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A Study on Service Security Framework for SW-IaaS Cloud
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 Title & Authors
A Study on Service Security Framework for SW-IaaS Cloud
Choi, Myeonggil; Park, Choonsik; Jeong, Jaehun;
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 Abstract
Cloud computing-related security incidents have occurred recently are beyond the scope of a enterprise`s security incident is expanded to the entire range of customers who use the cloud computing environment. The control technology for the overall integrated security of the cloud data center is required for this purpose. This study research integrated and additional security elements for the cloud data center control to understand the existing control technology. It is a better understanding of the IaaS cloud environment to build the IaaS cloud environment by CloudStack. SW-IaaS cloud structure by combining CloudStack and IaaS cloud model presented by NIST is proposed in this study. This paper derive a security framework to consider in each layer of The SW-IaaS cloud components, which are composed of the Cloud Manager, Cluster Manager, and Computer Manager.
 Keywords
Cloud Service;Security Framework;IaaS Cloud;
 Language
Korean
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