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JNCIA DevOps Exam Voucher

  • 1.  JNCIA DevOps Exam Voucher

    Posted 07-19-2021 14:13
    Hi,
    I'm learning Devops at the moment.
    Is it good to take JNCIA-222 as a starting course?

    Hope I can take this chance to have a exam voucher as well.

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    WING KWAN CHAN
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  • 2.  RE: JNCIA DevOps Exam Voucher

    Posted 07-28-2021 19:49
    Hi Wing,

    Yes, if you are studying DevOps then the Automation and DevOps Open Learning Course is a great place to start. You can use it to study for the JNCI-222 exam. I would also suggest you download a trial copy of the vMX to practice on.

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    Stephen Weaver
    JUES Sr. Manager
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  • 3.  RE: JNCIA DevOps Exam Voucher

    Posted 08-02-2021 11:39
    Hi Wing K 

    At the end of this course you will get a voucher discount for the Exam JCNIA Dev Ops , You should look this course at the learning portal that is the same course JCNIA 222 answering to your question , YES absolutely . In fact we recommend also take this another course workshop if you are a member or partner of Juniper:

    * JNCIA-DEVOPS Certification Preparation (juniper.net)

    Course 222 with discount ended it :

    OPEN LEARNING - AUTOMATION AND DEVOPS, ASSOCIATE (JNCIA-DEVOPS)






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    FERNANDO LOPEZ
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  • 4.  RE: JNCIA DevOps Exam Voucher

    Posted 08-02-2021 11:40
    Though DevOps is the definition which has a very broad meaning I think it's worth to start with Juniper one.
    IMO it's better to have knowledge about networking (if the intention is for DevOps in networking) - how it works, how to maintain it etc.
    By the way recently passed through JNCIA-DevOps and a lot of the things in exam were really unclear (maybe because of lack of programming background)) ).

    And interestingly the most stuff of DevOps is in Cloud certification.