3 Replies Latest reply on Aug 4, 2015 12:19 PM by alexslv

    Hello!

    goergebaez77

      I am new to Thwack. I am looking for guidance on the path to take in the IT world. I would like to learn more about networking and grow into an infrastructure role. What should I do? I have a CCNA RS, Network+, and I have been researching the job descriptions of the network engineers and leads. What should I do next?

       

      Thank you!

       

      George

        • Re: Hello!
          heckmaster

          Hi George - I don't have huge experience in IT, but so far what has worked for me is connecting with people in the industry. It enables you to learn what's going on in the industry and make good connections. I would suggest to browse Meetup.com and see if you can find any groups in your area related to Networking. Another thing is obviously to get a job as a network engineer, if you don't have one already .

          Good luck!

          Octave

          • Re: Hello!
            rzric1

            Hi George,

             

            First i like to say welcome to you.

            Second you must get the Solarwinds cert because one way or another you will run in to Solar Winds platform\

            I will recomend you to get your SEC+ and CASP this will speaks volumes on your resume.

            Last if you want to be the best at what you do i will recomend you to google GIAC certificatios. During the last year i was able to certified with the army this certs

            GISF, GSEC, GISP, GCEF if the company you worked for needs someone to really take the company to new heights this is the way to go but as a minimum get SEC+ and CASP.

              • Re: Hello!
                alexslv

                Just bumped accidentally at your post... From my experience - if you want to be best at what you do - just go out there and help as many people/clients as you can + believe in yourself and your abilities to deliver fantastic results