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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.
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