Archive for June, 2018

Jun
19

Interested in getting Google Cloud Certified? INE now offers a Bootcamp to help get you there. We still have a few spots left in our August and September Google Cloud Bootcamps! Visit our Bootcamps Site to learn more.




Jun
14





Instructor: Justin Spears

Course Duration: 1hr 45min



About the Course

The modern accessibility of public, private and hybrid cloud environments has led rise to a bastion of cloud-centric practices. One of the most notable is the idea of QA and Testing in the cloud. This course will describe the concepts, methodologies and implementations of testing in a cloud environment. We will go through the full software QA lifecycle and describe where and how each component of that lifecycle can be offloaded into the cloud and further describe methods and mechanisms on how to do so effectively.

You can view this course on our streaming site or purchase it at ine.com

Jun
12

 

This Course is By Joseph Holbrook and is 4 hours and 34 minutes long. You can view the full course on our streaming Site, or buy the course at ine.com.

A blockchain is a tamper-evident, shared digital ledger that records transactions in a public or private peer-to-peer network. Distributed to all member nodes in the network, the ledger permanently records, in a sequential chain of cryptographic hash-linked blocks, the history of asset exchanges that take place between the peers in the network. This course has been designed for technical architects, pre sales architects, developers and project managers who must make technical decisions about distributed architectures and development platforms.

Jun
08
Course Title: The Full Stack Engineer’s Guide to Network Programmability with Python
Course Duration: 30 hrs 33 min

 

The Full Stack Engineer’s Guide to Network Programmability with Python will provide learners with an inductive and comprehensive introduction to the Python programming language to include the various data types, control flow structures, functions, methods, classes, objects, reading and writing files, data storage using MySQL, and regular expressions. We will also cover on- and off-box Python automation and explore the guest shell in IOS-XE!

Jun
06



There’s no easy path to success in the IT sector, but there are certainly ways to increase your chances of having a rewarding career. One of the ways is knowing which fields in IT have the most potential for future growth. There are a lot of great choices out there, but as technology changes, so does the demand for certain positions. That’s why it’s crucial to plan for your training in advance, and lock in on an area where forecasters expect rapid growth over the next few years. Choose from the following list of the fastest growing IT jobs to land a rewarding position that’s certain to last.


1. Data Scientist


Not surprisingly, data science is one of the fastest growing and most lucrative jobs in the IT sector. Data scientists wrestle with big data on a daily basis. They use their advanced skills in programming, mathematics, and statistics to organize enormous amounts of jumbled data into a more usable form.
The work of the data scientist doesn’t stop there. Once they make this data more manageable, they use their analytical skills to solve a variety of business and financial problems. These skills include industry specific knowledge, contextual awareness, and a willingness to question assumptions. Depending on location and company, data scientists can quickly begin earning between $100,000-$150,000 a year.
Here are a few certifications that make data science candidates more attractive:

● AWS Big Data Specialty Certification
● Certified Analytics Professional (CAP)
● EMC Data Science Associate (EMCDSA)

2. Information Security Analyst


With cyber criminals getting smarter every day, tight security is now more important than ever. This applies to companies from every industry sector. The need for constantly tighter security also ensures that highly skilled information security analysts will always be in demand.
The average base salary for information security analysts is just over $76,000 a year. They additionally earn an average of about $5,300 in bonuses and other incentive programs, with some receiving up to about $14,000 a year. Do the math and you’ll see why the certifications you’ll need are more than justified.
There is a wide range of certifications that will make you a much more attractive candidate:

● Certified Ethical Hacker (CEH)
● Cisco CCIE Security Certification
● Certified Information Security Manager (CISM)
● Comptia Security+

While these aren’t the only IT security certifications available, they’ll certainly get you off to a good start.

3. IT Consultant


Due to the nature of their work, IT Consultants will always be in high demand. While it may vary from company to company, an IT consultant’s chief responsibility is advising clients on the most efficient use of their information technology. They also help improve the existing structure of a company’s IT, with an emphasis on dynamic, industry specific problem solving.
The average base salary for an IT Consultant who’s just starting out is approximately $70,000 a year. However, the salaries in closely related jobs such as Senior IT Consultants or IT Project Managers can range from $80,000-$107,000 a year.
The following IT Consultant certifications will help you land the best possible job:

● Project Management Professional (PMP)
● Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA)
● International Information Systems Certification Consortium (CISSP)
● Information Systems Audit and Control Associate (ISACA)

4. Network Architect


The field of Network Architecture also promises to continue growing at a rapid rate. Just as the name implies, a Network Architect designs and implements computer networks for companies from a wide variety of industry sectors. These include networks like the familiar local area network (LAN), intranets, and wide area networks (WAN). Depending on the company, these networks can connect anything from a few offices to an internationally distributed communication system.
In addition to having a rosy growth forecast, Network Architects also earn an excellent salary. The exact figures depend on location, company, and level of experience, but they typically range between $60,000-$140,00 a year. The median Network Architect salary is approximately $91,000 a year.
Like most attractive IT jobs, there are a number of Network Architecture certifications available. Choose from among these to nab the best job and maximize your chances for advancement:

● Cisco CCIE Collaboration Certification
● Cisco CCIE Data Center Certification
● Cisco CCIE Routing and Switching Certification

5. Cloud Engineer


Cloud engineers are IT personnel who are responsible for tasks related to the field of cloud computing. The tasks involved in cloud computing can include initial design, cloud management, support, and maintenance.
Cloud engineers earn an average salary of about $95,000 a year. Many companies are looking for candidates with the following certifications:

• AWS Certified SysOps Administrator-Associate
• Cisco CCNA Cloud
• CompTIA Cloud+ Certification

Interested in pursuing one of the careers or certifications mentioned above? INE has all of the training materials necessary to help you pass your certification exams and land the job of your dreams. Check out all of our training solutions at ine.com.

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Jun
01

Cybersecurity has become an integral part of any IT system. This course is focused on the 5 key elements of penetration testing: Information Gathering, Scanning, Enumeration, Exploitation, and Reporting. These key areas build upon each other and provide you with the technical know-how to gear you up for a career in penetration testing.


 


Who Should Watch:

This course is for students who want to become a penetration tester. It is recommended to have at least 3 years experiences with networking and basic security knowledge. Other cybersecurity certifications are always a help.


What You’ll Learn:

In this course you will learn the required skills to pass the CPTE demonstration practical knowledge of penetration testing and cybersecurity. At the end of this course you will have the understanding of the basic course requirements to pass the exam and conduct penetration tests.


About The Instructor:

Joe Brinkley has over 10 years of professional IT and Information Security experience under his belt. Joe has always been a tinkerer, geek and all around “computer guy.” He has numerous certifications including the CPTE.

All Access Pass members can view this course on our streaming site. You can also purchase this course at ine.com.

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