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Evolution of the Data Center Avaya Networking
© 2013 Avaya Inc. All rights reserved. 2 Applications Are Changing Transition from Client/Server to Web 2.0 & Cloud…
© 2013 Avaya Inc. All rights reserved. 3 Devices Are Changing Almost nothing in common, except that they’re all different…
© 2013 Avaya Inc. All rights reserved. 4 Roles Are Changing The traditional workplace is disappearing…
© 2013 Avaya Inc. All rights reserved. 5 People Are Changing Expectations are different, expectations are higher…
© 2013 Avaya Inc. All rights reserved. 6 Change Is Pervasive; So Too The Network Tomorrow’s application requirements are so different from yesterday’s Traffic patterns are evolving with the emergence of mobile, video, & embedded Why then, do most vendors offer products and solutions that are geared, and can only be deployed, as if nothing has changed..? With change pervasive, the network cannot be immune…
© 2013 Avaya Inc. All rights reserved. 7 Compute Access ≠ User Access Data Center presents is a very different scenario to the Wiring Closet It's virtually unknown for Desktop ports to operate anywhere near line-rate Top-of-Rack Switch: it is altogether feasible to talk of Servers running 10 Gigabit ports at or near line-rate Consolidation & Chaos Theory combine into a perfect storm…
© 2013 Avaya Inc. All rights reserved. 8 “By 2014, network planners should expect more than 80% of traffic in the Data Center's local area network to be between Servers.” Your Data Center Network Is Heading for Traffic Chaos Gartner
© 2013 Avaya Inc. All rights reserved. 9 Evolution of the Data Center Once, Campus-class was good enough Racked Servers What this meant: –Application traffic traverses multiple Switch hops – Access- Core-ToR-Server-Core-Access –Core & Uplinks were more important than capacity between Racks Traditionally: The North-South to East-West ratio has been 80:20 Top-of-Rack Switches
© 2013 Avaya Inc. All rights reserved. 10 Avaya Distributed Top-of-Rack Delivering the Cloud-grade difference Now this means: –Server-to-Server, Rack-to-Rack traffic dramatically increases –Inter-Rack capacity is now crucial –Traditional designs introduce significant latency and degrade application performance The future: East-West traffic will dominate Data Center traffic – ‘the new 80%’ Top-of-Rack Switches Distributed ToR delivers the industry’s only low- latency solution Alternatives introduce latency & congestion, additional equipment, consume more ports Racked Servers
© 2013 Avaya Inc. All rights reserved. 11 Avaya Data Center Solutions Next-generation solutions for next-generation challenges Distributed Top-of-Rack Fabric Connect Core VSP 7000 VSP 9000 North-South / Core-ToR Interconnects
© 2013 Avaya Inc. All rights reserved. 12 Aspirational Functionality, but It requires: BGP LDP RSVP-TE Draft-Rosen VPLS Baseline Redundancy Root Bridge – Dependent Arbitrary Path Selection Root Bridge– Dependent Large Flooding Domain VLAN-based Virtualization Single Logical Fault Domain 100m Distance Limitation VLAN-based Virtualization Service-based Virtualization Infrastructure Abstraction Orchestration-ready Layer 3 Awareness Unicast & Multicast Application-driven Extensibility SDN-ready Avaya VENA Fabric Connect IEEE SPB – Multi-Vendor Avaya Extensions Which Fabric Technology is the Answer..? That all depends on how you qualify the question… STP IETF TRILL Cisco FabricPath Brocade VCS Juniper QFabric IETF MPLS L2 Loop-free Topology L2 Multi-Pathing L2 Single-Site Virtualization L2 Multi-Site Virtualization L3 Unicast Virtualization L3 Multicast Virtualization Application Awareness
© 2013 Avaya Inc. All rights reserved. 13 Avaya’s Data Center Value Proposition Reduces inter-server latency Improves application performance Optimized for modern applications High-speed virtual backplane optimized for east-west traffic Streamlines traffic flows Removes needless traffic burden from the Core Reduces inter-server latency Improves application performance Optimized for modern applications High-speed virtual backplane optimized for east-west traffic Streamlines traffic flows Removes needless traffic burden from the Core Performance Applications are Optimized Future-ready architectures 10 Gigabit today & ready for 40/100G Network virtualization fully optimized resource utilization Keeping pace with industry evolution unique, pioneering VENA capabilities Future-ready architectures 10 Gigabit today & ready for 40/100G Network virtualization fully optimized resource utilization Keeping pace with industry evolution unique, pioneering VENA capabilities Scale Built for Growth & Collaboration Reduces Core Switch requirements Fewer uplink connections saves ports in both ToR and Core Fewer, more agile & efficient devices less capital expense less energy expense less maintenance expense Easier to plan, build, & run Reduces Core Switch requirements Fewer uplink connections saves ports in both ToR and Core Fewer, more agile & efficient devices less capital expense less energy expense less maintenance expense Easier to plan, build, & run Cost Minimizing & Simplifying Seamless VM mobility in & between Data Centers Quickly deploy services adds, moves, & changes across the enterprise Virtualized infrastructure simple, resilient, & cost-effective Seamless VM mobility in & between Data Centers Quickly deploy services adds, moves, & changes across the enterprise Virtualized infrastructure simple, resilient, & cost-effective Operations Improving Time-to-Service
