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Design of Secure Log System in Cloud Computing Environment
Lee, Byung-Do; Shin, Sang Uk;
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 Abstract
Cloud computing that provide a elastic computing service is more complex compared to the existing computing systems. Accordingly, it has become increasingly important to maintain the stability and reliability of the computing system. And troubleshooting and real-time monitoring to address these challenges must be performed essentially. For these goals, the handling of the log data is needed, but this task in cloud computing environment may be more difficult compared to the traditional logging system. In addition, there are another challenges in order to have the admissibility of the collected log data in court. In this paper, we design secure logging service that provides the management and reliability of log data in a cloud computing environment and then analyze the proposed system.
 Keywords
Cloud Computing;Secure Log;Log Data;Logging Service;
 Language
Korean
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