You have good reason to be optimistic about a career in cloud computing. In the U.S. today, 3.9 million jobs are associated with cloud computing, with 384,478 of them in IT, according to Forbes. The median salary for IT professionals with cloud computing experience is $90,950. There is a remarkable increase in both cloud computing use and demand for people who can help with cloud migrations. There are about 100 jobs chasing each qualified candidate at this point in time, according to technical recruiters, and jobs will continue to grow.
There are two types of emerging cloud computing careers: cloud engineers with specific cloud skills and admins with cloud architecture know-how. Companies that require specific cloud computing skills or development skills are typically already committed to a specific cloud provider, such as AWS, Microsoft Azure or Google Cloud Platform. These positions are often tied to emerging DevOps automation tools and processes. Job postings seeking AWS skills lead by a large margin, followed by those requiring Google and Microsoft expertise. These jobs include configuration, development and operations positions, with salaries ranging from $110,000 to $220,000 annually, depending on location.
The most well-paid candidates in cloud computing are "cloud solution architects" or "cloud architects," experts who know how to define business requirements, design a cloud infrastructure and also work on actual cloud deployments. Cloud solution architects posess enterprise architecture and/or service-oriented architecture experience. Salaries range from $150,000 to $250,000 annually, depending on location and experience. Experfy training in this track will prepare you for a wide range of roles and our experts are thought leaders in the indusry.
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