A Survey: Query Processing Techniques for Secure Cloud Databases
N.Swetha,, Prof. S Ramachandram, , ,
Affiliations Research Scholar, Dept. of CSE, Osmania University, HyderabadPrincipal, Dept. of CSE, Osmania University, Hyderabad.
The Major challenge in cloud computing is to manage distributed cloud. Traditional relational database
management systems (RDBMS) are a choice but they are not compatible to measure crossways large clusters of distributed
servers. Therefore changeovers to RDBMS have been developed. The development of new database management systems
(DBMS) for the cloud computing environment or flexibility of the existing systems to the cloud computing environment is a
critical component of cloud computing research. This paper focuses on the study of a relational database system based on
holomorphic encryption schemes to preserve the integrity and confidentiality of the data. And also examines various SQL
queries over encrypted data. And this paper helps in focusing where research is needed.
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