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Title Security Requirements Analysis for Large-scale Distributed File Systems
Abstract This paper presents an analysis of security requirements of largescale distributed file systems. Our objective is to identify their generic as well as specific security requirements and to propose potential solutions that can be employed to address these requirements. FileStamp - a multi-writer distributed file system developed at CETIC is considered as a case study for this analysis. This analysis yields that the existing range of security solutions can be employed to secure large-scale distributed file systems. However, they should be holistically employed to triumph over the security chinks in the FileStamp's armor.
Organisation CCLRC , ESC
Keywords requirements engineering , highly scalable systems , distributed data management , security services
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Paper In Conference Proceedings In CoreGRID Workshop 2006, Dresden, Germany, 29 Aug 2006 - 1 Sep 2006, (2006): 49-60. doi:10.1007/978-3-540-72337-0_6 2006