Microservices in Healthcare Market Research Report –Forecast to 2030

Microservices in Healthcare Market Information By Component (Platform, Services, Consulting Services, Integration Services, Training, Support and Maintenance Services), By Deployment Model (On-premise, Cloud-based, Public cloud, Private cloud, Hybrid cloud), By End-User ( Healthcare payers, Healthcare providers, Clinical laboratories, Life science organizations) Forecast 2030

ID: MRFR/HC/5078-HCR | February 2023 | Region: Global | 100 Pages         

Microservices in Healthcare Market

The microservices in healthcare market is anticipated to reach USD 282.78 Million by 2030 at 21.40% CAGR during the forecast period 2022-2030.

Segmentation
By Component Platform Services Consulting Services Integration Services Training Support and Maintenance Services
By Deployment Model On-premise Cloud-based Public cloud Private cloud Hybrid cloud
By End-User Healthcare payers Healthcare providers Clinical laboratories Life science organizations
Key Players
Companies Profiled   NGINX Inc. (the U.S.)    Amazon Web Services    Inc.    (the U.S.)    Microsoft (the U.S.)    Salesforce.com    Inc.    (the U.S.)    Pivotal Software    Inc. (the U.S.)    CA Technologies (the U.S.)    Infosys (India)    IBM (the U.S.)    Oracle Corporation (the U.S.)    and Syntel (the U.S.).
Drivers
Market Driving Forces    Increase revenue generation for market participants.
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Microservices in Healthcare Market Overview


The microservices in healthcare market is anticipated to reach USD 282.78 Million by 2030 at 21.40% CAGR during the forecast period 2022-2030.Microservices are software services comprising self-contained components known as "microservices." They are deployable services that provide additional services and methods to application programming interfaces. They are supposed to be independent and loosely connected APIs. They're designed to provide smaller, more manageable code that can be reused across numerous applications. Microservices are becoming increasingly popular in healthcare due to their scalability, reliability, security, and performance.


The global market of microservices in healthcare is expanding rapidly thanks to the benefits of microservices, enhanced overall efficiency, and project delivery speed. Microservices provide speedier product delivery while also boosting service quality, propelling the market to new heights. Moving away from monolithic design has also become more affordable, fuelling the global market further. Moreover, the advent of a cloud-based deployment paradigm has opened up new options for important players. Product innovations, together with rising digital world demand and continuous development, have fueled market expansion enormously.


Microservices in Healthcare Market Segmental Analysis:


By Component



  • Platform

  • Services

  • Consulting services

  • Integration services

  • Training, support and maintenance services


By Deployment Model



  • On-premise

  • Cloud-based

  • Public cloud

  • Private cloud

  • Hybrid cloud


By End-User



  • Healthcare payers

  • Healthcare providers

  • Clinical laboratories

  • Life science organizations


Microservices in Healthcare Market Key Players:


Some of the key players operating in the global microservices in healthcare market are NGINX Inc. (the U.S.), Amazon Web Services, Inc., (the U.S.), Microsoft (the U.S.), Salesforce.com, Inc., (the U.S.), Pivotal Software, Inc. (the U.S.), CA Technologies (the U.S.), Infosys (India), IBM (the U.S.), Oracle Corporation (the U.S.), and Syntel (the U.S.).


Report Overview:


MRFR’s report offers an in-depth study of the current status of the market, industry trends, and a detailed study of the micro and macro-economic elements likely to influence the market foresight. It includes a market assessment of the major components, viz. platform and services. A revenue analysis covering cloud-based and on-premises deployment models is also available in the report. The important end-users identified in the report encompasses healthcare payers, healthcare providers, clinical laboratories and life science organizations. The regional analysis of the market spans across North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, and the Rest of the World.


Report Coverage:


The report covers a detailed study of the market forecast, historical trends, key dynamics, and market factor analysis which includes Porter's five forces analysis and supply chain of the market. An in-depth analysis of the key players’ market share analysis is also included in the report along with the value of the market by region as well as segmentation and a country-level study of each market segment.


Research Methodology:


MRFR employs fail-safe and robust methodologies for delivering impactful market intelligence. Data is curated through extensive primary and secondary research from sources such as interviews with key level executives (MDs, CEOs, VPs, etc.), surveys, SEC filings, whitepaper references, etc. Top-down and bottom-up approaches are leveraged after mapping the curated data in market spaces for validating the accuracy of the statistical observations. A multi-layer verification process further reaffirms the reliability of the information available in our reports.

Microservices in Healthcare Market Recent Development 


In order to digital healthcare in India, MyHealthcare recently introduced its MyHealthcare Enterprise Application (MHEA) for hospitals and healthcare institutions. The MHEA is the world's first single-screen hospital platform, featuring powerful AI-based Electronic Medical Records (EMRs) for outpatients, inpatients, and emergency room patients (ER). Through a task-based healthcare information management system, the MHEA ecosystem is built on a robust, highly flexible workflow engine that allows doctors and hospital teams to manage entire patient care and hospital operations (HIMS).


Elastic NV, the creators of Elasticsearch, recently announced new Elastic Observability capabilities and enhancements to serve current cloud-native settings, including better tail-based sampling for application performance monitoring (APM) and improved visibility across AWS cloud services. This tail-based sampling will help DevOps and site reliability engineering (SRE) teams reduce application performance blind spots in high-volume systems with millions of transactions by offering fine-grained control over trace sample circumstances.



Report Scope:

Report Attribute/Metric Details
  Market Size   USD 282.78 Million
  CAGR   21.40%
  Base Year   2021
  Forecast Period   2022-2030
  Historical Data   2020
  Forecast Units   Value (USD Billion)
  Report Coverage   Revenue Forecast, Competitive Landscape, Growth Factors, and Trends
  Segments Covered   By Component, Deployment Model and End-User
  Geographies Covered   North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, and Rest of the World (RoW)
  Key Vendors   NGINX Inc. (the U.S.), Amazon Web Services, Inc., (the U.S.), Microsoft (the U.S.), Salesforce.com, Inc., (the U.S.), Pivotal Software, Inc. (the U.S.), CA Technologies (the U.S.), Infosys (India), IBM (the U.S.), Oracle Corporation (the U.S.), and Syntel (the U.S.).
  Key Market Opportunities   Advent of a cloud-based deployment paradigm has opened up new options for important players
  Key Market Drivers   Rising digital world demand and continuous Technological development


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