Enhanced Independent Access to Encrypted Cloud Databases

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Jollu Jayachandrudu
M.Sri lakshmi
Dr.S.Prem Kumar

Abstract

Now a days huge amount of data in a cloud will be placed any where in in light of the discriminating way of the applications and it is imperative to keep up secure clouds and the significant security challenge with clouds is that the information's proprietor might not have control of where the information is set on the grounds that if one needs to abuse the advantages of utilizing cloud computing then this necessity forces clear information administration decisions, for example, the first plain information that must be available just by trusted gatherings that do exclude cloud suppliers or middle people and Internet.In instance of any un-trusted connection then the information must be encrypted by which we fulfills these objectives that has distinctive levels of intricacy relying upon the sort of cloud services.In this paper we propose Enhanced Independent Access to Encrypted Cloud Databases such as a Secure DBaaS as the first solution that allows cloud tenants to take full advantage of DBaaS qualities such as availability then reliability and elastic scalability without exposing unencrypted data to the cloud provider and the architecture design was motivated by the goal to allow multiple or independent and geographically distributed clients to execute concurrent operations on the encrypted data including SQL statements that modify the database structure.

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Jollu Jayachandrudu, M.Sri lakshmi, and Dr.S.Prem Kumar, “Enhanced Independent Access to Encrypted Cloud Databases”, Int. J. Comput. Eng. Res. Trends, vol. 2, no. 9, pp. 589–593, Sep. 2015.
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