As the fourth most populous country in the world, Indonesia has many challenges in e-Government development because of its many scattered island. The country needs Information and Communication Technology for communication and fast access to information to create good governance and clean government. Grid technology could be a solution for resource sharing and interoperability of e-Government systems. We have proposed the Indonesia e-Government Grid service topology model in which is an adjustment based on the framework of existing e-Government and also the form of government in the country. We have designed and simulated the topology of Indonesian e-Government Grid services based on function group from e-Government application solution map to connect the ministry/agency/department /institution and also based on the province and population in the country. In this paper we simulate and analyze the result of the e-Government services topology based on population using Friedman Test. The results shows that scenario involves three types of routers that are configured hierarchically which consist of leaf routers, edge routers and core routers using Self-Clocked Fair Queuing (SCFQ) scheduling algorithm give the best results. The setting of time delay make the waiting time for packets in Grid simulation queue become shorter.
|Number of pages
|International Journal of Software Engineering and its Applications
|Published - 2014
- e-Government Grid