A STRONG CHARACTER MANAGEMENT METHOD IN THE FEDERATED CLOUD

Anjali Ajmeera, Dr. Sk.Abdul Nabi

Abstract


In highly dynamic and distributed cloud services, managing trust between cloud users and cloud services is a challenging challenge. Guaranteeing access to the trust management service is a major challenge due to the dynamic nature of the cloud environment. Comments from users in the cloud are a good source of quality to consider the overall reliability of cloud services. In our work, we highlight the improvisation of trust management in the cloud by proposing new ways to verify the reliability of trust comments and design a new trust management framework based on the cloud-based cloud. This framework will take advantage of techniques to identify persuasive proposals from malicious ones. In this context, trust is delivered as a service in which the Trust Management Service covers several distributed nodes to handle comments by decentralized means. The new cloud-based trust management framework provides many functions to distribute trust as a service, including a new procedure to demonstrate the credibility of trust comments and protect user privacy, represents a great credibility to measure trustworthiness of comments to handle cloud services of malicious users; Application of the decentralized credit management service.


Keywords


Virtual Network Embedding; Federated Cloud; Reputation; Trust;

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