Sri Vasavi College SFW

Erode, India

Sri Vasavi College SFW

Erode, India

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Mallika N.M.,Sri Vasavi College SFW | Srinivasan B.,Gobi Arts and Science College
International Journal of Control Theory and Applications | Year: 2016

The development of Cloud Computing (CC) services is catching up speed due to which the rate at which the organizations do the outsourcing of their computational services or carry on their sale of their non-active computational assets. Security is a highlighted concern in cloud and distributed cloud systems. Limited control over the data may incur various security issues and threats which include data leakage, insecure interface, sharing of resources, data corruption, and data availability. During the occurrence of data corruption, the application's QoS requirement cannot have continuous support. In order to provide a clear vision and solving of these problems, this article attempts to identify the chief security issues and data corruption solutions in the field of cloud computing. Data replication is another issue in distributed systems. For the purpose of security, propose a Multilevel Differential Evolution Threshold (MDET) based secret sharing scheme of security for cloud computing, yielding an overview of the status of security currently present in this evolving technology. In MDET enhance the security of secret key in a distributed cloud environment. In the proposed work split secret into multiple shares and store them in different locations using MDET secret sharing scheme. Solve data corruption problem, Multi-Stage Stochastic Integer Programming (MSSIP) is adapted with the intuitive concept of Quality of Service (QoS) to conduct data replication. MDET secret sharing scheme create replicas of secret shares and distribute them among multiple resource providers to ensure availability. An experimentation result shows that the proposed MDET based secret sharing scheme, in addition to identifying the related vulnerabilities and threats along with feasible solutions when compared to existing state of art methods. © International Science Press.

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