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PDDS - Improving cloud data storage security using data partitioning technique

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3 Author(s)
C. Selvakumar ; Department of Information Technology, MIT Campus, Anna University, Chennai, Tamil Nadu, Indian ; G. Jeeva Rathanam ; M. R. Sumalatha

Cloud storage system enables storing of data in the cloud server efficiently and makes the user to work with the data without any trouble of the resources. In the existing system, the data are stored in the cloud using dynamic data operation with computation which makes the user need to make a copy for further updating and verification of the data loss. An efficient distributed storage auditing mechanism is planned which over comes the limitations in handling the data loss. In this paper the partitioning method is proposed for the data storage which avoids the local copy at the user side by using partitioning method. This method ensures high cloud storage integrity, enhanced error localization and easy identification of misbehaving server. To achieve this, remote data integrity checking concept is used to enhance the performance of cloud storage. In nature the data are dynamic in cloud; hence this work aims to store the data in reduced space with less time and computational cost.

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Advance Computing Conference (IACC), 2013 IEEE 3rd International

Date of Conference:

22-23 Feb. 2013