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While there are significant benefits that can be achieved by migrating to the cloud, every company has an existing infrastructure that is critical to their success. With a hybrid approach, a company can strategically leverage existing on-premises infrastructure while simultaneously looking to the cloud to enhance and extend their business. The adage of “if it is not broken, don’t fix it” should not deter a company that may be considering a cloud deployment but are nervous about what their move to the cloud will mean for their current technology investments.
As of 2022, 60% of corporate data is stored in the cloud. This statistic has exponentially grown since the introduction of cloud computing. As more and more brands embrace this powerful technology, cloud computing careers will only continue to expand.
But, if you’re new to the workforce or you’re looking to pivot, which cloud careers are available to you?
In this guide to careers in cloud computing, we’re breaking down eight opportunities you could pursue in your quest for a fulfilling, challenging IT position. We’ll explore each position, the requirements you’ll need to apply, and the salaries you can expect.
Energy companies are discovering that real sustainability within the energy sector requires cloud solutions that allow them to move from fixed conventional generation to generation from renewable sources that fluctuate, such as wind and solar.
The public cloud market is experiencing explosive growth. Gartner predicts revenue will grow from $176 billion in 2018 to $240 billion in 2020. In the cloud space, three tech giants have pulled ahead: Amazon, Microsoft and Google. Combined, they dominate nearly 65 percent of the global public cloud market.
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