Though I m not a IT person, I use all my common sense in getting across to people who already work in companies and find out the various verticals they are in.
Of late, I do find that the SAP Supply Chain Management professionals are in great demand. Let me explain with whatever I know from a MBA point of view. I have a MBA degree and I know the business side of it and then verified the IT side of it from my friends and relatives working in this domain.
Please do understand that as long as there are human beings, there will be hundreds of things that will be manufactured and transported. These also need to be delivered to customers physically and this cannot be done through computers. For example, you can order a masala dosa though an online platform but still there is a human being who will bring it to you and take your acknowledgement for it. The end to end delivery is also what is called Supply Chain Management.
Today, there are hundreds of start ups in this Supply Chain Management, which have taken up the total responsibility of organizing the end to end delivery of some commodity or the other. In other words, a company manufacturing cement will hand over this entire responsibility to this intermediate start up, which will then take on the mantle of organizing the delivery through its own Network. For example, if the cement bags have to moved in bulk between Bangalore and Hyderabad, this intermediate organization will do everything. Yes, everything. The marketing guy of the cement company can sit in his office and simply track the movement of goods that will be organized by the intermediate company on behalf of the cement company. Who bothers to have relationships with hundreds of truckers, negotiate rates, handle all the labor involved and so on? It is this intermediate company. This is similar to the A to Z marriages where the parents on either side happily watch the IPL match when the agency entrusted with the job will do all the running about to get everything in place at 7PM. (some IPL matches start at 4PM!!).,
Well, this is life for you. Your job will be safe and your career will simply take off in terms of back office support with all the sophisticated software that you need to have in terms of relationships with so many hundreds of vendors at different branches. This is one business that will never have a loss. It is what we call in Tamil Nadu as "vatratha jeeva nadhi"(the perennial river that never goes dry).
Hence, go to any institute that offers the SAP Supply Chain Management course and land in Bangalore. You are bound to get some job. Go through the experience route. Success will be yours.
Another thing is what I understand as Cloud Computing. I understand that there is a terrific demand for professionals in this area. You are sure to get a job.
You can choose either of these options. Yes, of course, I do not know anything about the questions you have raised. I do not know anything and am not in a position to answer that.
All the very best.