In what should come as as surprise to no one, the OpenStack Foundation says skills in building and deploying OpenStack cloud technology are very much in demand. (see the charts below).
To address the skills gap, the Foundation is launching a Training Marketplace, with coursework from OpenStack partisans including Aptira, hastexo, The Linux Foundation, Mirantis, Morphlabs, Piston, Rackspace(s rax), Red Hat(s rhat), SUSE and SwiftStack with more courses to come.
Why would you want to bone up on your OpenStack skills? Because you can make more money, according to the foundation:
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Here’s another data point, there are more job postings mentioning OpenStack skills than there are for rival open-source clouds CloudStack and Eucalyptus, according to SimplyHired.com data, as shown below.
|Openstack, Cloudstack, Eucalyptus trends||Openstack jobs | Cloudstack jobs | Eucalyptus jobs|
But then again, when you talk about job postings requiring cloud skills, you’d be remiss not to include Amazon Web ServicesI(s amzn) which brings us to this, provided Indeed.com knows what AWS is.
|Openstack, Cloudstack, Eucalyptus, Aws trends||Openstack jobs | Cloudstack jobs | Eucalyptus jobs | Aws jobs|
Data for the last two charts provided by SimplyHired.com, a search engine for jobs.