Presentation on theme: "BYOD: La nube privada y pública en el mismo dispositivo"— Presentation transcript:
1BYOD: La nube privada y pública en el mismo dispositivo Carlos Vázquez, Senior Sales Engineer, Iberia
2Agenda:1. BYOD requires Policy2. BYOD and HD WLANs3. The future: ac
3The world today: Wi-Fi is a Right!! StadiumsAirportsHotelsRestaurantsHospitalsGrocery StoresAnd tomorrow . . .At 35,000 ftWhile hitting the slopesAt the beach
4Users are Bringing Their Own Applications Source: Gartner, Market Trends Mobile App Stores
5Private and Public Cloud on same Device Controlled by ITWeeks to rolloutLocal maintenanceTouch user’s deviceStandard apps for allPrivate CloudUncontrolledMinutes to rolloutAuto updatesInstalled by userMany apps per userPublic CloudUnder the same Wi-Fi networkOn the same mobile devicePrivate Cloud: Servers, devices, software in the IT closetPublic Cloud: No servers, BYOD, SAAS in the cloudIt used to take 2 weeks to roll-out a service on the LAN with Client-to-Server model, pre-public CloudWith public cloud-based services it takes 2 min to sign up with your or facebook accountWith many apps per device, managing apps should not be left to IT to manage.With one or few apps per device, managing apps was easy - now it is impossible due to auto "update all" notifications.BYOD/BYOA solves the problem of having to manage tons of apps per device but network needs to be smart enough.
6BYOD requires Policy… but based on what? UserDeviceApplicationNASEmployeeContractorVisitorShopperPatientAccess NetworkClearPass
7Where does Clear Pass fit? Same as your RADIUS Access MethodsPolicy Enforcement PointsPolicy Decision PointsAAAClearPass Policy ManagerWireless UserWLAN ControllerCustomer’s LANWired UserSwitchVPNActive Directoryor LDAP ServerSQL StoreVPN ConcentratorRemote User
8ClearPass Policy Manager Flexible Guest AccessClearPass Policy Manager1.Collect visitor informationNew VisitorAccess Network3.Account enabled, visitor notified via screen, SMS, or2.Sponsor prompted to confirm that guest is validSponsor
10What makes Aruba different: Adaptive RF 7. ApplicationAppServiceAruba is the only network to use deep inspection of trafficThreatMobilityTo optimize and secure the airReliableFastSecure6. Presentation5. Session4. Transport3. Network2. Data Link1. Physical
11Introducing AppRF™ Technology ApplicationsLyncSkypeFaceTimeBoxiCloudCitrixPEFActionsARMLower PriorityIncrease PriorityBlack ListLoad BalanceLimit BandwidthClient Match
12High Performance Video over WLAN x 20x 105GHz2.4GHzAruba AP-1356.25Mbps multicast video stream per clientNo jitter/delay/pixelation3x3:3 MIMO40MHz1Mbps unicast video stream per clientNo jitter/delay/pixelationx 215GHz30%better performance for video streaming when compared to an equivalent major competitor WLAN
14Microsoft deploys Lync in Redmond Campus “The system averaged 16,000 call records over a thirty day period with greater than 96% toll quality, a fifty percent improvement over the legacy network. The network is delivering Lync services as the designers intended, with full fidelity and end-to-end quality of service.” Victoria Poncini, Microsoft’s IT Technology Architect.
17New ARM 3.0 ARM 1.0 ARM 2.0 ARM 3.0 “Tune” “Influence” “Control” Easy channel and power setupNoise awareIntelligent scanningARM 2.0“Influence”Band steeringAirtime fairnessMulticast optimizationARM 3.0“Control”Client MatchDirected handoverTraffic balancing
18Class room with ~50 students 1Clients connect to the strongest RF signal causing some APs to be overwhelmed3Clients connect where they want without taking network conditions into accountOften prefer 2.4 GHz which is slower and interference prone2APs are not evenly loaded by client count or throughput42.4 GHz5 GHzIndividual clients lack information about the entire network and cannot make the best decisions. This results in an inefficient use of spectrum and a negative user experience.
