Could you work on a €10 billion contract with the Federal Intelligence Service? As companies undergo digital transformation, cloud infrastructure jobs are in high demand.
The Software Alliance (BSA) is a globally recognised body in determining the strength of cloud computing worldwide, doing so via their ‘Global Cloud Computing Scorecard’. They cite Germany as the country with the best environment and optimal conditions for cloud computing. The study compared a total of 24 countries and Germany took first place ahead of Japan and the USA. One of the key reasons Germany placed first as a cloud computing destination was the advantage the ‘Federal Data Protection Act’ offers - data protection and security in Germany achieve the highest rating in the BSA study.
BSA emphasizes that “there is a pro-active culture of assertive action in Germany and a wide range of sanctions and fines.” Germany is seen as a country that ensures data protection and sets it as the highest priority in its policy. Hence, the country attracts large companies, SMEs, and freelancers wanting to run their infrastructure or manage their customers’ infrastructure in the cloud.
According to a report by the Worldwide Public Cloud Services Spending Guide from IDC, worldwide revenue from cloud services will reach over €177bn in 2020. Europe will continue to represent around a fifth of the global market, with revenues of €35bn expected in 2020, increasing from €13.6bn in 2015 - at a 20.8% five-year compound annual growth rate (CAGR). As the leading country in Europe for cloud computing, professionals working in Germany are best placed to achieve success in the industry.
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