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Cloud computing architecture and vulnerabilies

  1. 1. POINTS OF DISCUSSION INTRODUCTION NEED OF CLOUD COMPUTING EVOLUTION ARCHITECTURES CHARACTERISTICS SECURITY ISSUES SECURITY REQUIREMENTS 2
  2. 2. WHAT IS CLOUD COMPUTING ?• Cloud computing is delivery of computing as service rather than as a product.• Enables on-demand network access to a shared pool.• Requires minimal management effort or service provider interaction.• It is UTILITY based system comprising of: 3
  3. 3. • It is collection of virtualized computers connected under SERVICE LEVEL AGREEMENT (SLA).• A service-level agreement is a part of a service contract where the level of service is formally defined.• It defines the role of third party control which includes: Negotiation of contract. Fulfillment in real time. QoS parameter. Monitoring. Enforcement. 4
  4. 4. NEED OF CLOUD COMPUTING• Cloud computing is a compelling paradigm.• The mission is to take computing on retail basis.• Making internet the ultimate resource of all computing needs.• Services are sold on a subscription or pay-per usage basis over internet. 5
  5. 5. 6Fig1:flow diagram of need of cloud computing [ref 2]
  6. 6. Evolution of cloud computing 7Fig2: Cloud computing evolution [ref 1]
  7. 7. 8Fig3: classification of cloud [ref 2]
  8. 8. Cloud Computing Architecture 9
  9. 9. SERVICE ORIENTED ARCHITECTURE (SOA) • SOA is an architectural pattern that guides business solutions to create, organize and reuse its computing components. • It is having a layered architecture each layer meant for performing different tasks.Fig 4 : Basic Architecture diagram of service oriented architecture [ref 2] 10
  10. 10. DETAILED SOA ARCHITECTURE DESCRIPTIONFig 5: detailed service oriented architecture description including all layers and their components.[ref 1] 11
  11. 11. • Individual Cloud Provider Layer: Each provider builds a data center that powers the cloud services it provides. Within each cloud there is request dispatcher working with virtual machine monitor to allocate the requests to available resources.• Cloud Ontology Mapping Layer: It masks the differences among the different cloud providers. Helps in migration of cloud application from one cloud to another. Storage ontology Computing ontology Communication ontology 12
  12. 12. • Cloud Broker Layer: It serves as an agent between individual CSP and SOA layer. It needs to fulfill following tasks: CLOUD PROVIDER INFORMATION PUBLISHING RANKING DYNAMIC SLA NEGOTIATION ON-DEMAND PROVISION MODEL• SOA Layer: Services are published as re-deployable packages. It contains following information and files: COMPILED CODE SOURCE CODE CONFIGURATION FILE 13
  13. 13. CHARACTERISTIC OF CLOUD COMPUTINGFig 6 : Various characteristics of cloud computing [ref 8] 14
  14. 14. CONCEPTUAL CHARACTERISTICS 15
  15. 15. SERVICE CATEGORIES The service provider provides services under following categories:Software is Provides a Virtualizespresented to the end development computing power,user on demand, platform with a set of storage andusually in a browser. services to assist on network cloud connectivity 16
  16. 16. Fig 7: service categories in a cloud with various components implemented at various levels [ref 6] 17
  17. 17. TECHINICAL CHARACTERISTICS LOOSE COUPLING:  Through virtualization or other technologies, the infrastructures are separated in logic. Users sets Uset1 , Uset2 , …, Usetm where (m ≥1). Providers sets Pset1 , Pset2 ,…, Psetn where ( n ≥1 ). Useti loose coupling with provider setj: Set (Useti Psetj ). User sets are independent: Useti ∩ Usetj =φ ( 0 ≤ i, j ≤ m , i ≠ j ). Provider sets are independent: Pseti ∩ Psetj =φ ( 0 ≤ i, j ≤ m , i ≠ j ). The loose coupling (cloud user connects to cloud Provider) sets are independent: Set (Useti1, Psetj1 )∩ (Useti2, Psetj2 ) =φ.Set (Usetgoogle ,Psetgoogle ) ∩ Set (Usetyahoo ,Psetyahoo) ∩ (Usetbing ,Psetbing ) =φ 18
  18. 18. Fig 8: Result of a survey conducted among IT giants to find out most crucial element that 19they are concerned about in cloud computing [ref 4 ]
  19. 19.  SECURITY: In cloud, data is distributed regardless of where your base repository of data is finally stored Personal data may be scattered in PRIVACY: various virtual data centers, even across the national borders. Servers in cloud have same problems as resident servers RELIABILITY: experiencing downtimes and slowdowns. By unthoughtful data sharing, various laws and government LEGAL ISSUES regulations may be violated. Data in the cloud should never become invalid even when the service provider go broke and LONG TERM VIABILITY: swallowed by other company.
  20. 20. Fig 9: information security requirements in various service categories of different computing models of cloudcomputing [ref 7] 21
  21. 21. • Identification & Authentication: Users must be validated by username-password authentication.• Authorization: Exerting control and privilege over information flow in the cloud.• Confidentiality: Information security protocols must be enforced at various layers of cloud architecture.• Integrity: Applying the due diligence within the cloud domain when accessing the data.• Non-repudiation: Applying traditional security protocols and token provisioning to data transfer.• Availability: Most critical security requirement as it is a key decision factor when choosing among different cloud models. 22
  22. 22.  Cloud computing is an emerging technology having many features from earlier technologies like grid and cluster computing. It brings infinite computability, good scalability, service on- demand, etc. The reliability, availability and other non functional properties are very good. There are still many challenges regarding security of data but that can be solved.
  23. 23. References[1] Wei-Tek Tsai, Xin Sun, Janaka Balasooriya “Service-Oriented Cloud Computing Architecture” in 2010 international conference on information technology, pp 684-689, © IEEE 2010.[2] Manish Pokharel, YoungHyun Yoon, Jong Sou Park, “Cloud Computing in System Architecture”, in Computer Network and Multimedia Technology (CNMT), 2009 , © IEEE 2009 .[3] Jianfeng Yang, Zhibin Chen, “Cloud computing research and security issues”, in International Conference on Computational Intelligence and Software Engineering (CiSE), 2010 , © IEEE 2010 .[4] Krešimir Popović, Željko Hocenski, “Cloud computing security issues and challenges” in MIPRO, 2010 Proceedings of the 33rd International Convention, pp 344-349 , © IEEE 2010.[5] Ilango Sriram, Ali Khajeh-Hosseini, “Research Agenda in Cloud Technologies”, © IEEE 2010.[6] Wikipedia- Cloud computing.[7] Ramgovind S, Eloff MM, Smith E, “The Management of Security in Cloud Computing”, © IEEE 2010.[8] Chunye Gong, Jie Liu, Qiang Zhang, Haitao Chen and Zhenghu Gong “The Characteristics of Cloud Computing” in 39th International Conference on Parallel Processing Workshops (ICPPW), 2010 24
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