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Hi Mr. Deepak Vohra!

It is clear that computer networks will no longer be the same after the rise of virtualization. In this scenario, what is the future of the network professional in the face of the growth of cloud computing? Should I invest in a career as a software developer or computer network? Which of these areas are most promising when we talk about job opportunities?

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The role of networking is enhanced by cloud computing, not diminished. The emphasis of networking has changed but it is still very important. As a reference https://whitepapers.theregister.co.uk/paper/view/3559/networking-in-the-age-of-cloud-computing
https://www.computer.org/csdl/magazine/cd/2016/03/mcd2016030006/13rRUy3gn3a
 
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