Whether you’re a developer or a designer, a programmer or an engineer, one of the most noticeable problems in applying for tech jobs is the list of required tech skills. We’ve all noticed that tech job descriptions often have a list of required technical proficiencies a mile long. It seems that every type of technology in the industry is listed. As any technician knows, few people are proficient in all of them. They can’t all be absolute requirements.
Nearly all enterprises across the globe believe and understand that cloud computing has become a key area in today’s business landscape. They are leveraging cloud offerings so as to gain tangible benefits (think streamlining supply chain processes, boosting information transparency, improving decision-making, reducing costs, etc.) and, hence sharpen their competitive edge. In fact, according to figures from Forrester, close to 60 percent of enterprises based in North America now rely on public cloud platforms, five times the percentage that did just six years ago.
Are you seeking a career in cloud computing? Cloud computing is the new wave with great career prospects. Let’s look first at what’s going on in the area of cloud computing.
Cloud computing has been growing by leaps and bounds in recent years. According to IDC, worldwide spending on public cloud computing will increase from $67B in 2015 to $162B in 2020 attaining a 19% CAGR. Simply put, businesses are migrating to the cloud.