2018-2019 Final Year Projects For CSE


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Latest 2018-2019 FINAL YEAR YEAR Projects

1.Accelerator Virtualization in Fog Computing: Moving from the Cloud to the Edge

2.Boosting Energy Efficiency and Quality of Service through Orchestration Tools

3.PRTuner: Proactive-Reactive Re-Replication Tuning in HDFS-based Cloud Data Center

4.Cloud Computing and the New EU General Data Protection Regulation

5.Differentially Private Data Sharing in a Cloud Federation with Blockchain

6.The Cloud Service Broker in Multicloud Demand Response





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2018-2019 Final Year Projects For CSE,cse final year projects,2018-2019 final year projects for computer science students


Abstract: Cloud federation is an emergent cloud-computing paradigm that allows services from different cloud systems to be aggregated in a single pool. To support secure data sharing in a cloud federation, anonymization services that obfuscate sensitive datasets under differential privacy have been recently proposed. However, by outsourcing data protection to the cloud, data owners lose control over their data, raising privacy concerns. This is even more compelling in multi-query scenarios in which maintaining privacy amounts to controlling the allocation of the so-called privacy budget. In this paper, we propose a blockchain-based approach that enables data owners to control the anonymization process and that enhances the security of the services. Our approach relies on blockchain to validate the usage of the privacy budget and adaptively change its allocation through smart contracts, depending on the privacy requirements provided by data owners. Prototype implementation with the Hyperledger permissioned blockchain validates our approach with respect to privacy guarantee and practicality. Published in: IEEE Cloud Computing (





 

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