Dell Networking Overview - GAPP System, spol. s ro

Dell Networking Overview - GAPP System, spol. s ro
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Zbyněk Houska
Change: The only constant
2009
2014
The future
25%
40%
??
2.5M
500M
??
800K
4400K
??
Internet users
worldwide
Tweets per day
Size of the
digital universe
2
Dell Networking
PETABYTES
PETABYTES
Technology that transforms with you
so you can transform your business
Investment
assurance
Scalability
on demand
Access to
latest innovations
Future protection,
Tailored to workloads,
Multiple flexible paths to
better TCO
designed to grow with you
integration of new capabilities
Dell is different
3
Open &
standards-based
Open &
Modular
systems
Modular
Modern
portfolio
Modern
Choice
preservation,
standards-based
Adaptive
systemsbuilding blocks,
Transparent
portfolio approach with no
upgrades
without forklifts
Choice preservation,
not
monolithic
stacks
Adaptive
building
blocks,
vested
interest
in legacy
systems
Transparent
approach
with
no
upgrades without forklifts
not monolithic stacks
vested interest in legacy systems
Dell Networking
Our approach gives you better results
Decreasing operating costs
New
proprietary
solutions
The
Future-Ready
Enterprise
• Closed management stack
• Limited interoperability
• Lock-in penalty
Initial Ongoing
costs
Cost
Decreasing
acquisition costs
Initial Ongoing
costs
Cost
• Complex and monolithic
• High cost-per-transaction
• Proprietary to one vendor
Initial Ongoing
costs
Cost
Commodity
systems
Increasing operating costs
4
Dell Networking
• Rapid time to value
• Superior ease of use
• Unrivaled flexibility to adapt
Initial Ongoing
costs
Cost
Increasing
acquisition costs
Legacy
systems
A scalable, end-to-end
approach that delivers:
• Hardware with no value added
• Technology transition issues
• Limited vendor support
Recognized for our vision
“The world’s most innovative, disruptive & visionary
networking vendor”
Data Center
“Dell has emerged as a top four
Campus
player in the data center networking
space measured by port shipments.
It has also been the most-innovative
and most-disruptive mainstream
data center networking vendor in the
market over the past 12 months.”
Gartner “Vendor Rating: Dell” April 2015
http://www.dell.com/learn/us/en/uscorp1/analyst-relations-research-and-reports
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Dell Networking
Dell
2013
Dell
2014
Customer success
Web 2.0 &
E-commerce
0
8 of top 25
cloud and
Web2.0
Source: Google.com
Hospitality
Top 5 most
popular global
hotel chains
Source: Via Luxpresso
Healthcare
Higher
education
5 of top 10
hospitals in
the United
States
7 of the 8 Ivy
league
institutions
Source: US News & World
Source: US News ranking
Every university
in Big 10 Conf.
IT companies
Top 8 of 10 IT
companies
measured by
revenue
Source: Wikipedia
Dell has outpaced the Networking market over the last 5 years (CAGR of 10% vs 4%)
Q4 2015: Outpaced market by 2x in port shipments
Channel business now 30% of Networking revenue
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Dell Networking
Data Center
Networking
Compute paradigm shift
The disaggregated server model changed the landscape
Mainframe model
X86 servers model
Proprietary architectures
& mgmt tools
Digital
Limited apps
Sun
Proprietary OS
(e.g., Solaris, HP-UX, Ultrix)
Proprietary CPUs
(e.g., SPARC, PA-RISC, Alpha)
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Dell
Application ecosystem
HP
HP | UX
IBM
Orchestration/automation for
distributed computing
Dell Networking
Standard OS—hypervisors
VMware | Windows Server System | RedHat
Linux | Suse
Industry standard (X86 CPU)
Intel | AMD
Networking paradigm shift
