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  • 2010 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 1Cisco Confidential 2010 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. 1

    Borderless NetworksNicolas SchefferSales BDM Routing & Switching

    3 Dcembre 2010

  • 2009 Cisco Systems, Inc. Tous droits rservs. Document Cisco confidentielPresentation_ID 2

    Architecture pour une distribution agile de l'exprience sans frontires

    Rseaux sans frontires - Cisco Borderless Networks

    InfrastructureInfrastructure

    Point d'extrPoint d'extrmitmit sans frontisans frontires/Ethernet utilisateurres/Ethernet utilisateur

    MobilitMobilit ExpExpriencerience du lieu de travaildu lieu de travail VidVidoo

    En toute sEn toute scuritcurit, fiabilit, fiabilit et fluiditet fluidit : : AnyConnectAnyConnect

    Services rServices rseau sans frontiseau sans frontiresres

    SScuritcurit TrustSecTrustSec

    PerformancesPerformancesMobilitMobilit MotionMotion

    VertVert EnergyWiseEnergyWise

    Gestion et Gestion et politique politique

    sans sans frontifrontiresres VidVidoo

    MedianetMedianet

    CommutationCommutation

    Sans filSans fil

    WAASWAAS

    RoutageRoutage

    SScuritcurit

  • 2009 Cisco Systems, Inc. Tous droits rservs. Document Cisco confidentielPresentation_ID 3

    Communications d'entreprise cryptes et scurises

    Contenu personnalis, smartphone et signage numrique Bas sur l'identit,

    le profil et le lieu

    Expriences sans frontires Sessions multimdias tout au long de la journe

  • 2009 Cisco Systems, Inc. Tous droits rservs. Document Cisco confidentielPresentation_ID 4

    XaaS

    Vido

    Consumrisation IT

    Mobilit

    Vert

    Comment la vido sur votre

    rseau modifie- t-elle l'volution

    de votre entreprise ?

    Comment votre rseau optimise-t-il les

    performances des applications o se

    trouvent les utilisateurs ?

    Comment le rseau rduit-il le cot de mon nergie, l'intrieur et l'extrieur du centre de donnes ?

    Comment tes- vous prpar pour les 1,3 milliards de nouveaux priphriques qui vont s'introduire dans l'entreprise ?

    Comment les nouveaux utilisateurs se servant de de votre rseau modifient-ils l'volution de votre entreprise (rseau social, smartphones) ?

    Exploitation de la prochaine transition du march pour une croissance des organisations

  • 2009 Cisco Systems, Inc. Tous droits rservs. Document Cisco confidentielPresentation_ID 5

    6060 % du trafic r% du trafic rseau seau Cisco est de type vidCisco est de type vido o

    Gommer les frontiGommer les frontiresres ::

    Client Client

    MainMain--d'd'uvreuvre ; ; EmployEmploy

    PartenairePartenaire

    N'importe qui, N'importe qui, n'importe quoi, n'importe quoi,

    n'importe quand, n'importe quand, n'importe on'importe o

    PPriphriphriques mobilesriques mobiles

    Ressources Ressources informatiquesinformatiques

    1,31,3 milliards de nouveaux milliards de nouveaux ppriphriphriques rriques rseau seau mobiles dans les mobiles dans les troistrois ansans

    Transitions du march

    MobilitMobilit ExpExpriencerience du lieu de travaildu lieu de travail VidVidoo

  • 2009 Cisco Systems, Inc. Tous droits rservs. Document Cisco confidentielPresentation_ID 6

    L'exprience sans frontires Permet aux entreprises d'exploiter cette transition du march

    TousTous ToutTout

    Tout le tempsTout le tempsPartoutPartout

    ExpExpriencerience du lieu de du lieu de travailtravail

    Personne / PPersonne / Priphriphrique, rique, PPriphriphrique / Prique / Priphriphriqueriqueppriphriphriquerique

    EmployEmploy, , partenairepartenaireClientClientCommunautCommunautss

    Travail, maison,Travail, maison, en den dplacementplacement

    fonctionne toujours,fonctionne toujours, accaccs instantans instantan,,rrponse immponse immdiatediate

  • 2010 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 7777777777777

    DMZ and ServerDesktop

  • 2010 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 8888888888888

    Applications and Data Are Now Mobile

  • 2010 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 9999999999999

    Security Extends from the Network

  • 2010 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 10101010101010101010101010

    Am I Using My Network to Reduce My Energy Costs?

