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Unlocking the True Benefit of Software Defined Networking

  1. 1. Your Digital Network. Your Future Unlocking the True Benefit of Software Defined Networking Amol Phadke October 2016
  2. 2. Copyright © 2016 Accenture All rights reserved. 2 Sensors 28.1B sensors expected by 2020 Motion Location Sound Chemical Light Heat Networks 4.9B people accessing 4G-LTE networks by 2018 APIs 80% Fortune1000couldoffer publicAPIsbyendof2016 Motion Billing Social Search Marketing Apps 4.4B Total number of app users by 2017 GestureTracking Touch Interfaces Augmented Reality Voice Recog. Data 15.9EB Exabytes of mobile data traffic per month by 2018 Transaction data User data Field data Inventory data Performance data Then Now Connected world Devices 25B Devices expected by 2020
  3. 3. 3 Virtual AgentsBots Artificial Intelligence Autonomic Computing Self- assembling IT Social Mobility Analytics Big Data Cybersecurity Open Source PaaS Crowdsourcing Wearable s Internet of Things Cloud Mega trends shaping technology
  4. 4. Copyright © 2016 Accenture All rights reserved. 4 Software Enabled Platforms Operations Services/ Solutions The Internet of Me Outcome Economy Platform (R)evolution Intelligent Enterprise Workforce Reimagined Digital business era: stretch your boundaries with Network 3.0 • SD-WAN/ NaaS • Cloud Connect • NFV Services • UC&C • Security • IoT • Wireless Local Loop • SDN • NFV • Service Chaining • OpenSource • Yang/Netconf/ OpenFlow • Customer Self- Service • IT/Network Operational Convergence • Real-Time B/OSS • Private Cloud/OpenStack • DevOps • APIs • MANO • SRE
  5. 5. Copyright © 2016 Accenture All rights reserved. 5 SDN & NFV as the enablers for the new digital communications service provider The virtualization transformation can be developed with an ‘inside out’ or ‘outside in’ approaches Operations Transform. Focuses on virtualizing the core network functions first Companies pursuing this strategy are looking to accelerate development, deployment and testing of service offerings to drive incremental revenue Inside out Each of the two approaches will involve a combination of three main components: • Technology transformation • Business Services transformation • Operations transformation The inside out approach is focused more on technology transformation, whereas the outside in is more driven by a business services transformation. Both approaches require a comprehensive assessment of the transformations required in the operations domain, as shown below Outside in Inside out Business Services transform. Technology transform. A balanced approach is recommended to take advantage of opportunities to capture market share and accelerate revenue WHILE reducing costs Source: Accenture analysis Companies pursuing this strategy are primarily driving OPEX/CAPEX reductions and operational efficiencies Focuses on virtualizing at the ‘edge’ and innovating the customer premise Outside in
  6. 6. Copyright © 2016 Accenture All rights reserved. 6 Consumer SDN & NFV as the enablers for the new digital communications service provider Digital Telco in the 2-sided Business Model Over the Network Platforms New Digital Network Proximity End Users: ‘Downstream’ Platform Customers Third Parties: ‘Upstream’ Platform Customers Media players Retailers Devices Healthcare Industrial Other Telcos ... Enterprises Security QoE/QoS Personalization Objective of business transformation is to leverage Over-the-Network (OTN) platform based on assets which are Network specific, in order to differentiate from Over-the-Top (OTT) platforms Operations Transform. Outside in Inside out Business Services transform. Technology transform. Market Facing Units
  7. 7. Copyright © 2016 Accenture All rights reserved. 7 SDN & NFV as the enablers for the new digital communications service provider Accenture reference architecture for technology transformation Framework key points Openness and standard based approaches: • multivendor blueprint in practice • API based Comprehensive vendor ecosystem: • >20 HW/SW Suppliers pre-integrated and interoperable • Plan to increase suppliers list based on technological roadmap and clients input. Production Ready Use cases • Infrastructure, Enterprise/Network, DevOps oriented: >15 use cases running Infrastructure and VNF Lifecycle Extensibility: • Running new streamlined processes for Infrastructure delivery and VNF Onboarding with vendors. DevOps enabled • Accenture DevOps Platform (ADOP) augmenting NFV velocity • Accenture Network Testing Automation increasing cost savings and efficiency & reducing NFV’s configuration backlog ADVNP DevOps HW Resources Computing Storage Network Virtual Resources v-Computing v-Storage v-Network Virtualization Layer VNF Manager Service Orchestrator VNF-1 VNF-2 VNF-3 VNF-4 Virtual Network Functions … NFV-I MANO EM EM EM EM … Enterprise Service Network Services Portal & Service Catalogue Virtual Infrastructure Manager Network Service Management SLA Mgmt. & Reporting Service Assurance Config. Mgmt. & Inventory Security E2E Service Orchestrator Legacy OSS Legacy networks Accenture Network Testing Automation Accenture DevOps Platform Objective of Technology transformation is to build next generation virtualized platform, in order to differentiate on capex/opex synergies and customer experience Operations Transform. Outside in Inside out Business Services transform. Technology transform.
  8. 8. Copyright © 2016 Accenture All rights reserved. 8 Digital telco transformation is based on 4 main streams and new metrics Platforms as a set of processes, people and technologies to provide standard and reusable services to internal and external clients Digital and Liquidity Indexes to measure new digital organization effectiveness Making complex systems easy to use and with great customer experience, for consumer, enterprises and internal workforce Lean Operating Model based on Multispeed and Agile DevOps across the organization A customer centric culture and workforce at the core of the unit New Metrics Customer Experience Platforms Culture Shift Operating Model
  9. 9. Copyright © 2016 Accenture All rights reserved. 9 @Amol_AUP Learn more about Accenture Network Network on accenture.com @NetworkFuture on Twitter Network on YouTube

Notes de l'éditeur

  • Sensors:
    Slide: “28.1B sensors expected by 2020.”
    © Copyright IDC. Source: Worldwide Internet of Things (IoT) 2013–2020 Forecast: Billions of Things, Trillions of Dollars, October 2013

    Devices:
    Slide: 25B devices expected by 2020
    Support: Gartner has recently predicted that, by 2020, there will be 25 billion connected IoT devices.
    © Copyright Gartner, Inc. Source: Predicts 2015: Digital Business and Internet of Things Add Formidable Integration Challenges, 11 November 2014
     
    Networks:
    Support: “Globally, there will be 4.9 Billion mobile users by 2018, up from 4.1 Billion in 2013, a CAGR of 3.5%.”
    © Cisco. Source: Cisco Visual Networking Index: Global Mobile Data Traffic Forecast Update, 2013–2018, 5 February 2014
    The forecast date is off and should be revised to what’s suggested below.
     
    APIS:  >80% of large global enterprises will offer public Web APIs by 2016
    © Gartner, Inc. Source: Hype Cycle for Application Development, 2014, 29 July 2014
    This is the update to the report cited.
     
    Apps:
    Slide: 4.4B total number of app users by 2017
    © Portio Research, Mobile Applications Futures 2013-2017, February 2013
     
    Data:
    Slide: 15.9EB mobile data traffic per month by 2018
    © Cisco. Source: Cisco Visual Networking Index: Global Mobile Data Traffic Forecast Update, 2013–2018, 5 February 2014
     An exabyte (EB) is a unit of digital information storage used to denote the size of data. It is equivalent to 1 billion gigabytes (GB), 1,000 petabytes (PB) or 1,000,000,000,000,000,000 bytes (B).

     

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