Multi copy dynamic data in cloud Computing

Dr Gowaramma Y P
2017 International Journal for Research in Applied Science and Engineering Technology  
cloud computing is used over network of host servers on Internet to store, process, share and manage rather than local server or personal computer. And there is rapid increase of organization opting for outsourcing data to remote cloud service provider. Customers should pay for the cps storage infrastructure to store and retrieve unlimited amount of data by paying in the measures of gigabytes/month. For more scalability, availability and durability. User might even want their data to get
more » ... data to get replicated on multiple server across different data centers. More of the copies, more the customer is asked to pay. So, the customers need to have a strong belief that the cps will store all the data copies that are agreed upon in the contract and all the copies should be synchronized with the modifications that has been done by the customers. In this paper, we are trying to propose a map-based provable multi copy dynamic data possession (MB-PMDDP) scheme that has the respective features: The customers will have an proof that the services provider is not cheating by storing only fewer copies The customers will be supported with block-level operation,i.e. block-level modification ,insertion, deletion and append. Only authorized users can access the file copies stored by the cps. The proposed MB-PMDDP is an extension of dynamic single copy schemes. This analysis will be validated on experimental results on a commercial cloud platform and also provide security against clouding serves and identify the corrupted copies by addition modification in the proposed scheme.
doi:10.22214/ijraset.2017.4169 fatcat:2ilriteuhfhwvgq4ab4y3vzvyi