Multicloud for
Mission-Critical
Workloads
in Healthcare

The State of Multicloud for Mission-Critical Workloads in Healthcare

Five Key Takeaways

Study finds a significant number of healthcare organizations are investing and expect to increase investments in multicloud to run mission-critical applications. 

Despite multicloud complexity showing few signs of abating, most healthcare organizations are currently investing and expect to increase their investments in multicloud to run mission-critical applications. 

Healthcare organizations cited building and managing integration, compliance, performance, and data security across multiple clouds as the top factors contributing to the Multicloud complexity.

Multicloud investments will rise along with the expansion of managed services: 

  • 78% of healthcare organizations use between 2-4 cloud providers
  • 60% that use managed services had a positive impact on managing Multicloud complexities 
  • 97% of healthcare organizations using managed services today plan to increase or maintain their level of Multicloud spend over the next two years

For more insights like this and the top 5 key takeaways, download a full copy of our special report “The State of Multicloud for Mission-Critical Workloads in Healthcare,” a commissioned study conducted by Forrester Consulting.

The study details how organizations are leveraging multicloud environments to run mission-critical workloads, benefits, and challenges they face and the strategies they are applying to alleviate the multicloud complexity.

Read the Report

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* This special report is pulled from a July 2020-commissioned study conducted by

Forrester Consulting on behalf of Virtustream, "How Managed Services

Reduce Multicloud Complexity."