Secure Deduplication For Cloud Storage Using Memory Mapping Technique For Improving Performance And Security


Jibin Joy, Research Scholar (Ph.D.)
Department of Computer Science, Sri Krishna Arts and Science College, Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu, India.
Dr. S. Devaraju, Assistant Professor
Department of Computer Applications, Sri Krishna Arts and Science College, Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu, India


Data deduplication is a crucial technique for packing data and reducing duplication when transferring data. It is widely used in the cloud to restrict the usage of capacity memory and aids in transmission capacity sparing. Before redistributing data, an encryption mechanism is used to ensure the integrity of sensitive data during the deduplication process. The SHA algorithm is being used to save data in text format. To generate the security bits, padding is appended to the text. In de-duplication, it calculates the hash, i.e. hexadecimal number, string, and integer data. Hash-based de-duplication is the implementation of whole file hashing to the entire file. Text data’s hash values are considered to as feature properties. In contrast to traditional deduplication solutions, clients that transfer data to the cloud certify duplication inside the cloud data. In virtualization, both limiting primary memory size and memory blockage are considered important bottlenecks. Memory deduplication identifies pages with the same content and merges them into a single data file, reducing memory usage, memory parceling, and improving execution. In cloud storage, the MPT is used to deduplication so that it is used in single copies of the same data for different data owners. If any data users try to replicate the same data, it will be mapped and related to the archive data, implying that the data can’t be stored away. To ensure cloud data security, encryption techniques are used to encrypt data throughout deduplication procedures and prior to outsourcing cloud data.