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  • Juniper Media Flow

    Junos Content Encore Rich Content and Media Delivery

    Architecture

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    ТЕНДЕНЦИИ РЫНКА

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    Users The Network

    Becomes a Key Enabler or Barrier

    Mobile

    Home

    Branch

    Campus

    Cloud

    Hosted

    Ad-Hoc

    Chosen

    Applications

    Corp IT

    Ubiquitous Mobile Access

    Is Now a Business Imperative

    MOBILE CLOUD CONTENT

    CLOUD MOBILE CONTENT

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    ВИНОВНИКИ РОСТА И НЕПРЕДСКАЗУЕМОСТИ ТРАФИКА

    Apple отгрузил 35 миллионов iPhones в

    Q1 2012

    Google регистрирует 700,000 Andriod

    устройств каждый день

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    CONNECTED CULTURE DRIVES EXPONENTIAL GROWTH

    +27% 2008-2020

    CAGR

    WWW is born

    Digital decade

    +32%

    Video

    17x Growth 2008-2020

    180,000

    160,000

    140,000

    120,000

    100,000

    80,000

    60,000

    40,000

    20,000

    1990 2021 2017 2014 2011 2008 2005 2002 1999 1996 1993

    Source: Juniper, Cisco, MINTS

    Worldwide internet traffic, 1990-2020 PB/month

    Forecast Model

    +20%

    Non-video

    # of Connections

    Over

    Video & Content

    60%

    Of broadband traffic will be streaming

    video and audio by 2015

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    2000 2001 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002

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    RICH CONTENT DRIVING NEW NETWORK DEMANDS

    Online aggregators and

    content everywhere offers

    driving network demands…

    Over

    Video & Content

    60%

    Of broadband traffic will be streaming

    video and audio by 2015

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    The Content Delivery

    Opportunity

    2013

    THE CONTENT DELIVERY MARKET

    World Wide CDN

    $3.5B in 2013

    Europe 17%

    Middle East and Africa

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    ЦЕЛИ ПРОДУКТА

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    CDN DEPLOYMENT MODELS

    Akamai: OTT network focused on Global Edge deployment CDNetworks: Large global metro focused network

    Limelight Networks: OTT network Global megaPOPs Level 3: Back bone based

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    10

    Content delivery disconnect

    Content Provider CDN Provider Telco Consumer

    QoS disconnect

    Content delivery connect

    Content Provider Telco CDN Enabled Consumer

    End-to-End QoS

    Why Network Operators enter this market

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    A CONTENT DELIVERY SOLUTION GIVES OPERATORS AN OPPORTUNITY TO EXPAND THEIR ROLE IN THE OTT VIDEO VALUE CHAIN

    Video Production

    Indie producers, Endemol

    etc.

    Broadcasters, studios,

    cable nets

    Universal, Paramount, SKY

    Online Distributor

    iPlayer, Hulu, YouTube,

    Amazon

    Content Delivery Network

    Akamai, Limelight

    Service Provider

    BT, Orange, DT

    Device

    PC, mobile phone, STB,

    tablet

    Video Production

    Indie producers, Endemol

    etc.

    Broadcasters, studios,

    cable nets

    Universal, Paramount, SKY

    Service Provider

    BT, Orange, DT, Telefonica

    Device

    PC, mobile phone, STB,

    tablet

    Online Distributor

    iPlayer, Hulu, YouTube,

    Amazon

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    ОБЗОР ПРОДУКТА

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    JUNIPER MEDIA FLOW BACKGROUND

    Origin: Technology acquired from Ankeena Networks – April 2010. Roughly three years in development.

    Ankeena Founders: - Rajan Raghavan – RealChip, Xambala - Prabakar Sunderrajan – Exodus, Netscaler

    Today: Ankeena integrated in Juniper as the ‘Content and Media Business Unit’

    Juniper Media Flow:

    Delivers media and rich content at a massive scale with smooth viewing experience (50,000 transactions per second, 40,000 sessions per server) – differentiated Smooth Streaming and Multi-tiered Caching

    Purpose-built software appliance that runs on generic x86 servers and variety of storage devices (SATA/SAS/SSD/NFS).

