Whether you’re trying to break into the role or you’re already a cloud engineer, these programming languages are a must for maintaining an edge over the competition. Find out more in this free PDF download from TechRepublic.
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There’s a joke among non-techie individuals about not knowing what the cloud is nor what it does exactly. You may or may not have an exact idea of how the cloud works, and that’s fine because the aim of this piece is on the job. Cloud engineers (CEs) know exactly how the cloud works, including all of its intricacies, from the beginning to end. This is because the role of the cloud engineer is to design how cloud infrastructures work and bring them to fruition.
CEs are intimately aware of how the software integrates with hardware, leverages resources between systems, and how each individual layer works with technologies such as frameworks and security, and how to scale them—ensuring they perform optimally, remain highly accessible, and maintain efficient operation throughout.
The programming languages below are selected because they represent the best languages for cloud engineers to know when working within their field to leverage all platforms and maximize compatibility.