Cloud computing has changed the way businesses process or store the data. Besides, it led to a big change in the skills required in IT professionals by these businesses.
Over the past few years, the acceptance of cloud computing among businesses is on the rise. After all, cloud computing has improved flexibility, collaboration, access to data and adaptability while keeping the operations costs low. These benefits are not possible with the traditional model of computing that is more time consuming and manual.
Cloud computing has automated the most business operations, thereby saving time, hassles and costs.
The rising adaptability of cloud computing also requires IT professionals to learn operational skills; to know how to choose the right technology; and design the services to develop an overall system.
The cloud will also prompt IT professionals to work according to the business skills. Since cloud computing will fade the technical complexity of the traditional computing, IT professionals will have to look for new ways to provide value to the business.
They will be expected to help businesses select, manage and integrate the services being chosen by them (business). Moreover, they will be required to establish smooth relationship with the cloud providers to ensure the compatibility and efficiency of the services.
With the help of cheap storage and the cloud, businesses can collect and store more data than ever. Therefore, businesses will look for those IT professionals who can collect, process and backup huge data sets stored in a variety of cloud based database technologies and services.
The cloud computing will also change the methodologies of the software engineers. The advance level of automation and speed of data will prompt them to adopt a “Dev Ops” operations model.
They are also required to build and design the apps that can be hosted on the cloud platforms.