    Strategic Rationale for the Acquisition:

    Web 2.0 content becoming larger and more rich, benefiting from acceleration and network awareness

    Performance Density in software

    SPs are designing CDNs to solve their video traffic explosion problems – improve economics and enhance experience of video delivery

    Complimentary technology, mission and architecture

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    MEDIA FLOW SOLUTION COMPONENTS

    VXA Series

    Media Flow Engines

    VXA 1002 VXA 2010

    VXA 1001 VXA 2002

    • High-performance, carrier class Juniper appliances

    • Purpose-built to optimize performance of Media Flow Controller

    • Available in 1U and 2U (NEBS) platforms

    Media Flow Controller

    (Junos Content Encore)

    • Intelligent, media-aware software appliance

    • Hierarchical caching

    • Assured Flow and SmoothFlow to ensure subscriber experience

    • Multi-protocol, mixed media delivery

    • Can be deployed on Juniper VXA Series or select x86 servers

    Junos Ready Software

    Media Flow Activate

    (Junos Space Content

    Director)

    Junos Space

    Application

    • Element management system

    • Provides centralized management for Media Flow Controllers

    • Open XML interfaces to integrate with existing provisioning systems

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    CONTENT DELIVERY AT THE NETWORK EDGE

    Service Provider Network Subscribers

    Origin Servers

    OTT Content

    Internet Core

    Reduced Traffic and

    Network Costs

    Higher Quality of

    Experience

    MX Series

    Access

    Server Load

    Balancer Content Delivery

    Engine

    Content Direct provides a future path of monetization for

    service providers delivering content to end users

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    MEDIA FLOW DEPLOYMENT FLEXIBILITY

    Network Optimization

    Content Delivery Infrastructure Multiscreen Content Delivery

    Origin Acceleration

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    VXA SERIES: HIGH PERFORMANCE MEDIA DELIVERY PLATFORMS

    Purpose-built hardware appliances

    Provide carrier-class reliability and availability features

    On-board storage options

    VXA1001

    VXA1002

    VXA2002

    VXA2010

    Throughput 1 Gbps 2 Gbps 4 Gbps 10 Gbps

    Interfaces (1GbE/10GbE) 2 x 1GbE 4 x 1GbE 4 x 1GbE

    4 x 1GbE 2 x 10GbE

    RAM 4 GB 8 GB 36 GB 36 GB

    Storage .5 TB 2 TB 2 TB 8 TB

    Sessions 2,000 4,000 10,000 40,000

    Router Integrated (MX blade) will also be available soon

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    FOUNDATION OF MEDIA FLOW TECHNOLOGY

    Juniper Appliance

    Juniper Router Blade

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    Management, Control and Analytics

    Plug-ins

    Core Engine

    Scheduler Multi-Tier Cache Network Stack

    Origin Storage

    HTTP

    NFS

    Clustering

    Protocols HTTP RTSP RTMP

    Cache Devices HDD RAM

    Flash Memory

    New Applications Media Flow Controller

    RAM

    SSD

    SAS

    SATA

    NAS

    Perf

    orm

    an

    ce

    Capacity

    Tiered Cache Hierarchy

    Built from the ground up, Media Flow is an innovative caching

    and streaming building block for New Media CDNs

    Standard x86

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    HARDWARE: FLEXIBLE CONFIGURATION

    2 x 1 GigE on

    board

    interfaces

    Single OR Dual Quad

    Core CPU

    SAS, SATA HDD

    OR

    SSD Flash Drive

    8 x 1 GigE Intel Pro

    Interface

    OR Dual 10 GigE

    4 to 32 GB

    RAM

    Redundant

    Hot Swap

    Power Supply

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    DELIVERY OPTIMIZED VXA2100 CONFIGURATION

    VXA 2100 configuration called the H10 appliance (Exact configuration may

    change)

    72 GB RAM

    Dual quad-core CPUs (Xeon @ 2.13Ghz)

    2x10G fiber network connections with only one connection actually used

    2x400G SSD drives

    14-40x900G 10K RPM SAS drives

    External storage SCSI interface

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    Concurrent Sessions

    SUPERIOR PERFORMANCE, LINEAR SCALABILITY

    0

    5 000

    10 000

    15 000

    20 000

    25 000

    30 000

    35 000

    40 000

    45 000

    4 Cores 6 Cores 8 Cores

    Media Flow

    Squid

    HDD Throughput (Mbps)

