Authors: Atif Farid Mohammad, Emanuel S. Grant, Scott D. Kerlin, Thomas A. Kokal
Big Data is the reality of our time, the velocity with which this Big Data is being accumulated can be optimized by using Cloud Computing. This has increased the use of service-oriented architecture (SOA) for the development of services later deployed in the Cloud.
This paper presents a Cloud Computing Monitoring Gateway using SOA 3.0 for secured transactions on Big Data, which is to introduce a novel secured way for big enterprises to conduct Big Data Analytics for their required transaction processing. In this paper, we describe a novel algorithm and corresponding cloud service as Cloud Monitoring Gateway (CMG).
The current service prototype simulates the behavior of actual Cloud Security Gateway Application (CSGA) using the algorithm called as TPALM (The Privacy Authentication Latency Management). This simulation is coarse-grained, but is capable of measuring the privacy authentication on the given variables of a legit user. We also present an evaluation of this service utilization on Big Data transaction processing sessions.
Keywords: Analytics, Big Data, Service, SOA, Software Engineering, System, Cloud Computing, Data Centre