Traditional networking
Proprietary architectures
& mgmt tools
Standard orchestration &
automation tools
Hundreds of protocols
Optional 3rd party SDN/NVO
controller
Proprietary networking
OS
9
Future of networking
Any networking OS
(e.g., Cisco IOS, Juniper OS)
Open standard hardware
Proprietary ASICs
Merchant silicon
Dell Networking
Open Networking—The foundation for our vision
in the data center
Dell Software-Defined Networking
Operating System
Solutions
Network Overlay
Solutions
Control Plane
Solutions
Switching
Software
Virtual
Networking
Forwarding
Plane
+
+
+
Switching
Hardware
Physical
Networking
Control
Plane
Dell Open Networking
Disaggregating the building blocks of networking
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Dell Networking
Maximizing
customer choice,
flexibility, and
innovation at
any scale
Active Fabric—The un-chassis solution for the
future-ready data center
Conventional Core
Dell Active FabricTM
Z-Series Spine
S-Series Leaf
• Traditional chassis-based
architectures drive power,
cooling, and cost up
•
• N-tier architecture not optimized
for modern workloads or traffic
patterns
•
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Dell Networking
Recommended“ as
an alternative to
chassis-based switch
architectures”*
Active Fabric solutions provide
highly economical and scalable
alternatives to chassis designs
Reduce capital costs up to 70%,
operational expense by up to
30%
Active Fabric Manager—Fabrics made easy
Single pane of glass fabric
management
•
•
One console to design, build and monitor
fabrics of any size
Manage multiple fabrics from a single console
Automated provisioning and
configuration
•
•
Leverage embedded automation and
programmatic capabilities
Deploy a data center fabric in a fraction of the
time
Dell innovation
•
Built-in design templates for complex
topologies
– Layer 3 fabrics—distributed core
– Layer 2 fabrics—virtual link trunking (VLT)
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Dell Networking
1. Design
59%
Average savings
with Active
Fabric
solutions
2. Build
3. Run
86%
Reduction in
design and
deployment
time
An Active Fabric solution that’s right for you
Scenario 1: No Existing
Core or Fabric
Scenario 2: Existing
Chassis Core
North
Dell Active Fabric Solution
Z-Series leaf &
spine elements
North
Spine
Z9500
South
Dell Active Fabric Solution
Leaf
South
Spine
Z9100
West
East
Leaf
West
East
• Deploy Dell Active Fabric solution for
North-South and East-West traffic
• Cap existing chassis core, use for
North-South network traffic primarily
• Use Dell Active Fabric Manager for
simple configuration and deployment
• Deploy Dell Active Fabric solution for
high performance East-West traffic
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Dell Networking
Dell Networking product portfolio
Campus & Data Center
Chassis Switches
10/40GbE
Z9500
Z9100-ON
C9000
Fabric & Access Switches
Blade I/O
10/25/40/50/100GbE
40GbE
10/40GbE & FC
10/40GbE
1/10GbE
MXL
IOA
S4810P-ON
S4820T
10GbE
10/40GbE
1/10GbE
N4000
X4012
N1500
X1000
Wireless & BYOD
Controllers & Access Points
N2000
Cloudbased / Security
Indoor
Outdoor
W-Series
Dell Networking
S6100
S5000
Enterprise Campus LAN
Web Managed LAN
1(/10)GbE
S6000-ON
S4048-ON
S3048-ON
M1000e & FX platforms
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40GbE
10/25/40/50/100GbE
C1000P
10GbE/FC
10GbE
1G
Core Fabric Switches
1/10GbE
Aerohive / SonicWall
N3000
Guest access & BYOD
Z9100 100GbE Open Networking spine switch
Multi-rate 100GbE 1RU spine
switch
•
Multi-rate switching
•
Support for Dell OS9.x & 3rd Party OS
–
–
–
–
32 ports x 40GbE or 100GbE
128 ports x 10GbE or 25GbE
64 ports x 50GbE.
