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Cloud computing specialists help companies migrate their physical information technology activities, such as file storage and on-site servers, into a virtual environment. Cloud engineers typically work at either tech companies or large enterprises with substantial infrastructure.

The skill involves designing and implementing information technology infrastructure in a public cloud environment and features multiple roles including systems engineers, database administrators, network engineers, storage administrators, systems/network/solutions/enterprise architects, programmers/developers, and similar technology-driven roles.

Responsibilities may involve providing design input, collaborating with customer service and analysts on project milestones, and analysing weaknesses and recommending system improvements. Cloud computing specialists need a background working with system architecture components, such as networking and software. In addition to strong technical skills, they should also have excellent collaborative skills, as well as strong analytical reasoning to effectively look at the strengths and weaknesses of projects.

Cloud computing has become a key part of corporate digital transformation strategy. As the cloud begins to dominate the business landscape, demand for positions related to cloud computing is increasing. Those specialists who are adept at managing multi-cloud environments — including public, private and hybrid clouds from a variety of vendors — will be best positioned in the evolving market.

The stages of a trade competition


Les compétiteurs reçoivent leur sujet de compétition.


Les compétiteurs exécutent le projet demandé et livrent un travail complet ou incomplet dans un délai imparti.


Un groupe d'experts évalue les rendus des compétiteurs conformément aux normes de WSI.


Les résultats sont calculés par le biais d'un système d'information et une liste de champions est générée.


Les champions sont récompensés lors d'une cérémonie de clôture.

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