Content Distribution in Cloud: A Survey

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Nidhi Parmar
Prof. Jaimin Dave
Prof. Vijay Gadhavi


Cloud Service has become a real trend in the development of network services. Content distribution network built on clouds have recently emerge and compared to conventional CDN, cloud based CDN have the benefit of cost efficient hosting services without owning infrastructure. Security is prime affecting factor in conventional CDN. So, we will propose a novel secure content distribution framework for cloud controller to securely disseminate their contents to legitimate users via Content distribution network. Use of our framework will enable legitimate users to receive encrypted content at nearby peer. Our framework utilizes in network caches for reducing delivery latency.


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Parmar, N., P. J. Dave, and P. V. Gadhavi. “Content Distribution in Cloud: A Survey”. Technix International Journal for Engineering Research, vol. 2, no. 6, June 2015, pp. 1-5,
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