A Review on Cloud Computing: Design Challenges in Architecture and Security

Fei Hu, Meikang Qiu, Jiayin Li, Travis Grant, Drew Taylor, Seth McCaleb, Lee Butler, Richard Hamner

Abstract


Cloud computing is becoming a powerful network architecture to perform large-scale and complex computing.
In this paper, we will comprehensively survey the concepts and architecture of cloud computing, as well as its security and privacy issues. We will compare different cloud models, trust/reputation models and privacy-preservation schemes. Their pros and cons are discussed for each cloud computing security and architecture strategy.

Keywords


cloud computing, security, privacy, computer networks, models

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.2498/cit.1001864

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