Personal storage grid architecture : consuming cloud data space resources
Lim, M-G.; Wu, S.; Simon, T.; Rashid, M.; Helian, N.
Citation: Lim , M-G , Wu , S , Simon , T , Rashid , M & Helian , N 2010 , ' Personal storage grid architecture : consuming cloud data space resources ' International Journal of Grid and High Performance Computing , vol 2 , no. 3 , pp. 17-30 . DOI: 10.4018/jghpc.2010070102
On-demand cloud applications like online email accounts and online virtual disk space are becoming widely available in various forms. In cloud applications, one can see the importance of underlying resources, such as disk space, that is available to the end-user but not easily accessible. In the authors' study, a modern file system developed in linux is proposed, which enables consuming of cloud applications and making the underlying disk space resource available to the end-user. This system is developed as a web service to support cross operation system support. A free online mail account was used to demonstrate this solution, and an IMAP protocol to communicate with remote data spaces was used so that this method can mount onto any email system that supports IMAP. The authors' definition of infinite storage as the user is able to mount file systems as a single logical drive.
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