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Promising Solutions for Multicopy Dynamic Data Possession in the Cloud
Swathi S M1 Deepak M2
PG Student 2Assistant Professor
1,2
Department of Computer Science Engineering
1,2
Sai Vidya Institute of Technology, Bangalore
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Abstract— Plenty of organizations are increasingly
outsourcing their data into the cloud service providers (CSP).
Because of the safety and security purpose of their data many
customers want their data replicated and store on the multiple
servers among multiple data centers. In this paper we
presents secured and guaranteed multi copy dynamic data
possession in the cloud (SG-MDDP). The SG-MDDP
scheme consists of many features like: 1) The Scheme gives
an efficient evidence to the customer that CSP is storing all
the copies that is agreed upon the service contract that it not
storing lesser copies by cheating customers; 2) The scheme
supports the block level dynamic data operations. After
outsourcing the data to the CSP the customers can do
operations like insertion, deletion and modifications; 3) In
this scheme only authorized users can access copies of data
which has been in the servers by the cloud service providers.
Before outsourcing the data to the CSP all the data will be in
the encrypted form, only authorized users can decrypt that
data by using secret key. As we already know that the
customers data which has been stored in the servers will in
encrypted form so it will provide very good security for data
copies.
Key words: Cloud Computing, Outsourcing Data, Dynamic
Data, Security, Privacy, TPV, TPA

Lots of researches has been introduced for the
different PDP schemes over many cryptographic
assumptions [1-5]. Providing the environment of dynamic
data for different technologies and applications is one of the
best design principle for outsourcing the data to the server.
Because of the dynamic data behavior insertion, deletion
and updating is done by the authorized users. In earlier days
PDP scheme was only concentrated on static data, once the
data has been outsourced to the CSP the data owner
couldn’t change their sensitive data which has been stored
in the server [1-5] .
A. The main contributions of the proposed scheme

I. INTRODUCTION
Cloud computing is an efficient technology for storing large
amount of data, it usually uses internet and the servers for
storing the data. The cloud computing usually have lots of
definitions, the cloud computing is considered as the
centralized data base where it will stores the data , retrieves
the data and process the data from central remote servers
among different data centers. One of the best example can
give for cloud computing is Gmail, by using the internet
connection you can immediately start sending the emails.
The server and email management is totally done by the
cloud service provider. The cloud computing have different
types of service providers like Google, Microsoft, yahoo,
Amazon etc. The three types of services which is provided
by the cloud storage of data in remote servers are – 1)
Platform as a service (Paas); 2) Software as a service (Saas);
3)Infrastructure as a service (Iaas ). Plenty of organizations
are focusing on cloud because of these three services.
The cloud computing is based on the principle payonly-for-what-you-use model Providing confidentiality and
integrity checking [2] to the sensitive data of customers is
one of the big challenge for the cloud computing. Validating
the data Integrity checking is done by the PDP technique on
the servers. The data owner stores their data in the remote
server which is untrusted, the data just stores the file in the
CSP and he will deletes local copy of the during this
situation for providing the proof the server is possessing the
original data the verifier is used. The verifier is the trusted
one who can shares the information with the data owner.

The proposed Secured and Guaranteed Multiple copy
Dynamic Data Possession in the cloud (SG-MDDP)
provides an efficient guarantee to the user that cloud
service provider stores all the data copies which has
been mentioned and agreed in service contract.
However the proposed scheme supports outsourcing of
the dynamic data block level operations that is
insertion deletion and modification, outsourced data
has been stored in the multiple servers.
The authorized users have the right to access the data
which has been stored by the data owner. It will
provide the good security for the customers by
modifying the proposed scheme for finding the
corrupted copies in the servers.
The proposed SG-MDDP scheme is based on the small
data structure which is metadata that is also called as
map-version table.
II. SYSTEM MODEL

A. System Model
Based on the storage model of the cloud computing the
work of this system model has been done. The system
mainly consists of 3 components: 1) The sensitive data
which is originally processed by the data owner which may
be organization that is stored in the cloud; 2) The paid
storage space is usually provided by the cloud service
provider (CSP) which is used to store the owners data and
the remote servers are always managed by the cloud service
provider; 3) Only the authorized users can access the data
from the remote servers. Where the data has been stored:The authorized users are the clients who will be under the
data owner who are having right to accessing the data from
the servers.
Many practical application has been taken for
storage model using in this work. For example E- Health
application it is one of the efficient application used in this
work. The E-Health application consists patients database
that is very sensitive and confidential that has been stored
in the remote servers. In the E-Health application data
owner is considered as organization and authorized users are
doctors, the doctors will be having the right to access the

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patients database. The storage model can also uses other
applications like scientific, business, educational, financial
and many other applications.

