1 Ist Schnelligkeit mit 10 Gig Ethernet das Maß der Dinge? Thomas Schlosser, Regional Sales Manager Connect SSV Workshop, , Mainz 2005 Foundry Networks, Inc. 1 1
2 Foundry: The Leader in Product Innovation 1st two Billion PPS Switch & Router Families 1st Multi-Terabit MPLS & Internet Core Router Performance 1st Layer 3 Switch 1st GbE Switch 1st 10GbE Switch 1st Layer 4-7 Switch 1st Security LAN Switch and Security Traffic Manager 1st Billion PPS Switch and Router Families 1st 10-GbE Application Switch 1st Terabit Architecture April Foundry Networks, Inc.
3 Agenda Warum überhaupt 10 Gig? 10 Gig und nicht genug? Kosten (und Umwelt) Features? Kabel und mehr? Lastverteilung Stabiler Lieferant & Partner? 3
4 Warum überhaupt 10 Gig? Arbeitsplätze: GE-Interface Aggregation im User-Netzwerk Steigender Kommunikationsbedarf Multi-Client User, inkl. Mobilnutzung Mediennutzung Applikationen Architekturen: cloud-computing Datacenter: Virtualisierung, Backup, Storage- Networking Internet/WAN-Knoten Anhaltspunkt Speicher-/Festplattengrößen 4
5 Bedarf bei LAN-Komponenten Quarantine Firewall Application Switching Admission Control IDS Software Resilency Desktop Posture Link Aggregation Recovery RP Multicast Subsecond Recovery Hardware Redundancy QoS 10Gig Uplink Gig to the Desk POE 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% 80% 90% Quelle: Yankee Group 5
6 Top-Prioritäten bei LAN-Managern 6 Quelle: Yankee Group
7 Bandbreiten-Treiber Virtual presence applications key for DoD, other govt agencies SANs becoming increasingly critical to enterprise, govt operations Grid and cluster computing gaining adoption in public and private sectors Quelle: Yankee Group 7
8 Nein, auch 10Gig sind nicht genug Good traction in SP and enterprise (HPC) Level 3 (US) Amsterdam Internet Exchange (Netherlands) BP America (US) Blackboard, Inc. (US) Digital Domain (US) Lawrence Berkeley National Lab (US) Sandia National Lab (US) Riken Wako (Japan) Top selling points Highest 10-GE wire-speed capacity (128x10-GE) 160 & 320* Gbps Carrier Trunks on MLX/XMR Highly affordable compared to CRS-1 or T-Series Power & cooling efficiency vs. multi-/multiple chassis The RIGHT answer to the SP dilemma Growing traffic; contracting service margins Use as a product line seller 4-, 8-, and 16-slot systems 8 * See POR Foundry Networks, Inc.
9 AMS-IX Continued Graceful Growth Powered by Foundry World s largest distributed IXP! Capacity Needs are Nearly Doubling every 18 months They need 100-GE interconnect solution ASAP Using 10GE trunk group as alternative Introduced MLX-32 to enhance their capacity w. 16-port 10GE Trunk Groups 8-port 10GE trunk groups between BigIron RX and core port 10GE trunk groups between MLX-32s in core and MLX-16s at remote locations sflow allows them to monitor network and engineer around congestion Sets the trends for other IXPs around the world
10 Das Rechenzentrum der Zukunft Traditional Virtualized Servers Dynamic Virtualized Data Center Security Devices Security Devices ServerIron ServerIron ServerIron Pool Security Devices Dedicated Web Servers NAS Web Virtual Servers NAS NAS Pool Dedicated Application Servers Database Servers Application Virtual NAS Servers Compute Nodes Database Servers NAS Compute Nodes Virtualized Web/ApplicationDatabase Server Pool Servers FC Compute Nodes IB Ethernet SAN SAN SAN Foundry Networks, Inc.
