Juniper 5-3-1 Certified; Get 5 x JNCIA, 3 x JNCIS and 1 x JNCIP 75% off

yparkypark Senior MemberNoVAMember Posts: 120 ■■■□□□□□□□
I have not visited TE in the last few years. Glad it's still around and I see there are still a lot of familiar (virtual) faces.

Just wanted to share what I got in my inbox a few weeks ago. I personally am taking advantage of this to cert up and learn more about Juniper. You can only use the 75% off voucher for remote proctored exam. Cannot sit for the exam at a testing center. Below is the gist of this "promotion." You can read the full FAQ here: Juniper 5-3-1 Certified Frequently Asked Questions

Yes! You may earn 75% discounted exam vouchers for all of our Associate-level through Juniper Open Learning.
Additionally, you will earn 75% discounted vouchers for our higher-level written exams when you reach the specific certification milestones listed below.
  • When you become JNCIA x 5, we will provide up to 3 discounted Specialist-level exam vouchers (conditions apply)
  • When you become JNCIS x 3, we will provide 1 discounted Professional-level exam voucher (conditions apply)             

Happy studying!
2022 Goals: [PCNSE] [JNCIS-SP] [JNCIS-SEC] [JNCIS-DevOps]

Comments

  • JDMurrayJDMurray Certification Invigilator Surf City, USAAdmin Posts: 12,846 Admin
    Thanks for the links to Juniper Open Learning. I wish that I had taken getting Juniper certs more seriously way back when I worked in an NSOC and on Juniper firewalls.
  • yparkypark Senior Member NoVAMember Posts: 120 ■■■□□□□□□□
    Just wanted to update the thread to say I've completed 5 x JNCIA just before Thanksgiving. The JNCIAs mostly covered Juniper products and features with some examples on how to apply them. They were not very technical certifications but I feel that I have a good understanding of most of Juniper products and their capabilities having done these. Some were tedious (looking at you JNCDA!) but I feel like they were worth the time I invested in them. They were $50 a pop and now I can ask for 3 x 75% off vouchers for the JNCIS certs. I'm gonna be doing a Palo Alto cert because I just got a free voucher before taking on JNCIS-SP.

    If anyone has any questions, I'll be happy to answer them.
    2022 Goals: [PCNSE] [JNCIS-SP] [JNCIS-SEC] [JNCIS-DevOps]
  • trojintrojin tecnomancer Earth ... although some say "cosmos"Member Posts: 275 ■■■■□□□□□□
    I'm 2/3 in this path. JNCIAs were very easy (have 6 already), JNCIS was not bad too (done 3), but JNCIP Sec seems to be pain. Have voucher till and of January so still have some time for preparation
    I'm just doing my job, nothing personal, sorry

    xx+ certs...and I'm not counting anymore


  • yparkypark Senior Member NoVAMember Posts: 120 ■■■□□□□□□□
    trojin said:
    I'm 2/3 in this path. JNCIAs were very easy (have 6 already), JNCIS was not bad too (done 3), but JNCIP Sec seems to be pain. Have voucher till and of January so still have some time for preparation
    Congrats @trojin

    Do you mind sharing a bit about how much experience you have with Juniper devices? I have not officially started studying for the JNCIS (I am still working on PCNSE) but will be in the next month or so. I am very familiar with BGP but I am not exposed to much IGP and layer 2 environment at work. Would love to hear what JNCIS certifications you have and your thoughts on them. Also, what study materials you used and how long it took to prepare for each one would be helpful as well. Thanks!
    2022 Goals: [PCNSE] [JNCIS-SP] [JNCIS-SEC] [JNCIS-DevOps]
  • trojintrojin tecnomancer Earth ... although some say "cosmos"Member Posts: 275 ■■■■□□□□□□
    edited December 2021
    @ypark To be frankly I have very little experience with appliances. Few old srx in work, very old at home. But  PCNSE/network security knowledge and Junpier training are enough to pass Specialist level. exams. Professional lvl seems to be much harder, at least what I see in the blueprint
    Current certs:
     Juniper JNCA-DevOps, Juniper Networks Certified Design Specialist - Security (JNCDS-SEC), Juniper JNCA Security, Juniper Networks Certified Specialist - Security (JNCIS-SEC) Juniper JNCDA Juniper Networks Certified Specialist - Cloud (JNCIS-Cloud) Juniper JNCA Juniper Networks Certified Associate - Mist AI, (JNCIA-MistAI) Juniper JNCA-Cloud

    Usually around 1 month per cert. Materials: Juniper open learning, Plurasight
    I'm just doing my job, nothing personal, sorry

    xx+ certs...and I'm not counting anymore


  • yparkypark Senior Member NoVAMember Posts: 120 ■■■□□□□□□□
    Thank you so much for your response @trojin

    I do have all access pass for Juniper Open Learning through work so I will be relying heavily on that content for the JNCIS. It's good to know it was what you used as well.
    2022 Goals: [PCNSE] [JNCIS-SP] [JNCIS-SEC] [JNCIS-DevOps]
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