Authorization Based Secure Data Transaction in Cloud Computing

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Volume-11 Number-9
Year of Publication : 2014
Authors : V.Vamsikrishna , P.Boominathan


V.Vamsikrishna , P.Boominathan. "Authorization Based Secure Data Transaction in Cloud Computing", International Journal of Engineering Trends and Technology (IJETT), V11(9),446-449 May 2014. ISSN:2231-5381. published by seventh sense research group


Analyze in cloud computing be in the receipt of distributed process in transacting database utilize over cloud servers entities work in the evidence of authorization that are given an explanation for collection certified proof of authority. The proof and status it’s corrected and collects over the expended a point of time duration below the threat of process an authority policy of the client confident actuality not available circumstances. In this paper we focus on the felt finding of the problem we are defining the normal understanding trusted transaction when we are dealing with the proof of authorization in cloud computing and users can obtain there computation and storage to servers and it is also called cloud. Cloud can make available for use different like application ex (Google apps, what’s app) a large amount of data stored in clouds it’s highly quick to detect security and privacy. It is more important problems in cloud computing. The users must authenticate itself before initialization of any transaction it must be make sure that the cloud are other clients the cloud computing it keep the clients accounts is the facts it outsources the cloud computing itself responsible to the service part from the specialist solution make sure the secure and lack of disturbance and it is also require for code implementation.


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Authorization, Security, Two phase validation protocol, two phase validation commits protocol.