Today, I would like to talk about a new feature that is included in the new ImageCloudLock 2012 called ‘CloudCache’. This new feature mirrors your fundamental data structure on the cloud and places it in a special container on your local system, thereby enhancing the retrieve ability of the cloud algorithms by a factor of at least 100x.
The new ‘CloudCache’ mirroring system will automatically track and delete all files locally. Furthermore, the new ‘CloudCache’ algorithm will automatically detect when de-sync issues occur, for example during ‘Delete’ operations, and will sync the local cache to the cloud internet container. The new ‘CloudCache’ system features a ‘retrieval’, ‘deletion’ and ‘insertion’ capabilities. Finally, the ‘CloudCache’ algorithm will check for empty data items, using a reverse recursive checking algorithm, which inversely goes up the data structure and removes unwanted clutter. This eliminates the necessity to use outdated forward data-space search patterns, which have a factor of O(N). This is because the search data-set is confined to the leaf file sets which are currently in use.
Currently, ImageCloudLock 2012 is designed for Amazon and Windows Azure cloud systems.
By Ben Scharbach
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