1 White Paper Contrail for Service Providers Networking for the Virtual World Copyright 2013, Juniper Networks, Inc. 1
2 Table of Contents Executive Summary...3 Moving to the Clouds...3 Cloud Networking in a Virtual World...3 Building Better Service Provider Cloud Networks with Contrail... 4 Network Virtualization... 4 Network Function Virtualization (NFV)... 4 Network Programmability and Automation... 4 Big Data for Infrastructure... 4 Open Source, Open Standards for Seamless Interoperability... 4 Business Opportunities with Contrail... 5 Hybrid Cloud Seamless Inter-Cloud Orchestration... 5 The Contrail Solution... 5 Cloud Brokerage Service... 6 The Contrail Solution... 6 NFV and Dynamic Service Chaining... 6 The Contrail Solution...7 Contrail Competitive Differentiation...7 Conclusion...7 About Juniper Networks... 8 List of Figures Figure 1: Multiple cloud and hybrid cloud approach... 5 Figure 2: Enabling service providers to broker existing cloud services... 6 Figure 3: Dynamic service chaining in the data center Copyright 2013, Juniper Networks, Inc.
3 Executive Summary Service providers around the world are in the center of a profound shift to cloud networking. Enabled by access to highperformance, low-cost broadband, the unprecedented shift to mobility, and success of software delivered as a service, service providers are investing heavily to host and deliver cloud-based solutions to meet customer demand as well as derive new revenues. Honed in the enterprise, virtualization technology has rapidly matured to become carrier-grade, providing a platform for service delivery. However, the same level of agility is not yet available to networking. For service providers who deliver networking as a service, a new approach is needed to meet the demands of a massive new cloud architecture. Juniper Networks Contrail, Juniper s open SDN controller, brings a new paradigm of networking specifically optimized for the virtual world. Contrail brings the agility of virtualization to networking, automating support for Network Function Virtualization (NFV). It enables service providers to rapidly scale up (and out) cloud architectures with its simplified networking solution. As an open software architecture, Contrail gives service providers the freedom to customize the network without being locked into a single vendor or approach. Contrail is networking for the virtual world. Moving to the Clouds The availability of high-performance mobile (and fixed) data networks, as well as low-cost smartphones and tablets, has mobilized today s workforce. Always-on, always-available applications and network services are required for people who can work anywhere and at any time. To meet this need, traditional network service providers, as well as new cloud service providers, are rapidly expanding to meet the needs of XaaS (IT as a service, Infrastructure as a Service, Software as a Service, Platform as a Service, etc.). Existing network architectures are too rigid to meet the rapidly growing demands of enterprises and consumers alike. Traditional virtualization technologies, developed to meet the needs of enterprise IT environments, have matured to achieve a carrier-grade scalability and reliability requirement demanded of commercial cloud service environments. Virtualization has ushered in an era of automated compute resources need a CPU to handle a specific service? It s available in a matter of seconds. Elasticity is the name of the game. Yet, networking these virtual machines and virtual services has remained a very manual process. In fact, configuring networks today is still often managed through a command-line interface (CLI) not unlike early computer programming handled through DOS or UNIX text commands. While the programming world evolved, wrapping simpler and more natural language interfaces around the computer like C, object-oriented and even Java programming networks have remained stuck in the 1980s. Rudimentary technologies such as VLAN pools have limitations that are quickly exceeded in commercial cloud operations and severely restrict the ability to operate the network with the same virtualization principles available to applications or service resources. Businesses need to run at Internet speed, and many cloud providers have infrastructure that hinders, rather than helps, achieve this level of agility. Cloud Networking in a Virtual World To maintain profitable growth, service providers need to evolve their infrastructure and business processes to manage changing market dynamics. A recent survey of enterprise IT managers indicated that security and reliability remain top concerns when these managers are considering a cloud service provider service. Today s cloud infrastructures must be: Agile They must be able to support today s requirements, and diagnose current networking trends and tomorrow s future opportunities. Virtualized networking enables service providers to connect and reconnect networks in a matter of seconds. Analytics play a large role in helping service providers visualize the network, and specifically traffic patterns, to see future opportunity. Customers are demanding the flexibility that comes from hybrid (public/private) clouds, along with the ability (and in some cases, requirement) to interface with Amazon Web Services, and service providers need agile systems to keep up. Simple Simplifying the network comes down to simplifying how networks are created, and how services are deployed and managed within the network. Translating high-level operational objectives ( connect this network to the Internet ) into actionable commands that seamlessly network together physical and virtual resources overcomes the complexities of manual configuration. Support for NFV and the ability to instantiate, service chain, and connect the functions automatically both simplifies the network and reduces operational expense. Copyright 2013, Juniper Networks, Inc. 3
