CLOUD COMPUTING CAREERS
Simply put, cloud computing is the delivery of computing services – including servers, storage, databases, networking, software, analytics and intelligence – over the Internet (“the cloud”) to offer faster innovation, flexible resources and economies of scale. Typically, an organisation only pays for cloud services they use, helping lower operating costs, run infrastructure more efficiently and scale as needs change.
Cloud computing examples that you will already know include social media platforms such as Facebook, Twitter and Instagram; services such as Netflix and Uber – as well as business solutions such as Office 365, Teams, OneDrive.
Cloud computing is at the heart of modern technology solutions. Organisations increasingly embrace ‘Digital Transformation’ to become more agile, competitive and productive.
Cloud enables businesses to access ‘evergreen’, secure, flexible computing and software from any location at any time at any scale they need. Public Cloud services from global companies like Microsoft, Google and Amazon also provide advanced features such as data analytics and artificial intelligence in a much more affordable and accessible way than before.
Most organisations have used Cloud computing within their operations in some form – often simpler services such as email or backup, but Cloud is increasing the only option for all their future computing needs.
This demand for Cloud solutions is driving a massive demand for Cloud professionals who can help design, develop and support these solutions. By opting for a career in Cloud you will help businesses transform their technology and embark on a life-long journey of learning that will be sought after around the world for decades to come.
Source: Cloud Direct