International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)

International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)
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Research Paper | Information Technology | India | Volume 5 Issue 2, February 2016

A Multi-Tenant Framework for an Enterprise System on Cloud

Dr. Sarvjit Singh Bhatia [2] | Vikram Gupta [2]

Abstract: Enterprise systems provide integrated information for all activities in an organization. These systems serve as a vital asset to any organization and hence it becomes mandatory to ensure their security. Information security combines systems, operations and internal controls to ensure the availability, integrity and confidentiality of data and operational procedures in an organization. In the present scenario these services are offered on the cloud mainly to reduce inherent risk associated with the traditional enterprise systems. Cloud computing represents a significant shift in the way that IT resources are managed, operated, and consumed. This change exposes several benefits to enterprises, promoting greater IT efficiency and agility. This paper is intended to suggest a Multitenant security framework of enterprise systems on cloud. The dependency on integrated information systems (Enterprise Systems) in an organization is increasing day by day. An enterprise system is a combination of several applications that supports and automates business processes and manages business data. The term enterprise system is often used synonymously with enterprise business application or with the more restricted term an enterprise resource planning (ERP) system [Gulla, (2004)]. Enterprise Systems help in carrying out various tasks with greater operational efficiency and reliability. They also facilitate to keep information updated and available across the organization 24 * 7. These systems process thousands of transactions every day and store information about all aspects of the business. According to Haigh D [Haigh, (2004)] the potential benefits of enterprise systems depend on the way they are employed to improve the business processes. As enablers of successful business reengineering projects, they help the organizations to save money, keep their business data consistent, current and available, speed up business processes, and improve the quality and reliability of the processes.

Keywords: Enterprise Systems, Information security, Cloud computing, multi tenancy, Enterprise Resource Planning ERP

Edition: Volume 5 Issue 2, February 2016,

Pages: 740 - 743

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