Private Virtual Infrastructure (PVI) Model for Cloud Computing
Cloud Computing is a paradigm shift from the mainframe to client-server in the early 1980s. Cloud computing describes a new supplement, consumption and delivery model of IT services based on Internet and it typically evolves over the Internet provision of dynamically scalable and often virtualized resources. Cloud Computing places organization's sensitive data in control to third party which introduces a significant level of risk on the privacy and security of sensitive data of organization. This paper discusses a new management and security model of cloud computing called Private Virtual Infrastructure (PVI) whose main responsibility is to share the security of cloud computing between the service provider and client and elimination of risk exposure between the two.