Today, we can connect everything digitally to Cloud Computing. It provides a whole new world of jobs, applications, services, and platforms. We can see the future of Cloud computing as a combination of cloud-based software products and on-premises compute which will help to create hybrid IT solutions.
In 2016, tech-investor Peter Levine predicted that Cloud Computing – by now more or less well-established as a business innovation driver – will be replaced by Edge Computing in the near future.
Cloud Computing: IT professionals with multi-cloud skills to have higher demand in 2020. Companies around the world are embracing cloud as the key enabler. Over 95% of organisations are planning to increase their cloud spends in the coming 12 months as the adoption of cloud technologies has become vital.
Cloud computing is no longer an industry fad – it's here to stay, and it's impacting IT jobs. It is expected that cloud computing will affect IT jobs most strongly in the next 5-10 years. The adoption of cloud computing will migrate IT positions rather than eliminate them.