According to a report by Nutanix,  India can expect to see a sharp increase in hybrid multicloud adoption in the next three years. The present hybrid multicloud usage in India is set at 12 per cent and is expected increase five-fold (63 per cent) by the next three years. The key reason behind this would be the increase in infrastructural diversity along with a major emphasis on data storage, management , security and services. 

As per the Nutanix Enterprise Cloud Index, nearly 48 per cent of the organisations in India leverage more than one type of IT infrastructure, including a mix of private and public clouds, multiple public clouds or a hosted data centre along with an on-premise data centre. This number is expected to reach 87 per cent in the three years, beating global ECI average by 13 per cent. The cloud cost control is one of the top IT management challenge, as 58 per cent of respondents are concerned about it.  The majority were in support of having full visibility of where their data is stored, as only 31 per cent reported having that visibility, showing significant room for improvement. There has been a six per cent increase from previous years in terms of shifting applications across environments. 64 per cent did it to enhance control over their applications and 58 per cent to meet their sustainability objectives.