    0

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    1000

    1500

    2000

    2500

    3000

    3500

    4000

    4500

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    AT

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    2 S

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    3 S

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    AT

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    Media Flow

    Squid

    Requests per Second

    0

    10 000

    20 000

    30 000

    40 000

    50 000

    60 000

    4 Cores 6 Cores 8 Cores

    Media Flow

    Squid

    Media Flow Controller Scales Linearly with

    Processing and Memory Increases

    Data based on real-world tests performed for

    Tier 1 service provider

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    2012-2013 PLATFORM DEVELOPMENT

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    СЕРВИСНАЯ КАРТА В МХ (APPLICATION SERVICES MULTI-SERVICE LINE CARD – AS-MLC)

    Based on Juniper most

    advanced high speed

    ASIC’s enabling the

    Modular-Carrier-Card to

    provide up to 80Gbps

    application throughput

    to the MX backplane w/

    advanced features

    Modular Card Carrier

    (MCC) 8TB of MLC NAND Flash per

    MSC w/ on-board NAND

    controller (future variants of

    4TB, 2TB, & 0.5TB)

    Modular

    Storage

    Card

    (MSC)

    OS & APPLICATIONS

    • Runs JUNOS with Media Flow Controller 3.x I

    • Supports advanced services such as Linear TV, VOD, FCC/RET

    • Interoperable w/ PFE forwarding and sampling

    • Native clustering and L4/L7 load balancing

    PERFORMANCE

    • 40Gbps streaming, 8TB NAND Flash per blade

    • Up to 8 blades per MX960 or 320Gbps

    HIGH AVAILABILITY

    • Cluster-based software upgrade and failover

    • NAND reliability monitoring & life management

    HARDWARE

    • NEBS compliant services blade supported on MX960, 480, 240

    • Hot swappable x86 MXC and NAND MSC

    • Intel Sandy-Bridge CPU and MLC NAND Flash

    • 65K hours MTBF

    NETWORK MANAGEMENT

    • JUNOS CLI, XML, JWEB

    • JUNSPACE

    2 x Octal-core w/ 64GB RAM,

    30- 40Gbps of streaming on

    MFC (Future security apps

    and MP-SDK apps)

    Modular

    Processing

    Card

    (MXC)

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    REMOVABLE CARDS

    MXC Characteristics

    Dual 8core CPU 2.13GHz [Sandy-Bridge] 64GB RAM Field Upgrade-able DIMM 80Gbps usable I/O Hardware SSL Acceleration Runs Junos Content Encore Hot Swappable

    MSC Characteristics

    16x 512GB MLC NAND DIMM 6.4TB usable capacity 40Gbps usable I/O 25-30Gbps Disk Delivery BW Field Upgradeable Hot Swappable

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    CARRIER CARD “VIRTUAL PLANE” CONCEPT

    MCC Characteristics

    Must have 1x MXC Card location is fixed

    o MSC in Slot 0

    o MXC in Slot 1

    4x PCIe Gen2 x8 Lanes MXC 120Gbps fabric interface Based on 100GE PFE ASIC Coarse grain queuing High Speed Route Lookup Firewall Inline services L3 Services

    MX Chassis

    AS-MLC

    Cent OS

    KVM

    VM VM

    JCE Core

    VM Junos Content

    Encore

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    CONFIGURING APPLICATION SERVICES MULTI-SERVICE LINE CARD

    Fully Configured

    MLC NAND

    DIMMS

    Intel Sand-Bridge

    & Cave-Creek

    Sand-Force

    PCI-e

    PCI-e

    High Speed

    WAN & Fabric

    ASIC

    PFE ASIC

    MODULAR PROCESSING CARD [MXC]

    MODULAR STORAGE CARD [MSC]

    MODULAR CARRIER CARD [MCC]

    64G RAM, 6.4TB MLC Flash

    RAM-only

    64G RAM

    MLC NAND

    DIMMS

    Sand-Force

    PCI-e

    PCI-e

    High Speed

    WAN & Fabric

    ASIC

    PFE ASIC

    MODULAR PROCESSING CARD [MXC] MODULAR CARRIER CARD [MCC]

