General Session 2011,May 10, Las Vegas

Dave Donatelli, HP

  • Slide; HP networking strategic pillars (competition, Innovation, management)
  • Slide; Focus on innovation (HP converged infrastructure)
  • Slide; networking is making an impact, gartner
  • Slide; networking is making impact
  • Slide; Architecture, Flex Campus (open standard, Scalable, Secure, Agile, Consistent experience)
  • Slide; 10500 core switches (new products)
  • Slide; E5400 and E8200 line cards
  • Slide; Wireless access point (new)
  • Slide; Innovation security TippingPoint S6100N
  • Slide; Flexnetwork management innovation
    • Demo; by Les Stuart, NAP, Sec/ Virtual Network and Server managements/
  • Slide; Focus on the cloud (Network should be cloud ready, …)
  • Slide; HP CloudSystem (Public & Private same architecture) open, integrated system
  • Slide; HP networking momentum

Mark Templeton, CEO, Citrix (Service Delivery)

  • Slide; go go in flite
  • Slide; PC Era vs. Cloud Era
  • Slide; Build and operate >
  • Slide; DirecTV like…this is new service delivery model
  • Slide; Consumerization of IT
  • Slide; Distribution and Factry
  • Slide; Personal cloud (maybe platform) come between BYO-C (by your own compute) and utility cloud
  • Slide; Don't fight it, Feature it.
  • Slide; Backdoor> Frontdoor> Universal client
  • Slide; NetScaler?
    • Slide; NetScaler? SDX (new)
    • Slide; All services, Secure, multi
  • Slide; AppFlow
    • Slide; solarwinds, splunk>, CA
    • Slide; enables rich apps
  • Slide; Cloud it's new IT

Vinton Cerf, Evangelist, Google & Dan Lynch, Founder of Interop

  • Mid 70s, Vinton is Stanford prof., ARPA net (main app is e-mail),
  • MCI connect internet; mail system has individual. Same as cloud system now.
  • Security; Browser become more unsecure.

Rebecca Jacoby, CIO, Cisco Systems

  • Slide; Productivity, Globalization
  • Slide; GDP change
  • Slide; By 2014..
    • Driven by 3 Trends; Cloud, Security, Video
  • Speaker join ; Brett Galloway, SVP
    • Slide; mobile app. and data
    • Slide; Transforming tech architecture through cloud.
  • Slide; Consumer view: Cisco go to Data Center
  • Slide; Cisco Customer center case
  • Slide; Video Technology
    • Slide; Bank Story… meet portfolio expert by video conf. Get customer back 70%
    • Slide; Video 78x ROI on this bank case.

Evaluating virtualized service delivery appliance

  • May 10, 2011, 10:15 - , Location: Breakers L
  • The last few years has seen a great growth in the development of virtual service delivery appliances such as WAN optimization controllers (WOCs) and application delivery controllers (ADCs). These virtual appliances hold the promise of fundamentally changing service delivery. The members of this session will discuss the benefits of this new class of service delivery appliances as well as where these appliances should and should not be deployed. The panelists will also discuss the challenges associated with this new set of appliances and identify specific criteria that you can use to evaluate them.
    • 1)Moderator - Jim Metzler, Vice President, Ashton Metzler & Associates
    • 2)Panelist - Kosten Metreweli, Chief Strategy Officer, Zeus Technology Ltd.
    • 3)Panelist - Paul Nicholson, Director of Product Marketing, A10 Networks
    • 4)Panelist - Greg Smith, Senior Director Product Marketing NetScaler? Product Group, Citrix Systems Inc
    • 5)Panelist - Kenneth Salchow, Sr. Mgr, Tech Mkt & Syndication, F5 Networks
    • 6)Panelist - Kelly Hair, Director, Virtualization Solutions, Radware
    • 7)Panelist - Donato Buccella, CTO, Certeon

Presentation by Certeon

  • Slide; Benefit Hardware vs. Software
  • Slide; Fit all enterprise size
  • Slide; Virtualization challenges

Speech by A10

  • Software Scalability, Cost
  • Virtualization is not only Hypervisor…

Presentation by zeus (2)

  • Slide; Why virtual traffic management (Physical DC>Virtual consolidation>process alignment>automation>cloud)
  • Slide; Today's hybrid architecture (zeus elastic application delivery platform)
    • Performance, Scale up/out, Hypervisor differentiation?

