Hadoop Trust Management for Mobile Cloud Computing Security

  • Sumant Raj Chauhanr, Gagan Markan, Sunil Kuma Chawla, Mehzabeen Kaur


Data and computation reliability and security are the main concern in favor of user’s cloud computing amenities Today’s clouds characteristically put central, general confidence in every one cloud’s node. Thisbasic,full-faith representation has the negative outcome of amplifying possible spoils as of node compromise, leaving such clouds susceptible to countless attacks. HATMAN (Hadoop Trust Manager) decentralizes faithfrom side to side computation imitation in clouds to make sure computation integrity. Their model executions embody the primarycomplete-scale; data-centricrepute basedconfidencemanaging system ofthe HADOOP cloud. Itusespeer to peerideasin favor of completely scattered loo many where peer is that master node commencing every one cloud. Every one cloud does not bond among every additional cloud in the lay to rest cloud, some what they bond near zero otherwise extra cloud base lying on some policy. Standing calculation be incompetent because module name Reputation Manager is introduce during each clouds toward perform job. That are not understandable how the response is providing beginning single examine near an additional. Although here is strong proofto EigenTrust and like trust management approachlevelto network by huge number of data nodes namenode scalability be not incredibleour study. Hadoopmake use ofparticular namenode have been recognized in prosebecause a possibleholdupin addition tosome current workis explorepossibility of distribute namenode computation and Meta data. HATMAN benefit from these advancement, because they suggestopportunity to additionalextensively distributed its expectation matrix metadata.

How to Cite
Mehzabeen Kaur, S. R. C. G. M. S. K. C. (2019). Hadoop Trust Management for Mobile Cloud Computing Security. International Journal of Control and Automation, 12(5), 506 - 514. Retrieved from http://sersc.org/journals/index.php/IJCA/article/view/2683