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2011 IEEE Third International Conference on Cloud Computing Technology and Science
How to Track Your Data: The Case for Cloud Computing Provenance
Athens, Greece
November 29-December 01
ISBN: 978-0-7695-4622-3
Provenance, a meta-data describing the derivation history of data, is crucial for the uptake of cloud computing to enhance reliability, credibility, accountability, transparency, and confidentiality of digital objects in a cloud. In this paper, we survey current mechanisms that support provenance for cloud computing, we classify provenance according to its granularities encapsulating the various sets of provenance data for different use cases, and we summarize the challenges and requirements for collecting provenance in a cloud, based on which we show the gap between current approaches to requirements. Additionally, we propose our approach, Data PROVE, that aims to effectively and efficiently satisfy those challenges and requirements in cloud provenance, and to provide a provenance supplemented cloud for better integrity and safety of customers' data.
Index Terms:
Cloud Computing, Data Provenance, Trust
Citation:
Olive Qing Zhang, Markus Kirchberg, Ryan K.L. Ko, Bu Sung Lee, "How to Track Your Data: The Case for Cloud Computing Provenance," cloudcom, pp.446-453, 2011 IEEE Third International Conference on Cloud Computing Technology and Science, 2011
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