As the telecom industry continues to evolve so has SD-WAN topologies. Juniper Engineers support this emerging and increasingly popular network topology as it scales well to the cloud.
The network expansion includes: analysis, design, configuration, and fixing issues with the network structure or application modules. The role of a network engineer is to make sure that communications function through the network is uninterrupted and that the network's performance sees the urgent requests. You would also deliver methods, statistics, and recommendations about network outlines and installations on RN platforms to maintain the several features of the overall cybersecurity system.
The position includes the following essential job responsibilities:
To ensure that communications function across the network architecture and that the network’s performance meets client requirements
To test and document network TCP/IP performance
To configure effective routing policies and procedures and reconfigure policies to ensure the best performance
To install, configure and monitor essential network security protocols
To document cause analysis and offer solutions to prevent future client network outages
To identify and suggest network designs that will enable consistent client network workflow
Education and Certifications
Candidates must possess a relevant degree in computer science, IT or a related discipline. Certifications such as the Juniper JNCIS, JNCIP, and JNCIA or Cisco CCNP, CCNA and CCDA will demonstrate a thorough technical knowledge to prospective employers.
Skills Required for the Juniper Network Engineer
To become a successful Juniper Network engineer, following are the required skills which will boost up your career:
To create customized network management tools to evaluate, monitor and report network statistics
To use network diagnostic tools as per Juniper product requirements
To install network security protocols to prevent malware and other security threats
To maintain current customer network documentation that documents outages, changes, and best practices