Additional 2 fixed 1/10 GbE SFP+ ports
Built for peak performance
•
•
Cloud/Web2.0, HPC & Higher Ed, Government &
Enterprise/Campus/DC interconnects
Optimized for high performance, ultra-low latency
Data Center requirements
Dell innovation
•
•
•
Open Networking (ONIE)
Flexible & multi-rate (1 to 100GbE)
QSFP28 100G form factor with low power, cost &
space
* Source: Competitive Data Sheets
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Dell Networking
Dell Networking Z9100-ON
7X
Higher density
per RU vs Cisco
Nexus 9504*
3X
Higher density
per RU vs
Juniper
QFX10002*
S6100 Multi-rate modular in-rack switch
Industry’s first multi-rate modular
in-rack switch
•
•
Full multi-rate capabilities from 10-100GbE
Modules:
– 8 x 40GbE (QSFP+)
– 8 x 100GbE (QSFP28, 4x25)
– 4 x 100GbE (CXP, 10x10) + 4 x 100GbE (4x25)
Purpose-built for high-speed
server and storage connectivity
•
•
Ideal for high-performance multi-rate enterprise and
HPC environments
Complete OS9 feature set including SDN, Open
Automation, and virtualization features
Dell innovation
•
•
•
Open Networking (ONIE)
Flexible design + multi-rate connectivity
QSFP28 100G form factor--low power, cost & space
* Source: Competitive Data Sheets
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Dell Networking
Dell Networking S6100-ON
Investment
Protection
FutureReady
Modular
configuration vs
fixed on Cisco
Nexus 3264Q
Multi-rate 10100GbE vs
40GbE only on
Cisco 3264Q
S4048 10/40GbE Open Networking in-rack switch
Latest 10/40GbE 1RU in-rack
switch
•
•
•
48 x 10GbE & 6 x 10GbE SFP+ ports
72 x 10GbE ports
Advanced features VXLAN, larger tables,
expanded buffering vs. current generation
Purpose-built for server and
storage connectivity
•
•
•
Ideal for high-performance 10GbE enterprise,
mid-market and HPC environments
Cloud/Web2.0 Open Networking environment
Complete OS9 feature set including SDN, Open
Automation, and virtualization features
Dell innovation
•
•
Open Networking (ONIE)
Fully tested and validated with 3rd party operating
systems
* Source: Competitive Data Sheets
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Dell Networking
Dell Networking S4048-ON
1/2
1/2
Switching
latency vs. Cisco
Nexus 5672
Power draw vs.
Cisco Nexus
5672
S3048 1/10GbE Open Networking in-rack switch
Latest 1/10GbE 1RU in-rack
switch
•
•
•
48 x 1GBase-T & 4 x 10GbE SFP+ ports
Built for superior efficiency & performance
Next-generation 1G silicon for OS9.x & ON
support
Purpose-built for server and
storage connectivity
•
•
Ideal for enterprise and mid-market
environments with existing 1GbE installed base
Complete OS9 feature set including SDN, Open
Automation, and virtualization features
Dell innovation
•
•
•
Open Networking (ONIE)
Fully tested and validated with 3rd party operating
systems
User Port stacking support
* Source: Competitive Data Sheets
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Dell Networking
Dell Networking S3048-ON
1/2
1/2
Latency vs.
current
generation 1G
ToR*
Power
consumption vs.
current
generation*
Bringing IT all together—Enabling the future-ready
Hyper scale
data center
Fabric scale
Enterprise scale
1000’s of servers: Massively scalable Clos-based 40/100GbE
spine-leaf + in-rack switching from 1GbE to 100GbE
SMB scale
100’s of servers: Cost-effective 40/100GbE spine +
in-rack/leaf switching from 1GbE to 100GbE
10’s of servers: Cost-effective 40/100GbE spine
+ in-rack/leaf switching from 1GbE to 100GbE
Workload/Server/VM density
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Dell Networking
Campus/Branch/SMB
Networking
Dell Networking product portfolio
Campus & Data Center
Chassis Switches
10/40GbE
Z9500
Z9100-ON
C9000
Fabric & Access Switches
Blade I/O
10/25/40/50/100GbE
40GbE
10/40GbE & FC
10/40GbE
1/10GbE
MXL
IOA
S4810P-ON
S4820T
10GbE
10/40GbE
1/10GbE
N4000
X4012
N1500
X1000
Wireless & BYOD
Controllers & Access Points
N2000
Cloudbased / Security
Indoor
Outdoor
W-Series
Dell Networking
S6100
S5000
Enterprise Campus LAN
Web Managed LAN
1(/10)GbE
S6000-ON
S4048-ON
S3048-ON
M1000e & FX platforms
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40GbE
10/25/40/50/100GbE
C1000P
10GbE/FC
10GbE
1G
Core Fabric Switches
1/10GbE
Aerohive / SonicWall
N3000
Guest access & BYOD
Dell Networking X-Series Switches
1/10 GbE Smart Web Managed Switches, purpose built for SMB
Simple, secure web-managed portfolio
•
Industry’s first smart web managed 10GbE all fiber
switch
•
Range of GbE models: compact, rack mountable,
fanless, PoE and PoE+, PoE powered, 8-52 ports
Best in class usability
•
Revolutionary SmartGUITM makes configuration and
troubleshooting fast and accurate
•
Patent-Pending innovation: Security lock, default
configuration, side-by-side rack tray mount for secure
installation, thermal flow & GUI
Enterprise grade, easy to use
•
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Advanced network management without the need for
professional IT
Dell Networking
NEW!