Presentation by Citrix Greg Smith

  • Should Hypervisor agnostics. Virtualization is main street.
  • Slide; What is ADC (application delivery controller)
  • Slide; Traditional approach
  • Slide; Partitions not fully isolated
  • Slide; Citrix NetScalor SDX (true multi-tenancy)
  • Slide; Performance vs. multi-tenancy?

Presentation by f5

  • Virtualization + multi-tenancy = low Opex, Capex
  • Slide; Challenges of Virtual delivery
  • Slide; Evaluation criteria (Flexibility…)

Presentation by radware

  • Slide; virtual data trend
  • Slide; Top 5 challenges (Flexibility, Ensuring, Right-sizing, provision/automation/orchestration, Aligning)
  • Slide; Top 5 evaluation
  • Slide; Top 5 benefits (Agility, low cost, performance, automation, consolidation)

What is the Impact of Cloud Computing on the Network?

  • 11:30 - 12:30, Location: Breakers L
  • The media is overflowing with discussions of the benefits of adopting cloud computing and enabling technologies such as virtualization. What has been missing from that discussion is an analysis of what has to happen to the network and the management of the network to enable them to support cloud computing. For example, the deployment of vSwitches will potentially result in IT organizations having to manage hundreds of new switches from multiple vendors. In addition, today’s WAN can’t effectively support the dynamic movement of VMs nor cloud bursting and most management tools and processes are focused on static not dynamic resources. In this session, Jim Metzler of Ashton, Metzler & Associates will describe in detail the set of challenges created by cloud computing and will also provide an overview of the emerging networking, optimization and management technologies that hold the potential to mitigate these challenges.
  • Speaker - Jim Metzler, Vice President, Ashton Metzler & Associates
  • Slide; Goal and non-goal
  • Slide; what is cloud… so many definition, but simple benefit of cloud.
  • Slide; sample SLA by AWS, 99.95%. not count less 5 min outage
  • Slide; public, private, hybrid…
  • Slide; key characteristic.
  • Slide; Old classic SaaS definition
  • Slide; New SaaS; UC by VZC and Orange
  • Slide; If you use internet on cloud, you can't get performance, no SLA.
  • Slide; what is cloud networking (inside of DC become virtual)
  • Slide; what is virtualize…server, switch…
  • Slide; Vendor trends (go from floor to DC)
  • Slide; Server virtualization management…
  • Slide; Moving data center
  • Slide; Hybrid cloud are depending on clients.
  • Slide; Manage Hybrid cloud with MPLS
  • Slide; WAN environment (speed is up, but never price down)
  • Slide; Application response time
  • Slide; WOCs(WAN Optimization Controllers), ADCs(Application Optimization Controllers)
  • Slide; Virtual Application Delivery appliance
  • Slide; Policy based routing
  • Slide; Hybrid virtualization WAN
  • Slide; Data Center LAN challenge
  • Slide; Inter- VM Traffic ; EVB (Edge Virtual Bridging)
  • Slide; Server to Server (2 tier network)
  • Slide; active-active Design
  • Slide; Fabric Unification
  • Slide; Summary

