Here’s why freshers should build a career in cloud computing
By 2025, 95% of new digital workloads will be deployed on cloud-native platforms, against 30% in 2021.
The ongoing pandemic and the surge in digital services are making the cloud the centrepiece of new digital experiences.
Cloud has enabled new digital experiences such as mobile payment systems where banks have invested in startups, energy companies using the cloud to improve their customers’ retail experiences or car companies launching new personalisation services for customer’s safety and infotainment, he added.
Global spending on Cloud infrastructure increased 6.6% (on-year) in the third quarter of 2021 to $18.6 billion and for the full year 2021, IDC forecasts cloud infrastructure spending to grow 8.3% compared to 2020 to $71.8 billion.
The Asia/Pacific subregions, Canada, and the Europe subregions saw double-digit growth in spending, while Latin America, the Middle East and Africa, and the US saw more moderate single-digit increases in spending.
“There is no business strategy without a cloud strategy. The adoption and interest in the public cloud continue unabated as organisations pursue a “cloud-first” policy for onboarding new workloads,” said Milind Govekar, distinguished vice president at Gartner.
“In the coming years, we will see a growing focus on developing smart hybrid cloud strategies that allow businesses take advantage of the strategic implications of a hybrid approach that balance costs, performance, security, compliance, and governance requirements,” Ramesh Kalanje, Vice President, Center of Excellence, Commvault said.
Here is a list of top job opportunities in cloud computing and what are the skills you need:
1. Cloud Engineer
Cloud Engineer manages many technical processes through the provided cloud-based systems.
To be a cloud engineer, you should have knowledge about Python, PHP, .NET, SQL, general N/W (Network) Management Functions, and a deeper understanding of virtual networks.
2. Cloud Architect
Cloud Architect is another cloud-based career opportunity in which you will act as a person responsibly preparing a cloud-computing strategy inclusive of action plans and designs for cloud systems.
You should have a thorough understanding of DNS i.e. Domain Name System, TCP and IP protocols, and other aspects of computer networks.
3. Cloud Consultant
A Cloud Consultant is always on the course of providing technical researches and studies that justify his/her cloud management plans.
You must have an in-depth knowledge of at least one operating system from this list:
a) Windows b) Linux c) Ubuntu d) Fedora
4. DevOps Cloud Engineer
DevOps Cloud Engineers are intensively involved with coordinating with various cloud developers with the sole purpose of integrating cloud-based solutions for better performance.
This architecture revolves around technologies like Google Cloud Program, Microsoft Azure, or AWS. You need to excel in any of these programming languages: Ruby, Java, Python, or Pearl.
5. Cloud Infrastructure Engineer
The job role revolves around developing a secure and robust cloud-based infrastructure that can associate itself well with the systems somewhere demanding cloud networks.
You need to be effective with Python, Go, Linux, SLAs (Service Level Agreements)/SLOs (Service Level Objectives), and high-transactional IP Routing protocols.
With inputs from IANS
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