© 2013 Avaya Inc. All rights reserved. 15 Virtual Services Platform 7000 Overview & Highlights Fit-for-Purpose for Today –Versatile 1 or 10 Gigabit Ethernet –Distributed Top-of-Rack delivers the Industry’s fastest virtual backplane –Fabric Connect delivered directly to the Server –Media Dependent Adaptor flexibility –Lossless hardware & software architecture –Front-back or back-to-front cooling Future-Ready for Tomorrow –Seamless integration of 40/100G –Data Centre Bridging-ready to integrate Fibre Channel Lightning-fast performance Flexible connectivity options Delivering mass 1/10 Gigabit today Future-ready for 40/100 Gigabit & Storage convergence Highlights
© 2013 Avaya Inc. All rights reserved. 16 Most robust high-end network Core Switch Delivers more uptime Empowers more dependable application access Virtual Services Platform 9000 Overview & Highlights Ultra-reliable platform Very high density 1/10GbE Highly flexible platform –Upgradable switching engine –Adaptable architecture, up to 27Tbps –Sophisticated virtualization options Future-ready for 40/100GbE Lowers operating costs –Simplifies the network –Reduces configuration burden & errors Highlights
© 2013 Avaya Inc. All rights reserved. 17 Empowering the Cloud Mapping of Layer 2 VLANs into Virtual Service Networks delivering seamless Layer 2 extensions Layer 2 Virtual Service Networks Mapping of Layer 3 VRFs into Virtual Service Networks delivering seamless Layer 3 extensions Layer 3 Virtual Service Networks Policy-based Layer 3 internetworking capability between multiple Virtual Service Networks Inter-VSN Routing Direct IP Routing without the need for Virtual Service Networks (or any additional IGP) IP Shortcut Routing
© 2013 Avaya Inc. All rights reserved. 18 Mapping a Layer 2 VLAN into a Virtual Service Network to deliver seamless extension across the Data Center Use Example: Virtual Machine Migration Business Requirement: Provide direct end-to-end connectivity at Layer 2 between applications running on multiple servers Facilitate live migrations to support application scaling and hardware support & maintenance Span L2 connectivity throughout the Data Center, and across multiple locations Layer 2 Virtual Service Network With Fabric Connect: Application VLANs mapped into unique VSNs VSNs extends L2 connectivity across the Fabric Provisioning only at Fabric edge Mitigates: many touch points for configuration, management, & troubleshooting, Broadcast domain seen at all points through the network, lack of traffic isolation
© 2013 Avaya Inc. All rights reserved. 19 Mapping a Layer 2 VLAN into a Virtual Service Network to deliver seamless Wi-Fi connectivity across the campus Use Example: Wireless Guest Services Business Requirement: Provide Wireless Guest Access in specified locations throughout the Campus Ability to quickly add / remove Guest Access from certain locations within the Campus Guest traffic must be isolated from internal network traffic Authentication of Guests required for compliance and security tracking Layer 2 Virtual Service Network With Fabric Connect: Wireless Guest VLAN mapped into VSN maintains traffic separation Layer 2 VLAN extension across the Fabric Provisioning only at Fabric edge Mitigates: many touch points for configuration, management, & troubleshooting, Broadcast domain seen at all points through the network, lack of traffic isolation
© 2013 Avaya Inc. All rights reserved. 20 Use Example: Multi-Tenant Networks Business Requirement: Provide infrastructure to support multiple different customers (airport, education, government) Maintain traffic separation between customers for data integrity & security Offer dynamic network to accommodate geographic location changes for network connectivity Share common resources where applicable (e.g. UC) Mapping a Layer 3 VRF into a Virtual Service Network to deliver seamless Layer 3 extensions through the network Layer 3 Virtual Service Network With Fabric Connect: VRFs create traffic separation which is maintained through VSN Extends Layer 3 VRFs across the Fabric Use of shared services becomes simple and efficient Mitigates: complexity of configuration, difficulty in providing resiliency, excessive equipment
© 2013 Avaya Inc. All rights reserved. 21 Use Example: Workgroup Networks Business Requirement: Provide network access for a common set of users (department, agency, contractors, etc.) Maintain traffic separation from the rest of the network Offer connectivity between this common set of users and applications that reside within the Data Center No desire to extend VLANs across Campus to achieve this Extending SPB by delivering a policy-based Layer 3 internetworking between multiple Virtual Service Networks Inter-VSN Routing With Fabric Connect: Workgroup able to communicate with each other and applications Traffic separation is maintained through VSNs Security without the need for complex ACLs or separate hardware Mitigates: many touch points for configuration, lack of isolation of traffic
© 2013 Avaya Inc. All rights reserved. 22 Use Example: Business Collaboration Business Requirement Deploy new business collaboration services to provide high definition desktop video capabilities Simplify and optimize deployment across network infrastructure Ensure proper quality of service to provide acceptable user experience Reduce troubleshooting complexities associated with existing environments Direct IP Routing across the Fabric without the need for any additional IGP or even Virtual Service Network configuration IP Shortcut Routing With Fabric Connect: Route directly across the Fabric with IP Shortcuts No need to configure and IGP on any VLANs Policy allows redistribution control of IP routing over Fabric Mitigates: complexity of configuration, difficulty in providing resiliency, lack of isolation of traffic, providing appropriate quality-of- service
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