Cloud systems engineers & cloud architects most in-demand roles

SARAH SCHLOTHAUER | October 29, 2019

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Did you know that 86% of enterprises have more than a quarter of their IT infrastructure running in cloud environments? Read some of the takeaways that IT leaders revealed in the report ‘Adapt or Perish: The OpsRAmp Report on Modern IT Operations in the Digital Age’. Find out what top talent is looking for and what hurdles companies are facing when it comes to IT modernization. AIOps platform OpsRamp conducted a survey focusing on IT operations teams in the hybrid, multi-cloud, and digital environments. The subsequent report ‘Adapt or Perish: The OpsRamp Report on Modern IT Operations in the Digital Age‘ looks at the data and discusses the key takeaways.The survey asked 250 respondents who work at the IT manager level or above in the United States. Let’s find out what IT leaders revealed

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