Lindsay Hill comments on his blog:
Network Field Day 7 had many interesting presentations and discussions. I’m still working through them all, but one from Dell caught my eye, where they declared that CCIEs were no longer required. They were slightly exaggerating their case for impact, but there is some substance to it — we shouldn’t need CCIEs to generate basic network configurations for standard networks.
Interesting perspective from Lindsay about the value of a CCIE and how it relates to new the new paradigm of integrating NMS with SDN controllers.
Read more at: Dell Fabric Manager & The Future for CCIEs
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