New Approaches of Cloud Services Access using Tonido Cloud Server for Real-Time Applications

  • Sarah Haider Abdulredah College of Engineering - University of Baghdad
  • Dheyaa Jasim Kadhim College of Engineering - University of Baghdad
Keywords: Cloud Services, Tonido Cloud Server, Video Streaming, Real-Time Application


A Tonido cloud server provides a private cloud storage solution and synchronizes customers and employees with the required cloud services over the enterprise. Generally, access to any cloud services by users is via the Internet connection, which can face some problems, and then users may encounter in accessing these services due to a weak Internet connection or heavy load sometimes especially with live video streaming applications overcloud. In this work, flexible and inexpensive proposed accessing methods are submitted and implemented concerning real-time applications that enable users to access cloud services locally and regionally. Practically, to simulate our network connection, we proposed to use the Raspberry-pi3 model B+ as a router wireless LAN (WLAN) that enables users to have the cloud services using different access approaches such as wireless and wireline connections. As a case study for a real-time application over the cloud server, it is suggested to do a live video streaming using an IP webcam and IVIDEON cloud where the streaming video can be accessed via the cloud server at any time with different users taking into account the proposed practical connections. Practical experiments showed and proved that accessing real-time applications of cloud services via wireline and wireless connections is improved by using Tonido cloud server's facilities.


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Abdulredah, S. and Kadhim, D. (2020) “New Approaches of Cloud Services Access using Tonido Cloud Server for Real-Time Applications”, Journal of Engineering, 26(8), pp. 83-99. doi: 10.31026/j.eng.2020.08.07.