This week: Cisco SD-WAN
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This week: Cisco SD-WAN

About a year ago, Cisco made some big changes to its certification program, which included replacing the popular CCNP R&S with the CCNP Enterprise. Notable in the changes was the inclusion of speciality exams. If you're a WAN engineer, then you'll be looking at Exam 300-415 (ENSDWI) on the way to your CCNP.

This week, we took a deep look into software-defined networking and also an exam-by-exam comparison of the CCNP Enterprise speciality exams.

WAN vs SD-WAN: What are the Pros and Cons of Each?

What exactly are the differences between WAN and SD-WAN? To best understand, it's helpful to evaluate the pros and cons of each of these networking technologies.

SD-WAN: What It Is and How It Works

SD-WAN technology can be a game-changer for organizations when it comes to managing cloud architecture and controller deployment. Discover what it is — and how it works.

Which CCNP Enterprise Specialty Exam Should I Take?

To earn CCNP Enterprise certification, you have to pass one core exam. Then you can choose from six speciality exams. Which one should you take? We break down the CCNP Enterprise specialty exams.

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