Dynamic Security Rule Optimization Based on Deep Learning and Adaptive Algorithms

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Feilu Hang
Linjiang Xie
Zhenhong Zhang
Yuting Liu
Jian Hu


Compared with traditional computer network security identification techniques, deep learning algorithms are based on their own distributed network structure for storage, processing, classification, comparison, and automatic identification functions. The distribution and dynamism of cloud databases increase the difficulty of route prediction and recognition in the cloud, affecting the efficiency of cloud computing. In response to the above issues, the author proposes a dynamic path optimization process for cloud databases based on adaptive immune grouping polymorphic ant colony algorithm. By setting up two states of ant colony, reconnaissance ant and search ant, and introducing an adaptive polymorphic ant colony competition strategy, the defect of general ant colony algorithms being prone to falling into local optima is improved; On this basis, an artificial immune algorithm with fast global search capability is further integrated to improve the search ant path optimization process, improving  search speed and accuracy. Simulation experiments show that the IPANT algorithm outperforms the other three algorithms, maintaining a throughput of 1000 kbps and relatively stable; The data of OSPF, SPF, and FR are not significantly different, significantly lower than IPANT. The immune polymorphic ant colony algorithm (IPANT) has the lowest time delay for packet routing and performs better than the other three algorithms, with FR and SPF having higher latency. It has been proven that this algorithm can better solve convergence speed and global optimization problems, and can quickly and reasonably find the database to be accessed in the cloud.

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