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Cloud Computing and Storage Issues

Brijesh Aggarwal, Birender singh Rawat, Dishant Passi

Abstract


This paper talks over security issues for cloud computing & presents a layered framework for secure clouds and then focus on layers, i.e., the storage layer & the data layer. Cloud computing is a set of IT facilities that are as long as to a customer over a network on adhoc basis and with the ability to scale up or down their service requirements. Generally cloud computing services are distributed by a third party provider who owns the groundwork. Its advantages to mention but some include scalability, flexibility,resilience, efficiency & outsourcing noncore actions. This paper will converse secure merged query handing out with map Reduce & Hadoop. Security is one of thekey issueswhich block the development of cloud. Even with the potential advantages achieved from the cloud computing, the organizations are unhurried in accepting it due to security issues and dares associated with it. The idea of handling over important data to another company is worrisome; such that the consumers need to be vigilant in understanding the risks of data breaches in this new environment. This paper introduces a comprehensiveanalysis of the cloud computing security issues and tasks focusing continuouslyon the
cloud computing types and the service delivery types. This paper describes our approach to securing the cloud.


Keywords


access control, bottom-up design, data mining, data layer, Cloud computing.

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