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  • Title

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    A Model for Trusted Cloud Computing with Remote Attestation

    Authors

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    Muruganandam.V1, Revathi M. P2

    Keywords

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    Remote Attestation, Trusted Cloud, Reputation System, Trusted platforms Distributed authorization

    Issue Date

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    February 2017

    Abstract

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    Enforcing an interactive pattern in any association will force it to behave in the predictable way thorough which it can be secured against any unauthorized access leading to a trusted atmosphere. Security declaration in cloud computing atmosphere is a major challenge associated with lack of trust and vulnerability to unauthenticated access that requires the providers to secure virtualized data centers by preservative data integrity. An auditing scheme is a good way to prove owner’s data outsourced to the cloud are kept intact, and a scheme talented of giving unrestricted verifiability service is a good option that some researchers have accomplished to build for the last few years. However, in a public checking scheme everybody does confirmation of data and a possibility of permeable some conceal information to the community verifiers is an issue that data owners are unhappy with this consequence. For example, the data owner does not want anybody else to know he has the data stored in the cloud server. To improve the customer’s assurance on cloud, trust has to be restored by developing trusted computing model for various cloud services ranging from storage, network, and substructure to everything as a service. Experiments showed that besides achieved fine-grained attestation Rep-Cloud still suffered lower trust management overhead than prevailing trusted cloud proposals.

    Page(s)

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    1-4

    ISSN

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    2347- 4734

    Source

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    Vol. 4, No.1, February 2017

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