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Cloud Computing: It’s Security and Introduction to Amazon Web Services

  • Utsa GhoshEmail author
  • Supriyo Dolui
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Part of the Learning and Analytics in Intelligent Systems book series (LAIS, volume 12)

Abstract

Cloud is a collection of computing and network resources served with an overlay of virtualization which provides one-stop solution for scalability, elasticity, security and agility for same. Virtualization layer allows the user to access these computing and networking power as infrastructure, platform, software and functionality served with an overlay. It also provides robustness and reliability and has on-demand access to compute and store resources lies within the cloud–service providers, but it has some disadvantageous too. Like all software, hardware and almost all application data are stored and deployed in the cloud platform, the distrust between cloud suppliers and users are often arrived. So, some enterprises do not support believing in cloud computing. Amazon Web Services (AWS) cloud computing is the trusted cloud service provider. It has benefits like easy to use, no capacity limits, reliable and provides speed. The main aim of this paper is to understand cloud computing, it’s security concerns and AWS.

Keywords

Cloud Computing Data security Cloud storage Fault tolerance Trusted computing Amazon Web Services Cloud security levels AWS Cloud computing security Data storage 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Department of Electronics and Communication EngineeringSiliguri Institute of TechnologySiliguriIndia
  2. 2.Department of Civil EngineeringSiliguri Institute of TechnologySiliguriIndia

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