If you’ve been following my feed a bit, you know I’ve been going pretty strong for the last four months into SANS503. More than half the blog posts I’ve had published on this site were dedicated to a tool introduced or covered in this course. Well, I cleared the exam and it’s probably in noContinue reading “GIAC Certified Intrusion Analyst (GCIA) // SANS503 Review”
In this edition of the CCNA Series, we are going to cover network switches. In the CCNA exam topics, we are looking specifically at Network Fundamentals > Explain the role and function of network components > L2 and L3 switches. Before we get into the difference between Layer 2 and Layer 3 switches, let’s describeContinue reading “CCNA Series – L2 and L3 Switches”
Here at AONE, we believe in continuous learning and development. We also want to do what we can help those trying to break into the network engineering field. While by no means the only factor, certifications can help you gain applicable knowledge for a specific career path. They can also be used to prove toContinue reading “CCNA Series – Overview”
So I’ve made it through just about all of the SANS SEC503 material. That’s no small accomplishment in it of itself and I already feel like I’ve leveled up a bit. I now know some of the secrets about the TCP handshake, checksums and window size 🙂 If you’ve followed me through my first threeContinue reading “Starting the GIAC Certification Process”
Chris recently spoke to others on their network engineer journey and found many people get started with the CompTIA N+. Chris dug in to find out way so many people get started with this popular certification.
In this article Tim asks ‘What do certifications mean to you?” Join in the conversation in the comments!
So, you’re either thinking about or being “encouraged” to get certified in one of the many exciting and new Cisco certification offerings?
Either way, that’s fantastic news!
Ok, first things first; Cisco, (like many other certification granting entities), have long since developed proven formats for designing certification exams as well as the supporting documentation that accompany them to aid candidates in their quest in getting certified. For every certification exam, there is a certification “blueprint”, a syllabus of sorts.
AONE co-host, A.J., recently completed all the requirements for his CCNP Enterprise – read all about his journey to the CCNP here!
Enter the world of Automation and Programmability, with AONE Blog contributing author Esteban, as network engineers it’s often scary to learn that things are changing at a fast pace if you don’t know where to start Cisco new certification DevNet Associate is the right fit for this purpose, this is a short but powerful read on what to expect, how to prepare and what resources do you need to be successful.