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Research Article Open Access
Collaborative Cloud Computing (CCC) is the very new technique which makes the promising and secured way of transmitting the data over distributed cloud servers; the main objective for developing CCC is to create collected and cooperative development over cloud service providers Collaborative Cloud Computing method uses two different types of mechanism for activating the cloud server they are resource management and reputation management technique therefore we can avoid over node of traffic congestion hence we can generate high quality of double bandwidth over node. In the previous research work a single value will be added to the reputation management so that it can represent every node with the unique ID, even though the value has been assigned to the every node the server could not able to identify resources to individual types of user’s therefore QoS (Quality of Service) could not able to meet by the resources selection allocator. In order to find the solution for the problem we proposed new a method called Harmony in the Collaborative Cloud Computing platform. Harmony method used to access the resource and reputation technique with help of three different types of key value search method they are as follows, integrated multi – faceted resource/reputation management, multi – QoS oriented resource selection process and price – assisted resource/reputation control technique. Data has been traced out from different online trading platforms like EBay, Amazon, etc in order to implies major drawbacks in multi – faceted reputation and higher reputed selection of nodes in the cloud servers hence trace driven and simulation method is implemented and executed in the plant lab for getting trustworthy of sharing the resource management and reputation management in the Quality of Service (QoS). In this survey paper we compared various research parameters for Collaborative Cloud Computing (CCC).
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Author(s): Bhaskar, Pothumani, Aravind Gosh