| Tuesday, June 11, 2019 7:00 AM PST If you are considering taking or actively preparing for the Enterprise Routing and Switching, Expert (JNCIE-ENT) exam (and joining the #JNCIEClub2019), then join us for a free certification prep session. This session will address many of the common questions candidates have prior to taking a JNCIE exam and it will give you an opportunity to ask your own questions. As a BONUS, registrants will also receive a 25% discount voucher for the purchase of a JNCIE-ENT Self-Study Bundle. You will receive your discount voucher via email within 1-2 days after the event has run. Hurry up, seats re filling fast.|
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This is a great step of Juniper Certification Program! Got this on my inbox, and what amazing feeling!
earn more on the JNCP Recertification webpage.
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SSL Decryption is one of the key topics, since TLS 1.2 to the TLS 1.3 standard will undoubtedly force changes in how enterprise firewall vendors process the traffic.
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Do you have an associate-level exam that is coming up for renewal? Rather than retaking the same exam, you can now recertify your certification by passing another associate-level exam.
On September 21, the Juniper Networks Certification Program (JNCP) updated the recertification policies to allow for cross-track recertification for all associate-level exams. If, for example, your JNCIA-Junos certification is coming up for renewal, consider attempting the JNCDA, the JNCIA-Cloud, or the new JNCIA-DevOps certification exam instead. If you pass, not only will you have earned a new certification, but you will have also recertified an existing one.
Plus, you’ll be on your way to earning our new JNCIAx3 or JNCIAx4 multi-certification badges.
Learn more on the JNCP Recertification webpage.
Juniper vLabs is a web-based platform that lets you try out Juniper products and features at any time, in a no-risk environment. Leveraging the vMX, vQFX, and vSRX product lines, vLabs provide a variety of standalone devices and preset topologies. Reservable in advance or on-demand, vLabs are free to access and open to everyone.
Juniper vLabs takes a “read-it-then-try-it” approach to learning. This offering guides you from product and solutions documentation to a live environment where you can get hands-on experience.
Enter Juniper vLabs.
Based on Gartner by 2020, only 40% of network operations teams will use the command line interface (CLI) as their primary interface, down from 75% in 2018.
Cisco still evolving their Unified Vison across the Campus with DNA Center and SD-Access solutions giving the full capabilities in one single pane of glass simplying the day-to-day operations.
Thanks to spend your time reading this post on the first day of the new year.
The 2017 was a busy year regards projects and a new area i’ve been exploring myself (Business Development), this is quite new for me but it’s going….
What i mean by Business Development? I’ve been focus only on Engineering (hands-on) which is by far what i really like to do, so i get the implementation plan and GO! Why not dive in the conversation with the customer and understand their challenges, advise what technologies are in the market that really suit them. Presenting cutting-edge technologies and advise the customer is also something i really like.
What do i have for this upcoming year? I’ve done some re-cert’s, like Juniper, VMware and Cisco.
I have do do some re-certs this year too, but i want to focus more on the CCDE than ever, so i’m starting officially today and i hope do the Written in 6 months. I will attend the Cisco Live Barcelona 2018, so i hope get good contacts to push this even further. This is the plan mentally but i know this might has to change a bit.
CCNA Cyber Ops is just around the corner :)
Happy New Year.
Once you got the email from the vendor saying something like “Your certification is about to expire”, the only thing which come to my mind is “Dam it! Again…..”
So long story short, the exam is 120 minutes, 65 questions and the same blueprint from last time. The only change i noticed was the Junos Software release, it is 15.1 now
I used my notes here from my previous studies.
There is another exam to achieve the JNCIP-ENT (JN0-646) which has the same blueprint but uses an Enhanced Layer 2 Software (ELS). The CLI it’s slightly on switching configs.
I got 73%, so it’s a pass! Maybe i get energy to face the JNCIE before i receive again the famous email “…about to expire”
I don’t remember the price of the JNCIP exam because i did it 3 years ago, but by the priced published by PearsonVue it increased apparently
At the pinnacle of the Data Center certification track is the 1-day JNCIE-DC practical exam. This exam is designed to validate the networking professionals’ ability to deploy, configure, manage, and troubleshoot Junos-based platforms. Throughout this 8-hour practical exam, candidates will build a data center network consisting of multiple MX Series and QFX Series devices. Successful candidates will perform system configuration on all devices including management capabilities, a Clos IP fabric, EVPN/VXVLAN, DCI, and CoS features.
