Oct
11

This Routing Protocol Security course was created by Piotr Kaluzny and is 1 hour and 45 minutes long. It consists of multiple videos in which the instructor discusses all relevant theoretical concepts and technologies, (in-depth explanations, whiteboarding) and demonstrates how to implement them on the current CCIE Security v5 lab exam hardware.


Why You Should Watch

Security is no longer just an “important” component of an organization. A constantly increasing number of aggressive cyber criminals launch their attacks not only from the outside, but also inside organizations, making security an inherent component of any modern network/system design.

This course, like all other courses that are part of the “CCIE Security v5 Technologies” series, is meant to teach you Cisco security technologies and solutions using the latest industry best-practices to secure systems and environments against modern security risks, threats, vulnerabilities, and requirements.

 

Who Should Watch

This course is intended for students preparing for their CCNA/CCNP/CCIE security exams. It is also great for experienced Network (Security) Engineers, or Administrators, looking to refresh their knowledge of important network security concepts before moving forward with other certifications.

 

What You’ll Learn

This course will help you understand the different methods used to secure routing protocols in a network infrastructure. The course focuses on EIGRP, OSPF & BGP for IPv4 and IPv6 and includes a discussion on the newest routing security features recently added to the IOS code.

 

About The Instructor

Piotr Kaluzny has been in the IT field since 2002 when he was exposed to networking and programming during his studies. His career in production networks began in 2007, right after graduating with MSc in Computer Science. Piotr quickly progressed his career by working for multiple enterprise and non-enterprise companies in different routing & switching and security roles, with his responsibilities ranging from operations and engineering, to consulting and management.

Since the beginning, Piotr has been heavily focused on the Security track to finally prove his skills in 2009 by passing the CCIE security certification exam (#25565) on the first attempt (he also holds R&S and Security CCNP and CCNA certifications).

Piotr already has an extensive background as a Senior Technical Instructor. For the past several years he has been solely responsible for designing, developing and conducting CCNA, CCNP and CCIE training courses for one of the largest and most respected Cisco training companies in the world.

Sep
04

Log into your Members Account, or check out our online store the view or purchase Rohit Pardasani's latest CCIE Security v5.0 Technologies video; CCIE Security V5 Technologies: ASA Firewall.

About The Course

This course is a deep dive in ASA and features of ASA firewall, and is a primary study resource for the CCIE Security v5 Lab Exam. Students looking for a thorough and well-structured learning tool will benefit from these videos, which help create a solid foundation of the concepts covered in the CCIE Security v5 Lab Exam.

In this course, we will walk you through the basics of ASA and help you dive into more practical and advanced topics. We will start by helping you understand the security levels in ASA and understand the Adaptive Security Algorithm. Then we will break down the ACL’s and objects and object-groups. We will further look at differences between ASA in router mode vs ASA in transparent mode. We will also focus on deep inspection of packets and later move on to creating virtual firewalls and running ASA in active/standby or active/active mode. Lastly, but not the least, we would focus on clustering.

Prerequisites

Basic understanding of firewalls and basic routing knowledge is a must.

Why You Should Watch

This course is a great study tool for anyone pursuing their CCNA, CCNP, or CCIE Security Certification. Regardless of certification achievement, some of the concepts covered in this course are useful to everyone that deals with firewall. Security is not an aspect to take for granted and both, regular users and IT professionals, should have a bare minimum knowledge of common security practices.

Who Should Watch

This course is intended for individuals who are just beginning their pursuit of the CCIE Security v5 certification or even CCNP Security Certification. This ASA Deep Dive could also be useful to those who are looking to become a master in ASA technology, as it is specifically designed to focus on the topics and technologies covered in ASA in the CCIE Security v5 Lab Exam.

About The Instructor

Rohit has been in the networking industry for more than 17 years, with a focus on Cisco networking for the past 15 years. Rohit not only brings his years of teaching experience to the classroom, but also years of real-world enterprise and service provider experience. Rohit has assisted hundreds of engineers in obtaining their CCIE certification, and has been conducting CCIE RS, CCIE SEC, CCIE SP and CCIE Collaboration for Cisco Systems worldwide. Rohit currently holds 5xCCIE’s (Routing Switching, Service Provider, Security, Voice and Collaboration). When not teaching or developing new products, Rohit consults with large ISPs and enterprise customers in India and UK. Rohit is currently pursuing his CCIE Data Center certification.

