Parameter sweeps are used by researchers with scientific domain-specific tools or workflows to submit a large collection of computational jobs whereby each single job of it only varies in certain parts. They require a more fine-grained distribution of jobs across resources, which also raise a significant challenge for efficient resource management in middleware environments that have been not specifically designed to perform parameter sweeps. This paper offers insights into parameter sweep solutions that support multi-disciplinary science environments via abstraction from resource management complexities using middleware. The solutions are based on use case requirements, enable efficient submission, enhanced usability, and standard compliance. We also apply a use case taken from the life science domain to demonstrate usefulness and efficiency of the solutions.