General Session: Wednesday, May 11th, 8:30 am - 10:00 am

How To Avoid Post Cloud Traumatic Stress Disorder

  • Whether your journey into the cloud is under way or still on the drawing board, have you stopped to consider post-cloud adoption challenges encountered by your contemporaries? How will you migrate existing apps to the cloud? What new skills are needed from your staff? With so few standards, how will you integrate multiple clouds at the data and security levels? What sort of performance will you need, who will monitor it, and with whom does the responsibility lie when someone's throat needs choking? What if, by the time your cloud deployment is over, it turns out there is no ROI? In this session, UBM TechWeb? Chief Content Officer David Berlind will ask what mistakes are most often made, how to avoid them, and ultimately, how to extract positive ROI from a challenge that could have more hidden costs than originally anticipated.
    • Keynote Panelists
      • 1)Simon Crosby,CTO, Datacenter and Cloud Division, Citrix Systems, Inc.
      • 2)Randy Rowland, Senior Vice President of Product Development, Terremark Worldwide, Inc.
      • 3)Andy Schroepfer, Vice President of Enterprise Strategy, Rackspace Hosting
    • Moderator;
      • 4)David Berlind, Chief Content Officer, UBM TechWeb?
      • 席順4)1)2)3)
  • Q; Sony and AWS trouble… Is cloud okay? How about reliability?
    • 1sec latency, finance org. lose 100million dollars.
    • 2) AWS, Sony are airplane clash. But you cannot stop airplane travel.
    • 4) IT is not go down, only AWS.
    • 3) We buildup cloud. Fortunately Netflix is not down even on AWS. AWS is human error. Cloud has been developing. Still we looking for best practice. But Cloud have some great benefit.
  • Q; What is be careful on Cloud. Not only AWS.
    • 3) Cloud cannot cheap, if you can try to build up redundant system. 2) Fair of benefit. 3) some structure benefit on cloud.
  • Q; Sony, How do you think. They have 7 days for figure out.
    • 2) Should be open even source code. Otherwise, IT Company cannot rely on cloud. 4) Private information should protect. System be open. 3) Terremark have public cloud, B2B, C2C variety of case.
  • Q; SLA. In case AWS, EC2 only cover… How do you think their SLA and general SLA?
    • 4) Same customer swipe credit card, they don't expect system resiliency, trust on business. 2) Furoku down, not treble as AWS.
    • 2) Government should go Sony and check, make fine. 4)Reputation damage is huge.

Kirk Skaugen, Vice President and General Manager, Data Center Group, Intel Corporation

  • Driving the Data Center Infrastructure for the Next Decade
  • Kirk Skaugen, Vice President and General Manager, Data Center Group, will describe Intel's vision to create and extend computing technology to connect and enrich people's lives, and discuss the impact this will have on Data Center Infrastructure for the next decade. He'll talk about the opportunity to transform the economics of computing and services with cloud computing and provide insights into Intel's product and technology directions for next generation data centers, with a focus on improving security and enhancing datacenter efficiency.
    • Cloud 2015 talk today.
    • Slide; Intel vision
    • Slide; Total data crossing internet.
    • Slide; By 2015 (>1000 Exabyte traffic, everything connect wireless)
    • Slide; Is infrastructure are ready?
    • Slide; But not enough. (more energy management)
    • Slide; Transform industry , we help transformation.
    • Slide; Open switch and Open network era coming (???)
    • Slide; 22nm 3D transistors (big jump!!)
    • Slide; Transform again, Save energy.
    • Slide; Cloud 2015 vision (Federated and Automated)
    • Slide; Catalyst for change (we support Open data center alliance with terremark)
    • Slide; Intel cloud builders (
    • Slide; Summary

Steve Bandrowczak, Vice President and General Manager, Avaya Data Solutions

  • The New IT Paradox: Are Users Driving Anarchy or Progress?
  • User demands on the IT organization are at an unprecedented level…is it all-out anarchy or is it progress? Join Avaya Data Solutions Vice President & General Manager and veteran CIO of four global companies, Steve Bandrowczak, as he addresses the challenges facing modern IT organizations and shares guiding principles and new technologies that will allow IT organizations to operate in a leadership position within their organizations.
    • Slide; CIO experience myself.
    • Slide; IT as a technocracy (IT is a tax? Or..)
    • Slide; Anarchy or progress? (no manual…)
    • Slide; Apple… so productive
    • Slide; Social community
    • Slide; Three guiding principles
    • Demo; teleconference and presentation
    • Slide; Application deployment ( save time to buildup SIP application)

