In the midst of these highly sought after jobs, the Salesforce economy is booming and demand for Salesforce-skilled workers has never been higher. Recent research from IDC reveals that Salesforce and its ecosystem of partners will create 4.2 million new jobs and $1.2 trillion in new business revenues worldwide between 2019 and 2024.
I recently spoke to Sanjay Gidwani, Chief Operating Officer at Copado, about Salesforce DevOps and what Copado is doing to fill the DevOps skills gap.
Rakesh: First, so that my readers understand who you are, tell me about your background and an overview of Copado.
Sanjay: I was at Salesforce for many years before I joined Copado. I was managing customers in their Salesforce journey and running teams of architects that designed transformational enterprise apps for the force.com platform. DevOps was a core aspect of this journey. At Salesforce we worked first-hand with the types of customers we work with today at Copado. As a result, we are able to understand the huge opportunity for Salesforce DevOps. I was one of Copado’s first US hires and joined the team because I am passionate about helping customers take the power of Salesforce to the next level. Read the rest of this entry!