Cisco is introducing a new Digital Network Architecture (DNA) training portfolio to assist IT talent in developing much stronger strategic skills.
The network is changing from a hardware-centric model to a virtualized software-centric one that supports digital innovation. For IT professionals, the ability to deploy and support a digital-ready network requires adopting rapidly evolving technologies in software-defined networking (SDN), mobility, enhanced security, flexible access, and virtualization, while taking full advantage of cloud services. One technology will affect the others.
This evolution has led to a demand for new skills. It will require IT talent that understands the relationship between technology and business and that requires a new skills framework. Certified IT experts must evolve.
To prepare for this transition, Cisco is introducing a new Digital Network Architecture (DNA) training portfolio to assist IT talent in developing much stronger strategic skills.
The DNAIE training course highlights the need for digitization in networks and the guiding principles of DNA architecture. It focuses on implementation of the following DNA solution components:
The course also provides hands-on-labs to demonstrate DNA automation using Cisco APIC-EM and virtualization using Cisco NFV.