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Introducing Nupur Kanoi - Juniper Ambassador

by Administrator Administrator ‎10-10-2016 01:37 PM - edited ‎11-02-2016 09:55 AM

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We are very pleased to welcome Nupur Kanoi to the Ambassador team! Nupur's advocacy spans across Twitter, and participation in many of our community activities, including Fan-of-the-Month. Nupur recently attended our NXTWORK Customer Summit and was able to connect with many of our other Ambassador team members. Although she was quite busy attending sessions and taking certification exams at NXTWORK, I also had the opportunity to meet her. It's always a pleasure to engage with our passionate users from around the world in person!

 

Learn more about Nupur and her experiences in this interview.

 

What did you want to be growing up; did you see yourself where you are now? 

Growing up, I always had an inclination towards engineering and technology. I so wanted to contribute something big but never knew which path I’d be taking for it. I’ve completed my Bachelor of engineering from Mumbai University. During my 2nd year of engineering I happened to join CCNA course and since then I started loving networking. Currently, the knowledge I possess and have been thriving to acquire will definitely help me achieve my potential and dreams.

 

What was your first experience with Juniper? Do you have certifications? 

The first time I got to work on Juniper products was back in 2014. MX series were the first type of devices I got to work on. I never knew I’d come this long with Juniper. Until now it’s been a splendid journey.

 

My Certifications:

JNCIE-ENT #520

JTNOC

JNCDA

JNCDS-DC

JNCIP-SP

JNCIP-ENT

JNCIS-SP

JNCIS-ENT

JNCIA

CCNA

 

What advice would you give someone just getting started on Juniper products? 

Day One books are the best to start with. They provide a great insight for beginners. Moreover, the J-Net Community never stays back in providing answers for any of the queries. Lastly I’ll suggest, Practice Practice and Practice.

 

What do you like to do when you’re not working, what do you look forward to doing on the weekend?

When not working, I’ll like scribbling thoughts into words and reading articles. On weekends I love spending time with my family and friends.

Comments
by Administrator Administrator
on ‎11-02-2016 11:04 AM

Welcome, Nupur!

by nupur.kanoi
on ‎11-03-2016 10:53 AM
Thanks Sarah. It's my pleasure to be a part of this wonderful team.
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About the Author
  • Anthony is an Enterprise Network Architect working in the Emergency Services sector. He contributes back to the community by blogging here and on various platforms.
  • Chris Jones is certified with Juniper as JNCIE-ENT #272, and previously with Cisco Systems as CCIE #25655 (R&S). He has a decade of industry experience with both Cisco and Juniper products and solutions, designing and building networks for both small and large enterprises as well as major service providers. Chris is the author of the Proteus Networks JNCIE-ENT Preparation Workbook, Day One: Junos for IOS Engineers, as well as a co-author on Day One: Juniper Ambassadors' Cookbook For Enterprise. He was also a technical reviewer for Junos Enterprise Routing 2nd Edition, as well as a number of other Juniper Day One books. Chris can be found on Twitter @IPv6Freely, and his technical blog is located at http://www.goodbyecli.com. His professional website is http://www.iamchris.ca.
  • I am one of a small team of Network Engineers working for Lumison Ltd, a UK ISP/MSP based in Edinburgh, Scotland. I have been with the company for almost 6 years moving from frontline support to the Managed Services team dealing with customer network design and implementation before talking up the role of Network Engineer. As well as the JNCIE-ENT certification.
  • Enterprise Security Architect & Juniper Ambassador. Designing & deploying “keep the bad guys out” technologies. Delivering elephants and not hunting unicorns.