Risk Assessment for Logistics Applications in Cloud Migration


Maniah Maniah(1*), Benfano Soewito(2), Ford Lumban Gaol(3), Edi Abdurachman(4)

(1) Prodi D3 Manajemen Informatika, Politeknik Pos Indonesia, Bandung
(2) Computer Science Department, BINUS Graduate Program, Doctor of Computer Science, Bina Nusantara University, Jakarta
(3) Computer Science Department, BINUS Graduate Program, Doctor of Computer Science, Bina Nusantara University, Jakarta
(4) Computer Science Department, BINUS Graduate Program, Doctor of Computer Science, Bina Nusantara University, Jakarta
(*) Corresponding Author


The increase in the number of cloud data centers is due to an increase in the number of companies migrating to cloud computing. There are many advantages that companies get when migrating to the cloud, but there are also many disadvantages. Multitenancy security and privacy are important challenges for cloud migration users. This study proposes a way to assess the risks that may arise in the cloud migration process for logistics business applications. The research method used is semi-quantitative with a 3-phase approach, namely before migration, during migration, and after migration by considering the criteria for risk aspects and environmental aspects that will have an impact on the company, so that companies can make risk mitigation plans. The results of this study identified 11 (eleven) threats in the cloud that occupy the top ranking and identify as many as 17 (seventeen) indicators obtained from the identification of indicators in the previous model or framework used to assess risks in logistics business applications that will be implemented. migrated to the cloud. Based on the experimental results in this study, the application risk value during migration and after migration has a higher value than before migration, and the risk value during migration are higher than the risk value after migration.


Cloud Computing; Cloud Migration; Threats; Indicators; Risk Value

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