Aug
31

Cisco just rolled out the Evolving Technologies v1.1 update, which will affect anyone taking their CCIE certification exams on, or after, August 30, 2018. Fortunately, the v1.1 updates are fairly minor. The CCIE/CCDE Evolving Technologies section still includes three overall categories; Cloud, Network Programmability and Internet of things, and still makes up 10% of all CCIE/CCDE written exams. However, changes can be found in the specific topics tested in each of the evolving technologies categories.

Cloud - v1.1

Compare and contrast public, private, hybrid, and multi-cloud design considerations

  • Infrastructure, platform, and software as a service (XaaS)
  • Performance, scalability, and high availability
  • Security implications, compliance, and policy
  • Workload migration

Describe cloud infrastructure and operations

  • Compute virtualization (containers and virtual machines)
  • Connectivity (virtual switches, SD-WAN and SD-Access)
  • Virtualization functions (NFVi, VNF, and L4/L1)
  • Automation and orchestration tools (cloud center, DNA-center, and Kubernetes)

Network Programmability (SDN) - v1.1

Describe architectural and operational Considerations for a programmable network

  • Data models and structures (YANG, JSON and XML)
  • Device programmability (gRPC, NETCONF and RESTCONF)
  • Controller based network design (policy driven configuration and northbound/ southbound APIs)
  • Configuration management tools (agent and agent-less) and version control systems (Git and SVN)

Internet of Things (IOT) - v1.1

Describe architectural framework and deployment considerations for Internet of Things (IoT)

  • IoT technology stack (IoT Network Hierarchy, data acquisition and flow)
  • IoT standards and protocols (characteristics within IT and OT environment)
  • IoT security (network segmentation, device profiling, and secure remote access)
  • IoT edge and fog computing (data aggregation and edge intelligence)

To Learn more about the changes between v1.0 and v1.1 of Cisco's Evolving Technologies, read the full article on Cisco's Website.



Aug
15


Since 2003 we've been helping IT professionals reach their career goals with help from top notch instructors and training materials. One of our most popular training resources - INE Bootcamps, continue to wow students and are a major step in the journey towards earning your certification. Thinking about signing up but aren't sure what to expect? Take it from our current students, participating in an INE Bootcamp is the best way to ensure you'll succeed in passing your certification exams.



CCNA Routing & Switching

I would arguably say that Keith is the best CCNA instructor in the nation. The interaction in this class is key. Listening to a lesson doesn't ensure comprehension, so Keith offered periodic quizzes; not only did this make the course increasingly interactive but also verified your understanding of the technologies discussed.

I very much look forward to going to the CCNP bootcamps. Thank you again Keith and staff for making my learning experience a great one!
Thomas Osborne - CCNA



CCNP ROUTE

The instructor Keith is very knowledgeable, patient, and polite. He covered everything possible with the amount of time we had. I also like the format of having to take routing and switching separately.  
Sirak Zewdie - CCNA



CCNP SWITCH

Keith is a very detailed instructor and kept the class engaged throughout the week.  He goes through material in the workbooks, but he also makes sure you have a real world understanding by either showing us through examples on the hardware or drawing it out.  He makes sure there is an understanding before moving forward.    
Theresa



CCNP Routing & Switching

Keith is a very good mentor. This was my first time attending an in class session and it was a great, informative experience for me. Keith is one gem of an instructor. He was kind, patient and very informative all through the course. The way he explains concepts with his hand gestures and whiteboard diagrams helped me understand them with ease. The lab sessions were the best. I personally loved the way the course was structured and would definitely recommend it for students who are planning to take it. Overall it was more than a lifetime experience for the money I paid.
Satish Devan

Keith was an amazing instructor. Luckily my class had so few people that he knew us by first name. Keith was knowledgeable in every aspect of the CCNP R&S track. You could even throw "scenarios" at him and he would work out the problem in his head. Then he would show you how the logic of the protocols would behave. Keith was able to go very in depth on the routing protocols and that really helped me feel more comfortable with large networks!  
Victor Halili ~ CCNA 2x & CCNP



CCIE Routing & Switching Written

I would like to thank INE and Rohit Pardasani in particular for the great experience I had. This course has provided me with a good idea on how the CCIE exam should be approached in terms of study and preparation. I will highly recommend this training to anybody that is on the same journey as I am. Also, many thanks to the Coordinator in providing all the information needed and answering my questions, this made everything as smooth as I hoped.
Berry Batist

