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J. Antony John Prabu
Dr.S Britto Ramesh Kumar


Cloud provides everything as a service in the IT market. Industries are started to move their services to cloud environment. Managing data transaction is one of the main issues in cloud and it needs efficient architecture to handle the transactional data. This paper discusses existing consistency methods, two-phase commit protocol and proposes a new consistency method to maintain ACID properties in cloud environment. It elaborates how the proposed Depth 1 Fixed Tree Consistency (D1FTC) method works in cloud environment. This work has done to maintain ACID and minimize the transactional issues in distributed cloud environment.


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