19Break out students SNR drops significantly Dynamic Environment1Break out students SNR drops significantly3Some students break out to do video researchClients remain stuck to their original AP2Highest bandwidth students are operating at the lowest data rate42.4 GHz5 GHzStatic students see degraded performance.5As users move, their client often does not adjust. This results in poor throughput, dropped calls, etc. for the user and his neighbors.
20~50 students with ClientMatch 1RF utilization and client to AP signal taken into account when balancing2More clients on 5 GHz for better throughput and performanceNo more slow clients bringing down the network32.4 GHz5 GHzWith knowledge about all of the available APs, their utilization and the clients, ClientMatch optimizes overall network performance for improved scalability and throughput.
21Keeping up with a dynamic environment 1High utilization clients are balanced across APs to limit bottlenecks3Some students break out to do video researchClientMatch adjusts to changing utilization22.4 GHz5 GHzClientMatch continuously updates connections to optimize the network. Clients are steered as network conditions change including high bandwidth utilization and signal changes.
22Airtime FairnessMaintains application performance in high density areas (e.g., lecture halls) with scheduled channel access timeWorks across heterogeneous clients (Broadcom, Intel, Atheros, etc.)Works across heterogeneous OSs (XP, Vista, Mac OS, etc.)Implemented at RF PHY and Layers 4-7Provides fair access in the presence of mixed-mode clients in both 2.4GHz and 5GHz spectrums, and across 11b/g/n and 11a/n clients22
24802.11ac Channels (FCC) UNII I and UNII II 2x 80 MHz 4x 40 MHz 3648445240566460BandEdge5180520052205240526052805300532053505150ChannelFreq (MHz)UNII II extended3x 80 MHz6x 40 MHz12x 20 MHz10011210811610412012812455005520554055605580560056205640BandEdge547013614056805700572513256601445720ChannelFreq (MHz)1491611571535745576557855805BandEdge57251655825US UNII III1x 80 MHz2x 40 MHz5x 20 MHzBandEdgeChannelFreq (MHz)5850
25Increased Capacity with simultaneous transmit to multiple receivers Phases of acPhase 1: Gigabit Speeds (CY’2013)5GHz onlyUp to 80MHz channels in Phase 1 (160MHz in Phase 2)Up to 3 spatial streams in Phase 1 (8 in Phase 2)Phase 2: Multi-User MIMO (CY’2014)Increased Capacity with simultaneous transmit to multiple receiversAP radio5GHz4-stream802.11ac AP2-stream802.11ac1-stream2013 Better speeds2014 Multi-user MIMO
26When to Move to 802.11ac? Get your network ready first PoE+, Gigabit Ethernet for APsRF planning when moving from 11abgFaster Mobility ControllersMove from 11abg and continue to invest in n for now11n is not going away anytime soon11n client devices are here today, 6x the performance of 11abg11n is at the right price point today
27The Campus Architecture for the Next 10 Years Hi-speedWi-FiWired AccessMobility CoreData CenterAirWaveClearPass802.11n-or-802.11acMobility Access SwitchesMobility Controllers
28Airheads Community http://community.arubanetworks.com Aruba CertificationsPractical, Not AcademicACMAACMPACMXACDXACSPAWMPAIRWAVECLEARPASSCCxxMCxxCWxxAirheads SocialHome of the Mobility ExpertsMVP ProgramFor The Most InfluentialMVPG. Marconisince 201131415358Unified community for social networking, events, training, certification and recognitionWhat is Airheads Community?Airheads is the largest professional community of wireless LAN engineers, network security professionals and enterprise mobility experts.Members share proven best practice techniques that make enterprise mobility reliable, secure and cost effective. The Airheads community includes:Events – Attend annual conferences, user-group events and exclusive online webcasts.Social – Meet thousands of other mobility engineers and WLAN architects.Education – Advance your career through product and end-to-end solution certifications.Recognition – Become an MVP for participation, influence and leadership in the community.As an Airheads member, you’ll have access to all this plus an exhaustive technical library on WLANs, network security, and mobile devices and applications.Why revamp Airheads Community?In the networking industry, there is a need for a professional engineering community to address the challenges in consumerization of IT. Aruba’s Airheads conference and Airheads Online forum has provided a small group of IT engineers and architects a valuable experience up until this point. Members had access to great content and valuable advice from experts. These members have expressed an interest in growing this community. Airheads Community has been created to extend the 2-day Airheads conference experience and advocacy to 365-days.What are the new major components of Airheads Community?1. Airheads SocialSocial networking powered by user-generated content on wireless LANs, mobile devices and network security. For engineers only, no marketing allowed.2. Solution Based