Experimental Assessment of Routing for Grid and Cloud
Grid and Cloud computing technologies are being applied as an affordable method to cluster computational power together. These structures aim to support service applications by grouping devices and shared resources in one large computational unit. However, the management complexity grows proportionally to the number of resources being integrated. The paper claims to address the problems of management, considering the routing problem in a particular context. An experimental assessment of routing for grid and cloud is presented. In addition, it introduces a proof-of-concept implementation and case study scenarios.