I've been looking into this as we're getting very close to the new Cisco exams and it seems to be accurate, but I can't be sure because I didn't find the official information to confirm it..
I want to complete both CCIE R&S Written and CCNP TSHOOT as both should migrate in the new program and come to be new CCNP certificate but I'm not quite sure..
Does anyone know for sure if that's true or not?
This is Migration tool :
Look and let me know (if that not help you), so i can help further.
If you have taken before Feb 2020 ( end date Time) the CCIE R & S Written, This is still valid for your LAB ( Enterprise) with in specified time.
CCNP - You may not get new Certiicate, but they are valid until next renewals.
Hope this make sense ?
I may not or definitely will not?
Because CCIE R&S Written should migrate to encor and tshoot should migrate to one of the enterprise concentrations.. so both should add up to new CCNP, but I can't be sure since I can't seem to find a source that definitely confirms that
I would not expect that this combination gives you the new CCNP Enterprise. When the program changes, you are not CCNP certified; so it will not be migrated automatically. After the change you have a specialisation and are still qualified for the CCIE LAB. But the new requirement for CCNP Enterprise will be ENCOR and not "being qualified for the Lab from an older Exam".
makes sense that I would have a specialization that would qualify me to take the lab.. but which specialization is that?
I found this link that should have all of the specializations that the new program should have (correct me if I'm wrong) so it should be one of them, right? That's basically what I based my "guess" on.. because it seems to me that it can't translate to any specialization other than:
|Cisco Certified Specialist - Enterprise Core||350-401 ENCOR|
sadly, just because something makes sense doesn't mean that Cisco will handle it that way. Perhaps they never thought about this combination? And based on the actual information and what I understood out of it, the CCIE written is not migrated to any specialization.