Achieving CCIE Collaboration certification proves your skills with complex collaboration solutions. To earn CCIE Collaboration certification, you pass two exams: a qualifying exam that covers core collaboration technologies, and a hands-on lab exam that covers enterprise collaboration solutions through the entire network lifecycle, from designing and deploying to operating and optimizing.
The new CCIE Collaboration certification program prepares you for today’s expert-level job roles in collaboration technologies. CCIE Collaboration now includes automation and programmability to help you scale your collaboration infrastructure.
One of the industry’s most respected certifications, CCIE distinguishes you as a technical leader.
There are no formal prerequisites for CCIE Collaboration, but you should have a thorough understanding of the exam topics before taking the exam.
CCIE candidates are recommended to have five to seven years of experience with designing, deploying, operating and optimizing collaboration technologies and solutions prior to taking the exam.
To earn CCIE Collaboration, you pass two exams: a qualifying exam and hands-on lab exam:
The qualifying exam, Implementing and Operating Cisco Collaboration Core Technologies, focuses on your knowledge of collaboration infrastructure.
The qualifying exam earns a specialist certification, so you can get recognized for your accomplishments along the way.
Recommended training: Implementing and Operating Cisco Collaboration Core Technologies (CLCOR)
This 8-hour hands-on lab exam covers the end-to-end lifecycle of complex collaboration infrastructure, from designing and deploying to operating and optimizing.
On February 24, 2020, the new CCIE Collaboration v3.0 certification will replace the current CCIE Collaboration v2.0.
If you have started working toward the current CCIE Collaboration certification, keep going. In the new program, you’ll receive credit for work you’ve completed in the current certification.
CCIE Collaboration certification is valid for three years.
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