I enjoyed Rohit personally. I would look for him if seeking another workshop. The content/material informed and challenged me. I feel better prepared. 
John Wattenbarger ~ CCNP R&S and Passed CCIE Written October 2017



CCIE Routing & Switching Lab

Dave Smith exceeded my expectations concerning his depth of knowledge of the material covered. I especially appreciated his incorporation of first-hand experience and historical context of the technologies. Relevant anecdotes help to solidify "why" something does what it does, rather than just memorizing. His enthusiasm and passion for networking really do help keep you focused on and listening to everything he says. 
Scott Bridges ~ CCIE #55860, VCP-NV, RCSP-WAN

This will open your eyes to the way you have to be prepared. Knowing the technology is one thing, but knowing different ways to resolve issues with the technologies and why is another! I would strongly recommend that every CCIE candidate take this class!  
Vernado Deal ~ CCNP and CCNAx3 (Voice, R&S, Security)



CCIE Routing & Switching Graded Practice Labs

I thought this class was very beneficial in helping me prepare for my first CCIE lab attempt. It not only tested my knowledge on many aspects within the CCIE blueprint, but also included some of the question semantics and "gotchas" that should be expected on the lab. I do feel like I am better prepared for what I should expect on the actual lab, and I have identified some weak areas that I need to work on before I attempt my lab.
Scott Charles Kitchen - CCNP route & switch and CompTIA Security+



CCIE Collaboration Lab Exam

For my last CCIE, I finally decided to go to a real bootcamp. I've made a smart choice with INE's Collaboration bootcamp taught by 5xCCIE Rohit Pardasani. I highly recommend going to this class when you feel you are about 80-90% ready to take the lab. Rohit will set you on the right path to fill in the remaining gaps!  
Roman Rodichev ~ 8xCCIE #7927, Founder & Chief Solution Architect @ ieMentor



CCIE Security Lab

The class has taught me how to approach the CCIE Lab Exam in a whole different way by showing me better ways to understand technical concepts instead of just memorizing commands, which at the end will be key to continue my certification and career goals. This is by far the best technical training I have received and will certainly be back for more.
Borman Bravo



CCIE Data Center Lab

Brian McGahan is an amazing instructor. He not only explained difficult concepts with ease but also helped in strengthening my basics of networking. He is very friendly to students and addresses even the silliest doubt without any hesitation, which instills confidence to speak your doubts and know that there is someone there for true guidance. I have enjoyed every moment of the class. I would love to attend future bootcamps whose instructor would be Brian McGahan.
Zain Nachiz

The boot camp was outstanding, and Brian was very patient and informative. This one-week boot camp was the equivalent of months of studying on my own.
Matt - CCNP route/switch



CCIE Service Provider Lab

Rohit is an extremely knowledgeable professional. He gave me insight into routing protocols that I never had before.
Doug Gluntz ~ CCNP R&S, BCNP, ACWA



May
18

Whether you've just started your CCIE training journey, or are already several months along, an INE bootcamp can help get you to where you need to be before taking the CCIE Written or lab exam. This blogpost is for anyone who may be interested in attending a CCIE Security bootcamp but is hesitant to dive in. Keep reading to find out what a bootcamp is and what you should expect when attending a CCIE Security Bootcamp with INE.

What is a Bootcamp?
Bootcamps are intensive, live classes that typically last from 5-7 days. Bootcamps allow you to dive further into your study path in a small classroom environment with an in-person, expert INE instructor leading the way. Each bootcamp class will cover a specific list of topics tailored to the Cisco track and certification level you are studying. Our instructors will customize the training to focus on certain topics and technologies that best meet the individual requests of the students in your bootcamp.

What to expect: Instructor's Point of View
In this short video, our CCIE Security instructor, Rohit Pardasani, explains what topics he typically covers in a bootcamp and what the environment is like.

 
 

 
What to Expect: Students Point of View

See what former students are saying about this bootcamp:

Rohit was extremely knowledgeable, perhaps the most knowledgeable Cisco instructor I've had in an ILT. The class was outstanding and I would highly recommend - I'd say it ranks in the top 5 ILT classes I've ever taken. Come to the bootcamp prepared, the more you know the more you'll learn. – Thomas Maier
T raining with Rohit was a really fun experience, he really knows his stuff. He used visual aids to illustrate technical topics and was always ready to assist with questions we had. I could not ask for a better proctor.- Howard Phillip
May
09

Prepare to pass your CCIE Security v5 Lab Exam with confidence. Join 5-time CCIE, Rohit Pardasani, for 20+ hours of intensive, hands-on training that will set you up for success.

