Which platform for a private/hybrid cloud?
My company is looking to deploy a private cloud, and we’ve been considering Eucalyptus, OpenNebula, Nimbus, vSphere, abiCloud and Joyent. I’m very interested in Eucalyptus and OpenNebula, since they are both open source, they have many features, they both support Amazon EC2 and Amazon APIs and they seem to be able to work with different...
| April 8, 2014 3:29 PM
, Cloud Computing
How can I use Amazon’s RRS for S3?
I’ve recently been looking at new storage options (particularly Amazon) and I’ve come across RRS within S3. I know it’s a bit cheaper than S3 because there’s less redundancy. But I’m having trouble figuring out if my data should use RRS rather than the standard S3. Can someone provide me more insight on how RRS...
| April 1, 2014 6:00 PM
I want to build a public cloud storage website like Dropbox, Skydrive, iCloud, Amazon S3, Sugarsync, etc.
Hi! I am an entrepreneur, and I’d like to start up my own cloud storage business from the scratch. All I have is a laptop and some money. Please, how do I begin? 1. What cloud storage Software should I install on my Windows 8 operating system to start with? 2. I don’t have a...
| January 17, 2014 1:56 PM
RDP issues via EC2
I’m using Hyper-V to build a VM on my machine so that I can RDP in. I used the API to export the VHDX to VHD and upload it to AWS. The problem is that I have no security keypair to access the newly created EC2. To solve this, I created a private AMI and...
| November 7, 2013 2:35 PM
, Virtual machine
Cache-based side channel attacks
Please help me find a new secure mechanism against cache based side channel attacks in the cloud. I found that ieee published a method for security against AES, RSA, BTB attacks to retrieve the secret key. It is architect based method. Can I do any modification to this work after implementing this idea? Please suggest...
| September 24, 2013 2:24 PM
cache based side channel
, cloud compting