The DiSARM project has developed a number of algorithms to support disease control efforts. Most of these algorithms have been written in a way that allows them to be deployed on servers accessible on-demand via an API. This allows them to be called over the web via an HTTP request and therefore provides a mechanism to integrate them into user interfaces and other pipelines. For example, the Google directions API allows users to find the optimal route between two or more points. This algorithm can be accessed directly using code, or indirectly via Google maps. There are a number of other algorithm APIs that provide other functionality, from identifying contents of images to converting addresses to latitude/longitudes.