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FGSA for optimal quality of service based transaction in real-time database systems under different workload condition

  • Mohammad Sharfoddin KhatibEmail author
  • Mohammad Atique
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Abstract

A Real-Time Database System is referred to as a transaction execution system which is administered to manage different workloads. To store and to retrieve data onto distinctive application services database systems are utilized. Unfortunately, in most situations, Quality of Service (QoS) and security are detected separately. In order to overcome the issues an efficient real-time database system is introduced, which mainly focused on the optimization of QoS requirement (response time) as well as security strength by arbitrarily changing the security mechanisms (IDPSs) based upon the request from users. To achieve this goal, here we propose a Firefly Gravitational Search Algorithm (FGSA) to optimize the user requesting security policies under different workloads (number of user requests). The database system suffers from intrusion (attack) due to more number of users requesting for the security policies at a time. Due to this, the security of the database system may be decreased. To enhance this, combination (mix) of IDPSs (Intrusion Detection Prevention Systems) is utilized. In our environment, the number of used IDPSs is adopted to represent the effectiveness of the database system. From the simulation result, it is verified that FGSA shows better performance when compared to the existing algorithms in terms of the security strength, response time, IGD as well as with the fitness measure.

Keywords

Firefly Gravitational search Intrusion detection prevention Quality of service Transaction Real-time database 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Faculty of Computer Science & EngineeringAnjuman College Of Engineering and Technology, SadarNagpurIndia
  2. 2.P.G. Department of Computer Science and EngineeringSant Gadge Baba Amravati UniversityAmravatiIndia

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