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© 2014 Open Networking FoundationTSSG Workshop: ‘Driving Innovation for the next Generation SDN’ 31st March 2015
ONF: Putt...
SDN Drivers
2
Mobile
Computing
Hyperscale,
Virtualized
Data Centers
On-
Demand
Network
Services
Increase
ARPU
TSUNAMI OF D...
Traditional Networking Limitations
3
Not Cost-Effective
• CAPEX
• OPEX
Not Agile Enough for On-Demand
• Time-to-market
• R...
4
SDN Value Proposition
Make
Money
• Customization
• Revenue velocity
• Service Quality
Save
Money
• Virtualization
• Auto...
ONF SDN Architecture
5
• Enable
innovation/differentiation
• Accelerate new features and
services introduction
• Simplify ...
Operator Open SDN/OpenFlow Deployments
6 66
East Asia North Asia
South Asia-Pac North America
Pan-Pacific data-
center & u...
NFV: Network Functions Virtualization
7
• From: dedicated appliances
• To: server software/VMs
• Widely enabled by SDN
• F...
ONF: Leading the Open SDN Movement
8
We are:
• Accelerating the adoption of open SDN
• Standardizing as little as necessar...
ONF Operator Members (of 140+ total)
9
Equinix
Facebook
Goldman Sachs
Google
Microsoft
TW Telecom
Verizon
Virtela
Yahoo!
A...
10
Open-Source Cloud
Computing
Open Northbound
APIs
Open-Source
Controller
Open-Source
Hardware
Open Southbound
Protocol
O...
11
Open SDN Software Opportunities
Bare-metal/
white-box servers
VMWare, XEN, etc.
Linux or
Windows Server
Hardware
Virtua...
Conclusions
12
• Networking: ripe with software opportunity
– Governed by external software
– Riding advances in distribut...
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ONF: putting the S in SDN. Tom Farrell, Aperilink

  1. 1. © 2014 Open Networking FoundationTSSG Workshop: ‘Driving Innovation for the next Generation SDN’ 31st March 2015 ONF: Putting the S in SDN Tom Farrell, Aperilink, on behalf of Dan Pitt Executive Director www.opennetworking.org • SDN basics • Industry developments • ONF’s leading role • Software opportunities
  2. 2. SDN Drivers 2 Mobile Computing Hyperscale, Virtualized Data Centers On- Demand Network Services Increase ARPU TSUNAMI OF DATA
  3. 3. Traditional Networking Limitations 3 Not Cost-Effective • CAPEX • OPEX Not Agile Enough for On-Demand • Time-to-market • Rapid service provisioning Not Designed for Virtualization or Cloud • East-west traffic support • Bottleneck for server virtualization
  4. 4. 4 SDN Value Proposition Make Money • Customization • Revenue velocity • Service Quality Save Money • Virtualization • Automation • Simplification
  5. 5. ONF SDN Architecture 5 • Enable innovation/differentiation • Accelerate new features and services introduction • Simplify provisioning • Optimize performance • Granular policy management • Decouple: • Hardware & Software • Control plane & forwarding • Physical & logical configuration Programmability Centralized Intelligence Abstraction Data Plane Hardware Abstraction Layer Switching Silicon Control Plane e Network Operating System Applications API API API API v v v v v v NBIs SBIs SDK APIs
  6. 6. Operator Open SDN/OpenFlow Deployments 6 66 East Asia North Asia South Asia-Pac North America Pan-Pacific data- center & undersea- cable NaaS Global carrier cloud: customer self- provisioning & BW on demand BGP augmentation for QoS, application priority in IX Studio video WAN distribution & caching .
  7. 7. NFV: Network Functions Virtualization 7 • From: dedicated appliances • To: server software/VMs • Widely enabled by SDN • Forwarding plane modifiable by remote software • ETSI NFV ISG • Formal partner • They do requirements • We do specifications, POCs • Common leaders, members, objectives • OPNFV • Cooperation, collaboration Programmable Data Plane Network Apps Business Apps Network Services Function Virtualization / Orchestration / Routing OpenFlow Control
  8. 8. ONF: Leading the Open SDN Movement 8 We are: • Accelerating the adoption of open SDN • Standardizing as little as necessary • Advocates of experimentation, coding, open-source • Created to benefit network operators To us, SDN is: • Physical separation of forwarding and control • Simplification of networking devices • Creating value through operator software To us, Open is: • Published • Standardized • Not controlled by a single party
  9. 9. ONF Operator Members (of 140+ total) 9 Equinix Facebook Goldman Sachs Google Microsoft TW Telecom Verizon Virtela Yahoo! Alibaba Baidu China Mobile China Telecom Korea Telecom NTT Communications PCCW Global SK Telecom Tata Communications Telecom Malaysia Tencent Colt Deutsche Telekom Telecom Italia Swisscom Telefonica Vodafone ECI Telecom
  10. 10. 10 Open-Source Cloud Computing Open Northbound APIs Open-Source Controller Open-Source Hardware Open Southbound Protocol Open-Source Switch Software Infrastructure Layer Application Layer Business Applications Control Layer Network Services Network Services API API API v v v v Ryu ONIE Open Source Optics Evolved SDN • Put out the code • Whatever the community ends up liking – there’s your standard FOSS: for common building blocks; better than a monopoly, duplicative effort
  11. 11. 11 Open SDN Software Opportunities Bare-metal/ white-box servers VMWare, XEN, etc. Linux or Windows Server Hardware Virtualization Operating System Data Center Orchestration Server World Open Networking Bare-metal/ white-box switch Business Optimization Apps, Controls, Monitoring Neutron Linux Ethernet Apps Services, XaaS, Analytics Plug-ins CloudStack, VCenter Nova OpenStack SDN Controller Ryu, ODL, ONOS Linux/ONIE ASIC/HAL Migration OpenFlow client Chip Programming, DPI in CPU Platforms, Management System Integration
  12. 12. Conclusions 12 • Networking: ripe with software opportunity – Governed by external software – Riding advances in distributed computing – Integrated into IT • ONF: putting the S in SDN – Vision, architecture, specs, thought leadership – Software as proof, integration, acceleration – Trusted voice of Open SDN, where the innovators meet Join us to accelerate the adoption of open SDN

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