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16-8-2018 12:00 AM

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Cloud computing relies upon the rapid distribution of data between multiple repositories to give the end user the quality of service that they expect. The data has to be distributed across multiple nodes to assure that no one node becomes a bottleneck. The end user expectation is for seamless and immediate services to support all of their information needs. The cloud service supplier, however, has to manage the available resources in a secure and cost-effective manner to satisfy and keep the customer. Secure Load balancing consequently, impacts the trust an end user may have in the use or purchase of a particular service, and influences the imputed trust and reputation a service supplier may hold. This paper provides a design solution to the tension between the end user and cloud service supplier expectations for secure load balancing by designing a trust evaluation framework in which the competing interests maybe adjudicated.

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Aug 16th, 12:00 AM

Satisfying Secure Load Balancing Expectations in the Cloud

Cloud computing relies upon the rapid distribution of data between multiple repositories to give the end user the quality of service that they expect. The data has to be distributed across multiple nodes to assure that no one node becomes a bottleneck. The end user expectation is for seamless and immediate services to support all of their information needs. The cloud service supplier, however, has to manage the available resources in a secure and cost-effective manner to satisfy and keep the customer. Secure Load balancing consequently, impacts the trust an end user may have in the use or purchase of a particular service, and influences the imputed trust and reputation a service supplier may hold. This paper provides a design solution to the tension between the end user and cloud service supplier expectations for secure load balancing by designing a trust evaluation framework in which the competing interests maybe adjudicated.