11 Next Generation Virtualized Data Center Dynamic Virtualized Architecture Service Devices Servers, NAS, FW in and out, SIs, Security Devices Connect either to Top of Rack or End of Row Ethernet Switches fed back to aggregation to the core ServerIron Pool Security Devices Virtual Router Each VLAN is associated with a Virtual Route Forwarding Instance (VRF) on core switching router VRFs secure Service Data Zones (i.e. access, web, app, db) Virtual Servers with Virtual IPs Servers are logically divided into multiple devices that are dynamically assigned to service pools Each Virtual Server Instance has an real IP Groups of Real IP addresses are further Virtual with SLB VIP NAS Pool Virtualized Web/Application Server Pool Database Servers FC SAN Compute Nodes IB Ethernet Virtual LANs Service Devices are assigned to specific VLANs A VLAN is associated with Service Data Zones
12 Power auch für normale Netze. BigIron / NetIron - Familen 100GbE Ready BigIron RX-4 4-Slot 400 Gbps 192x1GE / 16x10GE (64x10GE 1:4) BigIron RX-8 8-Slot 800 Gbps 384x1GE / 32x10GE (128x10GE 1:4) BigIron RX Slot 1.6 Gbps 768x1GE / 64x10GE (256x10GE 1:4) BigIron RX Slot 3.2 Tbps 1,536x1GE / 128x10GE (512 x 10 GE 1:4) High density L-2 switching: RSTP, MRP, VSRP, SAV, IPv4 & IPv6 routing: OSPF, IS-IS, BGP, PIM, High availability architecture Hardware resiliency: management, fabrics, power, cooling Hitless L-2 failover & hitless L-2 software upgrades 12
13 Nein, wirtschaftlich soll es auch sein Per Non-Blocking 10-GbE Port (Unburdened) Thousands $300 $250 $200 $150 $100 $50 $0 Juniper T320 1/20th the Price of Competing Solutions!! Juniper T640 Cisco GSR Foundry NI XMR Series Cisco CRS-1 Foundry NI XMR Series 10 GE LAN OC-192 / STM-64 / 10 GE WAN $7,500 $10,000* Juniper T320 Juniper T640 Cisco CRS-1 (incl. LC SW) Cisco GSR Foundry NI XMR Series * Note: 10-GbE WAN and OC-192/STM-64 port prices include cost for 10 km optics (LR) 13
14 Energieeinsparpotentiale vs. Cat6509 FastIron SX1600 2x SF, 2x MMGT 4 x 10Gig 48 x Gig Fiber 240 x 10/100/ x 1500W PS Cisco CAT x Sup720 4 x 10Gig 48 x Gig Fiber 240 x 10/100/1000 2x 4000W PS Number of Racks 0,29 0,29 Power (KWh) 2,03 2,9 Thermal (BTU/hr) 6,925 9,898 Cooling Needed (Tons) 0,58 0,82 BigIron RX8 2x SF, 2x MMGT 4 x 10Gig 48 x Gig Fiber 240 x 10/100/ x 1400W PS Cisco CAT x Sup720 4 x 10Gig 48 x Gig Fiber 240 x 10/100/1000 2x 4000W PS Number of Racks 0,15 0,29 Power (KWh) 2,01 2,9 Thermal (BTU/hr) 6,845 9,898 Cooling 14 Needed (Tons) 0, ,82 Jun Foundry Networks, Inc.
15 Nein, Top-Speed ist nicht alles Blocking vs. Wirespeed Ausfallsicherheit Netzwerkmanagement Security Flexibilität & Skalierbarkeit 15
16 Support of a wide range of redundancy Protocols Layer 2 redundancy Link Aggregation (LACP/ IEEE 802.3ad & static) UDLD (Uni-Directional Link Detection) STP and Rapid STP (IEEE 802.1w) Multiple STP (802.1s) and PVST+ Metro Ring Protocol (more than 7 nodes within a ring structure) Virtual Switch Redundancy Protocol (L2/L3 meshed topologies) Layer 3 redundancy VRRP Enhanced VRRP Dynamic Routing Protocols (RIP, RIP2, OSPF, IS-IS, BGP) ECMP/ Loadsharing The benefits are clear: Network wide redundancies The choice of standard based protocols or enhanced Foundry specific protocols Eliminates network down times April Foundry Networks, Inc.
