What types of 'next generation' skills will your IT team need as more workforces move towards the cloud?

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Blockchain
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business analysts, data security, cloud native development, SecOps
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Vendor Management, Integration with On-Prem
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This is an interesting question Bc I am mainly all about the experience. It really depends on if you are in the public sector or federal. I am in the federal sector so NIST and FERamp are must tools for understanding and implementation.
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Secure Development and Information security, cloud technologies
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comprehensive understanding of cloud-native applications, software defined infrastructure and security, next-gen database platforms such as Snowflake, and the ability to manage ephemeral resources to monitor OpEx and not piss off your CFO
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AI
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IT security for cloud based tools. Data management and AI
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If you are using AWS, diving into all the vast information it has for each single service and updating your team about it. Architecting accordingly to AWS’ best practices & if you are using .NET, coding with Entity Framework.
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I They need to have a really good understanding of cloud architecture, how to protect the environment, company rules and procedures.
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Native apps vs legacy apps, devsecops
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CyberSecurity, Cloud and AI
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Cloud platform expertise and cyber security
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There’s lack of talent in the new technology areas, like Kubernetes. But if you hire people with the right attitude, they can be trained really fast. There is talent where there is enthusiasm to learn. When we hire we look at those capabilities or those interests, and then we can train them. It is a matter of certification. The cloud is much simpler than what it used to be in the data center. And it is getting much simpler.
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