Cloud Computing Salaries

Job Title Average Salary
Cloud Architect $107,309 per annum
Cloud Manager $128,314 per annum
Cloud Engineer $120,689 per annum

These salaries are an annual average of these titles across the US. The top number is much higher, and a cloud professional can reach them depending on the organization he’s working for, the project he is assigned, the experience he has or the portfolio he carries. In short, with cloud computing certifications from major vendors, and a decent project portfolio under your name, success is guaranteed. 


Cloud Computing Jobs

The much-anticipated growth in the demand of cloud computing can be attributed to the fact that almost every technological breakthrough, including AR/VR, robotics, blockchain, artificial intelligence and IoT are relying on it. Technology giants like Amazon, Microsoft, IBM and many other Fortune 500 companies are already on the track to exploit the latest trends including quantum computing, automation, security and compliance, and serverless paradigm. As of now, over 80% of companies with 1000+ employees have a multi-platform strategy, and this will reach above 90% in a few years. In the next few years, over 75% organizations will be using cloud across the globe. There are various roles in the field, and demand far exceeds the present talent today. Following are some specific job roles that come out of cloud computing skills:

  • Solutions Architect
  • Technical Architect
  • Information Technology (IT) Architect
  • Development Operations (DevOps) Engineer
  • Enterprise Architect, IT
  • Senior Solutions Architect
  • Senior Software Architect
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Cloud Computing Skill Set

To start your journey as a cloud computing professional, our bootcamps will help you develop cloud fundamental skills in some of the top-rated cloud applications including Azure, AWS and Linux. However, you will learn skills, and get prepared for three major certifications offered by CompTIA. Some skills that guarantee a successful cloud career include technical skills, business and finance skills, project management, and data integration and analysis. Following are the skills, courses and certification preps you can expect to learn in our bootcamps.

  • Programming Concepts
  • HTML
  • CSS
  • JavaScript
  • Linux for Beginners
  • CompTIA Network+
  • CompTIA A+
  • CompTIA Cloud+
  • Azure Fundamentals
  • AWS Fundamentals

How to Become a Cloud Computing Professional

Online Bootcamps

QuickStart offers bootcamps in collaboration with multiple well-reputed universities to equip students with job ready skills. With an appropriate proportion of self-paced courses, live mentoring sessions by industry experts, instructor led courses, informal learning material, social peer to peer learning, problem solving exercises, practical coding projects and portfolio building exercises, our bootcamps are well known for preparing world class cloud practitioners. Online Bootcamps are the most effective, fast paced and streamlined educational method to become a web developer. Upon graduating from well-structured bootcamps, 80% of the candidates secure respectable, decent paying jobs that would allow them to practice the learned skills.


Schools in Collaboration with QuickStart


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