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Contents at a Glance

  • Chapter 1 Architecture
  • Chapter 2 Virtualization
  • Chapter 3 Infrastructure
  • Chapter 4 Network Assurance
  • Chapter 5 Security
  • Chapter 6 Automation

This study guide includes all of the topics from Cisco’s official exam blueprint for Implementing Cisco Enterprise Network Core Technologies, i.e., ENCOR 350-401. As you may already have noticed on the “Contents at a Glance” page that this guide has been formatted around the Cisco’s official ENCOR 350-401 exam topics or curriculum. The benefit? Well, as you read through the various topics, you will know exactly where you’re within your learning journey.

All contents are carefully covered with core concepts, code snippets (where applicable), and topic summaries to help you master the skills so you can confidently face the pressures of the Cisco exam as well as its real-world application.

Cisco Enterprise Core (ENCOR) 350-401 V1.0 Exam Topics

Bodies of Knowledge

Exam Weight

Network Assurance10%


Publishing Information

  • Paperback (B&W): 274 pages
  • Publisher: CCIEin8Weeks (January 22, 2020)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-13: 979-8602947885
  • Product Dimensions: 7.4 x 1 x 9.7 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1.4 pounds

About the Author

Muhammad Afaq Khan started his professional career at Cisco TAC San Jose and passed his first CCIE in 2002 (#9070). He held multiple technical and management positions at Cisco San Jose HQ over his 11 years tenure at the company before moving into cloud software and data center infrastructure IT industries.

He has worked at startups as well as Fortune 100 companies in senior leadership positions over his career. He is also a published author (Cisco Press, 2009) and holds multiple patents in the areas of networking, security, and virtualization. Currently, he is a founder at Full Stack Networker and a vocal advocate for network automation technologies and NetDevOps. He also holds Cisco DevNet Associate Certification.