    County Offices

    10,000 PCs

    Countywide OfficeEnergy ManagementNo Energy Management

    Annual Energy Costs$770,000

    Managed Nightly Shutdown$280,000

    Additional Energy Policies$150,000

    Total Savings $430,000Source: Cisco EnergyWise ROI Calculator

  • 2010 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 11

    Any-to-Any Connectivity

    End-to-End Management

    Extensible Platform

    Building and IT systems

    Energy supply and demand

    Cisco EnergyWise

    Efficiency and conservation

    Sustainable growth

    Smart and connected energy management

    Open API and standards

    Ecosystem partners and applications

    Green technologies

  • 2010 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 12

    Elevators

    Building Energy

    Surveillance

    Transform Power Management Experience

    Lighting

    Fire

    HVAC

    Alarm and Access Control

    Video Interactive Communication

    Systems

    IP Communications

  • 2010 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 13131313131313131313131313

    CEO Meeting

    Can My Network Deliver Real-Time Collaboration Experiences?

    M&A Negotiation

    Sports Event

    CEO Meeting

    M&A Negotiation

    Sports Event

    Global Business, Worldwide Offices

    Context-Aware, Prioritized, High- Quality Voice and Video

    No Resource Reservation, Degraded Voice and Video

  • 2010 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 14

    iPad driver, personal, biz, apps, config locked ?

    Reliability, security

    How connect ?

    Roaming or not

    Video, VOIP

    Device handling

    Non employee, guest

    Deliver on the scale

    Need virtualisation data center to rich media delivery

    End to End Architecture

    Why CISCO ?

    Need Architecture approach Adaptable Flexible Secure

    User Experience Connectivity Access Application

    Can Access Data Anywhere

    Consistent Experience

  • 2010 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 15

    Whats the compeling event

    Customer expectations

    Leverage existing network

    Single Multi Locations

    Hosted

    Analog Voice / IP / UC

    Deployement, How ?

    Assomption :

    UC Solution

    FMC Convergence

    SNR

  • 2010 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 16

    Voice must be on the network !

    Readiness Assesment

    Setup Network Architecture (Network as a Platform)Motion (FMC, Anywhere device)

    Medianet (Rich Media, HD)

    Energywise (POE)

    TrustSec (Guest Access)

    AppVelocity (Branch Offices)

    Roadmap Migration Plan

    Economic buyerTCO discussion, lower OPEX on the long termIBLM, refurbishCisco Capital

  • 17 2009 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved.Cisco ConfidentialPresentation_ID

    201320102007

    Total35Billion Total1TrillionTotal500Million

    5

    DevicesperPersononEarth

    140DevicesperPersononEarth

    1/10th

    ofaDeviceperPersononEarth

    GrowthofConnectedDevices

    Source:ForresterResearch,CiscoIBSG

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    ID

    Why are we here ? IPv4 Pool Exhaustion: IANA 16 * /8 remaining

    http://www.potaroo.net/

    http://www.potaroo.net/

  • The Internet Protocol IPv6: Make a Plan

    Preserve your IPv4 InvestmentPrepare for an orderly IPv6 transitionProsper through sustained growth

  • 2009 Cisco Systems, Inc. Tous droits rservs. Document Cisco confidentielPresentation_ID 20

    L'L' architecturearchitecture d'un rd'un rseau sans frontiseau sans frontiresres commence par la questioncommence par la question

    Ai-je une architecture reposant sur des politiques d'accs sur l'ensemble de mon rseau pour tous les utilisateurs et priphriques ?

    Les priphriques mobiles peuvent-ils accder mon rseau de manire transparente et scurise ?

    Mon rseau peut-il optimiser les performances des applications en permanence, tout moment ?

    Mon rseau peut-il fournir une exprience de collaboration en temps rel ?

    Mon rseau peut-il fournir une protection, du lieu de travail au Cloud ?

    Mon rseau me sert-il rduire ma facture nergtique ? Mon rseau est-il prt

    pour les conditions rglementaires actuelles et futures ?

  • 2009 Cisco Systems, Inc. Tous droits rservs. Document Cisco confidentielPresentation_ID 21

    Architecture pour une distribution agile de l'exprience sans frontires

    Rseaux sans frontires - Cisco Borderless Networks

    InfrastructureInfrastructure

    Point d'extrPoint d'extrmitmit sans frontisans frontires/Ethernet utilisateurres/Ethernet utilisateur

    MobilitMobilit ExpExpriencerience du lieu de travaildu lieu de travail VidVidoo

    En toute sEn toute scuritcurit, fiabilit, fiabilit et fluiditet fluidit : : AnyConnectAnyConnect

