Implementing Cloud Security through AWS for Blood Bank Application


  • Apoorva Srivastava Amity School of Engineering and Technology Lucknow, Amity University Uttar Pradesh, India
  • Dr. Syed Wajahat Abbas Rizvi Amity School of Engineering and Technology Lucknow, Amity University Uttar Pradesh, India
  • Rashmi Priya GD Goenka University, India



Cloud computing, Cloud Security, AWS Amplify, Android Studio


In today’s time the technologies are seeing a huge shift of work from the on-center to over the internet, which means that a huge number of online services is required, these services could be backup and the data recovery should be available over the internet. Cloud computing is the platform over the internet which provide the services of networking, sharing, storing, etc. on the internet. Not only this shift of data is being ob-served in IT sectors, but also this shift is being observed in the healthcare sector. With the increase in the average age limit of the human beings and new diseases increasing the medical needs. The traditional healthcare is now being replaced by modern and more progressive healthcare. Thus, cloud is providing with several healthcare solutions. How-ever, even after have a lot of benefits of using cloud services it also has some of the risks. The major risk being of the security of the patient’s data. This paper analyses the security issues and their possible countermeasures for the same. The security measures presented in the paper are based on patient data in relation to data storing, access and security of data. In the paper I have worked towards the development of the android application of blood bank, the application uses the Android studio as IDE and the AWS Amplify as the cloud service to host and deploy the application over the cloud. In this paper we will also see the benefits of using the cloud computing, its security and also what are the future works that need to be done in the field.


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How to Cite

A. Srivastava, Syed Wajahat Abbas Rizvi, and Rashmi Priya, “Implementing Cloud Security through AWS for Blood Bank Application”, J. Infor. Electr. Electron. Eng., vol. 4, no. 3, pp. 1–10, Nov. 2023.




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