Networking is a fundamental part of IT management as businesses depend on technology to maintain relevance and growth. With IT networking jobs projected to see a 5% increase or higher for at least the next 10 years, professionals can always expect a wide variety of opportunities to pursue with the right certifications under their belt. Check out three new courses from INE's Networking experts Keith Bogart and Brian McGahan. These courses cover necessary skills needed to master the CCNP Data Center and CCNA certifications.
Data Center Network Design - This course is targeted at Data Center Network Designers and CCNP Data Center Candidates alike, covering the newest Designing Cisco Data Center Infrastructure 300-610 (DCID) exam. Topics covered include Layer 2 and Layer 3 Data Center Network Design, vPC Design, OTV Design, VXLAN BGP EVPN Design, VDC Design, VRF Design, In-band and Out-of-band Management Design, and Data Center Disaster Recovery Design, just to name a few.
Data Center Security - Security is an important part of all Data Center designs. In this series we explore Data Center Network Security, Compute Security, and Storage Security with topics such as AAA, First Hop Security (Dynamic ARP Inspection and DHCP Snooping), Control Plane Policing (CoPP), and Port Security, among others.
Beginning Routing with EIGRP - Cisco's Enhanced Interior Gateway Protocol (EIGRP) is categorized as an Interior Gateway Protocol that is used in many networks today. It is also a routing protocol that you must learn, in order to pass related questions on the Cisco CCNA Certification Exam. This course will provide you with an introduction to the protocol and teach you everything you need to know (and more) in order to confidently answer any related question you might see when taking your Cisco CCNA Exam. You'll learn topics such as EIGRP Neighborships, Route Advertisement and configuration, viewing the EIGRP Topology Table, and understanding the concepts of Successors and Feasible Successors and much, much more.