Cloud Strategy and Coordinate Adoption
The Architect will provide all necessary assistance in articulating where cloud services fit in best. This professional puts in place a process to build and asses which applications will access cloud computing. They should identify any comprehensive risks and come up with a risk-mitigation-mapping matrix to avoid them. It is their responsibility to work in coordination with the IT security and risk departments. The architect develops a methodology to automate cloud services and must make sure that any error will not impact the speed and agility of cloud benefits.
Employers usually prefer candidates with a bachelor’s degree in computer science, information technology, electronics or telecommunications. Some organizations also take into consideration relevant work experience or a master’s degree in engineering. For some advanced engineering positions, some organizations opt for candidates with a master’s degree in Business Administration as well.
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