CertificationNew solution based mobility certification for any network, security or application engineer. Self-study guides and online continued education for all certified engineers.3. Airheads Local & VirtualHalf-day & virtual events by engineers for engineers. Continuing on the tradition of the Airheads conference.4. MVP ProgramRewards and recognition for the most influential. Top rated content, higher level of training, more participation means more privileges for members.What is Airheads Social?Airheads Social is the only common social network of wireless, security and mobility experts. It’s an interactive online community where you can collaborate with some of the sharpest minds in the networking industry.At Airheads Social, you vote for the best user-generated answers and content. You gain immediate access to discussion forums, knowledgebase articles, expert blogs and top-rated content on WLANs, network security, and mobile devices and applications.It is designed to help you get things done quickly and effectively. There’s no marketing hype or untested theories at Airheads Social. Your peers only share proven best practices, real-world technical solutions and lessons learned.What is ACMP-ACMX-ACDX?Aruba professional and expert-level certification programs prepare you to solve a host of complex engineering challenges that extend far beyond the wired infrastructure.Wi-Fi is the primary method of network connectivity for the enterprise workforce today. With Aruba certifications, network engineers and architects gain essential and comprehensive knowledge to further their professional development.These programs deliver detailed knowledge on Aruba technology, large-scale WLAN design principles and implementation best practices.Upon certification, you’ll achieve the highest level of engineering excellence in WLANs, remote networking and network management while becoming a valuable go-to resource for enterprise mobility projects.What is ACSP?As an Aruba Certified Solutions Professional (ACSP), you’ll solve complex problems in enterprise mobility quickly and confidently. Designed to further your professional development, ACSP certification is open to all network, security and application engineers who desire more bankable technical Wi-Fi skills.The technical ACSP curriculum is based on practice, not theory. Rigorous hands-on training takes you in a deep-dive through wireless LAN design, mobile device and application management and network security.Upon certification, you’ll easily solve engineering challenges, such as managing the influx of smartphones and tablets and deploying high-quality voice and video over WLANs.What is Airheads MVP Program?Greater participation at Airheads Social platform, Airheads events, Aruba certification programs will mean more rewards and privileges for MVPs. MVPs will receive a number of benefits at different levels, including special online and event badges, exclusive red-carpet access at Airheads Events, blog syndication at Airheads Social and exclusive meetings with Aruba product management and office of the CTO.What are Airheads Events?Airheads Conference: 2-3 day event, 350+ attendees; recordings and content posted at Airheads Social post-conference. Typically 1 event per region per year.Airheads Local: Half-day event, 20+ attendees. Regional technology & solution specific. Delivered by local Airheads experts.Airheads Virtual Events: Online exclusive webinars delivered by Airheads experts.Airheads EventsEngineers Only
292012 Gartner Magic Quadrant: Wired & Wireless LAN Access Recognized as one of only three in the leaders quadrant for combined Wired + Wireless MQUpdate Key innovationsAruba has always been rated favorably by analysts. Gartner in particular has rated Aruba in its Leader’s Quadrant for the fifth straight year. More notably, this year Gartner put Aruba as the furthest ahead in terms of innovation and completeness of vision. This list here is just an example of some of the industry-firsts that have given us this lead over our competitors. Aruba anticipated the bring your own device phenomenon ahead of our competitors with a complete solution for securing, provisioning and managing personal smartphones and tablets. We were also the first with Suite B encryption for enterprises and federal government to meet stringent security requirements for these devicesFor reliability, Aruba was the first to use a stateful firewall to optimize the wireless network based on the context of the connection – looking at user identity and device type for instance. Aruba was also the first to identify and prioritize latency sensitive and mission critical applications.For management, Aruba’s Airwave management was a one of the first to manage multiple vendors and give a user-based view of the network.
30WLAN Market Share Enterprise Switch/Server/Appliance Revenue Rolling Four-quarter CYQ2’11 through CYQ1’12, ending March 30, Source: Dell’Oro Research