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Secure Cloud WLAN using Dynamic Placement and Migration with a Cloud Name Resolution Protocol


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Cloud computing systems have displayed many intriguing possibilities for the end users. Several cloud computing systems are centralized, and might lead to a system's overload. This situation influences security and leads to the blockage within the network especially when important routers and servers are malfunctioning. Over the past few years, there has been a great development in Peer-to-Peer (P2P) cloud computing. This paper introduces a transportation protocol that is a less complex in interaction between the servers in transporting the session state data between one another. The proposed methodology has been implemented using the Visual Studio platform. The platform has been extensively tested and it has demonstrated promising results.
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