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War of cloud is expected to create 40000 new jobs for Indian IT players

War of cloud is expected to create 40000 new jobs for Indian IT players

There is a new war that is brewing in the cloud segment, and it is all set to be fought. Since the beginning of the pandemic, the demand for cloud related skills have shot up, and businesses are also trying to build resiliency. There are just 6 lakh cloud practitioners in India, and out of this, only 85000 people have the top 5 cloud certifications. Reports from Han Digital, a talent consultancy based in Bangalore, have revealed that more than 3.7 lakh people have just one cloud certification. There are just 25000 people with more than eight years of experience in certified cloud architecture in India. These individuals make almost 30 lakh rupees per annum as the median salary.

Some of India's top cloud players include Azure, IBM Cloud, AWS, SAP, Salesforce, and Oracle Cloud. A prediction from Forrester has revealed that the global public cloud infrastructure is expected to achieve 35 percent growth in 2021. Furthermore, it was predicted that the developers would go serverless and create a spike in demand for public cloud containers and development platforms. Some of the cloud's highly required skills include database administration, Cloud engineering, and cloud development. Han Digital has stated that there will more than 40000 positions available for the Indian IT players.

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