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Cisco CCIE Enterprise Infrastructure Exam Topics

by Roney Lin Consultant

The CCIE Enterprise Infrastructure Lab Examination is considered to be one of the most integral parts for becoming a Cisco Expert. Post restructuring of the Cisco Syllabus, this exam would be taken up for the first time on February 24, 2020. The CCIE Lab Practical exam would be required a total of 8 hours. This exam would be assessing the candidate’s skills which would be, including deploying, designing, operating, as well as optimizing complex network scenarios.

Before we would be beginning with the CCIE Enterprise Infrastructure Lab Blueprint, you would be required to know that appearing for CCIE Enterprise Infrastructure ENCOR is a must. If you are looking forward to gain this certification, you should opt for the Cisco 300-601 Dumps which are being offered at the EveDumps.

This CCIE Enterprise Infrastructure Lab Exam consists of 2 modules:

Module 1: Design
• Backward Navigation within Module: Disabled
• Format: Scenario-based
• Point Values: Hidden
• Time: 3 hours

Module 2: Deploy, Operate, and Optimize
• Backward Navigation within Module: Enabled
• Format: Hands-On + Web-Based
• Point Values: Shown
• Time: 5 hours

Although Module 1 as well as Module 2 would be independent of one another, there would be a progressive story-line that builds along with the examination. Candidates couldn’t go back or move further during or in between modules. Let us now would be finding out about both modules within the CCIE Enterprise Infrastructure Lab Blueprint individually

Module 1: Design

The design module would be measuring the candidate’s ability to create, validate, analyze, as well as optimize network design. The design module is considered to be scenario-based with no access to devices. Only a set of Cisco 300-615 Dumps would be provided before the exam to understanding the scenario before answering questions.

Module 2: Deploy, Operate, and Optimize

Here candidates would be able to operating, deploying, and optimizing network technologies and solutions. The setup would be provided to the candidates is considered to be a replica of the actual networks as well as consisting of both hands-on as well as web-based items. A virtualized lab environment would be helping the candidates perform their tasks.

• Deploy: Candidates would be asked to construct the network according to customer requirements, design specifics, as well as limitations. This step would be covering integration, configuring, and troubleshooting of technologies as per instructions provided.
• Operate and Optimize: Optimization and Operation of network technologies which would be including monitoring network health as well as performance, configuring the network for improving service quality, mitigate outages, reduce disruptions, reduce operating costs as well as maintaining high availability, security and reliability. It would be also including to diagnose potential issues as well as adjusting configurations to align with business goals.

Exam Score Evaluation and Reports

Both modules would be having distinct pass scores and minimum scores. Both the scores would be based on a per-module basis as well as based upon exam difficulty level.

• Pass score is considered to be directly proportional to the expert level competence
• The minimum score is believed to be the least score expected from an expert level candidate.

CCIE Lab Exam Syllabus:
Infrastructure Automation and Programmability
15%

Infrastructure Security and Services
15%

Network Infrastructure
30%

Software Defined Infrastructure
25%

Transport Technologies and Solutions
15%

The CCIE Enterprise Infrastructure Lab Exam is considered to be one of the highest credited exams in the Networking Industry. It is quite difficult but it wouldn’t be impossible for clearing. Hence, if you wish to clear the CCIE Enterprise Infrastructure Lab Exam, you should opt for the Cisco 300-610 Dumps which are being offered at the EveDumps.


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About Roney Lin Advanced   Consultant

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