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COSC2626/2640 Cloud Computing

Assignment 2

Assessment Type: Group assignment. Submit online via Canvas→Assignments→Assignment 2. Marks awarded for meeting

requirements as closely as possible. Clarifications/updates may be made via announcements/relevant discussion forums.

Due date: 11:59pm, 24/May/2020 Please check Canvas→Assignments→Assignment 2 for the most up to date information.

As this is a major assignment in which you demonstrate your understanding, a university standard late penalty of 10% per

each working day applies for up to 5 working days late, unless special consideration has been granted.

Weighting: 50 marks

1. Overview

Assignment 2 will contain 50% of total assessment for this course. It should be a project by using cloud platforms and technologies.

Some sample reports (rated as excellent or good) from previous year has been provided to get an idea about the difficulty and depth

of the project. You are free to choose any programming language, any cloud platform and any services/API you want to use.

You have to form a group of two. Discuss your proposal with your tutor. Finalise your team and your proposal by week 5 so you can

start early.

2. Assessment Criteria

This assessment will develop your ability to:

1. Design and develop a highly scalable application by applying the knowledge of distributed architecture and multiple cloud

platforms and services

2. Develop a professional project report

3. Write a user’ manual to introduce your product

3. Learning Outcomes

This assessment is relevant to the following Learning Outcomes:

? Develop and deploy cloud application using popular cloud platforms,

? Design and develop highly scalable cloud-based applications by creating and configuring virtual machines on the cloud and

building private cloud.

? Explain and identify the techniques of big data analysis in cloud.

? Compare, contrast, and evaluate the key trade-offs between multiple approaches to cloud system design, and Identify

appropriate design choices when solving real-world cloud computing problems.

? Write comprehensive case studies analysing and contrasting different cloud computing solutions.

? Make recommendations on cloud computing solutions for an enterprise.

4. Assessment details

Criteria/Project requirement

1.You must have a distributed model for your application. You can use distributed system concept for your application as discussed in

Lecture 2. (e.g. separate component for processing and storage/ Multinode cluster/ multiple processing servers/ multiple cloud

features / Integration of multiple REST APIs/ IoT/ Edge computing/ Fog Computing/Publish subscriber model/ Peer to Peer system/

Push notifications).

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2.The use of Google/AWS cloud services such as Hadoop MapReduce, BigQuery, SQS, Microservices, Endpoints, API Gateway,

CloudWatch, Lambda, Machine Learning, real-time data analysis, etc. will make your project interesting. You may not learn all of the

services but if you learn them by yourself, it will be highly appreciated as well as helpful for your projects.

3.You should take advantage of Google/AWS Cloud storage (e.g. S3, Google Cloud Storage) and Google/AWS Cloud Datastore (e.g.

Google datastore, Amazon DynamoDB, MongoDB or Relational Database Services) in your project.

4.You should have a nice client side visualization (e.g. a webpage/website or a mobile app). If you have any kind of data analysis you

should interpret your result nicely using tabular and/or graphical format. For web application you should to deploy your application

either in Google cloud or AWS cloud.

5. Students in a group should sign a contribution agreement form to acknowledge each member’s contribution portion in the project.

The contribution agreement form must be signed by all group members, scanned, and attached with the report otherwise your

assignment cannot be marked. If fewer contributions are identified by one student then he/she will receive less mark than his/her

group-mate.

Project Options

Option 1

Development of a cloud application using your own idea and strength.

Option 2

Development of a cloud application using idea suggested by your tutor based on your interest and strength.

Option 3

You may refer to Assignment 2 Supporting Information.pdf, where several applications were discussed (the projects are from previous

years). You may choose one of them as your project or somewhat similar.

5. Referencing guidelines

What: All submitted contents must be your own. If you have used sources of information other than the contents directly under

Canvas→Modules, you must give acknowledge the sources and give references using IEEE referencing style.

Where: Add a code comment near the work to be referenced and include the reference in the IEEE style.

How: To generate a valid IEEE style reference, please use the citethisforme tool if unfamiliar with this style. Add the detailed

reference before any relevant code (within code comments).

6. Submission, Demonstration, Report and Presentation

You need to submit a report and all materials related to your project. The deadline of submission of your Assignment-2 in Canvas is

24th May Sunday 11:59 PM. If you submit after that it will be considered as late submission. You will be penalised 10% of your total

mark per working day for late submission. You will not get your mark if you do not submit your project materials and report. If you

work in a group only one submission of a group member is fine.

During submission you will need to provide the following content in a .zip file.

1.Your report in word document or pdf extension. You can make your own format or follow the sample reports that has been provided

in Canvas.

