In recent years, cloud computing has not only changed the IT landscape, it has literally transformed the way we work, play, communicate, and socialize on the web.
According to recent research by IDC Cloud Research , spending on cloud services is expected to reach an estimated $107 billion in 2017, with SaaS (Software as a Service) companies and businesses holding a little shy of 60 percent of the cloud computing market. It’s no wonder many organizations are actively recruiting team members with proficiencies in computer science, programming, server administration, security, web-development, network engineering, product management and many other related fields.
This article by Wanted Analytics notes that the most commonly advertised cloud computing positions are:
- Software Engineers
- Java Developer
- Systems Engineer
- Network Engineer
- Websphere Cloud Computing Engineer