How to Build a Highly Qualified Cloud-Native Team

If youre reading this you more than likely are aware of the struggles involved in recruiting and building a team of technical professionals skilled in cloud-native computing technologies such as Kubernetes Helm Prometheus and service mesh. The Linux Foundation and edXs 2020 Open Source Jobs Report found 93 of hiring managers are having difficulties filling open positions that require open source skills like these. The report also found that cloud and container technologies are the most in-demand aside from Linux which itself is a necessary basic skill for cloud professionals.

So the question is between a talent shortage and rapidly increasing adoption of these technologies how can any leader manage to build out a qualified team Based on our experiences as a vendor-neutral provider of training and certification for many of these technologies weve learned some tips and tricks that with some effort can help you establish a team that can handle any cloud-native project you throw at them.

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