Functional Outsourcing of Linear Programming in Secured Cloud Computing

PATHAN AHMED KHAN,  MR. M.A WAHEED FAROOQI


ABSTRACT-

Cloud Computing makes it possible for patrons with constrained computational assets to outsource their enormous computation workloads to cloud, and economically enjoy the massive computational vigor, bandwidth, storage, and even proper software that may be shared in a pay-per-use manner. Security is the predominant trouble that stops the huge adoption of this promising computing mannequin, principally for patrons when their exclusive data are consumed and produced for the period of the computation.

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2 thoughts on “Functional Outsourcing of Linear Programming in Secured Cloud Computing”

  1. There is no doubt about the facts projected in the abstract. However, one would have expected an explicit the authors to delineate what they mean by LINEAR PROGRAMMING, and to indicate their purpose in the research. The topic seems to be leading the readers to think that the focus would be on LINEAR PROGRAMMING and its functioning aspect: FUNCTIONAL OUTSOURCING, in the circumstance where there is a SECURED CLOUD COMPUTING. the abstract centred around the importance of cloud computing. Besides, the word “security” as used in the abstract is vague. Best wishes. On Aug 13, 2016 10:02 AM, “International Journal of Research” wrote:

    > umeshkumar4ijr posted: “PATHAN AHMED KHAN, MR. M.A WAHEED FAROOQI > ABSTRACT- Cloud Computing makes it possible for patrons with constrained > computational assets to outsource their enormous computation workloads to > cloud, and economically enjoy the massive computational vigo” >

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