 


Why You Should Watch

Not only will you refine your skills and expand your knowledge of the blueprint technologies, you will also learn to change the way you think about problems and how to derive solutions. In addition to helping you pass your exam, this course gives you real-world practical knowledge to carry you past the CCIE lab and into everyday applications that you'll use as a CCIE in the field.


Course Details

This course is taught by Rohit Pardasani and is 22 hours and 35 minutes long. You can view the course on our streaming site, or purchase it at ine.com.

Mar
20

With the CCIE SCv5 blueprint now being live, we’re in the process of updating our Security product line in order to meet the new exam requirements. First of all, the following products will be released:

  1. Advanced Technologies Class
  2. Workbook

 

Advanced Technologies Class

The Advanced Technologies Class will run live online, starting 1st of May.  This course series is now available for preorder here, and the full schedule is shown on the product page.  The live course is also open to any All Access Pass subscriber.  Given the current blueprint, which includes pretty much all Cisco Security products, most probably this will be the biggest video series we have ever released so far across all CCIE tracks; expect more than 150 hours of CCIE level training.  First and most important, we’re going to deep dive into all core technologies:

  • ASA Firewall
  • IOS Firewall
  • FirePOWER
  • FirePOWER Threat Defense
  • FMC
  • WSA
  • ESA
  • AMP
  • IPsec VPN’s (IKEv1 and IKEv2)
  • SSL VPN’s
  • TrustSec
  • ISE
  • ACS

At the same time we’ll cover all the remaining topics (small but many), including technologies which will be tested mainly in the written exam (like CWS, SMA or Lancope). Oh….of course we’ll also cover in detail interesting topics like APIC-EM.

For the Evolving Technologies section, which is tested only in the written exam but it’s common across all CCIE tracks, we’ll be releasing a common and separate video series which will be attached to all ATC’s.  We’ll be announcing a timeline soon for it.

The CCIE Security v5 Advanced Technologies Class is now available to preorder here: link.  Preordering allows you to participate in the live classes as we’re recording them, and also allows you to download them shortly after they’re recorded.

So, see you in class :)

 

Workbook

There will be a single unified workbook, containing:

  • Technology Labs (aimed to learn technologies)
  • Troubleshooting Labs (aimed to simulate the troubleshooting section of the lab exam)
  • Diagnostic Labs (aimed to simulate the diagnostic section of the lab exam)
  • Configuration Labs (aimed to simulate the configuration section of the lab exam)
  • Mock Labs (aimed to simulate the entire lab exam)

A timeline for the workbook will be announced soon, here on our blog.

 

Rack Rentals

By the end of this month, we’ll have the Security racks upgraded to meet the new blueprint requirements. Expect an upcoming blog post with details on the rack build and rentals.

Jun
16

Finally, Cisco has made the official announcement on the upcoming changes for CCIE Security Version 5. Both the written exam and the lab exam will be changes go live starting 31st of January 2017, which gives you the usual 6 months window to pass the Version 4 exam, before the change to Version 5 occurs.  As opposed to the old blueprint, there are major changes in both the technical content and exam delivery format.

As expected, the new exam topics are inline with Cisco’s current Security product line with pretty much nothing missing. Yes, you got that right! Also, as expected, Cisco is trying to push the same exam delivery model for all CCIE tracks.

Blueprint Technical Topic Changes

We now have a Unified Exam Blueprint,  covering topics for both the written and lab exam, similar to the change that was introduced with CCIE Data Center Version 2. The Blueprint for Version 5 is divided into 6 sections, with the last one being relevant only for the written exam:

  • Perimeter Security and Intrusion Prevention
  • Advanced Threat Protection and Content Security
  • Secure Connectivity and Segmentation
  • Identity Management, Information Exchange and Access Control
  • Infrastructure Security, Virtualization and Automation
  • Evolving Technologies*

*Written exam only

Topics removed from both written and lab exams:

  • EzVPN is out now, as expected, Cisco is moving forward to its AnyConnect (IPsec and SSL) Remote Access VPN Client
  • Legacy IPS, or Cisco’s old IPS technology, is out now as well

There are many topics added to the current blueprint. As we no longer have different blueprints for the written and the lab exams, it means that what’s in the blueprint can show up in both exams. Although based on the lab exam equipment changes, some technologies cannot be configured in the lab exam, you might still get questions about these technologies in the new Diagnostic section of the lab exam. This means that you should be prepared for the technologies as per the blueprint, for both exams.

