Top 10 Technologies To Learn In 2019 | Trending Technologies | Intellipaat


Hey Guys, welcome to yet another interesting session by Intellipaat and today we are going to look at the top 10 technologies to learn in 2019. Not everything in the universe is constant except change. We adopt the changes, and that is how the
world keeps developing. The same thing applies to the technology as well. Latest trends in every technology help in
making the world a better place to live. Here, we have discussed some of those top trending technologies to learn in 2018. Number 10th in the list is Internet of Things IoT has become a hot topic in the
present tech-driven world. A strong framework of cloud
computing, backed up by a seamless blending of sensors and actuators with the environment around us, is making this network of autonomous objects a reality. From smart wearable to smart cities, from domestic life to industries, IoT is expanding itself to different areas. Smart security solutions, smart home automation, smart health care, and smart wearables are some of the applications of IoT, and by the near future we expect to see
its application to a city’s transportation system or smart power grids. Some of the popular Development tools which can be used for IOT are Arduino Eclipse & IBMWatson So, anyone who is Fascinated by the Internet and understand the basics of programming languages like C, C++, and has a general idea of embedded systems can build a career in Internet of
Things. Next in the queue is Cyber Security In an increasingly digital world, the looming
threat of cyber-attacks is more real than ever. These attacks are usually aimed
at accessing, changing and destroying sensitive information. Thus, Businesses need experts
who can protect data, systems and digital services used on a daily basis. Therefore, it is necessary for
businesses to have apt cybersecurity measures in place, to counter all of these threats. so, there is a high demand for
skills to understand cyber issues and identify, diagnose and resolve these challenges. Cybersecurity refers toa set of techniques used to protect the integrity
of networks, programs and data from attack, damage or unauthorized access. It represents the ability to defend against
and recover from accidents like hard drive failures or power outages. Some of the top trending Cybersecurity Technologies are Threat Intelligence, Risk-Based Authentication Remediation & Internet of Things Security These technologies are either implementing artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning or securing new endpoints from the internet of things (IoT). Some of the top Cybersecurity Companies of 2018 are AppGaurd, CA technologies, Cimcor, inc, CyberArk, CyberGym Control, & DeltaRisk. Someone with a good understand
of computer networks and HTTP communication protocol can start their career in Cybersecurity Technologies. The Next technology in the list is Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality. Virtual Reality is defined as
“the use of computer technology to create a simulated environment.” VR may be artificial, such as an animated
scene, or an actual place that has been photographed and included in a virtual reality app. With virtual reality, you can move around
and look in every direction — up, down, sideways and behind you, as if you were physically
there. You can view virtual reality through a special VR viewer, such as the Oculus Rift, Vive or Daydream View. With virtual reality apps, you can explore
places you have never been to, such as the surface of Mars, the top of Mt. Everest, or
areas deep under the sea. And Augmented reality is defined as “an enhanced version of reality created
by the use of technology to add digital information on an image of something.” AR apps use your phone’s camera
to show you a view of the real world in front of you, then put a layer of information, including text and/or images, on top of that view. Apps can use AR for fun. The best example isthe game Pokemon GO, or for information, we have the app Layar. AR and VR serve the customer with an enhanced experience and this technology is applicable in various industries like gaming, entertainment, travel & education. So, If you have a basic understanding of the OOPs concept, and if you know the different hardware used in the AR and
VR ecosystem then you can develop your career in this technology. Next in the list is Data Integration, ETL ETL refers to extract, transform and load,
and it is generally used for data warehousing and data integration. It enables companies to transfer
data from various sources, cleanse and reformat it and then load this data into a database
to analyze and support business operations. It is a crucial component in the development of business intelligence through data integration. The ETL process ensures that this data is
consolidated and stored in a data warehouse in a uniform presentation. Anyone with basic understanding of Databases or SQL can start their career
in this technology. The benefits an organization achieves with
ETL tool are: Enhanced Business Intelligence Increased Query and System Performance
Enhanced Quality and Consistency High Return on Investment There are many ETL tools available in market currently like Informatica, Oracle data Integrator Microsoft SQL Server Talend SAP Business object, IBM Datastage & Pentaho At number 6 in the list is DevOps. First, let’s make it clear that DevOps is
not a technology it is a practice which seeks to bring together software developers and operations staff to work on the same project in a more collaborative manner. It is a software development method that stresses communication, collaboration and integration between software developers and (IT) operation professionals. As the name indicates DevOps is a combination of Development and Operations. There are many benefits which we receive from DevOps model such as: Speed, Rapid delivery Reliability Scale Improved Collaboration and Security Some of the tools used in DevOps are GIT, JENKINS DOCKER, PUPPET CHEF, KUBERNETES & ANSIBLE There are many companies which are using DevOps now, like Amazon, Facebook, Netflix & google. If you have basic knowledge
of Linux systems, and have the ability to manage systems, applications and infrastructure, then you can build your career in DevOps. Next in the list is Data Analytics and Visualization We are witnessing a quantum leap in data produced by multiple sources but all the data in the world is useless if you can’t understand
