Theoretical and methodological aspects of assessing the security of cloud it components according to the criteria of existing standards.

Keywords: computing of clouds, system administrator, computing cloud system, computing cloud environments, cloud computing management security


Computing of clouds provide the admittance to the collection of computational possessions like storage of network and services. These possessions can be resealed and prompt with the minor efforts of the management because they have a scalable and dynamic environment. As a service the cloud computing offers the computing infrastructure, development of the stage as well as software and web applications like the model of pay as you go for the customers. Services are measured as the infrastructures as services (IAAS), Platform as a Service (PAAS), and the service software (SAAS) in diligence. In the research, we deliberate the Assessing the Security of Cloud It Components according to the criterion of obtainable principles. Methodology. In the advancement of the cloud computing metrics hierarchy, we covenant with the cloud computing management security with the GQM methodology. The main intention of the hierarchy proposed is to develop index for the security which entirely explained the security level in an estimate computing cloud environment. On the stride of the index for the security, we compute the index for the security to compute the allocation index. This allocation index will help in the management of the priorities set with a strong security prejudice. In this, we elucidate the slant for computingcloud management by use of security as a standard. Scientific review. The most enviable prerequisite of the computing of the cloud is to shun waste the underused possessions and mount the point of the response rate in the shortage of resources. In the latest literature in the administration field prioritization provision of the resources, we noticed that algorithm is preferred for the energy proficient management of the computing cloud environments. The metrics for the security use as instrument to provide the status about the information of security. Conclusion. In this editorial, we projected a management method for the computingcloud  by using the criteria for the security. We accessible the 2 approaches to resource management. These strategies pact with the granularity and scalability in the computing cloud system. The security index covey the level of the security in the cloud computing environment in the modeled with metrics hierarchy. The biggest gain of using this approach is that it ropes the hierarchical decomposition that makes the model more scalable and disseminated.


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Zalialetdzinau, K. (2022). Theoretical and methodological aspects of assessing the security of cloud it components according to the criteria of existing standards. COMPUTER-INTEGRATED TECHNOLOGIES: EDUCATION, SCIENCE, PRODUCTION, (48), 31-35.
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