    Services rServices rseau sans frontiseau sans frontiresres

    SScuritcurit TrustSecTrustSec

    PerformancesPerformancesMobilitMobilit MotionMotion

    VertVert EnergyWiseEnergyWise

    Gestion et Gestion et politique politique

    sans sans frontifrontiresres VidVidoo

    MedianetMedianet

    CommutationCommutation

    Sans filSans fil

    WAASWAAS

    RoutageRoutage

    SScuritcurit

  • 2009 Cisco Systems, Inc. Tous droits rservs. Document Cisco confidentielPresentation_ID 22

    Leadership reposant sur l'architectureCrCration d'une nouvelle ation d'une nouvelle

    expexprience de collaboration pour rience de collaboration pour augmenter considaugmenter considrablement la rablement la

    productivitproductivit dans dans l'environnement de travail l'environnement de travail

    complexe d'aujourd'huicomplexe d'aujourd'hui

    CrCration d'une expation d'une exprience rience sans frontisans frontires, en crres, en crant ant des systdes systmes intmes intgrgrs, ce s, ce qui diminue le coqui diminue le cot total de t total de

    possession (TCO)possession (TCO)

    Mise en place de la Mise en place de la disponibilitdisponibilit des applications des applications

    tout en permettant aux tout en permettant aux entreprises de respecter entreprises de respecter

    l'environnement, de rl'environnement, de raliser aliser des des conomies et de mieux conomies et de mieux utiliser les investissements utiliser les investissements

    existants existants

    Points d'extrPoints d'extrmitmit Centre de donnCentre de donnesesHors siteHors siteRRseauseau

    Sur siteSur siteRRseauseau

  • 2009 Cisco Systems, Inc. Tous droits rservs. Document Cisco confidentielPresentation_ID 23

    The Internet Protocol IPv6: Make a Plan

    Preserve your IPv4 InvestmentPrepare for an orderly IPv6 transitionProsper through sustained growth

  • 2009 Cisco Systems, Inc. Tous droits rservs. Document Cisco confidentielPresentation_ID 24

    Why are we here ? IPv4 Pool Exhaustion: IANA 16 * /8 remaining

    http://www.potaroo.net/

    http://www.potaroo.net/

  • 2009 Cisco Systems, Inc. Tous droits rservs. Document Cisco confidentielPresentation_ID 25

    201320102007

    Total35Billion Total1TrillionTotal500Million

    5

    DevicesperPersononEarth

    140DevicesperPersononEarth

    1/10th

    ofaDeviceperPersononEarth

    GrowthofConnectedDevices

    Source:ForresterResearch,CiscoIBSG

  • 2009 Cisco Systems, Inc. Tous droits rservs. Document Cisco confidentielPresentation_ID 26

    2001:db8:2

    2001:db8:2ef3:a4f0:65b9:e

    2001:db8:2ef3:

    2001:db8:2ef3:a4f0:65b9:e

    2001:db8:2ef3:a4f0:65b9:e8ff:f36c:84b0

    ISP Deployment is realSP deployment of residential IPv6 service coincides with IPv4 address exhaustion

  • 2009 Cisco Systems, Inc. Tous droits rservs. Document Cisco confidentielPresentation_ID 27

    V6-Enabled

    Image Source: Forrester, Three Mega Business Trends Will Reshape The Tech Sector

    V6 Enabled

    V6 in 2010 V6-EnabledV6-Enabled

    V6-Enabled

    V6-Enabled

    V6 in iOS 4.0 Departments Functions

    Workgroups/teamsWeb-enabled

    DevicesConsumerSoftware

    Cloud-basedServices

    EnterpriseCollaboration

    Tools

    V6-Enabled

    V6-Enabled

    alpha

    Ironportcisco.com

    http://www.google.com/imgres?imgurl=http://www.amaczone.com/images/image_large/Apple_MacBook_Pro_MB134LL-A_15-4-inch_Laptop_-2-5_GHz_Intel_Core_2_Duo_Processor-_2_GB_RAM-_250_GB_Hard_Drive-_DVD-CD_SuperDrive-291.jpg&imgrefurl=http://www.amaczone.com/category/Apple iPod/pg-4-0&usg=__2j5ay1ry5-cN_Ecir_FBE5Uv7iE=&h=334&w=500&sz=20&hl=en&start=27&itbs=1&tbnid=GImeBvKJZNIR1M:&tbnh=87&tbnw=130&prev=/images?q=mac+pro+laptop&start=20&hl=en&sa=N&gbv=2&ndsp=20&tbs=isch:1

  • 2009 Cisco Systems, Inc. Tous droits rservs. Document Cisco confidentielPresentation_ID 28 2008 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Cisco Highly ConfidentialControlled AccessC3RS

