A how-to guide for migrating healthcare integrations to the cloud without disrupting business as usual
Most healthcare organizations have deployed or migrated at least some portion of their infrastructure to the cloud. Healthcare leaders continue to move their infrastructure to the cloud for a variety of benefits including security, system resiliency, and scalability.
The reality of leaving some technology on-premises—for now—while moving others to the cloud presents the greatest challenge: connecting it all.
How do you migrate systems to the cloud while keeping integrations intact—or even improving them for cloud-based deployment? How do you manage integrations in a hybrid environment, with some systems in the cloud, others on-premises, or in multi-cloud environments? And should you migrate interfaces (or build new ones) on your own, or partner with someone who has experience in cloud-based integrations?
This guide, Moving health data integrations to the cloud, has the answers. You’ll learn how to:
Evaluate integration deployment options
Define your goals
Make a plan – and stick to it
Understand what it takes to migrate integrations
Plan for the best migration in 4 steps
Keep migration cutovers fast and flawless
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