17 Ironshield Security Complete Device Protection Standard security SSH, SCP, HTTPS, Extended security DoS Protection, Complete IPv6 management Service Protection Wire-speed Access Control List ICMP Smurf and TCP Syn Protection BPDU and Root Guard Hardware-based Policy Base Routing Perimeter Protection DHCP snooping, IP Source Guard, and DAI 802.1X and MAC Authentication Dynamic ACL & VLAN Assignment with 802.1X and MAC Authentication Secure On-demand Policy Assignment NAC and Microsoft s Network Access Protection IronShield 360 sflow (RFC 3176) Open-based, Best-in-Breed Security Solution 17
18 IronView Network Management User & Role Manager Area of Responsibility RADIUS Authentication Feature-Level User or Role Accounts Topology Manager L2, VLAN, Topology Views Detailed Node Information Zoom, Print, & Save Options Dashboard Wired & Wireless Device Status thumbnail Views Event & Alarm Status View INM Status View ACL Manager Standard & Extended ACL Deployments Management ACLs Wireless Manager Site Planning Wireless IPS Wireless Virtual Shield Central Management Closed Loop Remediation sflow to Snort conversion Snort Event Processor Security Policy Manager Foundry Device Remediation VLAN Manager VLAN View by Device, IP Subnet, & Tag-Type VLAN Configuration Deployments VE & Protocol-Based VLANs 18 Event Manager Filter & Suppression /Pager Alerts Active Response Snort Event Processor
19 Flexibilität & Skalierbarkeit End-to-End Enterprise L2/3 Offering Feature Lowest TCO and Highest ROI for IPv6, 10GbE, & PoE Solutions High Performance, Complete Security and Convergence Complete IPv4 / IPv6 Network Visibility Using sflow Robust Edge to Core IPv6 Solution BigIron RX Series NetIron MLX Series CORE FastIron SuperX Family FastIron Edge X Series FastIron GS Series FastIron LS Series EDGE Performance
20 Nein, Wireless ist stark im Kommen 4 th Generation Services / Scale 2 nd Generation Cisco 350 Proxim Linksys Basic Connectivity Stand-alone 3 rd Generation Cisco 1200+SWAN Symbol Aruba, Trapeze, Airespace 3 rd Generation + Central Management Security Aggregated AP s Central Switch/ Appliance Foundry IronPoint Mobility Series 4 th Generation + Single Channel Architecture High Density QoS Zero Handover Over-the-Air QoS Virtual Cell April Foundry Networks, Inc.
21 Challenge #1: Poor Performance Wireless LAN is a shared medium 6/17 Throughput decreases as users increase Micro-cell or pico-cell deployment: Not always helpful April Foundry Networks, Inc.
22 Over-the-Air QoS Advantage Deterministic Channel Access No over-the-air QoS Channel Access with Traditional AP Over-the-air QoS Channel Access with Mobility Series AP Time (Sec) Unpredictable channel access, latency, jitter AP gets proportional share of channel as one of the clients Time (Sec) 5.56 Predictable channel access, latency, jitter AP gets the right amount of channel access (50%) Over-the-Air QoS allows IronPoint Mobility Series to support over 100 users on a single AP; 5X more users than Traditional APs April Foundry Networks, Inc.
23 Solution #1: Contention-Free Wireless With Over-the-Air QoS, a single AP can support over 100 devices; 5X more devices than APs without Over-the-Air QoS 2007 Foundry Networks, Inc. April Foundry Networks, Inc.
24 NETWORKS AP200 Over-the-Air QoS Advantage 5x More Voice Calls per Access Point Basic QoS Traditional AP Over-the-Air QoS 5X IronPoint Mobility 30+ Series AP < Traditional AP Standard Client Traditional AP Proprietary Client Mobility Series AP Standard Client Typically data & voice on separate channels/network Dynamic mix of voice & data on same channels April Foundry Networks, Inc.
25 NETWORKS AP200 NETWORKS AP200 Over-the-Air QoS Advantage Virtual Cell Fastest Roaming Times Zero delay, zero latency, zero packet-loss roaming Traditional APs IronPoint Mobility Series Virtual Cell Architecture BSSID = XX BSSID = YY BSSID = ZZ BSSID = ZZ 01:00 00:00 Channel 1 200ms 5 sec between APs Channel 6 Channel 1 Channel 1 Seamless roaming: < 3 msec between APs Virtual Cell enables wireless VoIP & other real-time applications to meet enterprise mobility requirements April Foundry Networks, Inc.
26 Over-the-Air QoS Advantage Virtual Cell Lowest TCO Solution Virtual Cell Single Channel Configuration Over-theAir QoS IronPoint Mobility Controller No co-channel interference Eliminates performance loss Simple & easy to deploy & maintain Eliminates detailed site planning & ongoing RF management More coverage with fewer APs Eliminates need for Micro-cell or Pico-cell deployment Dedicated AP redundancy Eliminates dependency on reactive, backup or stand-by coverage Overlay multiple Virtual Cells for higher performance For 2X to 3X increase in total bandwidth; maximize use of every channel! April Foundry Networks, Inc.