    National IPv6 Strategies

    US Federal/Civilian, US DoD, China NGI, EU

    National IPv6 Strategies

    US Federal/Civilian, US DoD, China NGI, EU

    IPv6 IPv6

    Market Factors Driving IPv6 Deployment

    IPv4 Address Run-OutIPv4 Address Run-Out

    Infrastructure Evolution

    SmartGrid, SmartCities DOCSIS 3.0, 4G/LTE ,IPSO

    Infrastructure Evolution

    SmartGrid, SmartCities DOCSIS 3.0, 4G/LTE ,IPSO

    IPv6 OS, Content & Applications

    IPv6 OS, Content & Applications

    www.oecd.org: Measuring IPv6 adoption

    http://www.oecd.org/dataoecd/48/51/44953210.pdf

  • 2009 Cisco Systems, Inc. Tous droits rservs. Document Cisco confidentielPresentation_ID 29

    Content providers are moving to IPv6 now

    Most services on IPv6 now

    Fully expect[s] to support native IPv6 user requests by the midpoint of this year (2010)."

    "In terms of the Web site eBay.com, we will begin a phased approach of moving to IPv6 by the end of this year (2010), "It will be completed by the middle of next year (2011)."

    Company spokesman says the popular portal plans to support IPv6 as soon as possible.

  • 2009 Cisco Systems, Inc. Tous droits rservs. Document Cisco confidentielPresentation_ID 30

    The Time to Make a Plan is Now IP Market Disruption

    IPv6 Deployment

    IPv4 Address PoolSize

    Size of the Internet

    Time TodayToday

  • 2009 Cisco Systems, Inc. Tous droits rservs. Document Cisco confidentielPresentation_ID 31

    John on Cisco IPv6 Strategy Googles 2010 IPv6 developers conference

    if we dont overcome the challenges of IPv4 (...) we will slow down the growth of the Internet and loose momentum as an industry

    "

    "IPv6 is important to all of us () to everyone around the world, It is crucial to our ability to

    tie together everyone and every device.

    "At Cisco we are commited architecturally to IPv6 across the board: All of our devices, all of our

    applications and all of our services" .

  • 2009 Cisco Systems, Inc. Tous droits rservs. Document Cisco confidentielPresentation_ID 32

    2001:db8:2ef3:a4f0:65b9:e8ff:f36c:84b0

    Reaching Functional Parity

    Full IPv6 support in "all of our devices, all of our Full IPv6 support in "all of our devices, all of our applications, all of our servicesapplications, all of our services John John

    Chambers, Google IPv6 Conference, June 2010Chambers, Google IPv6 Conference, June 2010

    IPv6 thought leadership, IPv6 thought leadership, earlyearly-- adopteradopter product development and product development and

    standardizationstandardization

    Targeted development based on Targeted development based on deployment modelsdeployment models

    IPv6 by Default in new developmentIPv6 by Default in new development

    IPv6

    Implementation Strategy

    Foundation

  • 2009 Cisco Systems, Inc. Tous droits rservs. Document Cisco confidentielPresentation_ID 33

    2001:db8:2ef3:a4f0:65b9:e8ff:f36c:84b0

    IPv6 Deployment by Market

    ContentContentContent

    Public SectorPublic SectorPublic SectorEnterpriseEnterpriseEnterprise

    Service ProviderService ProviderService Provider

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  • 2009 Cisco Systems, Inc. Tous droits rservs. Document Cisco confidentielPresentation_ID 34

    Borderless Network Architecture

    Infrastructure

    Borderless End-Point/User Services

    Mobility Workplace Experience

    Video

    AnyConnect, Mobile CollaborationBorderless Network ServicesBorderless

    Management and Policy SwitchingSwitching

    WirelessWireless

    WAASWAAS

    RoutingRouting

    SecuritySecurity

    Mobility: Motion

    Security: TrustSec

    Video: Medianet

    Green: EnergyWise

    PROFESSIONAL SERVICES: Products to Systems to Architectures

    PROFESSIONAL SERVICES: Products to Systems to Architectures

    Enabling a Borderless Performance ExperienceEnabling a Borderless Performance Experience

    Application Performance: AppVelocity

  • 2009 Cisco Systems, Inc. Tous droits rservs. Document Cisco confidentielPresentation_ID 35

    IPv6 Borderless Network Infrastructure

    EIGRPv6, OSPFv3,

    BGPv6

    PBR

    IPv6 IPsec

    IPv6 Firewall Security

    IPv6 IDS

    Dual Stack IPv4/IPv6

    V6 over v4 tunnels:

