Cost Effective Cloud Storage Interoperability Between Public Cloud Platforms

Yassine Serhane(1*), Abderrahim Sekkaki(2), Karim Benzidane(3), Mehdi Abid(4)
(1) Computer Science Department, Laboratory of Research in Computer Science and Innovation University Hassan II, Faculty of Sciences Ain Chock Casablanca, Morocco
(2) Computer Science Department, Laboratory of Research in Computer Science and Innovation University Hassan II, Faculty of Sciences Ain Chock Casablanca, Morocco
(3) Computer Science Department, Laboratory of Research in Computer Science and Innovation University Hassan II, Faculty of Sciences Ain Chock Casablanca, Morocco
(4) Computer Science Department, Laboratory of Research in Computer Science and Innovation University Hassan II, Faculty of Sciences Ain Chock Casablanca, Morocco
(*) Corresponding Author

Abstract

With recent advancement in technology, cloud storage became cheaper enabling organizations around the world to store more data on the cloud (texts, images, videos, databases etc.), whereas it’s for a backup, archiving or just storing data streams. New digital laws and regulation (eg. General Data Protection Regulation) require these organizations to change their way of processing or handling data, which results usually in a change of cloud providers or adoption of hybrid architecture or multi-cloud one. With the amount of data stored increasing year after year, it becomes difficult for these organizations to change cloud platforms or cloud provider and migrate their data without thinking about the technical complexity, the time and the huge cost it may incur.

This article discusses the data migration and interoperability issues between cloud platforms; the proposed approach provides a simple cost-effective migration that would help organizations save time and money in this process based on a  hybrid ontology approach for the brokerage of data transfers..

Keywords-Cloud Computing; Storage; Security; data; migration; cost optimization;

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Institute of Computing, International Journal of Communication Networks and Information Security (IJCNIS)               ISSN: 2073-607X (Online)