What you'll learn from this Juniper high availability course is simple enough to describe, even if accomplishing it can seem like magic to the uninitiated: you'll learn how to configure Juniper devices so that they maintain a level of network dependability that effectively means the network operates continuously without failure.
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Juniper High Availability FAQs: Cost, Training, Value
Network engineers and network architects should take this high availability course, as should network administrators who want to advance their career so that they're planning and designing networks, not just configuring and maintaining them. However, if you don't work with Juniper, it might not be the right course for you.
Planning and configuring network devices to provide high availability is tested on many Juniper certifications, but this course wasn't designed with any one exam in mind. Instead, it's designed off several previous Juniper certification exams to make sure it covers all the high availability knowledge expected of many different positions.
The right Juniper certification for you depends a lot on your current job as well as where you want to steer your career, but what you'll learn in this Juniper high availability training will help as you work toward certifications like the design-focused JNCDS-DC, enterprise JNCIS-ENT and service provider JNCIS-SP.
You should take this Juniper high availability training because managing high availability successfully is a mark of a networking professional. While some people who work on networks pick up HA best practices throughout their career, a true professional invests in knowing how to ensure network uptime and reliability.