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Kertész Attila.  2005.  Brokering solutions for Grid middlewares. Pre-proc. of 1st Doctoral Workshop on Mathematical and Engineering Methods in Computer Science.
Kertész Attila.  2011.  Meta-brokering solution for establishing Grid Interoperability.
Kertész Attila, Dombi JD, Benyi A..  2016.  A Pliant-based Virtual Machine Scheduling Solution to Improve the Energy Efficiency of IaaS Clouds. Journal of Grid Computing. 14:41-53.
Kertész Attila, Dombi JD, Dombi J.  2009.  Adaptive Scheduling Solution for Grid Meta-Brokering.. Acta Cybern.. 19:105-123.
Kertész Attila, Sipos G, Kacsuk P.  2007.  Multi-Grid Brokering with the P-GRADE Portal. Post-Proceedings of the Austrian Grid Symposium (AGS'06). :166-179.
Kertész Attila, Kecskeméti G, Brandic I.  2009.  Autonomic Resource Virtualization in Cloud-like Environments.
Kertész Attila, Varadi S..  2014.  Legal aspects of data protection in cloud federations. Security, Privacy and Trust in Cloud Systems. 9783642385865:433-455.
Kertész Attila, Farkas Z, Kacsuk P.  2011.  Multi-level Brokering Solution for Interoperating Service and Desktop Grids. Euro-Par 2010 Parallel Processing Workshops. 6586:271-278.
Kertész Attila, Rodero I, Guim F.  2008.  Meta-brokering approaches in state-of-the-art grid resource management.. CoreGrid integration workshop 2008. Integrated research grid computing. :371-382.
Kertész Attila, Sipos G, Kacsuk P.  2006.  Brokering multi-grid workflows in the P-GRADE portal. Proceedings of the CoreGRID 2006, UNICORE Summit 2006, Petascale Computational Biology and Bioinformatics conference on Parallel processing. :138–149.
Kertész Attila, Kecskeméti G, Oriol M, Kotcauer P., Acs S, Rodrígez M., Mercè O., Marosi A, Marco J, Franch X.  2013.  Enhancing Federated Cloud Management with an Integrated Service Monitoring Approach. JOURNAL OF GRID COMPUTING. 11:699–720.
Kertész Attila, Pflanzner T, Gyimothy T.  2018.  A Mobile IoT Device Simulator for IoT-Fog-Cloud Systems. Journal of Grid Computing. (2018):1-23.
Kertész Attila, Kacsuk P.  2009.  Grid Interoperability Solutions in Grid Resource Management. Systems Journal, IEEE. 3:131-141.
Kertész Attila.  2007.  Grid Brókerek evolúciója: Egységben az erő. Hiradástechnika.
Kertész Attila.  2004.  Fraktálgenerálás párhuzamos környezetben.
Kertész Attila.  2015.  Interoperable data management using personal and infrastructure clouds. IEEE Cloud Computing. 2:22-28.
Kertész Attila, Ötvös F, Kacsuk P.  2011.  Gridifying the TINKER Conformer Generator Application for gLite Grid. Euro-Par 2010 Parallel Processing Workshops. 6586:185-192.
Kertész Attila, Rodero I, Guim F.  2009.  Meta-Brokering Solutions for Expanding Grid Middleware Limitations. Euro-Par 2008 Workshops. :199–210.
Kertész Attila, Kacsuk P.  2007.  Grid Meta-Broker Architecture: Towards an Interoperable Grid Resource Brokering Service. Euro-Par 2006: Parallel Processing. 4375:112-115.
Kertész Attila, Kecskeméti G, Németh Z, Oriol M, Franch X.  2012.  A holistic service provisioning solution for Federated Cloud infrastructures. 2012 1st International Workshop on European Software Services and Systems Research - Results and Challenges, S-Cube 2012. :25–26.
Kertész Attila, Otvos F., Kacsuk P..  2014.  A case study for biochemical application porting in european grids and clouds. Concurrency Computation Practice and Experience. 26:1730-1743.
Kertész Attila, Prokosch T.  2010.  The Anatomy of Grid Resource Management. Remote Instrumentation and Virtual Laboratories. :123-132.
Kertész Attila, Kacsuk P.  2007.  A Taxonomy of Grid Resource Brokers. Distributed and Parallel Systems. :201-210.
Kertész Attila.  2005.  A JPVM felépítése és használata grafikus környezetben.
Kertész Attila.  2015.  Interoperating cloud services for enhanced data management. Proceedings - 4th IEEE International Conference on Big Data and Cloud Computing, BDCloud 2014 with the 7th IEEE International Conference on Social Computing and Networking, SocialCom 2014 and the 4th International Conference on Sustainable Computing and C. :269-270.