Tech Skills

10 Hot IT Skills in 2018 Infographic

Jennifer Juo

HR and L&D Insights Writer at Udemy for Business

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Tech Skills

March 27, 2018

With the current technical skills gap, we analyzed patterns of 24+ million learners on our Udemy platform to see what hot IT skills are trending in 2018. IT teams are wrestling with a wide range of issues from large inflows of data overloading company IT infrastructures to the need to automate growing IT systems. Emerging technologies in the cloud, IT automation, and data management offer new ways to streamline and enhance your IT infrastructure. We’ve put together an infographic highlighting the fastest-growing top 10 IT skills on Udemy, related trending technologies, and what people are learning next.

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Find out how Udemy for Business can keep your IT team up to speed with the hottest IT skills.

See popular courses on Udemy for each of the 10 hot IT skills:

Apache Kafka: The Apache Kafka Series: Learn Apache Kafka for Beginners.

GraphQL: GraphQL with React: The Complete Developer’s Guide.

Chef Software: Chef Fundamentals: A Recipe for Automating Infrastructure.

GNS3: GNS3 Fundamentals: Official Course Part 1

Kubernetes: Learn DevOps: The Complete Kubernetes Course

AWS: AWS Solutions Certified Solutions Architect Associate 2018

Splunk: The Complete Splunk Beginner Course

Microsoft Azure: 70-532 Developing Microsoft Azure Solutions Certification Course

AWS Lambda: AWS Lambda and the Serverless Framework–Hands-On Learning

Udemy for Business is a learning platform that helps companies stay competitive in today’s rapidly changing workplace by offering fresh, relevant on-demand learning content, curated from the Udemy marketplace. Our mission is to help employees do whatever comes next—whether that’s the next project to do, skill to learn, or role to master. We’d love to partner with you on your employee development needs. Get in touch with us at business@udemy.com

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