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Applying a Methodology to Network Design

Designing for Cisco Internetwork Solutions (DESGN) v2.0

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DESGN v2.0—1-1

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Applying a Methodology to Network Design

Introducing the Cisco Service-Oriented Network Architecture

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DESGN v2.0—1-1

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Growth of Applications
Telephony Business Intelligence Partners Compression Business-toBusiness Links ASP Web Service Mobile Services EDI Custom Protocol

Business Rules

Field Organizations Message Broker Data Center Transformation .Net ESB Database Lookup Branch Offices Business-toBusiness Gateway Load Balancing MQ Series Extranet Event Capture Distribution Security

Standards

J2EE

Remote Environments

Legacy Applications

EAI

Compliance Logging

Adapters

RFID

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IT Evolution— From Connectivity to Intelligent Systems

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New Business Requirements

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Intelligence in the Network

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Cisco Service-Oriented Network Architecture Framework
SONA is an architectural framework. SONA brings several advantages to enterprises: – Outlines how enterprises can evolve toward a more intelligent network – Illustrates how to build integrated systems across a fully converged intelligent infrastructure – Improves flexibility and increases efficiency

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Cisco SONA Layers

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Overview of Cisco SONA Offerings

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Benefits of SONA
Description Functionality Scalability Availability Performance Manageability Efficiency Supports organizational requirements Supports growth and expansion of organizational tasks Provides necessary services reliably, anywhere, anytime Provides responsiveness, throughput, and utilization on a per-application basis Provides control, performance monitoring, and fault detection Provides network services with reasonable operational costs and appropriate capital investment

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Summary
Drivers for a new network architecture include these factors: – Growth of applications – IT evolution from connectivity to intelligent systems – Increased business expectations for networks Cisco’s vision of intelligence in the network aligns network and business requirements in three phases: – Phase 1 is integrated transport. – Phase 2 is integrated services. – Phase 3 is integrated applications. Cisco SONA is the enterprise framework for building intelligence in the network: – Layer 1 is the integrated infrastructure layer. – Layer 2 is the interactive services layer. – Layer 3 is the application layer.

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DESGN v2.0—1-10

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DESGN v2.0—1-11

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