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With a focus on the back end, there is a clear direction from the point of view of skills: containers and cloud natives .

General cloud computing skills tend to align with the main vendors: Amazon Web Services (AWS), Microsoft Azure and Google Cloud Platform. Hiring managers tend to hire based on these specific skill sets so that developers can be quickly integrated into the team.

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If you want to align with one of them, AWS continues to prove to be the most popular, as many companies have built their services on the AWS stack. Even’s analysis showed that job offers for developers proficient in AWS increased fivefold from 2014 to 2019, far exceeding demand from Azure and GCP.

On the container side, Even’s research shows that the demand for Docker skills continues to grow, with an increase of 4,162% since 2014 and was listed in more than 5% of all U.S. technology jobs in 2019.

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The demand for proficiency with the Kubernetes container orchestration tool and the service mesh that Istio naturally followed, as both have become an industry standard way of managing container environments.

Kubernetes remains one of the ten most popular open source projects by contributors, according to GitHub’s 2019 State of the Octoverse report. Likewise, Istio was among the fastest growing projects by contributors, with an increase 194% in contributions during 2019.

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