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Pros and Cons

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✅ Pros

It offers awesome value.
Review Pros
Brian really understands the technologies to the point of showing you how things really work, showing you things you didn’t know you didn’t know and also exactly what a command really does when you type it.
All the teaching is direct from a full CCIE rack mixed in with very good explanations of the technology and what each specific topic is going to cover.
The training was split over 2 x 5 day blocks.
There is also an in depth look at the Cisco Documentation, showing you what material you need to know and also explaining in great depth some items that are not documented very well.
They often run deals and offers.
Another unappreciated element of the CCIE bootcamp is the amount of info you get from the other students.
You can get access to vendor content like Splunk, Palo Alto, ELK etc.
It has really wide curriculum.

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❌ Cons

I noted peoples reviews pointed out the platform was hard to get around.
It is not quite as good as SANS (But it’s nowhere near the price).

⚖️ Final Say

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Review Summaries
To summarise, if you are looking for a CCIE bootcamp, I can highly recommend the INE Bootcamp.
I’ve been smashing out the incident handling and response professional path, it’s absolutely awesome and digs into some challenging areas, you sometimes have to google some aspects but that’s the same as asking a live lecturer. I really enjoy this platform and I’ve used Cybrary and PluralSight in the past (Both good platforms but to give an idea of where INE’s maturity is at)

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