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Service Commitment and Load Balancing for Domain-based P2P networks

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2 Author(s)
Joseph C. H. So ; The Chinese University of Hong Kong ; P. C. Wong

Peer-to-peer (P2P) networks offer scalability through the collaborative sharing of storage and bandwidth resources among the peers. To support corporate applications, P2P networks have to be enhanced to offer certain service guarantees. We consider a domain-to-domain (D2D) network in which domains cooperate to offer a given service with resources reservation. We consider its network architecture and propose load balancing algorithms to meet the external service commitments. We show that, by defining a resource boundary variable, r, a committed service through load balancing among peers within a domain can be achieved.

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Networking and Services, 2007. ICNS. Third International Conference on

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19-25 June 2007