International Journal of Cloud Computing
| Editor in Chief: Prof. Yi Pan |
ISSN online: 2043-9997
ISSN print: 2043-9989
4 issues per year
Cloud computing refers to computing with a pool of virtualised computer resources. A cloud can host different workloads, allows workloads to be deployed/scaled-out on-demand by rapid provisioning of virtual or physical machines, supports redundant, self-recovering, highly-scalable programming models and allows workloads to recover from hardware/software failures and rebalance allocations. The idea is to move desktop computing to a service-oriented platform using server clusters and huge databases at datacentres. IJCC addresses innovative developments, research issues/solutions in cloud computing and related technologies.
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- Dew helps ground cloud services
When our medical records are all in the cloud and available to be discussed among our healthcare professionals via online networks for diagnostics, treatment, and training purposes, how will we, as patients, know that our sensitive and personal information remains secure and private? This could be especially problematic as connected mobile devices become increasingly common [...]
- FAPA cloud protection
As cloud computing becomes increasingly prevalent, the need for protection against malicious attacks on servers becomes more pressing. Now, US computer scientists have developed FAPA, a flooding attack protection architecture, to protect users of cloud systems. They report details in the aptly named International Journal of Cloud Computing. Kazi Zunnurhain, Susan Vrbsky and Ragib Hasan [...]
- Seven security concerns in the cloud
The basic concept of cloud computing emerged in the 1950s when mainframe computers were coming to the fore and users would instigate processing from their dummy terminals. However, in modern parlance, cloud computing represents much more in that the dummy terminals are no longer simple input/output devices but might themselves be high-powered desktop workstations, laptops, [...]