Improving Cloud Service Reliability through AI-Driven Predictive Analytics


  • Maloy Jyoti Goswami


Cloud Computing, Service Reliability, Predictive Analytics, Artificial Intelligence (AI),Proactive Management.


In the dynamic landscape of cloud computing, ensuring the reliability of services is paramount for meeting the evolving demands of users and businesses. This paper proposes a novel approach leveraging Artificial Intelligence (AI) based predictive analytics to enhance cloud service reliability. By harnessing the vast volumes of data generated within cloud environments, predictive analytics techniques such as machine learning and statistical modeling can forecast potential service disruptions and proactively mitigate risks. The foundation of this methodology lies in the comprehensive analysis of historical performance data, including resource utilization, network traffic patterns, and system logs. Through advanced algorithms, the system identifies correlations and patterns indicative of impending failures or performance degradation. These insights enable proactive measures to be taken, such as preemptive resource allocation adjustments, workload redistribution, or even automated fault remediation. Furthermore, the integration of AI-driven predictive analytics facilitates adaptive resource management, allowing cloud infrastructures to dynamically adjust to changing conditions and optimize service delivery in real-time. By continuously learning from past incidents and adapting to new scenarios, the system evolves to become increasingly adept at preventing disruptions and optimizing resource utilization.




How to Cite

Maloy Jyoti Goswami. (2024). Improving Cloud Service Reliability through AI-Driven Predictive Analytics. International Journal of Multidisciplinary Innovation and Research Methodology, ISSN: 2960-2068, 3(2), 27–34. Retrieved from