The JNCIE-DC is valid for three years. Recertification is achieved by passing the current version of the JNCIP-DC exam or by attending a corresponding course.
Exam code: JPR-980
Lab Exam (Hands-on Lab)
Held at selected Juniper Networks testing centers
Exam length: 8 hours
Prerequisite certification: JNCIP-DC
The lab will be available 3 April 2017
Junos Software Release:
- MX80 3D Universal Edge Router: 16.1
- QFX5100 Ethernet Switch: 14.1
- vMX 3D Universal Edge Router: 15.1
- vSRX Services Gateway: 12.1
Topics for the Exam
- On-box Scripts
- Event scripts
- Commit scripts
- Operation scripts
- Junos Space
- Auto discover
- Configuration management
- Initial provisioning of QFX switches using a CentOS DHCP server
Layer 2 Underlay
- VCF configurations
- Master and backup RE
- Inactive state VCF member
- VCP port setup
- Convert interface speed
- 40G to 4x10G
- Interchassis link (ICL) redundancy
- IRB MAC Sync
- Layer 3 gateway function
Layer 3 Underlay
- BGP for an IP Clos fabric
- Clos IP fabric
- Loopback interface for routing updates
- EBGP in an IP fabric
- Avoid blackholing traffic
- Routing policies
- EVPN control plane
- EVPN signaling
- EVPN routes
- VNI target communities
- Prevent suboptimal routing
- Inter-VRF routing
- Automatic route-target
- Load balancing
- Anycast Gateway
- Virtual tunnel end point function
- VXLAN learning process
- MAC address learning
- Passing traffic between VNIs
Data Center Interconnect (DCI)
- EVPN signaled VXLAN
- L3VPN implementation
- EVPN MPLS
- Control plane protection
- Firewall filters
- Role-base access control (RBAC)
- SRX Series device as a gateway
- Security zones
- Security policies
Class of Service (CoS)
- CoS features
- Loss priority
- Rewrite rules
- Shaping and policing
- BA and MF classification
- Drop profiles
- Traffic control profiles
Juniper updated their Certification Program with a new Track, SDN and Automation. A Specialist exam (JN0-410) is only available for now, JNCIA is a pre-requirement, but the Professional level should be expected next year (2017). This exam covers SDN foundations, NFV, Contrail and OpenStack Platforms.
This list provides a general view of the skill set required to successfully complete the specified certification exam. Topics listed are subject to change.
- SDN Theory and Applications
- Contrail Service Chaining
- Contrail Analytics
SDN Theory and Applications
- Identify SDN concepts.
- SDN definitions
- SDN versus NFV
- SDN applications (data center, enterprise, WAN, transport networks)
- Identify OpenStack concepts.
- Components (Nova, Neutron, and so on)
- VM creation
- Network policies
- Demonstrate knowledge of configuring, monitoring, or implementing OpenStack.
- VM creation
- Identify Contrail architectural concepts.
- Controller versus orchestration
- Node types
- Layer 2 versus Layer 3 overlay networks
- Contrail API
- Route distribution, protocols
- Demonstrate knowledge of configuring, monitoring, or implementing Contrail.
- Traffic path verification
- Configuration process, dependencies
- Analytic node configuration
Contrail Service Chaining
- Identify Contrail service chaining concepts.
- In-network service chain
- Transparent service chain
- Source NAT
- Heat templates
- Demonstrate knowledge of configuring, monitoring, or implementing Contrail service chaining.
- Analyzer service virtual machine
- Third-party services
- Traffic path verification
- Identify Contrail analytics concepts.
- Infrastructure workspace
- Networking workspace
- Traffic analysis
- Demonstrate knowledge of configuring, monitoring, or implementing Contrail analytics.
- Underlay and overlay monitoring
- Event monitoring
- Traffic monitoring
- Demonstrate knowledge of troubleshooting Contrail.
- Route availability in the controller
- Virtual router programming
- Contrail CLI commands
- Fabric scripts
- Contrail Introspect
- vRouter commands
- Top of rack service node (TSN)
- Demonstrate knowledge of troubleshooting OpenStack.
- Log monitoring
- Privilege, authentication
- Component interaction