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1. DevNet track

The company introduced the Cisco DevNet track, which focuses on coding, automation, application development on Cisco platforms, and what developers need to know about network fundamentals. For instance, the DevNet Associate covers the understanding and use of APIs, software development and design, application deployment and security, infrastructure and automation, and network fundamentals.  

2. Consolidating associate-level training and certification

The Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) certification no longer has different tracks. Multiple elements – wireless, security, routing and switching, and concepts of network automation – are covered broadly within a single exam. The consolidated and updated CCNA covers entry-level networking skills across technologies, such as basic IP fundamentals, network access, IP connectivity, security fundamental skills and the basics of automation and network programmability.   

3. CCNP options include concentration exams

The Cisco Certified Network Professional (CCNP) is comprised of two exams. There's a core exam in one of five technology tracks – enterprise, security, service provider, collaboration, or data center – plus one concentration exam of the candidate’s choosing in the same technology track. Technology core exams cover the foundational and common concepts that are required for a candidate to be proficient in a technology architecture. Concentration exams take a deeper dive into a relevant and related technology to the core, allowing the candidate to choose a topic that is either of interest or related to his or her chosen technology area of focus.