A Brief Study of Risks Associated with Multi-Tenant Software Architecture in Cloud Environment
|© 2022 by IJCTT Journal|
|Year of Publication : 2022|
|Authors : Praveen Sengar, Meetendra Singh Chahar, Amit Kohli, Abhay Shanker Mudgal|
|DOI : 10.14445/22312803/IJCTT-V70I9P101|
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Praveen Sengar, Meetendra Singh Chahar, Amit Kohli, Abhay Shanker Mudgal, "A Brief Study of Risks Associated with Multi-Tenant Software Architecture in Cloud Environment," International Journal of Computer Trends and Technology, vol. 70, no. 9, pp. 1-5, 2022. Crossref, https://doi.org/10.14445/22312803/IJCTT-V70I9P101
Cloud computing has acquired a lot of significance in previous years and is growing rapidly. Because of virtual machines, different clients can share one single machine by sharing its database, resources and hardware. Security inside the cloud is of principal significance as the interest and use of cloud computing incrementally. Multi-tenancy particularly acquaints with exclusive security risks with Cloud computing because of more than one tenant using similar actual PC hardware and having similar software and data. Multi-tenancy is a software architecture model which implies a server runs a software instance for each tenant yet serves various tenants. A tenant is an intelligently discrete client or association utilizing a common shared environment. Each tenant has its data access, authorizations, privileges, and permissions. Tenants have imparted admittance to predefined privileges to a particular software occurrence they use. As associations relocate to the cloud and fabricate new cloud-local application stacks, they face numerous accounts and membership tenancies across various cloud suppliers. While there can be security advantages to utilizing separate accounts, such as strong isolation and privilege control capabilities, there are some major Multi-tenancy security issues to know about. The upsides of a multi-tenant software architecture go past productivity and cost savings for your association. Multi-tenant likewise offers significant advantages to clients and end clients. However, gambles, particularly connected with security, should be considered too. This paper examined different risks related to multi-tenant software architecture in the cloud environment.
Multi-tenant, Multi-tenant software architecture, Cloud security, Cloud computing, Virtual machine.
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