / V6 Blank SlideTitle and Content 1-Line PRIVATE MPLS WAN without EVPN VLAN 10 PRE-EVPN: LAYER 2 STRETCH BETWEEN DATA CENTERS EVPN (Ethernet VPN) EVPN (Ethernet VPN) DATA CENTER 1 VLAN 10 DATA CENTER 2 ✕ MAC: AA Server 1 xe-1/0/0.10 MAC: BB Server 2 ge-1/0/0.10 MACVLANInterfaces BB10xe-1/0/0.10 Router 2’s MAC Table ge-1/0/0.10 MACVLANInterfaces AA10xe-1/0/0.10 Router 1’s MAC Table

43 Slide Type Juniper Networks Large Venue Template / 16x9 / V6 Blank SlideTitle and Content 1-Line PRIVATE MPLS WAN without EVPN VLAN 10 POST-EVPN: LAYER 2 STRETCH BETWEEN DATA CENTERS EVPN (Ethernet VPN) EVPN (Ethernet VPN) DATA CENTER 1 VLAN 10 DATA CENTER 2 MACVLANInterfaces AA10xe-1/0/0.10 BB10ge-1/0/0.10 Router 1’s MAC Table MAC: AA Server 1 xe-1/0/0.10 MAC: BB Server 2 ge-1/0/0.10 MACVLANInterfaces BB10xe-1/0/0.10 AA10ge-1/0/0.10 Router 2’s MAC Table ge-1/0/0.10

44 Slide Type Juniper Networks Large Venue Template / 16x9 / V6 Blank SlideTitle and Content 1-Line VMTO (VM Mobility Traffic Optimizer) Creating the most efficient network paths for mobile workloads

45 Slide Type Juniper Networks Large Venue Template / 16x9 / V6 Blank SlideTitle and Content 1-Line VMTO (VM Mobility Traffic Optimizer) VMTO (VM Mobility Traffic Optimizer) PRIVATE MPLS WAN VLAN 10 Scenario without VMTO THE NEED FOR L2 LOCATION AWARENESS DC1 DC2 Scenario with VMTO enabled PRIVATE MPLS WAN VLAN 10 DC1 DC2

46 Slide Type Juniper Networks Large Venue Template / 16x9 / V6 Blank SlideTitle and Content 1-Line DC 2 VLAN /24 DC /24 VLAN 10 VLAN 20 Server 2Server 3 Server 1 PRIVATE MPLS WAN DC /24 Active VRRP DG: Standby VRRP DG: Standby VRRP DG: Standby VRRP DG: WITHOUT VMTO: EGRESS TROMBONE EFFECT Task: Server 3 in Data Center 3 needs to send packets to Server 1 in Data Center 1. Problem: Server 3’s active Default Gateway for VLAN 10 is in Data Center 2. Effect: 1.Traffic must travel via Layer 2 from Data Center 3 to Data Center 2 to reach VLAN 10’s active Default Gateway. 2.The packet must reach the Default Gateway in order to be routed towards Data Center 1. This results in duplicate traffic on WAN links and suboptimal routing – hence the “Egress Trombone Effect.” VMTO (VM Mobility Traffic Optimizer) VMTO (VM Mobility Traffic Optimizer)

47 Slide Type Juniper Networks Large Venue Template / 16x9 / V6 Blank SlideTitle and Content 1-Line DC 2 VLAN /24 DC /24 VLAN 10 VLAN 20 Server 2Server 3 Server 1 PRIVATE MPLS WAN DC /24 Active IRB DG: Active IRB DG: Active IRB DG: Active IRB DG: WITH VMTO: NO EGRESS TROMBONE EFFECT Task: Server 3 in Datacenter 3 needs to send packets to Server 1 in Datacenter 1. Solution: Virtualize and distribute the Default Gateway so it is active on every router that participates in the VLAN. Effect: 1.Egress packets can be sent to any router on VLAN 10 allowing the routing to be done in the local datacenter. This eliminates the “Egress Trombone Effect” and creates the most optimal forwarding path for the Inter-DC traffic. VMTO (VM Mobility Traffic Optimizer) VMTO (VM Mobility Traffic Optimizer)

48 Slide Type Juniper Networks Large Venue Template / 16x9 / V6 Blank SlideTitle and Content 1-Line DC 2 VLAN /24 DC /24 VLAN 10 VLAN 20 Server 2Server 3 Server 1 PRIVATE MPLS WAN DC /24 WITHOUT VMTO: INGRESS TROMBONE EFFECT Task: Server 1 in Datacenter 1 needs to send packets to Server 3 in Datacenter 3. Problem: Datacenter 1’s edge router prefers the path to Datacenter 2 for the /24 subnet. It has no knowledge of individual host IPs. Effect: 1.Traffic from Server 1 is first routed across the WAN to Datacenter 2 due to a lower cost route for the /24 subnet. 2.Then the edge router in Datacenter 2 will send the packet via Layer 2 to Datacenter /24 Cost /24 Cost 10 RouteMaskCostNext Hop Datacenter Datacenter 3 DC 1’s Edge Router Table Without VMTO VMTO (VM Mobility Traffic Optimizer) VMTO (VM Mobility Traffic Optimizer)