The Wireless LAN Grows Up: Large-Scale WLAN Deployments

  • Location: Lagoon L
  • It’s one thing to deploy a wireless LAN, and quite another to grow it over time into a large-scale, mission-critical resource. This session will examine the requirements for doing just that, including the design and management of high-density (both clients and infrastructure) deployments, management and other operational requirements, and how to provision and manage large-scale multimedia (including voice and video) services on the enterprise WLAN.
    • 1)Moderator - Rohit Mehra, Director, Enterprise Communications Infrastructure, International Data Corporation
    • 2)Panelist - Kevin McCauley?, Manager, IT Shared Services, Restaurant Network Engineering, Yum Brands, Yum! Brands, Inc.
    • 3)Panelist - Pat Zinno, Infrastructure Services & Support, Atlantic Health
    • 4)Panelist - George Li, Senior Project Manager-Wireless Services, School District of Philadelphia
    • 5)Panelist - Michael Wiley, Network Engineering Manager, Google Inc.
    • 席順; 1)4)2)5)3)


  • Slide; General structure explanation (early 2000, they change fat accesspoint)
  • Challenge; AP are 8 years old, 16b/g/a go away? What about 16/n. How transition from old to new, traffic volume become double, what can I do at trunk network. PDS-key are challenge. Cheap laptop make treble with access new AP.


  • 12500 Yum branded company. Support private, Eliminate use of radio in the router and migrate to a centrally located AP. Explore implementation of guest Wi-Fi. Most important is band wise management.

5) Presentation

  • 802.16n 90% deployed, 24k employee, Full IPv6 deployment (guest as well), Distributed core architecture, 120+ Mobile Buses (Bay area, 3G, 4G), 100% wireless conference rooms and public areas
  • Next step: find opportunities for greater density or better band management for BW requirements. Elastic environment to support 20k+ net: new wireless devices and refresh cycles.
  • Challenges: Industry innovation aroud capacity management, Compartmentalize fault domains, Reliability >= wired port, Device management and figure printing, Traffic visibility (not graph, more specific use…), 3G/4G/LTE w/802.11

3) Presentations

  • Autonomous wireless Cisco deployment.

What is other challenge?

  • Scale up continually at google, Budget and performance balance at school
  • Baby delivery video conference from hospital to dad in Iraq war.
  • Maintain standard is also difficult. Configuration of AP depended on standard.

How about network management?

How Do We Finally Get to IPv6?

  • Location: Breakers L, 11:30-12:30
  • Experts agree that the IPv4 address space will be depleted in the near term and that there is nothing that can be done to stop that. The members of this panel will identify what enterprise IT organizations need to do to prepare for IPv6 deployment. The panelists will also identify the steps that ISPs and network hardware vendors need to take in order to implement IPv6 and will present a status report identifying how well the major players are doing.
    • 1) Moderator - John Curran, President & CEO, ARIN (American Registry for Internet Numbers)
    • 2) Panelist - Dimitri Desmidt, Technical Marketing Engineer, A10 Networks
    • 3) Panelist - Martin Levy, Director IPv6 Strategy, Hurricane Electric
    • 4) Panelist - John Sweeting, Chair, ARIN Advisory Council
    • 席順(左から)4)1)2)3)

1) US will end of the year or early next year, run out.

  • dual stack, IPv4 only OS cannot servive

3) Presentation

  • waiting for IPv6 reached 10%
  • what happen on ASN, network?
    • around 50% connected ASN by v6.

2) presentation

  • watch slide, (LS-NAT/CG-NAT, DS-Lite ;Dual stack lite), Encapsulation (6rd/6to4/6rd-PT, or DS-Lite)
  • Enterprise; Solution to v4 exhaustion, Solution to v6 service access.

