AZERBAIJAN NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES
DEVELOPMENT OF COLLABORATIVE RISK ASSESSMENT METHOD FOR DYNAMIC FEDERATION OF CLOUDS (azerb.)
Fargana C. Abdullayeva

The article suggests an approach for the providing of the dynamic federation of clouds. An approach is based on risk assessment technology and allows the use of cloud federations without the need of identity federation. Here for the solving of this problem first of all an important factors which are capable of seriously influencing of the information security level of clouds are selected and then hierarchical risk assessment architecture is proposed based on these factors. Then by applying of the AHP methodology cloud provider’s risk priority vectors are formed and on the basis of this vector fuzzy logic based risk value calculation is provided. (pp. 46-58)

Keywords: cloud computing, federation, risk assessment, multi-tenancy
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