[CloudRAID] 6. Conclusion and Outlook

This is the last post of the series of posts about the student research paper CloudRAID. The predecessor can be found in Markus Holtermann’s blog. 6. Conclusion and Outlook Figure 25: CloudRAID logo [Sch12] CloudRAID is a conceptual implementation of the idea bringing the RAID concept into the cloud. It shows how easy and efficient… [CloudRAID] 6. Conclusion and Outlook weiterlesen

[CloudRAID] 4. Implementation (Continuation)

This post is part of a series of posts about the student research paper CloudRAID. The predecessor can be found in Markus Holtermann’s blog. 4.3 Compression in RESTful API For a better performance regarding the network usage the RESTful API was implemented to support two different compression standards. Especially for data that is not stored… [CloudRAID] 4. Implementation (Continuation) weiterlesen

[CloudRAID] 3. Concept (Continuation)

This post is part of a series of posts about CloudRAID. The predecessor can be found here. The successor can be found in Markus Holtermann’s blog. 3.3.3 Database Design CloudRAID uses – as described above – an HSQL database for storing meta data of split files and information of user accounts. The database design can… [CloudRAID] 3. Concept (Continuation) weiterlesen

[CloudRAID] 3. Concept

This post is part of a series of posts about CloudRAID. The predecessor can be found in Markus Holtermann’s blog and the successor here. 3 Concept 3.1 Requirements The application has to meet several requirements. At first there are data-security, data-safety and data-availability derived from the weaknesses of cloud storage services (see chapter 2.2 Cloud… [CloudRAID] 3. Concept weiterlesen

[CloudRAID] 2. Basics

During the last year a fellow student of mine, Markus Holtermann, and I wrote a student research paper about how to provide availability, redundancy and security of data in the overall existing and “well known” cloud. In this context we additionally developed a prototype that we call CloudRAID. The software is licensed under the terms… [CloudRAID] 2. Basics weiterlesen