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Advance Networking

An Advanced Network Engineer typically holds a more specialized and senior position within an organization’s IT department. Their role involves advanced technical responsibilities and strategic decision-making to ensure the optimal performance, scalability, and security of the network infrastructure. We are strongly recommending this program for the mid-level engineers, Network Leads, and Managers in the Networking and IT industry. Here are some key Roles and Responsibilities associated with an Advanced Network Engineer:

Network Architecture Design: Advanced Network Engineers design and architect complex network infrastructures to meet the organization’s current and future business requirements. This includes designing high-availability, redundant, and scalable network architectures that leverage advanced technologies such as SD-WAN, SDN, cloud networking, and virtualization.

Advanced Routing and Switching: They are proficient in configuring and managing advanced routing protocols such as BGP, OSPF, and EIGRP, as well as advanced switching technologies including VLANs, VTP, STP, and Ether Channel. They optimize network performance and reliability by implementing advanced routing policies, traffic engineering, and QoS mechanisms.

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Network Automation and Orchestration: Advanced Network Engineers automate network configuration, provisioning, and management tasks using scripting languages (e.g., Python, Ansible) and network automation tools. They leverage APIs and orchestration platforms to streamline network operations, reduce manual errors, and improve agility.

Network Performance Optimization: They analyze network performance metrics, traffic patterns, and utilization data to identify bottlenecks, optimize resource allocation, and improve overall network performance. This involves implementing caching, load balancing, traffic shaping, and optimization techniques to enhance end-user experience and application performance.

Security Integration and Compliance: Advanced Network Engineers collaborate with security teams to integrate security controls and protocols into the network infrastructure. They implement advanced security features such as next-generation firewalls, intrusion detection/prevention systems (IDS/IPS), VPNs, and network segmentation to protect against cyber threats and ensure compliance with regulatory requirements.

Troubleshooting and Incident Response: They are adept at troubleshooting complex network issues and conducting root cause analysis to resolve service disruptions and performance degradation promptly. They develop and implement incident response plans, including documentation, escalation procedures, and post-incident analysis to minimize downtime and improve network resilience.

Capacity Planning and Scalability: Advanced Network Engineers forecast future network capacity requirements and plan for scalability by evaluating technology trends, business growth projections, and application demands. They design and implement scalable architectures that accommodate growth while maintaining performance, reliability, and security.

Vendor Management and Technology Evaluation: They manage relationships with network equipment vendors, evaluate new technologies, and conduct proof-of-concept testing to assess the suitability of emerging technologies for the organization’s network environment. They make recommendations for technology adoption based on performance, cost-effectiveness, and alignment with business objectives.

Courses covered in Advance Networking Program :

CCR : Cisco Core Routing is designed for network engineers and IT professionals who want to gain advanced knowledge and hands-on experience working with OSPF, BGP, and MPLS technologies.

SD-WAN : SD-WAN (ENSDWI) helps you in designing, deployment, configuring, and manage the Cisco Software-Defined WAN (SD-WAN) solution in a large-scale network. You will gain experience on implementing control, data, and application-aware policies. This training also covers Cisco SD-WAN deployment, placement of controllers, how to deploy WAN Edge devices, quality of service (QoS), how to configure Direct Internet Access (DIA) breakout. You will also learn various Application Quality of Experience (App QoE) traffic optimization capabilities.

Palo Alto Firewall : Palo Alto course is designed to equip cybersecurity professionals with the knowledge and skills needed to effectively deploy, manage, and troubleshoot Palo Alto Networks security solutions. With the rise of cyber threats and attacks, organizations are placing a strong emphasis on network security. Palo Alto Networks, as a leading provider of next-generation firewall solutions, is likely to see contributing to job opportunities in this area.

Virtualization : It is gaining popularity quickly as the most common initial point for future virtualization administrators. VMware training deals with digital solutions for all the IT-related issues in the tech world that further helps in managing, installing, connecting, and running private and public cloud infrastructures.

AWS : The AWS Certified Solutions Architect Associate Certification course is a beginner-level course which provides cloud computing services and deals with the study of designing, deploying, and evaluating applications on AWS within diverse and complex requirements.

PYTHON FOR NETWORK ENGINEERS : This course designed for Network Engineers to learn Python and other forms of Automation skills using Python Programming Language to manage Networks and Devices. Python for Network Engineers training deals with the study of how to Automate tasks on Routers and Switches using Python. With a proper knowledge of Networking coupled with Python training, one can automate networking tasks.