JACIII Vol.27 No.5 pp. 855-865
doi: 10.20965/jaciii.2023.p0855

Research Paper:

Massive Data Connection Architecture Design of Web Platform Based on Blockchain

Hongping Cao*,**, Hongxing Cao***,†, Hongwei Zhou*, Yifeng Wu*, and Siyu Xu*

*School of Data Science, Guangzhou Huashang College
Guangzhou, Guangdong 511300, China

**School of Computer Science, Taylor’s University
Subang Jaya, Selangor 47500, Malaysia

***School of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Guangzhou Nanfang College
Guangzhou, Guangdong 510970, China

Corresponding author

October 27, 2022
May 9, 2023
September 20, 2023
web, data connectivity, blockchain, access control, hash function

In order to improve the universality and security of the data management of the Internet of Things and avoid the single point of failure problem in the traditional management architecture, this paper proposes a massive connection management architecture based on blockchain. The blockchain is reconstructed according to the hierarchical structure of blockchain technology, and with reference to the attribute-based access control mechanism, a data exchange model is designed using gossip mode and TLS networking mode to ensure the safe transmission of data. The peer computer network technology, data signature, and consensus mechanism are used to complete the design of the data exchange network layer and realize the design of the blockchain-based massive connection management architecture, so as to effectively avoid the single point of failure problem in the traditional management architecture and greatly reduce the burden of the management center. The access requests of massive devices in 5G application scenarios were simulated, and the results showed that the blockchain-based access control architecture designed in this article can quickly process received requests, with information leakage below 10%, improving the security and processing performance of data connections, achieving efficient processing and management of large-scale data, and providing reliable guarantees for the development of the Internet era.

Graphical summary of web platform data connectivity architecture design

Graphical summary of web platform data connectivity architecture design

Cite this article as:
H. Cao, H. Cao, H. Zhou, Y. Wu, and S. Xu, “Massive Data Connection Architecture Design of Web Platform Based on Blockchain,” J. Adv. Comput. Intell. Intell. Inform., Vol.27 No.5, pp. 855-865, 2023.
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