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Improve Reliability using Secure Distributed Deduplication System in Cloud

  title={Improve Reliability using Secure Distributed Deduplication System in Cloud},
  author={Salma Shaik and G. Minni and Sayeed Yasin},
31 Abstract— Data duplication is used to improve storage utilization and also be applied to network data transfers to reduce the number of bytes that must be sent. Keepi ng multiple data copies with the similar content, de-duplication eliminates redundant data by keeping only one physical copy an d refer other redundant data to that copy. Data de-duplicat ion occurs file level as well as block level. The duplicate cop ies of identical file eliminate by file level de-duplication. For the block… Expand

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