The report should contain the following materials

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a. Signed Contribution Agreement: of all team members (Must be signed by all the members, scanned, and attached

otherwise your assignment cannot be marked) -- A temple can be found from Appendix.

b. Links: Live url of your project (if any), repository url (github/bitbucket/google drive) of your source code (if any), public

dataset links of your project (if any).

c. Summary: The objective/purpose of your project.

d. Introduction: Introduce your project such as:

i. What are the motivations behind your idea?

ii. What it does?

iii. Why it is required?

iv. How it can be used as real-life application?

v. The advantages/positive/new things of your application.

e. Related work: Refer some related works similar to your application.

f. Software Design/Architecture

i. A high level architectural diagram that shows the communication between different cloud components used in your

project and purpose of using those components.

ii. Description of your dataset/data structure/APIs/sensors you used for your project (if any) [use figure if required]

g. Implementation - Developer Manual: A step-by-step guideline to reproduce your project [use figure if required] and make

it live. This is like our tutorial sheet. For known/general description (e.g. creating and MySQL RDS instance in AWS, deploying

project in Elastic Beanstalk, deploying project in Google cloud) you can refer to any web link directly. You can also refer to

tutorial sheet if you have similar steps in your description (e.g. deploy application in Google cloud).

h. A small user manual: A quick overview of how to use your application.

i. References: Important references/website links that you use to develop your application.

j. Video (optional): A video demonstration of your application (provide a YouTube link in the report).

2. Put all the images you have used in your report in a folder name doc_images.

3. Put all the source code of your project in a folder named code. If source code is greater than 5 MB then provide a

google_drive/dropbox/github share link in a text file (name it code.txt). to download your source code.

4. Put runnable/deployable files (if any e.g. .war, .zip, .jar) in a folder named deploy

5. Put all the data/sql tables/sql script (if any) in a folder named data. If data files are too large then provide a link to download

your data in a text file (name it data.txt)

6. A readme.txt with name and student number of team members, a short description of your project and the public link to

access your project (if any).

You must demo your project to your tutor by making appointment with your tutors in Week 11 or 12. All demonstration will be

completed by week 12. There will be penalty if you fail to complete and demonstrate your work by week-12. All team members

must present during demo time and explain individual contributions. The demo is around 20 minutes (including project

introduction, app demo and Q&A) for each team. Keep everything ready and make your application live during your demo.

During demonstration you will need to use presentation slides to introduce your projects (no more than 10 pages). The presentation

slides should include the presentable information of the following sections of your report:

a. Summary (1 page)

b. Introduction (1 page)

c. Related work (1 page)

d. Software Design/Architecture (1 page)

e. Implementation (2-6 pages)

7. Academic integrity and plagiarism (standard warning)

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Academic integrity is about honest presentation of your academic work. It means acknowledging the work of others while developing

your own insights, knowledge and ideas. You should take extreme care that you have:

? Acknowledged words, data, diagrams, models, frameworks and/or ideas of others you have quoted (i.e. directly copied),

summarised, paraphrased, discussed or mentioned in your assessment through the appropriate referencing methods,

? Provided a reference list of the publication details so your reader can locate the source if necessary. This includes material

taken from Internet sites.

If you do not acknowledge the sources of your material, you may be accused of plagiarism because you have passed off the work and

ideas of another person without appropriate referencing, as if they were your own.

RMIT University treats plagiarism as a very serious offence constituting misconduct. Plagiarism covers a variety of inappropriate

behaviours, including:

? Failure to properly document a source

? Copyright material from the internet or databases

? Collusion between students

For further information on our policies and procedures, please refer to the University website.

8. Assessment declaration

When you submit work electronically, you agree to the assessment declaration.

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9. Rubric/assessment criteria for marking

Criteria Ratings

Project idea and

project formulation.

Selection of

appropriate

technologies

2 Pts

Project idea well formulate with selection of

appropriate technologies

1 Pts

Project idea partially formulated with selection of

most technologies being appropriate

0 Pts

Project idea not well formulated (with major issues)

with selection of most technologies being

inappropriate

Skill development in

learning new tools and

technologies for

project completion

3 Pts

Demonstration of excellent

knowledge in learning new tools and

technologies for project completion

2 Pts

Demonstration of good knowledge

(with minor issues) in learning new

tools and technologies for project

completion

1 Pts

Demonstration of poor knowledge

(with major issues) in learning new

tools and technologies for project

completion

0 Pts

Distributed project architecture fully utilized

Separate processing and storage components + one

more type of distributed architecture from Criterion 1

2 Pts

Distributed project architecture partially utilized

Separate processing and storage components

0 Pts

Distributed project architecture not utilised

Report

8 Pts

Well-written report with all

the required parts and

substantial details

6 Pts

Report with all the required

parts and substantial details

4 Pts

Report with all the required

parts and some details

2 Pts

Report with some of the

required parts and some

details

0 Pts

No marks

Presentation slides 3 Pts

Well-written presentation

slides with all the required

parts and substantial details

and visual aids

2 Pts

Presentation slides with all the

required parts and some details

and visual aids

1 Pts

Presentation sides with some of

the required parts and some

details

0 Pts

No marks

Presentation and

communication skills 3 Pts

Clearly present the slides

and actively respond to all

the queries from examiner

with detailed answers

2 Pts

Clearly present the slides and

actively respond to most of the

queries from examiner with

answers

1 Pts

Present the slides and actively

respond to some of the queries

from examiner with answers

0 Pts

No marks

Total points: 50

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Appendix: Student Contribution Agreement

Project title here

Group name here

Student Name: Student Name:

Student ID: Student ID:

Contributions:

1.

2.

Contributions:

1.

2.

Contribution Percentage: Contribution Percentage:

By signing below, I certify all information is true

and correct to the best of my knowledge.

Signature:

Date:

By signing below, I certify all information is true

and correct to the best of my knowledge.

Signature:

Date:


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