Launching new Junos-based tracks — Replacing M/T series, Enterprise Switching and Enterprise Routing Tracks

What's Changing?

The Juniper Networks Certification Program is aligning the Junos-based certification credentials with the Juniper Networks portfolio of industry-based solutions. The new organization of Junos-based credentials will align to three tracks:

  • The existing M/T Series Track will be phased out over the next 12 months and replaced by the new Service Provider Track.
  • The existing Enterprise Switching and Enterprise Routing tracks will be phased out over the next 12 months and replaced by the new Enterprise Routing and Switching Track.
  • The Security Track will be expanded to include a JNCIP and JNCIE credential.

As previously announced, the JNCIA-Junos certification will become a prerequisite for all upper-level Junos-based credentials.

Why Are These Changes Happening?

This new structure reflects career opportunities in the industry, aligning with industry usage of Juniper Networks’ portfolio of products and solutions. In addition, the Service Provider and Enterprise Routing and Switching tracks are supported by a comprehensive curriculum. This curriculum, combined with experience and expertise, will help prepare you for certification.

How Does This Affect Me?

JNCIx-M/T, JNCIx-ER and JNCIx-ES certifications remain valid and eligible for certification benefits until their normal 2-year recertification period. For complete recertification information, please access Recertification Table Update Web page.