What is the difference between the CCIE EI and the CCIE RS CCIE Certification?

The most well-known direction of CCIE certification is CCIE RS routing switch authentication. This has been a popular choice for over 20 years. EI CCIE is a new certification that has gained worldwide attention. We examine their differences using the content of the knowledge system.
The RS course content focuses primarily on routing switching in traditional enterprise network architecture. Switching accounting accounts account for 30%, routing accounting for 50%, and other feature points accounting accounting for 20%. The routing aspect is the main focus. The exam requires EIGRP, OSPF, and BGP. The exam requires the switching part, layer 2 foundation, and layer 3 redundant switching parts. Additional security, VPN, QOS and multicast technologies account for around 20% of the content.
EI’s course content also focuses upon enterprise network architecture. It is a new enterprise architecture that adds soft definition SDN technology. This is 25% of the exam sites. EIGRP’s changes to the routing section does not require learning. Instead, it requires that you “understand EIGRP” and learn the routing protocol. BGP and OSPF are still mandatory. The standard teaching requirements of EI show that the CCNP course in RS theory can be completed in just five days. Cisco also believes that CCNP’s popularity has grown significantly over the past 20 years of RS technology promotion. It is not necessary to spend too much time on it. However, more time should be spent studying new SDN technologies.
Comparing the canceled and new directions in detail, we can see that approximately 50% of the original RS information system is preserved in the existing EI Knowledge system. The new contents include 25% soft definition SDN tech, 15% security and features, 10% programming and other technologies.
It is easy to see that EI architecture is a key component of the digital transformation of enterprise networks. Automation and intelligence are the final development direction of EI CCIE assessment. The requirements for basic network architecture in the soft defined network are becoming easier to meet. This does not mean that network workers must be able to program. Strong network technology should support even strategy formulation and architecture design for the soft-defined network. We must recognize the future of EI and be prepared for the transformation stage in enterprise network architecture design.
SPOTO has created a complete and reasonable curriculum system that is based on Cisco standards. EI courses cover the core knowledge of the original RS, and add the new technology. We believe that the enterprise network architecture is changing from traditional to digital. Our learning methods are also going through a transformation phase. SPOTO’s teaching-centered approach will offer new opportunities for all learners.
SPOTO is a great option for candidates who wish to take part in CCIE certification training. SPOTO classes equip candidates with the necessary skills to take the CCIE exam. Candidates who pass the CCIE exam can receive CCIE certification. This certification is the highest-recognized Cisco certification.