Time Warner Cable (additional speaker)

  • IPv6 day, June 8, 2011 UTC (米国時間帯で違う)
  • slides; test step for v6day

Adding Communications to Your Business Apps

  • 2pm-3pm, Location: Lagoon J
  • The real value of UC is in using communications to accelerate business processes and make your enterprise more efficient, with faster time to revenue and other tangible business benefits. The ability to achieve this with UC is called Communications Enabled Business Processes or CEBP―but is anyone really doing CEBP today? This session will offer a reality check on what business processes are being communications-enabled today, and where the potential remains untapped. You’ll also learn about technical challenges around interoperability and performance, and will get an understanding of how these issues are being addressed by vendors and users.
    • 1) Moderator - Dave Michels, Principal, Verge1 Consulting
    • 2) Panelist - Bryan Tantzen, Senior Director – Customer Transformation and Market Development, Voice Technology Group, Cisco
    • 3) Panelist - Tara Mahoney, General Manager, Aplications and SoftClients?, Avaya
    • 4) Panelist - Eddy Malik, CEBP Lead, Microsoft
    • Seat from left; 1)4)3)2)

1) Presentation by Dave Michels,

  • Voice is a spice. A vice use to be a very expensive entity. Now voice become cheap which be additives for application.

2) Presentation by Cisco

  • Slide; Vision of collaboration (Next level
  • Slide; CEBT (IP communication, Mobile app, conference, message…)
  • Slide; Business Imperatives
  • Slide; CEBT workflow case in manufacturing

3) presentation by Avaya

  • Slide; people centric collaboration experience
  • Slide; power of openness
  • Slide; Keys to enabling CEBP (telecom app with normal software development tool)

4) Presentation by Microsoft

  • Slide; MS approach (CEBP in mind, based on .NET, free APIs, No licensing fee)
  • Slide; CEBP investment drivers
  • Slide; What can you do; (Human to human, Human to machine, Machine to human)
  • Slide; Hospital case study: and other case study.


  • Q: How about mobile client?
    • 3) You have to support mobile by main infrastructure. However mobile should support additional/individual support required. Key is media service engine.
  • Q: Looking for application shopping.
    • Core application, on this.

The New Age of WAN Optimization

  • Location: Breakers L, May 12, 2011, 11:30-12:30
  • Driven largely by the deployment of chatty protocols and the need to transmit large files, many IT organizations have implemented network and application optimization functionality. The traditional approach to doing this is for the IT organization to implement WAN optimization controller (WOC) functionality themselves or to obtain it as part of a managed service. While those options still exist, new options are emerging. This includes obtaining network and application optimization functionality from a SaaS provider or by using WAN services that have embedded optimization functionality. The panelists in this session debate the pros can cons of the various approaches and give you the insight you need to refine your optimization strategy.
    • 1) Moderator - Jim Metzler, Vice President, Ashton Metzler & Associates
    • 2) Panelist - Mark Weiner, Senior VP of Marketing, Virtela
    • 3) Panelist - Neil Cohen, Senior Director of Product Marketing, Akamai Technologies, Inc.
    • 4) Panelist - Tony Kourlas, Business Services Product Marketing, Alcatel-Lucent
    • 5) Panelist - Steve Riley, Technical Leader in the Office of the CTO, Riverbed
    • 6) Panelist - Ben Rice, VP of Worldwide Business & Corporate Development, Blue Coat Systems, Inc.

4) Presentation by Alcatel-Lucent

  • Slide; First Stape;

6) Presentation by Bluecoat

  • Asymmetric cloud caching

2) Presentation by Virtela

  • Asymmetric acceleration
  • Cloud-based WAN Optimization (50 pop in the world, Just connect their)
  • Last June(2010), they launch service. This year, launch mobile device management.

Presentation by Akamai

  • Alliance with Reverbed for private IP network, with Ericsson for mobile network

Presentation by Reverbed

  • Exabyte/day/user by IDC expects.
  • Exabyte on cloud. DC Storage cost down, but no cost down with WAN
  • Distributed re-centralization (Distance,
  • Top Ranked Obstacle (by
  • No one is local in era of cloud.
  • goal is LAN like performance
  • deployment scenario;
    • cross-region (=cloud) transfer
    • project migration
    • cloud as data center (No central IT facility)
    • fix cloud bursting
    • big data for HPC
    • cloud boosting (latency depend on provider)