Dell Networking N-Series Switches
1/10 GbE Managed Switches, connecting the mobile enterprise
Modernize campus network architectures
•
Range of models: 24 and 48 port, 1GbE and 10GbE,
RJ45 and SFP+, Layer 2/Layer 3, PoE+
•
Loop-free redundancy without spanning tree using
MLAG
N4000
“Dell’s N-Series switches
represent a big step
forward…” -IT Pro
Leverage familiar tools and practices
•
•
Common OS with consistent management & CLI/GUI
across all models
N3000
Standards based and interoperable, even with
propriety protocols such as RPVST+ and CDP
Deploy with confidence at any scale
•
High throughput and capacity to handle unexpected
workloads
•
Scales easily with up to 12 unit stacking
N2000
N1500
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Dell Networking
“Dell turns out to be ahead
in the competition…”
-InformationWeek Network
Computing
Dell One Network Campus Architecture
Dell One Network Campus Architecture
 Simplify networking logic
•
•
C9010
Network Director
 Scale bandwidth effortlessly
•
•
C1048P
Rapid Access Node
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Dell Networking
Easily deploy access layer switching as
applications dictate
100GbE ready
 Centralize security & policy
•
•
Simplify the complex—Turn your campus
network into a single logical switch
One logical networking tier from access to
core
One management plane
One security/policy definition and
enforcement point
Integrated security in data plane
The simplest campus solution
to deploy, scale, and operate
C9010 and C1048P systems
Intelligently designed systems
•
•
C9010—dense multi-rate ready 8RU chassis with
intelligent power management and cooling
Tool-less mounting standard plus optional
ReadyRails™ (C9010)
•
Up to 248 x 10GbE/ 60 x40GbE ports & 4.8Tbps total
throughput with ½ width line cards (C9010)
•
100GbE ready backplane with unique tool-less
upgrade to full-width line cards* (C9010)
Up to 4,000 additional 1GbE POE+ capable virtual
ports via the C1048P rapid access node*
•
THE solution for campus
networking
•
•
Leverages existing access and aggregation
investments
Evolves to simplified, plug-and-play when you’re
ready with C1048P or N-Series systems
*Future capability; 2,000 virtual port support at launch
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Dell Networking
Dell Networking C9010
Network Director
Dell Networking C1048P
Rapid Access Node
3x
25%
More 10/40GbE
port density than
Catalyst 6807XL
More port density
per RU than HP
10504
Making campus networking future-ready
C9010
Existing 1/10 GbE
Switches
Scalable Aggregation
• Chassis core delivering over
2.5Tbps capacity access and
aggregation capacity
C9010
C9010
Existing 1/10 GbE
Switches
C1048P or
N-series
C1048P or
N-series
Investment Protection
C1048P or
N-series
Unified & Simplified
• Chassis core, legacy access
switches ‘capped’
•
C9010 connected via VLT for
redundancy and scale
• Multi-vendor friendly and
interoperable
• New access switches centrally
managed via C9010 and viewed
as a single logical tier
•
C1048P cabled together and
connected to C9010
• Access switches managed &
maintained in legacy fashion
• Existing access devices
continue to connect normally
•
All networking ports
configured, viewed and
managed centrally
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Dell Networking
Bringing IT all together—Enabling the future-ready
Enterprise scale
campus
End-User scale
Branch scale
1000’s of users & endpoints;
on-site IT staff
SMB scale
100’s of users & endpoints;
satellite IT staff
10’s of users & endpoints;
minimal IT staff
Network scale
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Dell Networking
Campus
Reference
Architectures
Validated solutions for SMB and
Enterprise switching, mobility
and security
OpenManage Network Manager—Simplifying
operations from server rack to wiring closet
Multi-vendor network
management for the enterprise
•
Proactively discover and monitor multi-vendor
data center and campus network infrastructure
– Support for Dell plus Brocade, Cisco, HP, Juniper
switches
•
Maximize uptime by proactively monitoring for
network problems
– Port congestion
– Link down issues
– Bandwidth problems
•
Save time by automation common
configuration actions and tasks
OpenManage Network Manager
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Dell Networking
Summary—Complete networking solutions for the
future-ready enterprise
Dell Networking
1. Delivering superior
networking value from
data center to desktop
2. Simple, scalable and
economical solutions for
campus and SMB networks
3. High-performance, open
networking solutions for
the data center
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Dell Networking
Future-Ready Enterprise
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