Performance and Cost Evaluation of Adaptive Architecture with dual Layer Encryption

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Barma Udayashanth Kumar
N.Poorna Chandra Rao
Dr.S.Prem Kumar


Cloud Computing is a developing service situated space which performs Primitive services as IaaS,PaaS and SaaS alongside A Cloud database management system framework (CDBMS) is an appropriated database that conveys registering as an service rather than an item is called as DBaaS (Database as an Service) . Enhancing classification of data put away in cloud database it is a critical commitment to cloud database. Information encryption is the ideal answer for accomplishing classification. In some local technique, encode the entire database through some standard encryption calculation that not permits the any sql operation specifically on the cloud. This formal arrangement influenced by workload and expense would make the cloud database service badly designed. We propose a novel Adaptable architecture for encryption of open cloud database as autonomous encryption architecture which performs double layer encryption keeping in mind the end goal to secure Cloud database too client protection with information honesty. Versatile encryption permits any sql operation over encoded information. The novel cloud database architecture that uses versatile encryption strategy with no transitional servers. This plan gives cloud supplier the best level of secrecy for any database workload. We can focus the encryption and versatile encryption expense of information secrecy from the exploration perspective.

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Barma Udayashanth Kumar, N.Poorna Chandra Rao, and Dr.S.Prem Kumar, “Performance and Cost Evaluation of Adaptive Architecture with dual Layer Encryption”, Int. J. Comput. Eng. Res. Trends, vol. 2, no. 9, pp. 570–574, Sep. 2015.
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