"Consider how much the role of the IT professional has changed during the last 10 years. As traditional, siloed IT roles - such as network administrators, storage administrators, systems administrators, and database administrators - continue to include new responsibilities, IT professionals can no longer get by as specialists.
These days, they're are expected to be implementing new technologies and trends, including containers, serverless architecture, and IoT, while working with cloud service providers. They're acting as liaisons to business leaders. On top of all that, they must still manage traditional technologies and infrastructure, such as on-premises servers, networks, databases, and virtualization, which, for all the new technologies and trends, still have their place..."
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