Lewis tells us… He’s been in IT for 5 years, and a network engineer for half of that time. He’s a CCNP interested in SDN. He’s thinking about VCP6-NV, but isn’t sure he has a use-case. He’s considering CCIE R&S, but also looking into Microsoft & Linux certs. Q: “There is such a large amount […]
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Learning@Cisco recently announced some changes to the CCNA routing & switching track to now include a taste of software defined networking, among other emerging technologies. With some consternation, CCNA candidates are scratching their heads, wondering what, exactly, this new tech means to them. After all, SDN “still does nothing,” at least to hear some folks tell the tale. 😉 And yet, here we have Cisco starting to test on this stuff, right down at the associate level of their certification ladder.