it. Data Analytics and Visualization is about
how to present your data, to the right people, at the right time, in order to enable them
to gain insights most effectively. With the help of analytics and a right visualization tool, Organizations can identify future opportunities and an optimal solution for their existing
problems. Companies like Google, Facebook, Amazon, Apple, Netflix and Twitter, all are making better business
decisions with the help of data visualization. Some of the amazing data analytics and visualization tools are Tableau, Microsoft Business Intelligence, QlikView, PowerBI, Oracle Business Intelligence MicroStrategy, SAP Business Object, and SAS. If you have an analytical bent
of mind with basic knowledge of mathematics and have ability to understand data and find patterns in it then you should start your career in Data Analytics and Visualization. Number 4th is Big Data Big Data has been getting lot
of attention over the last few years. Big data refers to problems that are associated with processing and storing different types of data. Most of the companies today, rely on big data analytics to gain huge insight about their: customer, product research and marketing initiatives. There are several trends and innovations happening in this space. Industry experts are suggesting
that big data in the future will not be about what data to use but rather about what data to ignore. The focus will be more on data quality. Some of the trendy big data technologies that you can use to promote your business are: Hadoop, Apache Spark Apache Flink, NiFi Kafka, Apache Samza NoSQL With these tools the power of Big data and
mobility can truly elevate businesses to new levels. Using big data, Telecom companies can predict customer churn in a better way; Retail industries can predict what products will sell; Insurance companies understand how well their customers actually drive;
And even government election campaigns can be optimized using big data analytics. Of course, there are so many other applications of big data and there will be many new categories as the tools become more widespread. So, If you have good knowledge of Java, SQL and Linux, and you’re interested to work with large amounts of structured and unstructured data then surely you should accelerate your career in this space. Next in the list is cloud computing Cloud computing is the delivery of computing services such as servers, storage, databases, networking, software and analytics over the
Internet i.e. “the cloud” Companies offering these computing services are called cloud providers and typically charge for cloud computing services based on usage, similar to how you are billed for water or electricity at home. There are several advantages of cloud computing like Less Cost, 24 X 7 Availability, Fast and Scalable, and Better Security. There is a lot of competition out there in
the market. Some of the famous cloud provider companies
are: Amazon Web Services, SalesForce Microsoft Azure, IBM Cloud & Google Cloud If you have basic knowledge
of virtualization technologies and networking, then it would be good to have a career in
this booming technology. At number 2 in the list is Blockchain It is the future of internet. Like the name indicates, A blockchain
is a continuously growing list of records, called blocks that contain information for
the understanding of a common man, which are linked and secured using cryptography. It is the leading digital assets platform
which records and controls the monetary information. Blockchain is the technology that runs Bitcoin and Bitcoin is the world’s first cryptocurrency and cryptocurrency is the future of the economy. There are many benefits of using blockchain like it provides transparency
because anyone with access to a blockchain can view the entire chain. It also provides Immutability,
once a data/transaction is recorded on the blockchain, it cannot be reversed, there are
no practical ways of going back and changing or editing any data that has been recorded
on the blockchain. It also provides better security
against data being stolen or being misused. Without data being available
in one place, transaction can take place at a faster pace. It reduces cost as well. Beyond just financial services,
Blockchain technology has many potential applications in governance, insurance, retail, and Healthcare
The use of the blockchain is growing, and businesses are in need of skilled professionals to gain a competitive edge. So, to become a developer, you
need basic knowledge of OOPs distributed systems. And even a non-technical person with basic
knowledge of Banking and Finance can start the career in Blockchain. And the first technology in our list is Artificial Intelligence and Data Science. There is a lot of buzz about artificial intelligence and Data Science in the market currently. Data Science skills are increasingly being
used in the domain of Artificial Intelligence. Machine Learning which is a
subset of the Artificial Intelligence field needs a lot of the skills that a Data Scientist possesses like data cleansing, data wrangling, data parsing, building mathematical models, working with algorithms, and so on. So Data Scientists are being much sought-after in the Artificial Intelligence domain to build complex data models, train the machine learning systems with the right data, work with algorithms and make mathematical calculations. Data Scientists can also fine-tune the outcome of Deep Learning systems using statistics, probability and automation approaches. AI & DS is applicable in manufacturing, retailing, transportation, finance, health care and virtually every other industry. If you’re evaluating career options in this
emerging field, then you should have basic knowledge of Mathematics and
Probability with basic level of programming experience on any language. And if you have experience in Python then
it would be added advantage as nowadays Python is majorly used in the AI projects. By this we come to the end of this video. Now that we know what all technologies you should learn here is the list of training provided by Intellipaat:
Artificial Intelligence and Data Science Blockchain, Cloud Computing Big Data Hadoop, BI Tools DevOps, Salesforce, SAP, Programming and Databases To know more about these course, please visit our website www.intellipaat.com. Thank you for watching the video. If you have any enquiries, feel free to contact us. Do Subscribe to Intellipaat channel so that you can keep yourself updated on the latest technologies. Thank You.

