Cloud Computing is rising rapidly, as it is an ideal solution for typical problems that many organizations face in today’s world. Cloud infrastructure is used by clients who need computing power but lack extensive physical computing infrastructure. It’s a virtual computing infrastructure that can be accessed through the Internet or a network. Cloud infrastructure engineers create the systems and networks needed for these computer cloud systems.
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As a Cloud Infrastructure Engineer, you:
- Develop cloud networks that store data remotely and can be accessed online
- Work on the systems that connect clients to clouds
- Are involved in making decisions about how to secure data effectively in online storage space
Your duties run wide, from working with the hardware involved in developing cloud systems and accessing them, to helping to determine a company’s needs in order to effectively use cloud computing technology and recommend changes wherever necessary, from routers to software. Part of your responsibility is also to continuously evaluate new technologies that are emerging and use your assessments to form recommendations about which technologies should be integrated into an existing system.