Fig. 1: Storage model of cloud computing
III. PROPOSED AND IMPLEMENTATION OF THE SG-MDDP
SCHEME
A. Outsourcing, Updating and Accessing the Data
The data owner has the data file F and it consists of m
blocks. The cloud service provider will stores will stores the
data file blocks into n copies i.e ( F1, F2, F3,….,Fn) on the
multiple servers among the multiple data centres, for
preventing the failure of the copies which has been stored in
the cloud. The number of data copies which has been stored
in the servers is based on the amount of data stored by the
customers. For achieving the efficient scalability the large
number of data file copies must be store that is mainly for
the critical data/unfavorable data which is very difficult to
reproduce. The customers sensitive data should be stored
multiple copies on the multiple data centres and for the noncritical and reproducible data , the data has to be stored in
less amount of storage redundancy because it very easy to
reproduce.
The privacy model of the cloud service provider is
depends upon the number of copies has been stored by the
customers. The outsourcing the data to the CSP the data
owner will encrypts whole data for providing the data
confidentiality. Once data has been outsourced all copies of
file he can also do dynamic operations. To perform the
block level operations for all the copies which has been
stored the data owner will interact with the cloud service
provider. The data owner can do operations like insertion,
deletion, modify and append for each block of all file
copies.
B. Data Replication
Data replication is one of the best copying of the data from
one computer to another computer database or one server to
another server databases by the frequent electronic copying
technique, because of this technique all users will shares
same kind of data. Without disturbing to other workers the
authorized users can access their data by the using the
concept of distributed database. The normalization
technique has been used for the purpose of the data
replication for eliminating data inconsistency among many
users.

Fig. 2: Individual challenge performed by the client for
replica f and the server s by multiple replica – PDP
operation
For reducing the access delay the proposed scheme
replicating the data in to different data centers. Selecting the
data replication site is one of the important according to the
history of the accessing the data. For determining the users
replication site location the weighted k-means clustering
user location is used, Each and every cluster has the replica
as central port. The CSP will stores the users data into
different cloud data centers based on cost based replication
of data.
C. Map Version Table
Once the data has been outsourced to the cloud service
providers the verifier must validate the consistency and he
integrity of all the copies. Map version table (MVT) is a
small dynamic data structure which will be in the verifier
side. The MVT consists of 3 columns that is: 1) Block
Number (BN); 2) Serial Number (SN); 3) Block Version
(BV). The index part of the file is serial number it will
shows the physical position of the block in the file. The
Block Number is the counter logical numbering of the file
block is done by this counter.

Fig. 3: MVT changes due to the dynamic operation on data
copies
By mapping the block number and serial number
will view the relation between BN and SN. The current
version of file blocks is nothing but block version. Each
block will be 1 when block version initially has been
created. Block version will be incremented by 1, if any
particular block has been updated. For storing unlimited no
of copies the verifiers keep only one table. The number of
copies which has been stored in the servers does not
depends upon the verifier side storage requirements.
IV. RELATED WORK
A. Storing the data in untrusted CSP using PDP technique:
In this topic we can see the concept of provable data
possession (PDP). The PDP will allow s the client to store
large amount of data in the server, which is not trust worthy.
The PDP scheme will provides the efficient probabilistic
proofs of the possession by providing the sets of blocks by

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the server. The random sets of blocks which in the server
will automatically reduces input and output cost. For
verifying the proof the user will motivates a static or
constant amount of the meta data, because of this the
network communication will be decreases.
Compare to the previous solution or results this
concept introduces two types of provable and secure data
possession scheme that produces best solutions when
compare to the previous results but it provides weakest
guarantee when compare to other scheme. Due to the large
overhead of data. The server is slow.

Fig. 4: Provable Data Possession Protocol
The performance of the PDP is depended on the
input and output disk, not because of cryptographic
computation.
B. Data Dynamics Public Verifiability for Data Integrity
Checking
Cloud computing is the best technology in that data integrity
checking is the efficient technology .now a days many
researchers are mainly focusing on providing the public
verifiability and also for large amount of dynamic data file
protocols. With the help of third party auditor the existing
protocols will supports data dynamics and also public
verifiability features. In this concept the Sebe’etal. Protocol
has been used for supporting public verifiability. Without
the help of the Third Party Auditor (TPA) the proposed
scheme will supports public verifiability feature.
Sometimes the customers private information is
leaks to third party verifier (TPV), the proposed scheme will
provide the best security and efficient correctness to the
protocol in the formal analysis. The proposed data integrity
checking protocol will provide good performance by
experimental and also theoretical solutions. It has become he
trend for storing the large amount of data in the cloud.
V. CONCLUSION
The proposed SG-MDDP supports the outsourcing the
multiple copy data dynamics. In the above scheme including
accessing and storing the data it will updates the data which
is stored in the CSP, Multi copy dynamic data possession is
the first proposed scheme in PDP concept. By using single
secret key the authorized users can access the data from the
CSP which is shared by the data owner. Public verifiability
is also supported by our proposed scheme.
The proposed scheme reduces computational
scheme and also it reduces the computation storage
overhead because large number of verifiers are connected to
the cloud service provider. The map based model will
provides the less computational cost .The entire data copy

files can be reconstructed even after the complete damage of
data stored in CSP .By slightly modifying the proposed
scheme it supports feature of identifying the corrupted
copies stored in the CSP.
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