Shaping the Cloud!
In an advanced technological world, we need engineers to bring ideas into reality and find an appropriate solution to an issue using their knowledge in science, mathematics, and logic.
Recently, businesses have started adopting cloud computing in large numbers. In such a cloud-oriented world, cloud engineers’ importance has grown dramatically.
A career in cloud computing is gradually becoming the standard and an increasing number of IT professionals are pursuing this path. Jobs for cloud engineer roles are plentiful, as are the earnings that come with them. Let us take a look at few of them:
1) Cloud Engineer:
A cloud engineer is an IT expert who is in charge of the technical aspects of working in a cloud environment. Management, planning, architecture, and monitoring of cloud systems would all be part of the job.
Average Salary: $127,480/year
2) Solutions Architect:
A Solutions Architect is responsible for building and integrating information systems to meet the company’s needs, assessing the systems architecture currently in place and working with technical staff to recommend solutions to improve it, resolving technical problems as they arise.
Average Salary: $142,996/year
3) Cloud Developer:
A Cloud Developer is responsible for the recognition of best cloud practices and solutions that could be useful for application support on the cloud. Cloud developers undertake coding for serverless applications. They also ensure automation of certain development processes and are familiar with the application life cycle and the utilization of APIs.
Average Salary: $125,559/year
4) Sysops Engineer:
A SysOps engineer who administrates cloud services and tasks relayed to the software development process. SysOps delivery model is based on ITIL (Information technology Infrastructure library). SysOps engineers are the system administrators who manage all the key responsibilities of the IT operations in a multiuser environment.
Average Salary: $117,000/year
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