27 Today s Challenge: Limited Client Density Conventional APs can only have up to 15 Clients on a single radio Very difficult for auditoriums or classrooms that can have more than 200+ Laptops Conference rooms with 20+ wireless VoIP calls 2007 Foundry Networks, Inc. April Foundry Networks, Inc.
28 Solution: High Density Client Support With Over-the-Air QoS, a single RS4000 can support over 250 devices; Ten times more devices than conventional APs 2007 Foundry Networks, Inc. April Foundry Networks, Inc.
29 Worldwide Adoption Forecast n Worldwide Market Forecast - Enterprise Access Points Units Shipped (000 s) Benefits Higher performance 5x higher throughput Greater range 2x greater distance Better coverage MIMO radios provide better resistance to interference a/g n Source: Dell Oro Group, Wireless LAN Report - Five Year Forecast , Vol 8, No. 1 29
30 Foundry s IronPoint Mobility Series Access Point Product Line Full n Draft 2.0 Upgradeable n Draft 2.0 Single Radio Full n NEW! AP310 Dual Radios Full n NEW! AP320 Upgradeable to n Dual a/b/g Radios NEW! AP302 Upgradeable to n Single a/b/g Radio Single n Radio NEW! AP311 Converged Voice/Data a/b/g Single a/b/g/ Radio Dual a/b/g Radios Classic Enterprise a/b/g Single b/g Radio Single a Radio Dual b/g Radios Dual a Radios AP201 AP AP150 RS4000
31 Foundry s IronPoint Mobility Series AP n Access Points Designed for any deployment scenario, migration plan & budget n Draft 2.0 dual band AP320 & single band AP310 Upgradeable, cost-effective a/b/g AP311 & AP302 Supports 802.3af PoE and new 802.3at PoE+ Investment protection for legacy switches and seamless transition to new standards Closes the n rogue AP security gap Detects, alerts & monitors n rogue APs Maintains performance leadership for highest scalability & ease of deployment Advanced reservation-based QoS allows 64 users per radio with no performance loss due to contention. No more wasteful Picocells to manage high density networks Single-channel advantage eliminates complex RF planning & need for special adaptive radios. Greater coverage with fewer access points. NEW! 31
32 Outdoor Access Point IronPoint Mobility Serise OAP180 Access Point -40 F to 140 F temperature range IP65 / NEMA 4 enclosure Includes power injector with rugged Ethernet cable Dual radio a g Feature parity with AP150 Works with all Mobility Controllers General Availability: Q
33 Foundry s IronPoint Mobility Series Mobility Controller Product Line 1,000 AP 10 Gbps PE A M R O RF E C N 150 AP 2 Gbps MC AP 2 Gbps 5 AP 200 Mbps NEW! MC3000 MC1000 S MC LA A C Y T I BIL
34 Foundry s IronPoint Mobility Series MC5000 Mobility Controller Supports 1,000 access points Including all current a/b/g access points plus new, high performance n models 10 Gbps wireless throughput Modular, upgradeable controller blades Flexible GigE Copper and SFP interface options High availability architecture Redundant management modules, power supplies, fan trays Robust enterprise wireless security and management features NEW! 34
35 Nein: Flexibilität auf Layer 4-7 ServerIron Stackable ServerIronGT C Series ServerIronGT E Series ServerIron 350/450/850 ServerIronXL Modular 2U, Feature-Rich, stackable form factor (With SSL) Mid-Range Performance, Expandable and Feature-Rich (With SSL) High-Performance, Density and Highly Scalable (On-Demand Integrated SSL) Entry-Level Essential Features and Best Price ServerIronXL 16/24 GT-C2404F GT-E2404 ServerIron Plus ServerIron 4G Family Advanced Entry Price GT-CGC16 GT-EGC16 ServerIron Plus ServerIron 4G GT-CGx2 GT-EGx2 ServerIron Plus ServerIron 4G-SSL Integrated SSL Acceleration Module Options Price and Performance 35
36 Nein, stabile Lieferanten werden benötigt Company Overview World Headquarters, Santa Clara, California Manufacturing Operations, San Jose, California $607 Million Annual Revenues (2007), (=+33%) Record $168.7 Million in Quarterly Revenues (Q4/2007) 6 th record quarter in a row 10+ years of Networking Innovation $965.7 Million in Cash with No Debt Over 15,000 Customers Worldwide 65+ Product and Corporate Awards Market Cap 1.8 bn$ April Foundry Networks, Inc.
