healthcare cloud applications

It seems like the country is getting back on its feet, with millions of COVID-19 vaccinations being distributed every day. But unfortunately, we are not in the clear yet. 2020 was an unprecedented, challenging year, but it is crucial to remember that in 2021 we are in the pandemic’s fourth wave.

 According to an article by AARP, a dangerous “factor is pandemic fatigue. The combination of a year of restrictions and the growing availability of vaccines leads some to “let their guard down and socialize more and do more things,” a spokesperson says. “But doing so could result in devastating consequences,” and health experts are pleading for Americans to be cautious, wear masks, get vaccinated and stay the course.”

Another set of contributors that have led to the continuation of the pandemic are the different variants. “More-contagious variants have been gaining a foothold, and new cases are almost 20 percent higher than they were at the lowest point in March,” According to New York Times. We are all craving normalcy and stability. This comes as no surprise as we have been in this pandemic for over a year now and are still trying to get to the other side. 

The pandemic has not only impacted the way we socialize but also the economy, where restrictions have caused significant hardships for those whose livelihood has been affected by the lockdowns, such as restaurants, salons, and more. 

The healthcare industry has provided a massive dose of hope for ending the pandemic. Healthcare cloud applications are currently receiving more traffic than ever before. With the need for scheduling treatments, patient information, healthcare research, and vaccine distribution, healthcare cloud applications need to be scalable, responsive, and reliable.

Aren’t cloud applications already reliable?

Not really.  With random peak increases in traffic, and developers pushing new features all the time, applications need to be right-sized and scaled accordingly. Many developers try in vain to do this task manually, and doing so can be detrimental to the cloud application.  It’s literally impossible to keep modern applications in optimal performance by human effort – they are way too complex.  For example, a 3 service app with just 2 parameters each has combinations in the Trillions.  That is why you need AI to do this work – This is what Opsani has built.

Why is manual tuning hurting your cloud application?

When an application is not correctly scaled, end-users will encounter a performance lag or a stoppage in service. These issues are very often a result of random, higher than expected traffic in cloud applications.  The usual response is for the application owner to try to scale the application using current “horizontal” tools – this invariably leads to significant overages in cloud spend without making the underlying app more reliable.

As seen with the Facebook and Instagram outage, it is evident that any application is vulnerable to outages, even very well-known ones.  Healthcare industry cloud applications and portals are every bit as vulnerable as other SaaS applications, and at a time when the world needs them to stay up and running.  

This is why we are offering a one-year subscription license of Opsani Continuous Optimization as a Service to healthcare organizations for their key, mission critical applications.

Here’s how we are going to do it.

Our software will ensure that we can keep your application’s performance optimized. Opsani uses AI and machine learning to simultaneously tune all the key parameters of your cloud app, ensuring the best performance, lowest cloud spend, and best app reliability.  This optimization cannot be done by humans, as the number of combinations of parameters and value settings for even 5 or 6 parameters is in the trillions.  Our customers generally see a 10-30% performance improvement, along with a 30-50% reduction in cloud spend, and experience the best reliability of that SaaS application.  With Opsani, you will always have the best chance to reach your patients and professional colleagues through your cloud applications without having to worry about the potential failure of your application due to lack of tuning, optimization, or cloud resource utilization.

What are we offering for your cloud application?

We will provide a free one-year subscription license to healthcare organizations involved in pandemic treatment, response, research, or distribution of medications. We already have significant interest from several healthcare organizations, and we want to help your application as well. Opsani’s software has a retail value of $100,000 for a one-year license per SaaS application, and we want to put it in your hands for a zero licensing fee. We need a 15 min conversation with you to determine the technical specifics for your application and then help you get it implemented. 

We thank all of you for your heroic efforts over the last year+ of this deadly pandemicWe want to help.  Please visit Opsani Healthcare to learn more and to tell us if you want to take us up on our offer.