Cisco certified Internetworks (CCCIE 9010) is a certification for software products and services for IT service providers and other end users that have been certified as meeting certain requirements for the provision of Internetworks services.
It is an internationally recognized certification program.
Cisco Certified Internetworks 9010 certification is based on the Cisco Certified Software Suite (CCS).
Cisco Certified Hardware (CCH) is an independently-validated certification program that meets the standards of the Cisco IETF.
Cisco certified hardware is the same as CCIE 9011, but is also referred to as Cisco Certified Networking (CCN).
The Cisco Certified Ethernet (CCNE) certification is also an independent certification program, and it is also based on CCIE.
The Cisco CCIE certification is a service level agreement (SLA).
CCIE has been offered for years, with the first certification program in 2018, and has been a widely-used certification for the Cisco Internetworks product line since 2019.
There are now two certification programs for Cisco IOS and Cisco CC products.
CCIE-8 is the standard for Cisco Internetworking, while CCIE9 is the latest certification that provides certification for Cisco CC software products.
As of September 2018, the Cisco certification is supported by the Cisco Technical Institute.
There is no difference between the Cisco CC9 and CCIE certifications.
CCIA-9 is used to identify the software components and software updates for Cisco IPsec and Cisco Security appliances.
Cisco has not released any certification requirements for Cisco Certified Networks.