i want your help to grow my future in datacenter side . please guide for best path.
Thanks for reaching out. Please remember that it's very much possible to have a career in data center or infrastructure. You just have to do something else besides. If you're looking at an infrastructure job because coding gives you the unwanted anxiety, there's bad news: Through the past four years, the students and industry people we interviewed unanimously agree that you've got to get with the programming if you're going to have a career. And if you think a data center job is a good place to hide from people, the news is even worse, because soft skills are increasingly important as well. I hope you understand the difference between both.
To start with, you can opt for any of the relevant Udemy courses (mentioned below) that will help you get the first hand exposure to systems administration and systems engineering.
Though we think that these jobs are here to stay for a long period of time and these data centres aren't going anywhere. But the people in the data center business don't seem to think it's a great career path. Recently, one of the consulting systems specialist at a large publishing company said "It's my feeling that there's consolidation in progress. In my case, we're closing our data centers and going to hosting companies. There's also plenty of skills outsourcing going on to cheaper support staff, so you'll always be at risk of losing your current job function to someone else." (full interview: http://swtch.in/DataCenterCareer)
In nutshell, any career is a great goal, if you're passionate about it. If there's anything else we can help you specifically with, please reach out to us at support[at]switchidea.com or simply dial our internship helpline number +91-9555-141-142 (mon-fri).
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