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An Efficient Migration of Data in Mobile Access for Multiple Virtual Server through online Vs offline

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The nature With the recent advent of cloud computing technologies, a good moving number of our people using applications most of them are from cloud - based services, which shows our project importance and little cost . Two important tasks were done because for migrate the contents to cloud backup, and to correlate the web based services to cloud based web services. Cloud based services for the competing fast world track we don’t need time and location for the most importance of both cloud side and mobile applications in the way to do what the user needs with a secures quality of service (QoS). In this work, the cloud-based mobile application through virtual servers represents.
Keywords: QOS, cloud based web services, migrate, virtual servers


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