Health systems see numerous benefits to working with cloud companies to securely keep and handle information. The most common cloud companies are Amazon Web Services, Microsoft Azure and Google Cloud. Service Insider gathered pay rate information for several cloud companies based upon approved visa applications:
Cloud support engineer II in Texas: $90,0003. Cloud assistance engineer I in Washington: $82,4005. Cloud assistance engineer II in Washington: $108,000-$ 109,0006.
Cloud technical homeowner in Texas: $78,0008. Program manager in California: $132,000-$ 174,00010.
Microsoft11. Azure cloud engineer in Washington: $127,21512. Cloud option architect in California: $152,700-$ 160,00013. Cloud solution designer in New York: $110,300-$ 176,00014. Cloud service architect in Texas: $93,750-$ 155,00015. Cloud option designer in Washington: $104,200-$ 183,116.
Member of the technical staff, cloud services engineer in California: $123,00018. AWS cloud service support engineer in Georgia: $79,99619.
Salesforce20. Lead member of the technical staff-access cloud in California: $168,95821. Analytics cloud director in California: $135,01322. Marketing cloud consumer data platform software application engineer in Washington: $122,824.
AI platform senior cloud engineer in California: $210,00024. Vice president and senior software application engineer of the cloud team in Washington: $250,000.
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The most common cloud service providers are Amazon Web Services, Microsoft Azure and Google Cloud. Cloud support engineer I in Washington: $82,4005. Cloud assistance engineer II in Washington: $108,000-$ 109,0006. Member of the technical staff, cloud services engineer in California: $123,00018. AI platform senior cloud engineer in California: $210,00024.
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