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Schemes for Verification of Resources in the Cloud: Comparison of the Cloud Technology Providers

  • Adam SulichEmail author
  • Tomasz Zema
  • Piotr Zema
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Part of the Studies in Computational Intelligence book series (SCI, volume 887)

Abstract

Cloud technology providers differ from each other not only by the level of their computing cloud abstraction level but also by different computing environment conditions. The most efficient, one-use verification scheme is a hash-based function scheme that processes the entire single file per single-use. Data possession verification schemes are feasible even on mobile devices. One solution for single-use would be to delegate cyclical verification to a private server or other cloud computing. Response times to challenges can be used as proof of having resources such as computing power. Due to the powerful computing and storage, high availability and security, easy accessibility and adaptability, reliable scalability and interoperability, cost and time effective cloud computing is the top, needed for the current fast-growing business world. This work provides classification, which may help to survey of several existing cloud computing services developed by various projects globally such as Amazon, Google, Azure, Open Stack and Eucalyptus. Similarities and differences in the architecture approaches of cloud computing were identified in this chapter.

Keywords

Cloud computing Industry 4.0 Reliability management 

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Acknowledgements

The project is financed by the Ministry of Science and Higher Education in Poland under the programme “Regional Initiative of Excellence” 2019–2022 project number 015/RID/2018/19 total funding amount 10,721,040.00 PLN.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Wroclaw University of Economics and BusinessWroclawPoland
  2. 2.Wroclaw University of Science and TechnologyWroclawPoland
  3. 3.Capgemini Software Solutions CentreWroclawPoland

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