What is Cloud Computing?

Cloud computing is the delivery of services through the internet. These resources incorporate applications and tools such as data storage, databases, software, and networking. Cloud computing eliminates the need for physical storage on hard drives and other devices. It enables business to lower operating costs, scale their businesses, and run infrastructure more efficiently overall.

Cloud computing has become a critical part of IT for major companies around the world. The cloud connects businesses and streamlines communications, making it easier to conduct business safely and quickly. Accordingly, demand is rapidly increasing for cloud computing professionals across industries. In fact, the worldwide public cloud services market is one of the fastest-growing market segments. Organizations are adopting cloud computing for its ability to help IT teams focus on more important business goals rather than hardware setup and other management chores, as well as for the reliability of cloud-based data backup and disaster recovery options. Virtually every business needs storage and data management solutions, so there is a great need for knowledgeable cloud computing professionals worldwide.

Who needs to learn it?

Cloud computing classes are for:

  • Beginners
  • Cloud engineers
  • Full stack developers
  • Web developers
  • Application developers
  • Java developers
  • Data scientists
  • .NET developers
  • Software architects
  • DevOps engineers

What you can create:

Cloud computing is a versatile and flexible skill with high earning potential. Some things you can create with cloud computing include:

  • File storage
  • Data analytics
  • Infrastructure-as-a-service
  • Platform-as-a-service
  • Disaster recovery
  • Data backups
  • Archiving
  • Software testing and development
  • Social networking
  • Business processing

Earning potential and career options

Cloud computing is in-demand in a wide range of fields and industries. Some examples of associated careers and their average salaries include:

Software architect – $138,154

DevOps engineer – $124,261

Data scientist – $123,064

Cloud engineer – $117,174

Full stack developer – $111,780

.NET developer – $99,144

Application developer – $98,640

Cloud consultant – $95,938

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