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SDN Enables

Network On-demand

Mumtaz Ashraf
GSET USA
SoftCOM, Open ROADS to a Better Connected World

Phones
ONT
CloudDSL/OLT Telco OS

Automated
Driving D

CPE D

Agile CloudEdge D
Agile D
Digital inCloud
Network D
Network
D

Logistics
RRU
CloudBB
Health Care CloudCore

Small Cell

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Open ROADS to Internetized
Operation
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How to Enhance Network Competitiveness?

Open Network
Network + Agile
On Demand
Efficient

Long Board The Success DNA


of Internet Company

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E2E SDN Realizes Network On Demand: NaaS
Carrier operation Customers Partners

Telco OS Enables Telco OS


Open API Gateway Unified Portal
Internetized Operation
BES: NGBSS enables business agility Infrastructure Enabling System (IES)
Business
IES: E2E lifecycle Orchestration enables ICT-Orchestration Enabling
Orchestration Engine ICT- System
ICT infrastructure automation NFV DC 3rd Assurance
Plug-in Plug-in Plug-in (BES)
SDN
Plug-in
E2E SDN Realizes NaaS

SDN Plug-in: Multi domain network


WAN-Controller DC-Controller 3rd controller
service orchestration enables E2E
automation
ICT Infrastructure (WAN + DC)
Controller: Centralized management,
service abstraction, network openness Software Defined Network

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What Are Operators Demands of SDN?
E2E Service provisioning
Automate network
Expand business provisioning
beyond pipe

Introduce new Services Operation Real-time traffic


services quickly Agility optimization
Efficiency

Automate service
provisioning

Architecture
Openness E2E network mgmt/ctrl

Orchestration over multi-domain,


Decouple multi-layer, and/or multi-vendor
Service/Network
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Service Agility: LEGO Style Service Definition
LEGO-Style Service Orchestration Value
Value
SDN/NFV Orchestration
over multi-domain,
WAN Module DC Module NFV Module SDN/NFV orchestration over
multi-vendor
multi-domain, multi-vendor

Vendor A Vendor B Vendor C


WAN Controller DC Controller VNFM
Domain controller PnP
minimize service impact

WAN Domain DC Domain NFV Domain Flexible service definition


DevOps

Flexible scale-out, orchestration over multi-vendor / multi-domain / multi-layer


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Operation Efficiency: Centralized Manage & Control, Lower OPEX

B 30%
20%
D
A 90%
45%
NetworkA Network B Network C
C E

SDN Controller SDN Controller

50%
B 50%
D
NetworkA Network B Network C
A 60
% C 35% E

E2E network management and automate Real time traffic optimization improves network
network provisioning resource utilization and operation efficiency.

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Architecture Openness: Build a Better Open Ecosystem
Original SDN Architecture Ideal SDN Architecture

Application Application

NBI
NBI
Service Model
Orchestrator
Service Model
Network Model
Controller
Restful / NetConf
Device Model
Network Model
Vendor A Vendor N
SBI Controller Controller
Device Model

SBI SBI
Network Infrastructure
Network A Network B

Open Architecture: Service / Network decoupled, Network /


Rigid Architecture: Service Model mapping to Device Model
Device decoupled.
2 Layer ModelService model Device model, High skill
3 Layer Model: Simplified service innovation, multi-vendor
requirement for operator
friendly

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Huawei SDN Architecture for Carrier

Application BOD VCN IP+Optical 3rd Party APP Openstack Neutron MANO
Management
(NFV)
Restful Restful

OSS/BSS ICT-O Topology View Service Model Policy Workflow

Restful/Netconf

EMS Network Model vNFM


Automatic Configure Resource Manager Path Control
Agile SBI (Device Model) VIM
Controller HW Plug-in 3rd Party Plug-in

OpenFlow/Netconf/PCEP/BGP

ONT IP+Optical
CloudOLT C C C IP+Optical C
D D CloudEdge D D Central Cloud
(Metro) (Backbone)
CPE

1 Unified Architecture: WAN & DC, SDN & NFV, SDN & Legacy 2-Layer Design: Orchestration & Control
3-Layer Open Models: Service/Network/Device E2E: Multi-Domain / Vendor / Layer
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Huawei SDN Solution and
Case Study
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Enterprise E2E NaaS High Efficient Network

One-stop Comprehensive Enterprise ICT Service Automation


Application Service Provision GUI

Orchestration ICT-Orchestrator

Control WAN Controller DC Controller VNFM/VIM

Infrastructure

CPE 1 E2E SDN+VxLAN


VAS Pool
Carrier Network
VDC
3 VM

Enterprise T-SDN 2
Carrier DC

Enterprise IT Cloudization, Services Migrate to Cloud


Provide One-stop ICT services and expand market share by leveraging exist pipe resources
E2E SDN Solution from Enterprise to Data Center
Public cloud services and VAS over Carrier-grade LL, enhances customer experience.

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Enterprise E2E NaaS High Efficient Network

Huawei SDN VPN Solution: Simplify O&M, Service Automation

Single Doman Multi-Domain


Orchestrator
Agile
Controller
Domain Domain
Controller Controller

Access Aggregation Access/ Access/


Core
Aggregation Aggregation

Single domain automation for mobile backhaul Multi-domain automation for enterprise VPN service

Connection on demand, bandwidth on demand

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Enterprise E2E NaaS High Efficient Network

Huawei T-SDN Realize Optical Network Automation

Automation Synergy Open


Agile Agile
Controller Controller BoD VTS SMD

Planner Designer Monitor


Agile
Controller

L2

L1

L0

Online service, realize L0~L2 Layer synergy, improve Open platform to achieve
automated deployment network resource utilization innovative applications

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Enterprise E2E NaaS High Efficient Network

Huawei vDC Solution Consolidate DC Resource

Virtualized multiple DCs as


Agile one, improves resource
vDC Controller
utilization
DCI
Agile Agile
Agile
Controller
Controller Controller
Implements automatic service
provisioning
VAS pool
VXLAN VXLAN VXLAN

DC 1 DC 2 DC n
Flexible value added service
on demand

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Huawei Contributions to SDN
Industry
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Huawei Contributions to SDN Standards
Services Area Director Chairman, ITU-T SG11
Author, ALTO Protocol
Specifications Area Deputy Director Chairman, SG11 WP2
10+ papers on SDN Applications
Chipmaker Advisory Board Q6 SpeakerQ4 Deputy Speaker
Leading the I2RS information
Layer 4-7 Services Chairman
model and data model
OTWG Vice Chairman
NBI Vice Chairman
FAWG Editor & OF-PI Editor

10+ SDN Proposed 10 groups Leading the I2RS


information model and
IETF drafts of Core API to ONF
data model

2013.9 2014.2 2014.4 2014.6 2014.7 2015.2

Leading the ONF SDN Leading the joint ONF/


OPS Completed IOT
joint projects, published ETSI NFV Proof of
with OpenStack
white papers Concept Demonstration

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ONOS: Build Real Software Defined Carrier Network
Advanced Architecture
Flexible Scale-out
Multi-layer IP + Optical High Availability
Segment Routing Real-time Network Control
Cloud POP (vCPE, vBNG, vRouter etc)
SDN MBH etc.
Distributed
Architecture High Throughput of Application
Request: 1 Million Per Second
Agile Development Strategy Low Latency Response to
SP-oriented High Network Events: 50-100 msec
Rapidly Response to SP Performance
Demand: Release updates Application
every 3 months

Rapid Backward Pluggable SBI


Service Compatibility Support both of
OpenFlow and legacy
Innovation
protocol like NetConf

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