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  2. very good video. I don't believe #8 is as important as everything else. IoT and cyber security are far more important and needed before Mixed and Virtual reality.

  3. Hi intellipaat,

    Am basically from system administrator and application administrator background.
    Can you please suggest me to which technology is useful to me learn…

  4. First of all good explanation…sir I need your suggestion I want to learn about EDI electronic data interchange..is there any growth in this field… can you please tell me about it… Thank you sir..

  5. Really good Video 🤗🤗🤗

    Much appreciated 😍😍😍

    I'm mainframe developer and currently learning Hadoop and Apache Spark and I would like to know how long the growth in big data technologies.

  6. 10. Internet of Things (IoT) 0:33
    09. Cybersecurity 1:30
    08. Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality 2:52
    07. Data Integration 4:24
    06. DevOps 5:26
    05. Data Analytics and Visualization 6:28
    04. Big Data 7:29
    03. Cloud Computing 8:56
    02. Block Chain 9:47
    01. 1Artificial Intelligence and Data Science 11:15

  7. I request everyone do not join any course from intellipaat, trainer knowledge is worst they will walk you only through slide shows no practical implementation. Even PPT are worst. It's a waste of money.

  8. Are u some class tutor because every coaching and training center were making money through advertising this but not giving that suitable or upto that level of knowledge that industry required. Taking lots of money and not providing jobs is the scenario in market.Training centers only making money through this

  9. Hello, my question is not about technology… Is just about Python…. May I know the essentiality of python when compared to other languages?

  10. Sir currently in 3rd year of BCA and want to pursue career in Database field without going for the Masters. Could you please guide me from where to start and what are the job opportunities in India. I am thinking of going for Oracle and get a certification of OCA. Guide me through the path sir. Thank You.

  11. I'm a helpdesk who works from home, which of these can land me the same type of work at home job, or work anywhere. Anyone one here? thanks

  12. Hi Team, I am in definite need of a career switch currently. I have been working in production support(monitoring and change management) for last 10 years now. Since I have no programming or scripting background, I am at loss from where to start as technological knowledge is of utmost importance everywhere. Furthermore, I may relocate to Canada by the year end, I am afraid I may face challenge as far as employment is concerned since I have no skills in my hand. Please advise for current in demand technology (like programing alongwith any secondary skills to go along) which I shall choose and I can train myself in next 6-7 months that can at least put me in the current skills industry to get a good job. I know it is said to go for my interest of study but since I am confused and not able to decide, I need some help here. Regards

  13. Great video. For each of the 10 Technologies identified in the video – What are the official Job Titles/Roles we should be aware of? Can you give an example for each? Thank you!

  14. I don't agree with ranking. Though it covers all the hot topic in today's era. For me , here is the list :
    1. Artificial Intelligence
    2. Block Chain
    3. IoT
    4. Cyber Security
    5. DevOps
    6. Data Science (it includes Big data , data visualization , ETL and more)
    7. Distributed Computing.
    8. Cloud Computing
    9. Full Stack developer
    10. RPA

    I don't have idea on Augmented reality. So, i won't comment on this. Though it is in market trend so it is one of the hot tech

  15. What r the technology courses r currently demand in market in hr means people soft n sap hr like this pls give me rply.

  16. Where is mobile development and web development? These are the most common type of work in the it which is not going anywhere till people are using web and smartphones!

  17. Please get me out of this which is best to learn python or devops as I'm mechanical background and had 3 years gap which suit and easy to learn as per your suggestion

  18. Thank You for this great video. Is 40 year old to old to learn ( Cybersecurity?) and land a job on that field?

  19. Owesome ça you please list for us where can we make diagrams such the diagram you did for internet of things thanks

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