IT Manager of the Future

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The Future of IT is in the Cloud. Over the next year, medium to enterprise level businesses will continue to use the cloud for their IT needs, driving up the demand for emerging IT roles. Learn more http://dell.to/1nDisXf

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IT Manager of the Future

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  2. Table of Contents The Cloud Disruption Consequences of the Cloud Bottom line IT Manager of the Future Responsibilities Skills Needed Emerging Roles Datacenter Manager Software Architect Security Specialist Cloud Computing Architect Business Liaison
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  4. The Cloud Disruption 2/3rds of enterprises are implementing or plan to implement cloud computing. The rise of cloud computing is changing how the IT industry and IT managers deliver value. Tweet this
  5. Consequences of the Cloud IT managers struggle to find qualified employees IT professionals seek to re-skill themselves Breakdown of traditional relationships between IT and Business Tweet this
  6. Consequences of the Cloud Opportunity for IT professionals to get to the forefront of job growth Totalling 7 million cloud-related jobs worldwide by 2015 Demand for cloud-related skills is projected to grow by 26% through 2015. 2015 Tweet this
  7. Consequences of the Cloud While the cloud creates new opportunities, it also decreases demand for certain roles. The roles of in-house database manager and maintenance and support staff will be transferred to cloud providers. Tweet this
  8. Consequences of the Cloud By 2015, Gartner predicts 35% of enterprise IT expenditures will be managed outside the IT department’s budget. $ $ $ Tweet this
  9. Bottom line “ “-The Economist The rise of the cloud is more than just another platform shift that gets geeks excited. It will undoubtedly transform the information technology (IT) industry, but it will also profoundly change the way people work and companies operate. It will allow digital technology to penetrate every nook and cranny of the economy and of society. Tweet this
  10. IT Manager of the Future The IT manager of the future will spend much less time configuring servers and installing software. Instead, time will be spent extracting meaningful insights and negotiating service provider agreements. Tweet this
  11. Responsibilities Establish guardrails that guide developers to best cloud services Embrace hybrid cloud opportunities and decrease burden on cloud user Ensure business apps deliver the right user experience Understand how much infrastructure control designers need Tweet this
  12. Responsibilities Catalogue cloud services and define cloud management requirements Fill cloud management gaps Articulate business value of cloud computing Tweet this
  13. Skills Needed Understanding of business value of cloud computing Knowledge of successful adoption of cloud computing Understanding of risks and consequences of cloud adoption Tweet this $ ?
  14. Skills Needed Operational skills in the application tier Ability to assess how to make developers more productive Ability to optimize run time performance, availability and cost efficiency of cloud applications Tweet this
  15. Skills Needed Ability to manage a portfolio that deploys on demand in elastic infrastructure Understand why developers use certain cloud management tools Understanding of relationship between cloud computing and other activities Tweet this
  16. Emerging Roles As the responsibilities of IT managers shift, many will find themselves filling emerging roles to meet the needs of cloud adoption and implementation. Tweet this
  17. Datacenter Manager While individual companies will need less datacenter managers, the hosting solutions will continue to need datacenter managers. Expertise in scripting, performance optimization and management applications Skills Needed: Tweet this
  18. Software Architect The software architect links the technical and business staff and is responsible for building distributed systems in the cloud. Ability to construct virtualized systems Skills Needed: Tweet this
  19. Security Specialist The security specialist ensures security when migrating to the cloud. Understanding of privacy standards and latest security technologies Skills Needed: Tweet this
  20. Cloud Computing Architect A cloud computing architect designs and implements a cloud solution as well as oversees the migration to a cloud service. Understanding of cloud design and migration best practices Skills Needed: 0 1 0 0 1 1 1 0 1 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 1 1 1 0 1 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 1 1 1 0 1 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 1 1 1 0 1 0 1 1 Tweet this
  21. Business Liaison A business liaison determines which cloud architecture a company uses. Understanding of cloud architecture types and business need Skills Needed: Tweet this
  22. http://www.economist.com/node/12411882 http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/news/download/presskits/learning/docs/idc.pdf http://www.computerweekly.com/feature/The-job-of-the-infrastructure-senior-manager-of-the-future http://www.gartner.com/it/page.jsp?id=1862714 http://careers.ieee.org/virtual_career_fair/pdf/Microsoft_Cloud_Whitepaper.pdf
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