Online ISSN: 2515-8260

Keywords : Service


Analyzing the Performance of Cryptographic Algorithms in Cloud Environment

Devi. T; Ganesan. R

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 4, Pages 2314-2323

People across the globe are very much interested in using latest technology at a lower cost. This is the reason for popularity of cloud services with the help of Internet across the globe. Storing of data in cloud is one of the major functions as outsourcing reduces the burden of local storage and issues related to them. The research focus is on protection of data stored on cloud which is usually sensitive data or private data as well. The protection mechanisms should be in such a way that the mechanisms for protection should be stringent thereby preventing access by the attackers. Manipulation by intruders should also be prevented. Cryptography helps in changing the critical data to a unreadable form so that manipulation by outsiders is not possible. In order to provide security, several approaches and algorithms are available. These algorithms are used based on the requirement of the user or the organization. The paper compares various algorithms available to secure the sensitive data stored in cloud. Key size of the algorithms are compared along with the performances based in the expenses produced in their usage. The results are shown in table which show the algorithms suitable for the purpose of encryption in cloud.

Deep Analysis of ITIL Framework for Improvement of Indian IT Services in Industries

Ras Bihari Dayal; Rahul Chandra Kushwaha

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 4, Pages 2243-2249

This research article proposes a model of management based on the methodology that the Infrastructure Library of Information Technologies (ITIL) raises through the life cycle of the service. In the development of this investigation, areas, groups interdisciplinary and tools that satisfy the problem of complex relationship between business and technology. As part of the methodology of this study, a bibliographic inquiry was carried out and analyzed operational experiences of the object of study, which were related to the alternatives and disciplines that the ITIL methodology proposes. As a result of the investigation, a model of management that relates areas, groups, roles