    Mix Cards

    2 x 64G RAM, 6.4TB MLC Flash

    MLC NAND

    DIMMS

    Sand-Force

    PCI-e

    PCI-e

    High Speed

    WAN & Fabric

    ASIC

    PFE ASIC

    MODULAR PROCESSING CARD [MXC] MODULAR CARRIER CARD [MCC]

    MLC NAND

    DIMMS

    Intel Sand-Bridge

    & Cave-Creek

    Sand-Force

    PCI-e

    PCI-e

    High Speed

    WAN & Fabric

    ASIC

    PFE ASIC

    MODULAR PROCESSING CARD [MXC]

    MODULAR STORAGE CARD [MSC]

    MODULAR CARRIER CARD [MCC]

    RAM+VXA (Co-located/Distributed)

    64G RAM, Scalable Storage

    MLC NAND

    DIMMS

    Sand-Force

    PCI-e

    PCI-e

    High Speed

    WAN & Fabric

    ASIC

    PFE ASIC

    MODULAR PROCESSING CARD [MXC] MODULAR CARRIER CARD [MCC]

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    HIGH PERFORMANCE MEDIA DELIVERY PLATFORMS

    Purpose-built to host Junos Content Encore and optimize performance of Junos Content Solution

    Provide carrier-class reliability and availability features

    Modular, on-board storage options

    VXA1002

    VXA 2000

    VXA2002

    VXA2010

    AS-MLC

    Throughput 2 Gbps 20Gbps 2 Gbps 20 Gbps 40 Gbps

    RAM 8 GB 72GB 36 GB 36 GB 72GB

    Base Storage 2 TB N/A 2 TB 8 TB 6.4 TB

    Add’l storage

    options SATA, SSD SAS, SATA, SSD SAS, SATA, SSD SAS, SATA, SSD SSD

    Sessions 10,000 500,000 500,000 768,000

    Junos Content Encore also available as standalone software system for deployment on

    generally available x86 servers.

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    ИНТЕГРАЦИЯ С CDN ПОСТРОЕНИЕ СОБСТВЕННОГО CDN

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    THE EVOLVING CONTENT DISTRIBUTION MODEL

    Service providers

    can take different

    paths for converged

    delivery

    IPTV / VoD

    Internet only

    Regardless, end

    game is the same

    Converged media

    distribution - any content,

    any device, one delivery

    platform

    Content providers partner

    with CDNs

    Service providers own the

    subscribers

    Service providers own the

    subscribers

    Service providers

    distribute VOD, IPTV

    within their own networks

    Mixed IPTV, VOD and Internet

    video content on a converged

    architecture

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    PARTNER VS. BUILD

    Partner examples

    EdgeCast DT uses Edgecast on it’s nodes to expand the global reach for

    CDN solutions (http://www.edgecast.com/solutions/wholesale-cdn/)

    Bitgravity (example TATA Comunications) (…)Tata Communications’ CDN service powered by BitGravity.

    With more than 300 points of presence worldwide(…)

    Build examples

    Level 3

    The company operates one of the largest communications and Internet

    backbones in the world. Level 3 is a Tier 1 network and the current owner

    of AS1. (http://www.level3.com/index.cfm?pageID=129)

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    НЕСКОЛЬКО ДОПОЛНИТЕЛЬНЫХ КОНЦЕПЦИЙ И ФУНКЦИОНАЛЬНОСТЕЙ

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    MFP ADAPTIVE STREAM FORMAT AND SECURE CONTENT DELIVERY SUPPORT

    Apple HTTP Live Streaming • Live MPEG TS stream ingest (SPTS & MPTS) / real-time publishing

    • Optional video recording for on demand support

    • MPEG2.TS, ISMV, F4V and MP4 file ingest / off-line publishing

    • AES-128 encryption with Key Management Server (KMS) partner integration

    Microsoft Silverlight • Live MPEG TS stream ingest (SPTS & MPTS) / real-time publishing

    • Optional video recording for on demand support

    • MPEG2.TS, ISMV, F4V and MP4 file ingest / off-line file publishing

    • Microsoft Playready CA integration

    Adobe HTTP Dynamic Streaming • Live MPEG TS stream ingest (SPTS & MPTS) / real-time publishing

    • Optional video recording for on demand support

    • Zeri packaged asset, F4V and MP4 file ingest / off-line file publishing

    • Adobe FAX CA integration

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    MFC DEPLOYMENTS AT A GLANCE