49 Slide Type Juniper Networks Large Venue Template / 16x9 / V6 Blank SlideTitle and Content 1-Line DC 2 VLAN /24 DC /24 VLAN 10 VLAN 20 Server 2Server 3 Server 1 PRIVATE MPLS WAN DC /24 WITH VMTO: NO INGRESS TROMBONE EFFECT Effect: 1.Ingress traffic destined for Server 3 is sent directly across the WAN from Datacenter 1 to Datacenter 3. This eliminates the “Ingress Trombone Effect” and creates the most optimal forwarding path for the Inter-DC traffic. Task: Server 1 in Datacenter 1 needs to send packets to Server 3 in Datacenter 3. Solution: In addition to sending a summary route of /24 the datacenter edge routers also send host routes which represent the location of local servers /24 Cost /24 Cost 10 RouteMaskCostNext Hop Datacenter Datacenter Datacenter Datacenter 3 DC 1’s Edge Router Table WITH VMTO /32 Cost /32 Cost 5 VMTO (VM Mobility Traffic Optimizer) VMTO (VM Mobility Traffic Optimizer)

50 Slide Type Juniper Networks Large Venue Template / 16x9 / V6 Blank SlideTitle and Content 1-Line BUM TRAFFIC B roadcast M ulticast U nknown Unicast Layer 2 packets that must be flooded to all devices in a broadcast domain Layer 2 packets which haven’t been learned by the switch and therefore must be flooded to all devices within the broadcast domain Layer 2 packets that must be flooded to more than one device within the broadcast domain ORE (Overlay Replication Engine) ORE (Overlay Replication Engine)

51 Slide Type Juniper Networks Large Venue Template / 16x9 / V6 Blank SlideTitle and Content 1-Line BUM REPLICATION WITHOUT ORE VLAN 10 1.Server needs to send a BUM packet (e.g. ARP, DHCP) 2.A unicast packet is sent to a x86 Virtual Machine dedicated for BUM Replication 3.x86 Virtual Machine converts the packet into a standard Multicast or Broadcast packet and forwards it to all intended receivers Sub-Optimal Method: This becomes an exponential burden that doesn’t scale, is subject to performance degradation and is unreliable method for doing broadcast and multicast replication. ORE (Overlay Replication Engine) ORE (Overlay Replication Engine)

52 Slide Type Juniper Networks Large Venue Template / 16x9 / V6 Blank SlideTitle and Content 1-Line BUM REPLICATION WITH ORE VLAN 10 1.Server needs to send a BUM packet (e.g. ARP, DHCP) 2.A unicast packet is sent to the ORE on the MX Series. 3.The MX Series converts the packet into a standard multicast or broadcast packet and forwards it to all intended receivers. Optimal Method: The optimal place to perform this replication is in purpose built hardware. Juniper’s programmable silicon enables this functionality and provides much greater scale and performance. ORE (Overlay Replication Engine) ORE (Overlay Replication Engine)

53 Slide Type Juniper Networks Large Venue Template / 16x9 / V6 Title and Bullets JUNOS SPACE NETWORK DIRECTOR Wired and Wireless Visualization Single Pane of Glass for Wired and Wireless Networks VISUALIZEANALYZECONTROL Real-Time Performance Monitoring Complete Wired & Wireless View Flow Monitoring Network Director

54 Slide Type Juniper Networks Large Venue Template / 16x9 / V6 NETWORK DIRECTOR SMART NETWORK MANAGEMENT FROM A SINGLE PANE OF GLASS Virtual Networks Physical Networks Network Director API Visualize Physical and virtual visualization Analyze Smart and proactive networks Control Lifecycle and workflow automation

55 Slide Type Juniper Networks Large Venue Template / 16x9 / V6 Blank SlideTitle and Content 1-Line CONTRAIL SDN CONTROLLER SDN Controller ConfigurationAnalytics Control Virtualized Server VM Virtualized Server VM IP fabric (underlay network) Juniper Qfabric/QFX/EX or 3 rd party underlay switches Juniper MX or 3 rd party gateway routers Tenant VMs BGP Federation Horizontally scalable Highly available Federated BGP Clustering JunosV Contrail Controller KVM Hypervisor + JunosV Contrail vRouter/Agent (L2 & L3) REST XMPP MPLS over GRE or VXLAN SDN CONTROLLER Control Orchestrator OVERLAY ARCHITECTURE XMPP BGP + Netconf

56 Slide Type Juniper Networks Large Venue Template / 16x9 / V6 Blank SlideTitle and Content 1-Line SDN Controller ConfigurationAnalytics Control Virtualized Server VM Virtualized Server VM IP fabric (underlay network) BGP Federation Horizontally scalable Highly available Federated BGP Clustering REST XMPP MPLSoGRE or VXLAN SDN CONTROLLER Control Orchestrator XMPP BGP & Netconf CONTRAIL + MX = BETTER TOGETHER HOW CONTRAIL CREATES SYNERGIES WITH MX Contrail speaks common protocols that an MX understands, making integration simple & allowing controller to speak to physical elements Future development will increase integration Using MX as gateway reduces need for Software gateway & additional ports/servers A gateway router is required in any cloud deployment

57 Slide Type Juniper Networks Large Venue Template / 16x9 / V6 METAFABRIC ARCHITECTURE: WHAT WILL IT ENABLE? SIMPLESMARTOPEN Accelerated time to value and increased value over time VM

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