|| Network-aware Peer-to-Peer Based Grid Inter-Domain Scheduling|
||Grid technologies have enabled the aggregation of geographically
distributed resources, in the context of a particular application.
The network remains an important requirement for any Grid
application, as entities involved in a Grid system (such as users,
services, and data) need to communicate with each other over a
network. The performance of the network must therefore be
considered when carrying out tasks such as scheduling, migration
or monitoring of jobs. Moreover, the interactions between different
domains are a key issue in Grid computing, thus their
effects should be considered when performing the scheduling task.
In this paper, we enhance an existing framework that provides
scheduling of jobs to computing resources to allow multi-domain
scheduling based on peer-to-peer techniques.|