37 Gartner MQ 2008 Identifies 4 Key Attributes Driving Buying Decisions Support for an open, standards-based platform for convergence applications Completely supports and encourages open standards Ability to embed security in the LAN infrastructure IronShield 360 and IronPowered Technology Alliances Support for increasingly large, scalable data centers Delivers industries most powerful, scalable and cost-effective data center switching solutions Ability to drive innovation to support a long-lived, cost-effective infrastructure Won numerous industry corporate awards that reinforce/support our leadership within the networking space Deliver affordable, powerful, scalable and innovative solutions
38 Gartner Campus LAN Magic Quadrant: The importance of year-over-year comparison challengers leaders THE LONG VIEW: END USERS ability to execute Alcatel-Lucent 3Com Force10 Networks HP ProCurve Nortel Extreme Networks Enterasys Cisco FOUNDRY Our ability to envision the future of the market and our ability to execute on that vision means that we will continue to offer you industryleading products and complete networking solutions. Our notable customer support team is dedicated to ensuring the longevity of your network and the protection of your IT financial investment. We continue to outpace the other players in our market space and have proven to be a serious technology threat to the perceived leader, Cisco. niche players visionaries completeness of vision *Magic Quadrant for Campus LAN (Global), 2008, Mark Fabbi, 26 March 2008
39 Gartner Group 2008 ability to execute challengers Alcatel-Lucent niche players 3Com Force10 Networks leaders HP ProCurve visionaries Cisco Nortel Extreme Networks Enterasys FOUNDRY HIGHLIGHTS Foundry Networks is rapidly increasing market share. Foundry Networks is separating itself from the remaining vendors. Foundry is emerging as a leading player in high-capacity, scalable networking solutions. QUOTES Outstanding customer support remains a strong attribute that is repeatedly mentioned by Foundry customers. This is an extremely well-run organization, as demonstrated by sustained profitability and significant financial resources that ensure long-term viability. completeness of vision *Magic Quadrant for Campus LAN (Global), 2008, Mark Fabbi, 26 March Foundry 39Networks, Inc.
40 Gartner Cautions Cisco* There is a lack of a cost-effective stacking product. The vendor is slow to add standard features for convergence, such as LLDP-MED (just added in September 2007). Cisco has support challenges when dealing with multivendor solutions, especially in voice and collaboration. A business model built on strong account control and a lack of competitive bidding has allowed this vendor to keep list prices high. HP ProCurve* A true enterprise data center product is still lacking, generally limiting ProCurve to enterprise connectivity solutions and small- to midsize-business data centers. ProCurve's free lifetime warranty often gets in the way of appropriate discussions regarding the complete range of postsales services that organizations should consider. *Magic Quadrant for Campus LAN (Global), 2008, Mark Fabbi, 26 March 2008
41 Expanded Services Footprint & Capabilities EMEA TAC (Amsterdam) Go Live Q San Jose Los Angeles London Chicago Denver Boston New York Washington D.C. Munich Tokyo Hong Kong Honolulu 12 Centers of Excellence Worldwide >50 Sales Offices Worldwide >30 Parts Depots TAC Centers Sept Foundry Networks, Inc.
42 Vielen Dank! Thomas Schlosser Regional Sales Manager West Foundry Networks GmbH Bickensohler Weg 9 D Mannheim Germany Tel Fax Cell
43 Foundry s Product Breadth Layer 2/3 Edge Layer 3 Core Metro Router Core Router Layer 4-7 Security Wireless FastIron SX1600/SX800/S uperx FastIron GS 624P/648P FWS & FES X Series BigIron RX-4/-8/-16/-32 FastIron SX1600/SX800/S uperx NetIron MLX 4/8/16/32 + Packet over SONET (PoS) + Carrier Ethernet NetIron M2404 Series NetIron XMR 4000/8000/16000/ Packet over SONET (PoS) + Carrier Ethernet ServerIron 350/450/850 ServerIron GT E Series ServerIron GT C Series Ironshield 360 Security SecureIron Traffic Mgr 300 SecureIron Traffic Mgr 100 IronPoint Mobility Series IronPoint WLM IronPoint 200 ServerIron 4G SecureIron LS300 FES 2402/4802/9604 SP Network Mgmt SP Network Mgmt ServerIron XL Series SecureIron LS100 FES-IronPoint IronView Network Management April Foundry Networks, Inc.