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Intelligent algorithms can help reduce disruptions in online services

When the Swedish Tax Agency website went down for nearly two days, thousands of people across Sweden were left frustrated. Users of Gmail, Slack, Facebook, Apple services, and other popular services also regularly experience delays and this type of disruptions. Olumuyiwa Ibidunmoye has developed automated algorithms for troubleshooting to prevent prolonged delays or disruption in services hosted in cloud computing servers.
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