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  1. 1. © 2017 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. 1 Simple IT Leads to simple IT Management Jacques Lapointe SEM May 29th , 2018 Cisco Connect
  2. 2. Notes from the Connect tour
  3. 3. IT Expenses Prohibitor Revenues Enabler
  4. 4. © 2016 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. 6 Analytics Mobility Automation Security Virtualization Open APls Multi-Cloud Policy loT SDN Overwhelming complexity
  5. 5. © 2016 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. 7 rate-limit {input | output} [dscp dscp-value] [access-group [rate-limit] acl-index] bps burst-normal burst-max conform- action conform-action exceed-action exceed-action
  6. 6. Digital Business SecurityMobile IoT Cloud the secure, intelligent PLATFORM for digital business
  7. 7. Increased Pace of Innovation Secure, Intelligent Platform for Digital Business Reinventthe Network Embracea Multi-Cloud World Unlockthe Powerof Data Employeeand Customer Experience Securityis Foundational
  8. 8. © 2016 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. 10 © 2017 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential© 2017 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential Windows/x86 was the most successful platform in the 80’s and 90’s Google has evolved to become much more than search eBay expanded from an online auction community into voice services Apple expands beyond music into digital entertainment A Platform: • Delivers applications or services to a user with a consistent experience • Can mobilize seamlessly an ecosystem – open standards • Is pervasive, extensible, and based on open architectures Examples: Successful Platforms Evolve Over Time Today’s Networks are not a Digital Platform Platform Approach User Experience Open Architecture Systems Integration Cisco’s R&D Strategy has been focused on building platform
  9. 9. Digital Network Architecture Software Defined Networking (SDN) Software Defined Access (SDA) Network Function Virtualization (NFV) Intelligent WAN (iWAN) Policy Enforcement Points (PEP) in the Mobile and DOCSIS Packet Cores Jasper Provisioning and Connectivity Management Data Delivery Platform Industrial/Field Network Director Connected Grid Endpoints APIC-EM Connected Grid Routers Cisco DevNet Cisco has been working toward this for years
  10. 10. Now we’re bringing them all together with a Platform Approach A Platform Approach: Differentiated and based on Software Analytics & Assurance Automation Security & Compliance
  11. 11. Analytics & Assurance Automation Security & Compliance Intent-based network for WAN Optimize and secure application performance over any connection to the cloud. Access Segment your network and secure user access from the edge to the cloud Data Center Run any traditional or cloud native application across any environment Cloud Edge Securely connect and protect workloads moving into the cloud and between clouds. I N T E N T C O N T E X T S E C U R I T Y L E A R N I N G Re-invent Networking Multi-Cloud
  12. 12. Cisco’s Platform Principles Deliver ubiquitous connectivity for a digital world Deliver actionable organization insight Secure data wherever it exists Simplify the user experience Provide flexibility in how customers consume, deploy, & operate IT infrastructure Enhance collaboration within and between organizations
  13. 13. Deliver Ubiquitous Connectivity for a Digital World Fabric Based Networks Converged Infrastructure Abstract network function from underlying hardware to simplify deployment and provide a consistent experience. Cloud, Premise & Hybrid Deliver a single user experience across wired and wireless with key services embedded in the network fabric. Provide flexibility in the deployment and management to extend access & governance to users/devices anywhere.
  14. 14. Deliver Actionable Organizational Insight Telemetry Analytics Application Visibility Incorporate visibility and automated intelligence to provide dynamic insight to the operations of the network. Leverage the network to provide business insight and location services to create a differentiated user experience. Provide real-time visibility to application interactions across the extended organization to ensure a secure and optimal user experience.
  15. 15. Secure Data Wherever it Exists Threat Visibility Segmentation Leverage the network as a sensor through visibility and automated intelligence to identify threats before causing impact Provide automatic segmentation of the network based on organizational function to limit attack surface and exposure Policy & Identity Automate security policy definition and deployment to secure data and ensure confidentiality across the enterprise and cloud
  16. 16. Simplify the User Experience Automation Open Standards Simplify network operations through use of automated toolsets, controllers and automated intelligence Provide flexibility in how networks are architected by supporting open standards & interoperability. Management & Orchestration Simplify management of the network platform through tools, process and automated intelligence
  17. 17. Flexibility in Consumption, Deployment & Operations of IT Assets Virtualization OrchestrationCloud, Premise & Hybrid Virtualize traditional hardware “boxes” to software functions to allow agility, flexibility and operational simplification Deploy organizational IT assets to where they can most effectively be run while maintaining policy and visibility Provide unified management and policy orchestration for IT assets in the public, private and hybrid cloud
  18. 18. Enhance Collaboration Within & Between Organizations Provide an extensible collaboration platform that is integrated to business applications and processes Optimize the workspace experience by integrating collaboration tools with location and building services to simplify the experience Extensibility & API’s Location Unify the collaboration experience across all forms of communication and provide an optimal experience to users wherever they are Consistent Experience
  19. 19. 21© 2017 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Making IT real simple
  20. 20. 22© 2017 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. IT Today Network Security Collaboration Datacenter Network Security Collaboration Datacenter Simple IT
  21. 21. 23© 2017 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Network $30 - $40k annual consulting fees Security Meraki SD-WAN documented savings of $250k Collaboration $30k in annual upgrades Datacenter Support cost reductions Estimated Savings Opportunities Network 50% reduction in network operational problems Security 10 minute roll-out Collaboration Approval times cut in half Datacenter 80% reduction in deployment times Soft Savings Opportunities
  22. 22. IT lifecycle Procure Deploy Manage Retire Plan Audit Control Reconcile Fasttrack LoB Automate
  23. 23. Automation enables Simplification APIs enable Automation Models give Structure to Automation Simplification through Programmable Automation “Effect the same result with less effort.” Automation Human Intent Push x policies with y inputs to z devices. When x happens, do y. Deploy a new site to support x users called y. Programmatic Action Carried out via APIs
  24. 24. © 2016 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. 26 Design Thinking Products Solutions Outcomes Costs Risks Manufacturers Integrators Partners New consumption models +- -+ Customerperspective
  25. 25. IT evolution IT Business Business Governance Operations Monitor Install Upgrade Move Add Change Process Troubleshoot Experience Innovation Creative Enabler Experience Concept Idea Business DevOps
  26. 26. Action Process Analyze Predict Trends Classification Pattern Recognition Anomaly Detection Compliance Analysis Cost Modeling Remediation Time Normalization Event Correlation Statistical Analysis Tag-based Search Real-time Analytics Visualize Application Threat Analysis Transaction Analysis Automation Recommendations Data Normalization Full Stack Monitoring Log Analytics End User Monitoring 3rd Party Integrations AnalyticsSecurityLogsMonitoring Incident Public Knowledge REST APIs System Logs NetFlow Activity Machine Audit Events Cloud Net Alerts Optimize Baselining Auto-Tagging Alert Prioritization v v v v v v v Unlock the Power of Data High Level Strategy: Monitor, Analyze, Act
  27. 27. Security User Experience Service Management/ Cloud or Prem Automation Abstraction/Policy Analytics Data and Insights Hardware Accelerated and NFV APIs • Open • Programmable AppsUsers &Things Delivering the Digital Platform. Today.
  28. 28. © 2017 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. 30 How are you making IT simple?
  29. 29. Thank you.