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How Much Does It Cost To Hire A Cloud Developer?

Posted By Amrit Singh     December 15, 2021    

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So you have a brilliant idea for an app, and you're ready to get it in the hands of potential users. But how much will it cost to hire a cloud developer?

The first step to determining the cost to hire a cloud developer will be to define your needs. Rates can vary due to many factors, including expertise and experience, location, and market conditions. If you want an app that is more complex or requires more development, then you'll pay more.

For example, if you just need a basic iPhone app that includes very little functionality, then you can probably get it done for less than $10,000 (not including the design). On the other hand, if you need a highly customized web application that tracks sales data from across multiple platforms and devices, expect to pay more than $1 million for a full-scale project.

Next, is the level of experience a cloud developer holds. The cost of a project can vary greatly depending on the level of expertise required.

The most basic form of expertise is cloud development. This includes setting up your website and configuring your hosting options. A more advanced level of expertise includes customizing your site and developing new functionality. The most complex level requires developing completely new applications and integrating them with your website. 

The majority of freelance cloud developers charge by the hour or by the project. Hourly rates vary greatly depending on location and level of experience. It's possible to find freelance cloud developers with hourly rates as low as $25 per hour while others charge over $150 per hour.

As you dig into the details of the cloud developer cost, location factors highly be influenced. The cost of the region where you hire your talent impacts how much you will pay for your dev team.

Location is another variable that can impact a cloud developer’s cost. It’s no secret that you can leverage differences in purchasing power between countries to gain savings on talent.

For example, developers in Ukraine are about a third cheaper than their peers in the United States—but still nearly twice as expensive as developers in India. On average, a cloud developer in India costs about $4,000 per month, but is only half as expensive as those in the U.S.

Depending on the location and experience of your developer, you can expect hourly rates to range from $25-$250.

If you're building a custom cloud application, the cost will depend upon the design and functionality of your application. The most common type of application is a custom application development project. This includes budgeting, designing and coding of a cloud computing app with clear specifications. The cost will depend on the scope of the project and could range from $20,000 to $50,000.

Cloud applications are built using a combination of three different technologies:

  1. Frontend:  This is the part of the application that users interact with. It could be a website, an Android app or iOS app, an HTML5 front-end for a mobile website, or an API.
  2. Backend:  This is where most of the heavy lifting is done, like managing data and performing complex processing. With backend development, you can build almost anything by combining your choice of programming languages and frameworks.
  3. Database:  This stores all the data your cloud application requires. It can be relational or non-relational (NoSQL).


The cost of developing a cloud application depends on its complexity and requirements. "Complexity" here can refer to how many different technologies are being used in the application, or how many projects are involved in its development. The more complex the application, the higher the cost.


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