I'm in the process of refining my DevOps skills, but my "Cloud" is more like a lot of scripted virtual machines and monitoring the system. For example, if I have Oracle VM Server, and I install Ansible, Docker, Kubernetes, etc., and I can do CI, provision VMs, containers, monitoring with Elastic...does that qualify as a Cloud?
What I might provision:
Developer needs CI. The developer uses Team Foundation Server which has CI calling Jenkins or something else, deploying.
Developer's App starts getting hit, a lot, hey, we need x, I scale up with more powerful VM. I scale out if the application is engineered to allow it. Database scaling, sharding, caching more, indexes, the whole DBA part.
*To me this is more DevOps. You understand both Dev and Ops world and know when Ops can't help anymore per se, and when an application needs engineering.
There are other things with the scripting and log monitoring.
But, I do not have true Cloud software like Azure, Oracle Cloud, and I don't have Faas.
I don't want to misrepresent myself as a Cloud Engineer or like title.