5 Business Opportunities with Contrail Beyond a standard cloud service, there are three dynamic use cases evolving for service providers: Hybrid Cloud Seamless Inter-Cloud Orchestration Many service provider customers today have to choose a private cloud, a managed private cloud, or a public cloud to run their workloads. Private clouds are more secure and rely on an enterprise s business model for QoS and reliability, whereas public clouds can be more cost effective and readily available. This situation leads to two critical challenges and service provider opportunities: First is the ability to expand workloads from private enterprise IT data centers into the clouds. IT departments might need or want the ability to dynamically grown in-house capacity to meet peak demand loads. Or they might want to migrate lower priority workloads to a trusted service provider partner s cloud service. Either way, the ability to provide seamless interworking between the private IT infrastructure and the public cloud is critical. Second is the reverse of the first challenge. All too often, groups and departments initiate projects with cloud service providers outside the purview of the IT department. Migrating the workloads back into the enterprise becomes a problem for the IT department as well as the cloud service provider. The Contrail Solution By facilitating the networking of cloud service pools, Contrail allows service providers to have a multiple cloud or a hybrid cloud strategy. Contrail creates virtual private clouds in a service provider network and has the ability to extend them securely to the enterprise data center using an existing L3VPN link (or IPsec connection). Workloads on a branch office network, in a public cloud, in the IT data center, or in a private cloud are now on the same virtual network and can access each other irrespective of which cloud they are on over a secure channel. This type of flexibility allows service providers to offer unmatched flexibility to enterprise IT departments. Amazon AWS GOOGLE Inter-Cloud Management API Compatibility SP-Iaas Virtual Private Cloud (Managed) Private Cloud Enterprise Network L3VPN, E-VPN Seamless Interconnect Compute Storage Network Orchestration Enterprise Network Physical Local Server Hard Drives Branch Office Network SP-Core Backbone Figure 1: Multiple cloud and hybrid cloud approach Enterprise Legacy Datacenter Network Copyright 2013, Juniper Networks, Inc. 5
6 Cloud Brokerage Service Service providers have continued to move up the value chain with regard to enterprise service delivery starting with basic connectivity, then simplified networking and managed services, and into hosting services (Web, mail, etc.). But today, much value-added software is being delivered as a service directly to the enterprise, leaving the service provider out of the value equation. Some service providers have begun to assert their strategic position in the value chain. By residing between the enterprise customer and the myriad of SaaS products available on the Internet, service providers now have the ability to add value to the delivery of these services to their enterprise customers and they have become cloud brokerage service providers. Service providers can offer added value in terms of network functions QoS/QoE, security, and availability/reliability of transport. By aggregating service delivery from third parties, service providers can assert their value in customer relationship management and add value to their position as trusted providers of value-added services. By becoming a broker of third-party SaaS, service providers can simplify the operational aspects of an enterprise, bringing new services online (authentication, authorization, and accounting). Service providers can also offer streamlined contract management as well as centralized billing. SP Network Partner Cloud Providers Existing OSS/BSS Tenant 1 Contrail SDN Controller Orchestrator IaaS (Google Amazon) Tenant 1 VPN Tenant 1 VPN Tenant 2 Tenant 3 Access Network SaaS Clouds (SFDC, SAP,..) Figure 2: Enabling service providers to broker existing cloud services The Contrail Solution In this use case, Contrail simplifies the vast array of secure links arriving from third-party SaaS partners and crossconnects them with the relevant enterprise connections. Contrail monitors service efficiencies, ensuring uptime and reliability agreements are monitored. With the service-chaining and NFV capabilities, Contrail can insert various network services dynamically into the service chain, from security to load balancing to QoS/flow control. NFV and Dynamic Service Chaining Service provider networks are expanding at a rapid pace to keep up with the increases in data traffic. To keep up with demand, new appliances, servers, and network functions are being added to the network increasing overall complexity and adding to operational expense. To address this issue, many service providers are turning to the concept of Network Function Virtualization (NFV) or the ability to migrate logical network functions or services away from service-specific hardware into resource pools running as virtual machines. Today, many of the companies developing these network functions still view them as standalone entities and leave the complexity of managing, provisioning, and scaling the network functions up to a nebulous other company. Plus, to truly derive maximum benefit from NFV, a network control/orchestration function must be able to create dynamic service chains between both virtual and physical network functions. 6 Copyright 2013, Juniper Networks, Inc.
