IJMTES – A SEMANTIC APPROACH TO OVERCOME ISOLATION FAILURE IN CLOUD COMPUTING FOR DATA TRANSMISSION

Journal Title : International Journal of Modern Trends in Engineering and Science

Author’s Name : D.Alphonse Hermelin Nancy | M.Shruthi | M.Sushmitha | M.A.Gunavathie unnamed

Volume 03 Issue 08 2016

ISSN no:  2348-3121

Page no: 6-8

Abstract – Storage cloud systems achieve economies of scale by serving multiple tenants from a shared pool of servers and disks. This application authenticates the user and authorizes the request prior to carrying it out. If the cloud server is unable to execute the current request we go in for the proposed system. In the proposed system we follow four techniques to get uninterrupted services by sharing cloud resources among cloud servers. The techniques followed are resource sharing using reputation method, resource sharing using fixed price method, resource sharing using volunteer method, resource sharing using auction method.

Keywords— cloud;resource sharing; reputation; peer-to-peer;trust evaluation model 

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