IPv6 Based Mobile Cloud Computing to Compact with Key Dilemma | Abstract

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IPv6 Based Mobile Cloud Computing to Compact with Key Dilemma

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Mobile cloud computing is the combination of cloud computing and mobile networks to bring benefits for mobile users, network operators, as well as cloud computing providers. A mobile cloud approach enables developers to build applications designed specifically for mobile users without being bound by the mobile operating system and the computing or memory capacity of the Smartphone and PDA Devices. Mobile cloud computing center are usually accessed via a mobile browser from a remote web server, typically without the need for installing a client application on the recipient phone. In there was some problems occurs due to its mobility and dynamic environment. The major concern deals with these perceptions are security, link failure, mobile traffic, routing, power consumption, etc. In this presented scheme, issues arise with this mobile cloud computing can be prevail over by IPv6 (Internet Protocol Version 6). IPv6 is the newest version of the Internet Protocol (IP), the communications protocol that affords an identification and location system for computers on networks and routes traffic across the Internet. In this paper, the IPv6 based Mobile Cloud Computing will be built up to defeat the major issues of security, dynamic routing concept and link failure during the mobility of the nodes within the networks. By using IPv6 it offers diverse security services at the IP layer and therefore, offers protection at this (i.e. IP) and higher layers. The key dilemma such as link-failure and dynamic routing in the mobile computing will be defeat over by the dynamic routing protocol and cross over approach for link-failure detection in this paper.

Jessie Pauline Jeyapriya

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