Another typical use case is to detect and recycle inefficient workflows. A workflow can be inefficient when it is very expensive, keeps failing, or turns into a legacy workflow as business goals shift. The majority of these workflows are left unattended in the platform without proper governance. They eventually compete for resources with crucial production workflows on the platform and impact the performance of all other workflows. With WorkflowGuard, DWP is able to bring attention to these workflows hidden underneath the surface, and automatically depriorize/suspend/delete the workflows before they could potentially degrade the entire service.
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