IJSEA Archive (Volume 3, Issue 2)
International Journal of Science and Engineering Applications (IJSEA) (Volume 3, Issue 4 - July-Aug 2014)
A Secure Multi-Service Network Connectivity in Cloud Technology
Jayanthi Vagini K,Hemalatha M,Amarnath C.T.K
Keywords: Storage, Service Bus, Access Control, Load Balancer, Cloud Computing;
Cloud computing transforms the way of information technology (IT) by consuming, managing, promising improved cost efficiencies, accelerated innovation, faster time-to-market, and the ability to scale applications on demand. Here the Secure service is considering a key requirement for cloud computing consolidation as a robust and feasible multipurpose solution. In this paper, we propose secure multi-service network connectivity between on-premises and cloud through various services in cloud environment. To provide dynamic scalability for various applications, there has been an increasing trend in business organizations to outsourcing their data to remote cloud at Cloud Service Provider (CSP). In addition, in order to provide cloud-centric building blocks and infrastructure in the areas of secure application connectivity used by Service Bus and Access Control services, designed specifically to the cloud. All external connections come through a load balancer, which is a key to Cloud computing. Here the two main areas of compute and storage functionality as a cloud service.
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title = " A Secure Multi-Service Network Connectivity in Cloud Technology ",
journal = "International Journal of Science and Engineering Applications (IJSEA)",
volume = "3",
number = "4",
pages = "101 - 106",
year = "2014",
author = " Jayanthi Vagini K,Hemalatha M,Amarnath C.T.K ",