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Journal: International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology (IJESRT) (Vol.5, No. 3)

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Page : 729-736

Keywords : KEYWORDS: RDBMS; NoSQL; Encryption; Security and Big Data.;

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In last decades of years the field of databases has emerged. The organizations are migrating towards Non-Relational databases from Relational Databases due to the current trend of Big Data, Big Users and Cloud Computing. Business data processing is the main market of Relational Databases. It turns out to be harder to managing Big Clients and Big information on a cloud domain. To modeling the data these databases uses a rigid and schema based approach and are designed to run on a single machine and NoSQL (Not Only SQL) database provides, flexible data model, dynamic schemas, efficient big data storage, scale-out architecture and access requirement hence these are considering as new Era of database [11][12].We have taken Redis as a new NoSQL database in this work. Redis in its least difficult structure is a key value pair based information framework. It bolsters all the information structures like arrays, variables, strings and linked list. In SQL database like SQL Server, MySQL and Oracle the data in Redis is structured data unlike the other databases where the data is relational data [6]. However Redis provides minimum to virtually no security for the data. As all the information is put away in key value pair, anyone can get the value if the key is known. Accordingly such a database is not suitable for big enterprise and most useful application information. So in this work we add security to a Redis framework.

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