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岐路に立つSDNおよびNFV:ベンダーによる将来のCSPネットワーク仮想化に向けた革新とポジショニング

SDN and NFV at a Crossroads: Vendors Innovating and Positioning for the Future of CSPS' Network Virtualisation

発行 Analysys Mason 商品コード 283197
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岐路に立つSDNおよびNFV:ベンダーによる将来のCSPネットワーク仮想化に向けた革新とポジショニング SDN and NFV at a Crossroads: Vendors Innovating and Positioning for the Future of CSPS' Network Virtualisation
出版日: 2013年09月19日 ページ情報: 英文 PPT and PDF (67 slides)
概要

当レポートでは、SCN(ソフトウェア制御ネットワーキング)情勢の多様な側面について調査し、CSP(通信サービスプロバイダー)に対してはSCN市場参入企業の理解とネットワーク仮想化機会に関する洞察、およびベンダーに対してはネットワーク仮想化ソリューション構築のための構造上の見解などを提供しており、概略以下の構成でお届けします。

エグゼクティブサマリー

ビジネス環境およびCSPとDCPの基本的な違い

  • クラウドコンピューティング、NFVおよびSDNの境界は、仮想化が従来のハードウェア障壁を克服するため、引き続きあいまいになる
  • CSPはDCPよりも広範囲に及ぶネットワーク・ビジネス上の責任を持ち、配信・アクセスレイヤーは最もコストがかかる
  • CSPおよびDCPは、それらのビジネス・運用上の特質の変化によって、さまざまな方法で仮想化に対処する必要がある

CSNの参照アーキテクチャーおよびバリューチェーン

  • ソフトウェア制御ネットワーキング構造の分類
  • クラウドコンピューティング向けSCN市場分類、NFVおよびSDN市場機会はSCN研究プログラムを構成
  • SCN市場は引き続き発展しているが、移行は確実であるため、既存のアーキテクチャーに基づいてSCN参照アーキテクチャーを開発
  • ソフトウェアとサービスは、ハードウェアやデバイスよりも高い利益を提供するため、ハードウェアベンダーにとってでさえ主要な関心事となる

市場定義

CSN技術ロードマップ予測

  • CSPとベンダーは双方ともNFV・SDN情勢の発展の急速な変化に貢献
  • エンドツーエンドIPの単純化は当初は主にNFVへ、後に交通・アクセスネットワークにおけるCSP SDNへの機会を示す
  • SCNの進歩を加速させると見られる今後7年間の新しい仮想化イベントの予測
  • NFVはCSPの技術投資を助長するCSP SDNよりも遥かに速く成熟に達する予測、ほか

CSP・ベンダーへの提言

ベンダーのプロファイル

著者について

図表リスト

目次

Virtualisation is not just blurring traditional hardware boundaries between IT and telecoms, but also between cloud computing, NFV and SDN.

A layered software-controlled networking (SCN) architecture is needed to identify key technology market sub-segments of evolving virtualised next-generation networks (vNGNs). We have developed such an architecture, identifying user, infrastructure, platform, control, service and development layers, where management and security span all layers. Communications service providers (CSPs) and data centre providers (DCPs) address virtualisation in different ways because of business and operational variations.

This report explores multiple facets of the SCN landscape. It provides CSPs with an understanding of the players in the SCN market and with technical insight on network virtualisation opportunities, and vendors with an architectural view for building network virtualisation solutions.

The report includes:

  • an overview of the evolving software-defined networking (SDN), network function virtualisation (NFV) and cloud computing vendor landscape
  • analysis of the business environment and the fundamental differences between CSPs and DCPs
  • SCN reference architecture
  • SCN market taxonomy and value chain for cloud computing, NFV and SDN market opportunities
  • SCN technology roadmap forecast
  • definitions of SCN markets that the Software-Controlled Networking programme will analyse, track and size
  • recommendations for CSPs and vendors
  • vendor profiles of 39 key SCN players.

COMPANY COVERAGE

This report includes vendor profiles for the following companies.

  • ADARA Networks
  • Alcatel-Lucent
  • Arista Networks
  • Big Switch Networks
  • Brocade Communications Systems (Vyatta)
  • Check Point Software Technologies
  • Ciena
  • Cisco Systems
  • Citrix Systems
  • ConteXtream
  • Cyan
  • Dell
  • Embrane
  • ricsson
  • Extreme Networks
  • F5 Networks
  • Fortinet
  • Hewlett-Packard
  • Huawei Technologies
  • IBM
  • Intel
  • Intune Networks
  • Juniper Networks
  • Microsoft
  • Midokura
  • NEC
  • Nokia Siemens Networks
  • NoviFlow
  • Oracle
  • Palo Alto Networks
  • Pertino
  • Pica8
  • Plexxi
  • PLUMgrid
  • Red Hat
  • Symantec
  • Tail-f Systems
  • vArmour Networks
  • VMware (and Nicira Networks)

About the authors

Glen Ragoonanan (Senior Analyst) is the lead analyst for Analysys Mason's Infrastructure Solutions, Service Delivery Platforms and Operations Transformation Software Strategies research programmes. He joined Analysys Mason in 2008 and has worked as a consultant on projects on next-generation IT and telecoms networks, systems and technologies for incumbents, new entrants, private companies, regulators and public-sector clients. His primary areas of specialisation include operations and business support systems (OSS/BSS) solution architecture and integration for business process re-engineering, business process optimisation, business continuity planning, procurement and outsourcing operations and strategies. Before joining Analysys Mason, Glen worked for Fujitsu, designing, delivering and managing integrated solutions. Glen is a Chartered Engineer and project management professional with an MSc from Coventry University.

