DESIGN OF MULTI USER STORAGE SYSTEM FOR MONITERING CLOUD COMPUTING SERVICE TOOLS
Cloud computing is an emerging model of business computing. In cloud computing, client can use and retrieve the services anytime by using any smart devices to manage complex computing processes and to access very large data storage. The developers have recognized the required of a multi USER storage system that can help in utilizing the cloud power, enhancing its functionality and improve its performance. In this paper, we discuss the architecture of Multi-user storage System which primarily focuses on the price negotiation mechanism between cloud users and providers. This system presents a perfect way for scalable and open systems that are changed dynamically. The model is based on cooperative and collaborative USERs and is managed. Also this architecture is designed so that it can monitor the user’s jobs while they are being processed.
Key Words: Cloud Computing, Multi-user storage System, Cloud Data Storage, Security Framework and Cloud Service Provider.
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