Gold Coast, Australia
Oct. 19, 2009 to Oct. 21, 2009
DOI Bookmark: http://doi.ieeecomputersociety.org/10.1109/NPC.2009.35
Performance is a critical aspect for all kinds of security solutions. The Lock-Keeper is a high-level security solution which implements the concept of physical separation. To evaluate and predict the performance of Lock-Keeper, the internal data transfer process has to be analyzed and simulated. As the Lock-Keeper consists of three independent systems, connected through a hardware-based switch, with file-based communication, the internal data transfer process is relatively complex. In this paper, we propose a mathematical model which can be used to formally represent most of the Lock-Keeper data transfer scenarios. The model is verified by practical experiments for three different application scenarios. We conclude that the performance of the Lock-Keeper system highly depends on the application scenarios.
Lock-Keeper, Perfomance, Model
Sebastian Roschke, Feng Cheng, Thanh-Dien Tran, Christoph Meinel, "A Theoretical Model of Lock-Keeper Data Exchange and its Practical Verification", NPC, 2009, Network and Parallel Computing Workshops, IFIP International Conference on, Network and Parallel Computing Workshops, IFIP International Conference on 2009, pp. 190-196, doi:10.1109/NPC.2009.35