Skills Update: February 19, 2021

We released 48 skills in the last week for these certifications and technologies.
Designing Cisco Enterprise Networks (300 – 420 ENSLD).
Cisco Network Services
Data Analytics Concepts and Core Data Workloads
Juniper JNCIA-Junos (JN0-103)
Configuring Junos Devices
AWS Cloud Automation
Advanced Network Automation with Cisco & Python
Cisco DevNet Associate (200-901 DEVASC)

Designing Cisco Enterprise Networks (300 -420 ENSLD).
Design high availability in campus networks
Jeff Kish will guide you through campus network design. He will discuss the fundamental concepts of designing resilient networks, including FHRPs and BFDs.
This Cisco training is available.
Explain the Hierarchical Net Model
Jeff Kish will be presenting the Hierarchical Network Model, which is a design method that creates robust and modular networks.
This Cisco training is available.
Multicampus L3 Infrastructures
Jeff Kish will be sharing his insights on L3 multicampus design, including routing convergence, L3 tuning and route redistribution.
This Cisco training is available.
Design Campus L2 Infrastructures
Jeff Kish explores Campus Infrastructure design, including L2 and L3 access layers deployments, STP tuning and edge services such as Power over Ethernet.
This Cisco training is available.
IS-IS Foundations and Design
Knox Hutchinson will be introducing the foundational concepts for the OTHER link state routing protocol, IS-IS.
This Cisco training is available.
Describe SD-Access Architecture
Jeff Kish will be presenting on campus network design. He will also discuss the foundational concepts for designing resilience networks, such as FHRPs and BFD.
This Cisco training is available.
Design an SD-Access Fabric
Jeff Kish will be sharing his design methods for creating Cisco SD-Access fabrics, including network segmentation and underlays/overlays.
This Cisco training is available.
Compare WAN Connectivity Options
Jeff Kish will be presenting a range of WAN options for connecting remote sites. This includes VPNs, Metro Ethernet and Dark and Lit Fiber.
This Cisco training is available.
Design Networks with BGP
Knox Hutchinson will be covering BGP design considerations in large enterprise networks.
This Cisco training is available.
Create Site-to-Site VPNs
Jeff Kish will be sharing his knowledge about VPN technologies that can help build WAN architectures such as DMVPN and L2/L3 VPNs. He will also discuss IPsec, GRE and GET-VPN.
This Cisco training is available.
Design Enterprise WAN High Availability
Jeff Kish will be sharing his insights on how to improve the resilience of Wide-Area Networks. This includes multihoming and failover designs.
This Cisco training is available.
IPv6 Migration Strategies
Knox Hutchinson will be discussing strategies to migrate your network to IPv6 support.
This Cisco training is available.
Cisco SD-WAN Architecture
Jeff Kish will lead a tour through the Cisco SDWAN architecture, including the primary components vManage and vSmart, vBonds, vEdge and cEdge.
This Cisco training is available.
Design Cisco SD-WAN
Jeff Kish will lead a tour through the Cisco SDWAN architecture, including the primary components vManage and vSmart, vBonds, vEdge and cEdge.
This Cisco training is available.
Learn about Model-Driven Programmability
John McGovern will be sharing his knowledge about Model Driven Programmability (YANG) with you.
This Cisco training is available.
Design End-to–End QoS Policy
Jeff Kish will be sharing his knowledge about designing networks with an end to end QoS policy. This includes traffic shaping, traffic shaping, policing, queueing, and other QoS design principles.
This Cisco training is available.
Select QoS Strategies
Jeff Kish will be sharing his thoughts on how to design networks with an end-to–end QoS policy. This includes traffic shaping, traffic shaping, policing, queueing techniques, and general QoS design principles.
This Cisco training is available.
Understanding YANG-Based Network Automation
John McGovern will explain how YANG can be used to automate modern network networks.