Juniper Cloud Fundamentals (JFC) Training
The new Juniper Cloud Fundamentals (JCF) course will be launched on 1st April 2018. This three-day course provides students with an understanding of cloud-enabled networks, cloud service deployment concepts, and virtualised network platforms such as vSRX and vMX.
The Juniper Cloud Fundamentals course includes a high-level overview and understanding of cloud network underlays, cloud network overlays, cloud design, cloud implementation methods, cloud services, Juniper Networks virtualised platforms.
To obtain the most benefit from the Juniper Networks Cloud Fundamentals (JCF) course, attendance of Introduction to the Junos Operating System (IJOS) course is strongly recommended prior to commencing this course.
See below the “important notes” for the new Juniper Cloud curriculum. And remember, you can contact one of our training consultants to discuss the range of options and the most current information.
* The JN0-411 Cloud, Specialist (JNCIS-Cloud) certification was formerly known as Juniper Networks Certified Specialist – SDN and Automation (JNCIS-SDNA).
*** Yet to be released as of February 2018, the Network Automation in the Enterprise Cloud (NAEC) course was formerly known as Network Automation in the Data Center (NA-DC). Course and exam information (length, availability, content, etc.) is subject to change.
The full Juniper Networks Cloud Fundamentals (JCF) course outline can be found below.
IJOS Course Refresh Coming Monday, October 23rd, 2017
IJOS (Intro to Junos training) version 15.b will be released on Monday, October 23rd 2017. Click onto the following link to view the new, updated course outline pertinent to our: Introduction to the Junos Operating System training program.
In summary, here is a brief overview of the changes:
- This new Juniper course version will now be 15.1X49-D100.6.
- D100 introduced a new version of the J-Web Interface and so a secondary lab guide has been added that uses the J-Web Interface rather than the CLI to perform the labs. Students will now have a choice, they can perform the labs using the CLI or the J-Web Interface.
- IPv6 address schemes have been redefined for all labs that use Junos IPv6. The new IP addresses should be shorter and easier to configure for students.
- In an effort to strengthen Juniper’s Security presentation in the classroom, a new chapter has been added at the end of the course that focuses on Juniper Security concepts. This is a conceptual chapter only, no additional labs are performed.
- A few additional chapters have been added in addition to the new security chapter mentioned above, including a chapter that discusses working with our support centre (JTAC), and an appendix chapter that covers IPv6 concepts.
JTNOC Course Update Coming Monday, November 27th, 2017 – Additional Content and Juniper Virtual Labs
Although we’re nearing the end of 2017, there are still exciting things to come from Juniper Networks in Australia and NZ.
On November 27th, 2017 Juniper Network’s JTNOC (Junos Troubleshooting course) version 17.a will be launched. More details will be released closer to the launch date, so be sure to bookmark our Juniper News Blog.
What we can confirm, and would like to mention, is the course duration will change from 3 days to 4 days. The additional day will include instruction on topics such as Junos virtual device troubleshooting, DDoS protection, and ASAP coverage (Automated Support and Prevention).
- In addition to a longer duration, version 17.a specifies the use of the Juniper vMX virtual router for labs.
Free Online Juniper Networks Course (Fundamentals)
Are you looking for a way to brush off the cobwebs on some technologies you’ve studied or worked with in the past?
Or simply have some gaps in your knowledge that would benefit from a top up?
If you answered yes to any of the above, the Juniper Networking Fundamentals is a free online course that will certainly be a good start to bring you up to speed.
It is not mandated that attendance is compulsory however not every engineer could claim they have knowledge of all the topics included in this 4 hour online course.
You might be a little rusty or haven’t had much exposure, experience or touched a specific technology for a while. This is a great opportunity to complete this online course before attending any Juniper’s IJOS (Introduction to the Junos Operating System).
As a minimum, you can briskly walk through the topics you may not work with every day.
We can also deliver this type of training as a half day or full day workshop to your staff which would be more interactive and allows discussions / demonstrations on key topics. We are flexible with the outline of topics that can be offered.
- The 5-hour course covers the following technologies and concepts;
- What is a network; data flows from one computer to another, Network addressing
- Ethernet LANs; hubs and bridges, switches and Virtual LANs (VLANs), Wireless LANs
- Routing basics; Layer 2 and 3 addressing, broadcast domains using routers, Address resolution, traffic routing
- IP addressing; Internet Protocol (IP), IP addressing, Network masks, Working with binary numbers, Subnetting, Routing using longest match routing, IPv6 Addressing;
- WAN technologies; Point-to-Point Protocol (PPP), Frame Relay and Asynchronous Transfer Mode(ATM), Multiprotocol Label Switching (MPLS), Carrier Ethernet
- Transport Layer protocols; User Datagram Protocol (UDP), Transmission Control Protocol (TCP)
You might also like to view the Juniper course schedule that would follow on from this Networking Fundamentals by Juniper Networks.
New Juniper Online Training Manuals
Juniper Education Services Announce OnSecure 3.0 – Go live date July 2017.
Juniper’s new digital courseware platform Kortext provides students with access to all their material in one convenient PC or Tablet location simultaneously across multiple platforms (PC, Apple OS device, Android).
Unlike the previous method of delivery using Watchdox, student manuals will no longer expire in 12 months and now the ability to have all course materials in a virtual bookshelf is a delight to manage.
There’s user enjoyment to be had in a long list of new features, including:
- A more modern look-and-feel bookshelf with in contrast to a classic file-based workspace. A sortable library of book covers is replacing a sequenced list of file folders.
- The authorisation and access features are now provided within a single app download.
- No separate plug-in to manage authorisation.
- Annotation, book marking, note-taking, are all provided in a more intuitive interface. Syncing between all devices is automatic
- Users will now also be able to establish groups for specific courses and collaborate with others on (only those) commonly accessible courses (only sharing notes).
- E-Pub files are now supported instead of pdf files, for an improved “book” experience.
- Printing is still allowed in the on-line viewer, within a predetermined page count limit.
To view a tutorial introducing the platform or how to operate please refer to these 2 documents.
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We are still able to offer students a printed manual for a small fee, which equates to USD$20/day extra per day of training plus delivery costs. If you’re unable to attend training we are able to provide you with the following services:
Free Juniper Exams, Limited Time Only
Promotion Period: 1st July 2017 to 30th September 2017
Promotion Criteria: Attend a Junos Security (JSEC) and / or Advanced Junos Security (AJSEC) class with Crystal Echo during the promotion period.
Promotion Details: One FREE PearsonVUE certification exam voucher will be provided corresponding to either the Security, Specialist (JNCIS-SEC) or Security, Professional (JNCIP-SEC) certifications based on the actual class attended.
For course outlines and class schedules please refer to the links below:
Crystal Echo Pty Ltd
Level 2, 80 Mount Street
North Sydney NSW 2060 Australia
Mo-Fr: 8:00am – 6:00pm
Sa & Su: upon request
+61 1300 859 892