Cloud computing offers enterprises a method to access computing resources on-demand. This allows enterprises to save on capital expenses related to periodic hardware upgrades, maintenance and energy costs. However data traversing in cloud, leads to data breaching and data loss by third party intruders affecting the managing and reliability of sensitive information. A virtual private network, VPN, is a typical way of interconnecting networks over a public network infrastructure securing data transferred across the private subnets. The goal of this project is to provide VPN as a service using virtualized VPN software, essentially making the VPN yet another building block for a service in the cloud.
Bandaru Vyshnavi - Faculty of Computing, Blekinge Institute of Technology, Karlskrona, Sweden.
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LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing
Cloud, VPN, security, virtualization
COMPUTERS / General