Multi-cloud oblivious storage

@inproceedings{Stefanov2013MulticloudOS,
  title={Multi-cloud oblivious storage},
  author={Emil Stefanov and Elaine Shi},
  booktitle={ACM Conference on Computer and Communications Security},
  year={2013}
}
We present a 2-cloud oblivious storage (ORAM) system that achieves 2.6X bandwidth cost between the client and the cloud. Splitting an ORAM across 2 or more non-colluding clouds allows us to reduce the client-cloud bandwidth cost by at least one order of magnitude, shifting the higher-bandwidth communication to in-between the clouds where bandwidth provisioning is abundant. Our approach makes ORAM practical for bandwidth-constrained clients such as home or mobile Internet connections. We provide… CONTINUE READING
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