New Version 5 Topics:

  • FirePOWER
  • ASA Clustering
  • NAT for IPv6
  • Cloud Web Security (CWS)
  • Email Security Appliance (ESA)
  • Content Security Management Appliance (SMA)
  • Advanced Malware Protection (AMP)
  • OpenDNS
  • Lancope
  • Virtual Security Gateway
  • TrustSEC with SGT and SXP
  • ACI, EVPN, VXLAN and NVGRE
  • ISE Personas with multimode deployment
  • MDM Integration with ISE
  • EAP-TEAP
  • pxGRID
  • Wireless concepts such as FlexCONNECT and ANCHOR
  • NetFLOW/IPFIX and eStreamer
  • APIC-EM Controller
  • RESTful API in scripting languages such as Python
  • Evolving Technologies (Cloud, SDN and IoT) being only in the written exam

Lab Exam Equipment Changes

As previously rumored, in Version 5 we have more equipment going virtual:

  • FirePOWER Management Center version 6.0.1 and/or 6.1
  • FirePOWER NGIPSv version 6.0.1
  • Cisco FirePOWER Threat Defense version 6.0.1
  • FireAMP Private Cloud
  • Cisco ASAv version 9.1
  • Cisco Application Policy Infrastructure Controller Enterprise Module version 1.2
  • Email Security Appliance (ESA) version 9.7.1
  • IOSv L2 version 15.2 (which is virtual IOS for layer 2)
  • IOSv L3 version 15.5(2)T (which is virtual IOS for layer 3)
  • Cisco CSR 1000v version 3.16.02S
  • Cisco Unified Communications Manager version 8.6(1)

Other virtual devices have been kept from previous blueprint, with a version change:

  • Cisco Identity Services Engine (ISE) version 2.1.0
  • Cisco Secure Access Control System (ACS) version 5.8.0.32
  • Cisco Web Security Appliance (WSA) version 9.2.0
  • Cisco Wireless Controller (WLC) version 8.0.133
  • Test PC is Microsoft Windows 7
  • Active Directory is running on Microsoft Windows Server 2008
  • AnyConnect version 4.2

As for physical devices we have the following devices in Version 5:

  • Cisco Catalyst Switch C3850-12S 16.2.1 version 16.2.1
  • Cisco Adaptive Security Appliance: 5512-X version 9.6.1
  • Cisco 2504 Wireless Controller: 2504 version 8.0.133.0
  • Cisco Aironet1602E version 15.3.3-JC
  • Cisco Unified IP Phone 7965 version 9.2(3)

FirePOWER is the major new addition, where we have both the FirePOWER NGIPS and the FirePOWER Threat Defense (unified code for ASA and FirePOWER Services) being added, alongside with FirePOWER Management Center as the management platform. FireAMP will also be present through the private cloud appliance, used for advanced malware protection through big data analytics, policies, detections, and protections stored locally on premises.

ASA Firewall is now present through the physical model of ASA 5512-X, and the virtual model of ASAv. Addition of APIC-EM, which supports both the physical and virtual ASA models, is clearly interesting, being a strong proof about Cisco’s vision moving forward, which is clearly the adoption of SDN technologies in the Enterprise market.

As expected, ESA has been finally added to the game, as even in version 4 it was supposed to be in the lab exam, but Cisco decided in the end to skip it.

Routers and switches are now virtualized through IOSv for Layer 2/Layer 3 and CSR 1000v, exception being the 3850 switch model which most probably is there for some TrustSEC features not supported by virtualization (MACsec, SGT, SXP).

Finally, I would assume that the only scope for the Cisco Unified Communications Manage being in a Security CCIE lab, is for the IP Phone to register, which means you need zero knowledge about this technology.

Lab Exam Format Changes

The new lab exam format follows up with Cisco’s current vision of exam delivery, aimed to properly test you on different set of skills.  The format is the same that was introduced with CCIE R&S Version 5, but of course with the Security technical topics instead of R&S ones.

The eight-hour lab format is now divided into three modules with order of the modules being fixed as follows:

  • Troubleshooting module
  • Diagnostic module
  • Configuration module

Troubleshooting Module

  • It’s 2 hours in length, you can optionally borrow 30 minutes from the configuration module.
  • By the name, it's a troubleshooting section, where you’ll be given a certain number of tickets/incidents that you need to fix. There is no inter-dependency between tickets and you can fix tickets in whatever order you want. You have access to devices consoles in order to reconfigure the network and fix the problems.
  • This module is aimed to test your troubleshooting technical and methodology skills, and the ability to fix a problem from an unknown network topology within fixed allocated time.

