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Intrusion Detection System Inside Grid Computing Environment (IDS-IGCE)

Author(s): Basappa B. Kodada | Ramesh Nayak | Raghavendra Prabhu | Suresha D

Journal: International Journal of Grid Computing & Applications
ISSN 2229-3949

Volume: 2;
Issue: 4;
Start page: 27;
Date: 2012;
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Keywords: Service Gird | Intrusion Detection System | IDS-IGCE | OGSA

Grid Computing is a kind of important information technology which enables resource sharing globally to solve the large scale problem. It is based on networks and able to enable large scale aggregation and sharing of computational, data, sensors and other resources across institutional boundaries. Integrated Globus Tool Kit with Web services is to present OGSA (Open Grid Services Architecture) as the standardservice grid architecture. In OGSA, everything is abstracted as a service, including computers, applications, data as well as instruments. The services and resources in Grid are heterogeneous and dynamic, and they also belong to different domains. Grid Services are still new to business system & asmore systems are being attached to it, any threat to it could bring collapse and huge harm. May be intruder come with a new form of attack. Grid Computing is a Global Infrastructure on the internet has led to asecurity attacks on the Computing Infrastructure. The wide varieties of IDS (Intrusion Detection System) are available which are designed to handle the specific types of attacks. The technique of [27] will protect future attacks in Service Grid Computing Environment at the Grid Infrastructure but there is no technique can protect these types of attacks inside the grid at the node level. So this paper proposes the Architecture of IDS-IGCE (Intrusion Detection System – Inside Grid Computing Environment) which can provide the protection against the complete threats inside the Grid Environment.
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