    6vPE/6PE, L3VPNoMGRE,

    DMVPNv6, Static tunnels

    6 to 4 translation

    IPv6 PIM-SSM, MLDv2,

    Embedded RP

    IPv6 QoS

    DHCPv6 Relay Agent

    HSRPv6/GLBPv6

    IPv6 support for VSS

    Dual Stack IPv4/IPv6

    6vPE/6PE

    6to4 tunneling

    ISATAP tunnels

    IPv6 ACL

    IPv6 ACL Atomic

    Commit/Dry Run

    uRPF

    IPv6 Ingress Netflow

    IPv6 Flexible Netflow

    Stateless Auto configuration

    IPv6 management:

    SNMP, Syslog, SSH,

    NTPv4, Tacacs+

    IPv6 interface stats

    IGMPv3/MLDv2 Snooping

    IPv6 First Hop Security

    IPv6 PACL/RA Guard

    Dual Stack IPv4/IPv6

    ISATAP and static Tunnels

    Edge

    Acc

    ess

    Dis

    trib

    utio

    nC

    ore

    SecurityOptimized IPv6 Delivery Transition

    Technologies

    EIGRPv6, OSPFv3, IS-IS

    IPv6 support for VSS

    ECMP, OSPFv3 GR

    IPv6 CoPP Dual Stack IPv4/IPv6 6to4 tunneling ISATAP

    MPLS/ IPv4/IPv6 Core

    Internet

    Many of the products and features described herein remain in varying stages of development and will be offered on a when-and-if-available basis. This roadmap is subject to change at the sole discretion of Cisco, and Cisco will have no liability for delay in the delivery or failure to deliver any of

    the products or features set forth in this document.

  • 2009 Cisco Systems, Inc. Tous droits rservs. Document Cisco confidentielPresentation_ID 36

    A Phased Approach to IPv6 Adoption

    Repeat for the Next IPv6-Critical Area in Your Network

    Identify the highest priority IPv6-critical areas in your network

    Perform IPv6 Assessment on highest- priority areas to determine scope of design

    Develop an IPv6 design that enables IPv6 to be introduced without disrupting your IPv4 networkBegin IPv6 testing and implementation in

    pilot mode, then extend over time into production deployment

    Start with a Phased Plan Aligned with Your Business Strategy

    2

    3

    4

    1

  • 2009 Cisco Systems, Inc. Tous droits rservs. Document Cisco confidentielPresentation_ID 37

    A Phased Approach to IPv6 Adoption Addressing Critical Areas in Priority Order Cisco Services Can Help

    Bus

    ines

    s V

    alue

    IPv6 Readiness

    Assessment

    IPv6 Planning and

    Design

    IPv6 Implementation

    Network Optimization

    Absorb, Manage, and Scale

    ArchitectureAssessment

    Architectural Services Approach

    ArchitecturalBlueprint

    Plan Build Run

    IPv6 Discovery

    A phased plan is created during discovery The most business-critical areas are assessed,

    planned, designed, and implemented first Network optimization provides ongoing design

    support for incremental IPv6 changes and helps your staff succeed

    Borderless NetworksRseaux sans frontires - Cisco Borderless NetworksExpriences sans frontiresSessions multimdias tout au long de la journe Diapositive numro 4Transitions du marchL'exprience sans frontiresPermet aux entreprises d'exploiter cette transition du marchDiapositive numro 7Diapositive numro 8Diapositive numro 9Diapositive numro 10Diapositive numro 11Diapositive numro 12Diapositive numro 13Diapositive numro 14Diapositive numro 15Diapositive numro 16Diapositive numro 17Why are we here ? IPv4 Pool Exhaustion: IANA 16 * /8 remainingThe Internet ProtocolIPv6: Make a PlanL'architecture d'un rseau sans frontirescommence par la questionRseaux sans frontires - Cisco Borderless NetworksDiapositive numro 22The Internet ProtocolIPv6: Make a PlanWhy are we here ? IPv4 Pool Exhaustion: IANA 16 * /8 remainingDiapositive numro 25ISP Deployment is realDiapositive numro 27Market Factors Driving IPv6 DeploymentContent providers are moving to IPv6 now The Time to Make a Plan is NowIP Market DisruptionJohn on Cisco IPv6 Strategy Reaching Functional ParityIPv6 Deployment by MarketBorderless Network ArchitectureDiapositive numro 35A Phased Approach to IPv6 Adoption A Phased Approach to IPv6 AdoptionAddressing Critical Areas in Priority OrderCisco Services Can Help