Anil Rao (Analyst) is a member of Analysys Mason's Telecoms Software research team, focusing on the Service Assurance, Infrastructure Solutions, Service Delivery Platforms and Telecoms Software Strategies programmes. He has more than 10 years' experience in the telecoms industry, working in systems integration and service delivery with major Tier 1 mobile and fixed-line operators, and independent software vendors. Anil joined Analysys Mason in early 2012. He holds a BEng in Computer Science from the University of Mysore, and an MBA from Lancaster University Management School.

Table of Contents

  • 5. Executive summary
  • 6. Cloud computing, NFV and SDN disruption is more evident in the SCN vendor landscape than in the implemented technologies in CSPs
  • 7. Business environment and fundamental differences between CSPs and DCPs
  • 8. The boundaries between cloud computing, NFV and SDN will continue to blur as virtualisation overcomes traditional hardware barriers
  • 9. CSPs have more-extensive network and business responsibilities than DCPs, and the distribution and access layers are the most costly
  • 10. CSPs and DCPs need to address virtualisation in different ways because of the variations in their business and operational characteristics
  • 11. SCN reference architecture and value chain
  • 12. Software-controlled networking architectural categories
  • 13. SCN market taxonomy for cloud computing, NFV and SDN market opportunities that we will size in the SCN research programme
  • 14. The SCN market is still evolving, but we developed our SCN reference architecture based on existing architecture, because migration is certain
  • 15. Software and services will be the main focus, even for hardware vendors, because they provide higher revenue margins than hardware and devices
  • 16. Market definitions
  • 17. Definitions of SCN market and revenue types
  • 18. Definitions of the SCN market's layered sub-segments [1]
  • 19. Definitions of the SCN market's layered sub-segments [2]
  • 20. SCN technology roadmap forecast
  • 21. Both CSPs and vendors are contributing to the rapid changes in the developments in the NFV and SDN landscape
  • 22. End-to-end IP simplification initially presents opportunities for NFV in the core, and later for CSP SDN in the transport and access networks
  • 23. We forecast the following inaugural virtualisation events in CSPs during the next 7 years, which may propel SCN progress
  • 24. Our roadmap forecasts that NFV will reach maturity much faster than CSP SDN, which is encouraging CSPs to invest in the technology
  • 25. Established telecoms vendors will be relevant to CSPs as they migrate to SCN technologies, but vendors need to stay relevant with SCN solutions
  • 26. NFV and SDN have led to a vendor boom that will consolidate during the next two decades as the technologies mature
  • 27. Recommendations for CSPs and vendors
  • 28. Recommendations for CSPs
  • 29. Recommendations for vendors
  • 30. Vendor profiles
  • 31. New start-ups are emerging, and the role of established vendors is changing to adopt to the network evolution that NFV and SDN will bring
  • 32. ADARA Networks
  • 33. Alcatel-Lucent
  • 34. Big Switch Networks
  • 35. Brocade Communications Systems (Vyatta)
  • 36. Ciena
  • 37. Cisco Systems
  • 38. Citrix Systems
  • 39. ConteXtream
  • 40. Cyan
  • 41. Embrane
  • 42. Ericsson
  • 43. F5 Networks
  • 44. Hewlett-Packard (HP)
  • 45. Huawei Technologies
  • 46. IBM
  • 47. Intel
  • 48. Intune Networks
  • 49. Juniper Networks
  • 50. NEC
  • 51. Nokia Siemens Networks (NSN)
  • 52. NoviFlow
  • 53. Oracle
  • 54. Palo Alto Networks
  • 55. PLUMgrid
  • 56. Red Hat
  • 57. Tail-f Systems
  • 58. VMware (and Nicira Networks)
  • 59. Other notable SCN vendors [1]
  • 60. Other notable SCN vendors [2]
  • 61. Other notable SCN vendors [3]
  • 62. About the authors and Analysys Mason
  • 63. About the authors
  • 64. About Analysys Mason
  • 65. Research from Analysys Mason
  • 66. Consulting from Analysys Mason

List of figures

  • Figure 1: ICT convergence in CSPs' networks from cloud computing, NFV and SDN technologies
  • Figure 2: Comparison of CSPs' and DCPs' scope of operations, support and investment/spend responsibility to reach their consumers
  • Figure 3: Software-controlled networking architectural categories
  • Figure 4: SCN market opportunity segments in cloud, NFV and SDN
  • Figure 5: SCN vendor value chain in cloud, NFV and SDN
  • Figure 6: SCN market definitions
  • Figure 7: SCN market revenue type definitions
  • Figure 8: Definitions of SCN market sub-segments by architectural layers
  • Figure 9: Definitions of SCN market sub-segments by cloud/virtual layers
  • Figure 10: Overview of SCN technologies on an end-to-end CSP multi-service IP network
  • Figure 11: Forecast of virtualisation events that will drive SCN adoption in the CSP environment, 2013-2020
  • Figure 12: Forecast of NFV and SDN use cases and functions adopted by CSPs, 2013-2023
  • Figure 13: Vendor market dynamics as a result of new technology introduction
  • Figure 14a-c: Company summary of other notable SCN players
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