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JNCIE-Cloud Exam Releasing March 30, 2020

4 weeks ago

We're pleased to announce that March 30, 2020 is the official release date of the JNCIE-Cloud exam. 

 

At the pinnacle of the Cloud certification track is the 6-hour JNCIE-Cloud practical exam. This exam is designed to validate the cloud networking professionals’ ability to deploy, configure, manage, and troubleshoot Juniper Networks cloud networking technologies. Throughout this practical exam, candidates will build a cloud network consisting of multiple interconnected sites and services using cloud technologies. Successful candidates will perform system configuration on all devices including orchestration, fabric automation, multicloud deployment, contrail networking, analytics, and contrail security.

 

For more info and to register, go to https://juni.pr/2ttRFxs.

 

JNCP Team

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Re: JNCIE-Cloud Exam Releasing March 30, 2020

4 weeks ago

Hi, 

 

Looking at the resources, how do students get access to paid licensed software for study. For instance, Appformix.

Or is there a lab that students can have access to practice, paid or free?

 

Thanks for clarifying.

 

Cheers,

Ashvin

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Re: JNCIE-Cloud Exam Releasing March 30, 2020

a week ago

Hi Ashvin,

 

I ran your question by our content development team. The response I received back is below.

 

The JNCIE-Cloud Self-Study Bundle will be our recommended resource for preparing for this exam. That bundle is currently in development and will be released shortly after the exam--the official release date of the bundle is still TBD. It will provide access to the various software through the built-in labs.

 

We also have training courses, such as Network Automation using the Contrail Controller (NACC)Network Automation in the Enterprise Cloud (NAEC), and AppFormix Cloud Services (AFCS), that focus on the platforms and solutions covered on the exam.

 

Lastly, there is also the ability to evaluate contrail networking and AppFormix on our website. Additionally, the Juniper Cloud Labs (JCL) can be used for free to explore Juniper software and solutions.

 

Regards,
Adam