ABOUT CLOUD COMPUTING PROJECT 2012-2013
Real Time Project Center embarked on a journey to harness the potential of cloud computing in 2012-2013 when the cloud was still in its nascent stages. Recognizing the paradigm shift it represented, the center dedicated its resources and expertise to enable students and professionals to explore the vast opportunities this technology offered. During this transformative period, Real Time Project Center offered a diverse range of cloud computing projects, from cloud-based data storage and management systems to cloud-based applications and services.
These projects not only provided valuable learning experiences but also addressed real-world challenges faced by organizations migrating to the cloud. The cornerstone of Real Time Project Center‘s approach was hands-on learning. Students and professionals were encouraged to immerse themselves in the cloud computing projects, gaining practical experience that set them apart in the competitive tech industry. This approach not only enhanced their technical skills but also boosted their confidence and problem-solving abilities. To ensure the relevance and quality of their projects,
Real Time Project Center actively collaborated with industry experts and professionals. This collaborative effort not only kept their projects up-to-date with the latest industry trends but also provided students and project participants with valuable insights into the real-world applications of cloud computing.
The 2012-2013 cloud computing projects undertaken by Real Time Project Center left an indelible mark on both the local and global tech communities. Many of the participants went on to become leaders and innovators in the field, and the center’s legacy continued to inspire the pursuit of excellence in cloud computing. Real Time Project Center in Chennai remains committed to its mission of fostering innovation and providing hands-on training in emerging technologies. With cloud computing continually evolving, the center continues to adapt, ensuring that students and professionals stay at the forefront of this transformative field.
IEEE CLOUD COMPUTING DOMAIN LIST 2012-2013
|1||Achieving Secure, Universal, and Fine-Grained Query Results Verification for Secure Search Scheme over Encrypted Cloud Data|
|2||Provably Secure Key-Aggregate Cryptosystems with Broadcast Aggregate Keys for Online Data Sharing on the Cloud|
|3||Cost Optimization for Dynamic Replication and Migration of Data in Cloud Data Centers|
|4||A Secure and Verifiable Access Control Scheme for Big Data Storage in Clouds|
|5||Privacy Protection and Intrusion Avoidance for Cloudlet-based Medical Data Sharing|
|6||On the Security of Data Access Control for Multi authority Cloud Storage Systems|
|7||Temporal task scheduling with constrained service delay for profit maximization in hybrid clouds|
|8||Identity-Based Private Matching over Outsourced Encrypted Datasets|
|9||User Differentiated Verifiable File Search on the Cloud|
|10||Two-Cloud Secure Database for Numeric-Related SQL Range Queries with Privacy Preserving|
|11||Cost Optimization for Dynamic Replication and Migration of Data in Cloud Data Centers|