Diagnostic Module

  • It’s 1 hour in length, and you cannot extend it
  • By the name, diagnostic, it’s still a troubleshooting section, but in a different format; you’ll be given a certain number of tickets/incidents that you need to fix, there is no inter-dependency between tickets and you can fix tickets in whatever order you want; challenge is that you have NO access to devices console, instead, for each ticket, you’re being given many inputs (e-mail threads, diagrams, logs, traffic captures), out of which you have to diagnose the problem and select the correct answer(s)
  • This module is aimed to test your ability to analyze and correlate multiple inputs related to a network problem within fixed allocated time, and without being given access to the devices you need to identity the root cause

Configuration Module

  • It’s 5 hours in length, but it can be 4.5 hours if you extended the troubleshooting module
  • By the name, it's a configuration section, where you’ll be given a certain number of configuration tasks, with access to devices console to implement the given requirements; this is nothing else but what was in version 4 the actual exam itself, as it had only one module; there will be dependencies between tasks, some of them will be explicitly stated, some of them you’ll have to figure it, are implicit
  • This module is aimed to test your understanding of a solution design and architecture, of the traffic flows and dependencies within a network when multiple technologies are combined, ability to understand network requirements and translate it into working configuration within fixed allocated time

Passing the Lab Exam

In order to pass the lab exam, two conditions need to be satisfied:

  • Pass each module, score enough points in each module to meet the minimum cut score for the module
  • Total number of gained points must equal the minimum overall cut-score criteria

As each individual module tests you on different set of skills, though for the same technologies, the first criteria make sense, having to pass each module. This is to ensure that you have proved being an expert not only from the technology point of view, but also through the fact that you can make use that knowledge to fix various types of problems, being challenged in different ways. The minimum cut-score for each module is unknown, most probably because it could vary between different lab exam versions; for example you might get a more complex Diagnostic section with a lower minimum cut-score, or a less complex Diagnostic section with a higher minimum cut-score.

The second criteria also make sense, the minimum overall cut-score. This is probably to ensure that you don’t pass the exam if you passed each individual module with close to exactly the minimum module cut-score. Basically you can have a PASS for each module, but a FAIL for the exam. What this means, is that in order to have a PASS for the exam, you need to score more than the minimum cut-score for all modules, or only for some modules.

Although it might seem that you’re walking in blind, you go to the lab exam without knowing how many points are required to pass and in which of the three modules, this new lab exam format also has some benefits:

  • It gives flexibility, as you can score less points in one module because of being less prepared or less knowledgeable, and more points in other modules
  • It gives you a better focus, as you’re no longer chasing points in the exam, you’re now chasing to do your best in each module and prove your skills; this also implies a strategy change for the lab approach
  • By passing the current lab exam format, you’ve become an expert in the field, with certified skills required to implement Cisco’s technologies into today’s and tomorrow’s networks

In conclusion, it's now clear that if you want to become CCIE Security Version 5 certified, you will need more FirePOWER.

Nov
24

A long time student of INE, Neil Moore has done it again, last time becoming the worlds first 7x CCIE, and this time becoming the worlds first and only 8x CCIE. And no, he doesn't work for Cisco.

As a side note, INE has been experiencing phenomenal growth, and tremendous passing rates for people that have been sitting our R&S, Data Center and Collaboration bootcamps. In fact, of just the bootcamps we've held this year, nearly all of our students have reported back to us a pass in the 3-4 weeks following their bootcamp experience. Now mind you, these folks come to us studied up and prepared for the bootcamp, but they all credit us as being the deciding factor in their pass.

We're also adding new content all the time, including Python scripting, Openstack and SDN such as OVS. Check out our Black Friday deals and grab an All Access Pass or sign up for a bootcamp and check out what's new!

Jul
16

INE is reducing the cost of our live, instructor-led bootcamps by $1,000 each. Our new pricing model will still include access to our workbooks and ATC video courses with the purchase , but will separate out the Lab Exam Voucher and access to our All Access Pass as optional add-ons to provide you with a more flexible options for both your learning style and your budget. If you would like the existing complete, bundled solution, you have until Aug 1 to make a bootcamp purchase.

See this advert for more details.

Look forward to seeing you in a bootcamp soon!

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