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Course Focus: CNS-420 Citrix Networking Assessment, Design, and Advanced Configuration
Summer 2018 brought the release of the newest Citrix certification, the Citrix Certified Expert-Networking. A key step in preparing for this top-tier certification is the new Citrix course CNS-420: Citrix Networking Assessment, Design, and Advanced Configuration. As a Networking CCI (Citrix Certified Instructor) for the past five years, I’m very happy to see Citrix introduce a comparable certification stack to their flagship Virtualization product line. Better yet, this new CNS-420 course looks to fill in the gaps in the curriculum that will prove to be extremely valuable for the Networking professional.
Get to Know Citrix
Citrix software is used all over the globe to provide various products and services to customers. Businesses use it to utilize virtual desktops and hosted applications. Certifications are available for many of the products provided. These products and services are great to adopt to any business, but do you know exactly what Citrix is or how it can advance your company? Here are some facts about Citrix to get you more acquainted with its uses and benefits.
What Makes Citrix the Best in Virtualization
Virtualization is having a virtual machine that stores information and can be accessed through an authorized server. But many IT professionals reading this probably already knew that. However, as a novice to virtualization, that is about as much as I can tell you.
Luckily, I got a chance to speak with three instructors at New Horizons who are experts on three different platforms. They gave me an overview of virtualization and discussed which platform they believe is best.
The Citrix Certified Instructor (CCI) of the Year Award
New Horizons Computer Learning Centers' Khalaf Haddad wins the 2015 Citrix Certified Instructor of the Year award. The Citrix Certified Instructor (CCI) of the Year Award is issued to the instructor in each of three global regions who has demonstrated the best overall performance as measured by student satisfaction survey results and number of students educated.