RECTIFICATION OF INFORMATION AND DYNAMIC REALLOCATION OF BLOCKS IN CLOUD

Rahul Pradev. R, Hari. S, Dr. Balakumar. P, Kapila Vani. R. K

Abstract


Cloud computing induced tremendous number of stakeholders who can outsource the resources at various levels. The security implementations towards for the user’s satisfaction has been a major challenge for all the cloud service providers. Even though various security methodologies are adopted, there may rise some breaches or lack of concentration or carelessness by the stakeholders, using which the intruders can penetrate and act upon the information over the cloud. To avoid those categories of disasters and to serve the customers back with their initial atomic information, the cloud service is coupled with a third-party verifier. We propose a verifier who monitors the transitions and actions over the cloud in random selections, and performs recovery, if the information has been affected. The intruder’s most liked information, over which the corruption occurs, is dynamically reallocated after it is rectified to its initial state by the verifier. Hence, we implement a new architecture, where the verifier is established as an intermediate between the users and the service providers. To enhance security the information is split into blocks and stored in multi-cloud environment, so exact retrieval of the entire information by hackers becomes tedious and impossible.


Keywords


Blocks spilt, dynamic reallocation, multi-cloud, recovery, verifier.

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