In this expert Cisco routing and switching training, Keith Barker prepares network technicians to advance their skills to the highest possible levels.
Cisco replaced the CCIE R&S with the CCIE Enterprise Infrastructure certification in February 2020. Despite the CCIE R&S retiring, expert-level expertise in routing and switching still looks the same: designing, deploying, operating and optimizing enterprise networks. For that reason, this training still serves as a valuable training resource for expert-level Cisco topics and still covers much of the newly combined CCIE Enterprise Infrastructure exams.
Whether certifying or not, gaining expert-level mastery of routing and switching for enterprise networks is an enormous career accomplishment. It opens doors to roles like network architect or senior engineering jobs. However, to be certified as an expert by Cisco will mean passing a qualifying exam and a hands-on lab exam.
Cisco recommends at least seven years of experience before certifying as an expert in enterprise networking. With that level of experience and this CCIE training, you’ll have no gaps in your knowledge about programmability, automation, multi-domain solutions and APIs — and be ready to take on the advanced networking principles in any expert-level networking exam.