7 Orchestrator Contrail SDN Controller Mobile Edge Dynamic Service Chain Configuration Broadband Edge Business Edge MX Series router with x86 appliances Pool of x86 appliances MX Series router with x86 appliances Figure 3: Dynamic service chaining in the data center The Contrail Solution The network virtualization capability inherent in Contrail facilitates service chaining between virtual as well as physical network elements. In addition, Contrail s management and analytics capabilities enable deep understanding of network flows, and they can automatically provision and route to achieve maximum efficiencies. Contrail Competitive Differentiation Open source and Open standards compliance Seamless Integration with physical equipment Provides multi-hypervisor and open orchestration system support Built on standards-based protocols (ETSI, IETF) Enables open source via OpenContrail No software gateways required No scaling issues Distributed architecture Uses BGP control plane to federate across clusters for boundaryless virtual networks Offers active/active, high availability, and very high scale Provides ISSU/rolling upgrades with zero downtime Automated service chaining Juniper and third-party service instantiation and monitoring Service scale-out with load balancing Network services automatically chained using MPLS and BGP Analytics Provides very large-scale ingest and querying of structured and unstructured data Allows for real-time and historical information on app usage, infrastructure utilization, system logs, and network statistics (flow, jitter, latency, etc.) Conclusion In order to address the challenge of bridging the multivendor physical and virtual networks at scale, Contrail is delivering the industry s first truly open, modular, standards-based, and software-based solution for cloud service providers. Using Contrail, service providers can seamlessly connect existing infrastructure and virtualized network functions in the Copyright 2013, Juniper Networks, Inc. 7
8 service provider edge network as well as the data center. With Contrail, service providers can seamlessly extend services to a managed private cloud or hybrid cloud infrastructure over an L3VPN network. Through automation and orchestration, Contrail provides both agility and cost savings (CapEx and OpEx) to service providers. About Juniper Networks Juniper Networks is in the business of network innovation. From devices to data centers, from consumers to cloud providers, Juniper Networks delivers the software, silicon and systems that transform the experience and economics of networking. The company serves customers and partners worldwide. Additional information can be found at Corporate and Sales Headquarters Juniper Networks, Inc North Mathilda Avenue Sunnyvale, CA USA Phone: 888.JUNIPER ( ) or Fax: APAC and EMEA Headquarters Juniper Networks International B.V. Boeing Avenue PZ Schiphol-Rijk Amsterdam, The Netherlands Phone: Fax: To purchase Juniper Networks solutions, please contact your Juniper Networks representative at or authorized reseller. Copyright 2013 Juniper Networks, Inc. All rights reserved. Juniper Networks, the Juniper Networks logo, Junos and QFabric are registered trademarks of Juniper Networks, Inc. in the United States and other countries. All other trademarks, service marks, registered marks, or registered service marks are the property of their respective owners. Juniper Networks assumes no responsibility for any inaccuracies in this document. Juniper Networks reserves the right to change, modify, transfer, or otherwise revise this publication without notice EN Sept 2013 Printed on recycled paper 8 Copyright 2013, Juniper Networks, Inc.
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