Join Lynn Langit for an in-depth discussion in this video IT pro roles, part of Cloud Computing Career Paths and Certifications: First Steps (2017).
- [Instructor] Now, as we work with the mapping…of the existing roles to the new Cloud roles,…I want to just take a minute and define…more completely each of them.…So, when I talk about an IT Pro,…what I'm thinking about most generally…is somebody who's working as a network admin…or a networking professional, so they're dealing with…setting up networks.…It could be physical, you know,…the cabling and the boxes and all that.…And it also could be at a much higher level.…That's more typical, like you're monitoring for uptime,…for use of services, and so on, so forth.…It could be folks that are working at help desk.…
I've had quite a lot of people transition…from help desk into Cloud careers…because they had a technical bend,…they were interested in technology,…and they augmented their current skill set…by studying and learning some of the new,…in demand Cloud skills.…The new name really for those working as IT Pros is DevOps.…So, some of you might be working in DevOps,…which is developer operations strangely,…which means in support of applications…
- Reviewing IT pro, developer, analyst, and architect roles
- Reviewing IT pro skills, including virtualization, networking, and scripting
- Working with programming languages
- Reviewing AWS, Azure, GCP, and IBM certifications
- Reviewing cloud career paths
- Understanding emerging technologies and careers
Skill Level Intermediate
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2. IT Pro Skills
3. Developer Skills
5. Cloud Career Paths
6. Future of the Cloud
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