Cloud Engineer

Average Salary
Degree Requirements
Bachelor's Degree

Cloud computing is a necessity in today’s business landscape, and cloud engineers are the experts in all things cloud-based. “Should I take storage from my computer to the cloud?” “Is my data information secure?” These are problems and questions that cloud engineers solve through managing, planning, building and monitoring cloud systems.

Also known as: AWS Cloud Architect and Engineer, Cloud Software Engineer, Cloud Developer, Cloud System Administrator, Cloud Consultant, Cloud Systems Engineer, Cloud Network Engineer, Cloud Product Manager
Learning Strategies
Operations Analysis
Systems Analysis
Systems Evaluation
Technology Design
Manage, plan and design cloud systems
Know and implement best practices
Communicate and explain technical requirements to both technical and non-technical team members and clients
Develop and apply testing that measures effectiveness and potential improvement areas
Seek ways to minimize cost and improve system operations through technological advances

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