    Origin /

    Datacenter

    Juniper Media Flow solution

    efficiently stores, distributes and

    delivers rich media content

    C

    Media Flow as

    A. Origin Accelerator

    B. Mid-Tier Cache

    C. Edge Cache

    B

    A

    Internet Core /

    Peering Point

    Service

    Provider Edge

    (CDN / NSP)

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    TCP CONNECTION OFFLOAD PROXY

    Client Connection Proxy SYN

    ACK

    SYN+ACK

    GET

    FIN

    ACK

    ACK

    Data

    FIN

    Server

    GET

    Data

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    INTERNET

    (Origin Cache)

    Media Flow Controller

    Transparent Caching: intercepts HTTP requests and redirects them to Web cache

    servers or cache clusters. Router-based transparent proxy caching uses policy-based

    routing to direct requests to the appropriate cache(s). For example, requests from

    certain clients can be associated with a particular cache.

    Transparent caches are also the simplest way to use a cache internally on a network (at

    peering-hand off points between an ISP and a larger network, for example), because

    they don't require explicit coordination with other caches.

    TRANSPARENT PROXY CACHING

    PC

    TV

    Mobile

    Router

    Origin Server Farm

    Video

    Web

    Music

    Origin

    (1st Level Cache)

    Media Flow Controller

    Metro

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    Reverse Proxy Caching: Reverse proxy cache, also known as Web Server Acceleration, is a

    method of reducing the load on a busy web server by using a web cache between the server

    and the internet.

    A reverse proxy cache differs from standard and transparent caches, in that it reduces load on

    the origin web server, rather than reducing upstream network bandwidth on the client side.

    Reverse Proxy Caches offload client requests for static content from the web server,

    preventing unforeseen traffic surges from overloading the origin server.

    REVERSE PROXY CACHING

    PC

    TV

    Mobile

    LB / Router

    INTERNET

    Origin Server Farm

    Video

    Web

    Music

    Origin Cache

    Media Flow Controllers

    Origin Cache

    Media Flow Controllers

    Origin Metro

    LB / Router

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    Media Flow

    Controller

    available on VXA

    Series or general

    purpose servers

    NETWORK OPTIMIZATION MEDIA FLOW ACTIVATE (JUNOS SPACE PLATFORM)

    Region A Region B

    Media Flow

    Controller Media Flow

    Controller Media Flow

    Controller

    www

    Unmanaged OTT Content

    Library of site templates

    Region C

    Media Flow Activate

    Network

    Operations Center

    Selected site

    templates

    Provision

    Selected sites

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    BANDWIDTH SAVINGS EXAMPLE

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    CONFIGURATION VIEWS

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    MANAGEMENT COMPONENTS

    1000 @ 2 Mbps

    CLI

    Web GUI

    SNMP

    SSH

    HTTP/HTTPS

    mfd(config) # int eth0 ip address

    172.19.172.13 255.255.255.0

    mfd (config) # int default-gateway

    172.19.172.1

    mfd(config) #show interface eth0

    Email Alerts

    Logging

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    HIERARCHICAL CACHING

    RAM

    SSD

    SAS

    SATA

    NAS

    Perf

    orm

    an

    ce

    Capacity

    Network -level hierarchy

    Device-level hierarchy

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    INTELLIGENT MULTI-TIER CACHE

    MFC keeps granular analytics on objects served.

    Intelligent caching and network delivery decisions based on analytics.

    Correlates objects based on analytics to manage lifetime, caching, and delivery of objects.

    Hot-spotting to improve caching efficiency.

    Promotion

    to SSD

    Promotion

    to RAM

    Eviction

    TIER 1: RAM RAM Tier

    SAS Tier

    SSD Tier

    Tier 4: SATA 2 TB

    SATA Tier

    Promotion

    to SAS

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    CONTENT PUBLISHING FOR ON-NET/OFF-NET APPLICATIONS

    FTP

    Pre-Position Content

    Content Library

    Origin Server

    Pull Static Content On-Demand

    Network

    Attached

    Storage Array

    Allows content owners to pre-stage content into Media Flow cache via FTP protocol

    Avoids cache-miss & provides optimized handling for hot content

    Fetch objects from different origin servers based on URL & Domain

    Save bandwidth by pulling only content that is requested by users

    HTTP

    NFS