Dear IT Pro TV:
I might sound like a broken record here, but this is how I feel about the "IT World" after watching a few Cloud related courses (IT Pro and CBT Nuggets) why the push to the cloud? especially MS Azure
As I reading more about the different types of cloud services or model, especially the "FULL" public cloud , where it doesn' require a lot of technical knowledge, does this mean that "HARDWARE" (Server/System Administrator) is out of a job? the so-called on-premise (IT Hardware IT Infrastructure) is no longer on a company site. Maybe that's why Microsoft decided to end the MCSA/MCSE Job title (On-premise) Hardware IT Specialist, and go forward with the Cloud Specialist Like Azure, helping companies move their IT Infrastructure to the cloud, yes to save money and eliminate the need of the IT Hardware Specialist. This is how I see this now, I always liked the hardware aspect of the "IT World" and why I got my A+ and my Network+ and took some Cisco hardware classes at the time.
Sorry for not being optimistic