M.Tech Research ScholarAssistant ProfessorHead of the Department Department Of CSE, G.Pullaiah College of Engineering and Technology. Kurnool JNTU Anatapur, Andhra Pradesh, India
-Expense and versatility advantages of Cloud storage administrations are evident. Notwithstanding, selecting
a solitary storage service provider limits accessibility and versatility to the chose supplier and may further cause a
merchant lock basically. In this paper, we introduce Meta Storage Capacity, an unified Cloud storage framework that can
incorporate differing Cloud storage suppliers. Meta storage Capacity is a very accessible and versatile circulated hash
table that imitates information on top of assorted storage service. Meta Capacity reuses instruments from Amazon's
Dynamo for cross-supplier replication and thus acquaints a novel methodology with oversee consistency-inactivity tradeoffs
by amplifying the customary majority (N; R; W) configurations to an (np; R; W) conspire that incorporates distinctive
providers as an extra measurement. With Metastorage, new means to control consistency-inertness tradeoffs are
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