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ONOS Summit: ONOS Use Cases at AT&T (Service Provider perspective)

ONOS Project
December 09, 2014

ONOS Summit: ONOS Use Cases at AT&T (Service Provider perspective)

ONOS Summit: ONOS Use Cases (Tom Anschutz, AT&T)
Presented by Tom Anschutz, ATT

ONOS Project

December 09, 2014
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  1. ApplyingONOSina CarrierNetwork InformationsetforthinthispresentationcontainsforwardͲlookingstatementsthataresubjecttorisksanduncertainties,andactualresultsmightdiffermaterially.Adiscussionoffactorsthatmayaffectfutureresults iscontainedinAT&T’sfilingswiththeSecuritiesandExchangeCommission.AT&Tdisclaimsanyobligationtoupdateandrevisestatementscontainedinthispresentationbasedonnewinformationorotherwise. OpenourNetwork SimplifyandScale IncreaseValue Tom Anschutz DMTS

    Architecture & Planning 1057 Lenox Park Blvd. Room A473 Atlanta, GA 30319 +1.404.499.7003 tom.anschutz@att.com
  2. AT&T Business Imperatives OpenourNetwork SimplifyandScale IncreaseValue Modular Programmableviarobust NetworkAPI’s,service creationandexecution

    CommonNFVInfrastructure Newoperationalparadigms Emergentsignificantstressors includeVideoandInternetof Everything Agile,Elastic,Dynamic CostͲPerformanceleadership Enablenewgrowthservices&apps Worldclass,industryleading security,performance,reliability Facilitatenewbusinessmodelsand associatedmonetizationparadigms CombiningNFVandSDN,enablesarealtime networkcloud,distributedandintegrated through theWAN,optimizedforpacket ArchitectureandTechnologyDirections DecoupleHWfromSW– NFV SeparateControlfromForwarding– SDN ©2014AT&TIntellectualProperty.Allrightsreserved.AT&TandtheAT&TlogoaretrademarksofAT&TIntellectualProperty. 2
  3. Key Technologies: SDN and NFV ©2014AT&TIntellectualProperty.Allrightsreserved.AT&TandtheAT&TlogoaretrademarksofAT&TIntellectualProperty. SDN Separationofcontroland forwarding,centralizationof controlandprogrammability

    ofnetworkforwarding NFV Recastingofnetwork functionsfromdedicated HWtogenericsoftware. IntroductionofmultiͲ tenancyandautomation. TOGETHER SDNenhancesperformance,improve utilization,composesNFVfunctions, facilitatesOA&M,andenablesnew services NFVCOTSinfrastructurescaffoldsSDN. Italsoprovidesthecommonunitsof compute,storage,andnetworkingthat hostmanyexistingandnewnetwork functions 3
  4. Basic Principle of SDN (Control–Data Decoupling) ©2014AT&TIntellectualProperty.Allrightsreserved.AT&TandtheAT&TlogoaretrademarksofAT&TIntellectualProperty. 4 Open 2.

    At least one good operating system: ONOS
  5. Typical Carrier Problem Space (Expanded role of SDN) ©2014AT&TIntellectualProperty.Allrightsreserved.AT&TandtheAT&TlogoaretrademarksofAT&TIntellectualProperty. Firewall

    Gateway Complex Forwarding Software SDNConfigurationController 5 ManagementSystems Open 2. At least one good operating system: ONOS
  6. Basic Principle of NFV (Decomposition & Homogenization) ©2014AT&TIntellectualProperty.Allrightsreserved.AT&TandtheAT&TlogoaretrademarksofAT&TIntellectualProperty. 6 UDNC

    NFVIMNGR SDNControl VNF I O I O VNF MetroCore Link VNF I O Access Link I O Control Fabric FastIO SlowIO Apps
  7. Typical Carrier Problem Space (Unified Hardware) ©2014AT&TIntellectualProperty.Allrightsreserved.AT&TandtheAT&TlogoaretrademarksofAT&TIntellectualProperty. 7 UDNC NFVI

    MNGR SDN Control VNF I O I O VNF VNF I O I O
  8. OrONOSusecasesforHowdowegettherefromhere? 1) AddSDNtoelementswithnocontrolplane 2) Lookforplaceswhereanewnetworklayerisintroduced 3) Createanoverlaypartiallysupportedbylegacyelementswithouttheir needforcooperation Introducing SDN

    in Carrier Networks ©2014AT&TIntellectualProperty.Allrightsreserved.AT&TandtheAT&TlogoaretrademarksofAT&TIntellectualProperty. 8
  9. Add SDN to Elements with no Control Plane ©2014AT&TIntellectualProperty.Allrightsreserved.AT&TandtheAT&TlogoaretrademarksofAT&TIntellectualProperty. Use

    ONOS to control optical networks Gain experience with global graph abstraction Transponder Transponder Flexibleopticalnetwork DC 1 DC 2 OpticalNetworks are typicallyprovisionedtoday, butshouldhaveacontrol planetomorrow. DataCenterslook forbandwidth schedulingtoaugmentexisting capacityforbackups,sync, moves,e.g.HaaS. Control is similar to that of packet networks, except flows==wavelengths. OpticalNetworkshaveunique concerns,butcanbeexpressed inanetworkgraphabstraction. 9 OpenNetworkOperatingSystem
  10. Add SDN to New Network Layers ©2014AT&TIntellectualProperty.Allrightsreserved.AT&TandtheAT&TlogoaretrademarksofAT&TIntellectualProperty. Use ONOS to

    Control NFVI Fabric The new layer is the “fabric” used to interconnect VNFs Borrowing from Data Center approaches, this fabric is well suited to SDN control This can support many legacy elements AND all- new applications 10 CentralOffice Orchestration VNF IO IO VNF Metro Link(s) ONOS
  11. Create an Overlay Network ©2014AT&TIntellectualProperty.Allrightsreserved.AT&TandtheAT&TlogoaretrademarksofAT&TIntellectualProperty. MPLS Core Network Firewall Gateway

    Simple Forwarding Hardware Simple Forwarding Hardware Simple Forwarding Hardware Simple Forwarding Hardware OpenNetworkOperatingSystem Apply SDN+NFV to create virtual elements at a new edge: On top of NFVI Edge shares common core. (e.g. interoperates w/MPLS) Opportunities in Access Networks, Mobility, Services, Clouds Repeats Historical Success App App App 11
  12. • AT&TiscreatinganopenNextGenerationNetwork • SDNandNFVarekeysymbiotictechnologies • ApplicationofSDNcanbefacilitatedby: • ApplyingSDNtonetworksthatdon’thavecontrolplanes • ApplyingSDNtonewnetworks

    • ApplyingSDNoverlays KeyTakeaways 12 ©2014AT&TIntellectualProperty.Allrightsreserved.AT&TandtheAT&TlogoaretrademarksofAT&TIntellectualProperty. http://soc.att.com/1dsRj8Z