The assignment requires you to assess the cloud implementation and answer the questions given.
1. Assess the nature of the problems faced by AirBNB that required a cloud solution.
2. To what extent did the AWS solution solve these problems?
3. What possible downsides might their be to the AWS solution?
4. List and describe other vendors and their products that AirBNB could have been used.
All questions carry equal marks.
Along with the case notes sites given above, you should draw on the content covered over the module to inform your answers. You may also draw on other relevant published sources to contribute to your answers to the questions. Remember to reference all sources.
A word-processing document providing the answers to the case questions.
Student Provisional Grade
Module: Issue Date:
Assessment: Project (50% of module) Lecturer:
Criteria Evidence of Achievement Grade
General Requirements for Students:
1. A proportion of assessment marks is allocated to presentation. All assignments must be word-processed, with word count noted unless otherwise stated by the lecturer.
2. Where a hardcopy submission is required, an Assignment Submission Form must be securely attached to each submission.
3. All assignments must be submitted no later than the stated deadline.
o Assignments submitted after the latest deadline (date and time) specified, including any extension, are deemed to be ‘late’ and are penalised, as follows:
Where the assignment is submitted not more than seven working days after the latest specified date, the mark awarded to the assignment is reduced by 25%.
Where the assignment is submitted more than seven working days after the latest specified date, it is awarded a mark of zero
Where the assessment is undertaken in a group, the piece of work should be submitted in its complete entirety, and any penalty for late submission incurred applies to all group members.
4. All relevant provisions of the Assessment Regulations must be complied with.
5. Extensions to assignment submission deadlines will be not be granted
6. Students are required to retain a copy of each assignment submitted, and the submission receipt (If a physical submission is required) until the issuing of a transcript indicating the mark awarded.
7. Assignments must be appropriately packaged and presented.
8. Where a submission involves digital media, it is the submitting students’ responsibility to ensure the media is appropriately labelled, fully working and they must retain a copy.
9. Assignments that breach the word count requirements will be penalised. There is a 10% discretion, either way, applicable in terms of word count.
10. Students are required to refer to the assessment regulations in their Student Guides and on the Student Website.
11. Penalises students who engage in academic impropriety (i.e. plagiarism, collusion and/or copying).
13. In relation to electronic submissions:
A. All assignments should be submitted to your subject/course page on Moodle by the deadline date.
B. It is the student’s responsibility to ensure their file is uploaded correctly.
C. When an assignment is submitted, it is the student’s responsibility to ensure that the file is in the correct format and opens correctly.
D. When you submit your assignment you will be asked to click on a button which will declare the following:
By submitting this assignment I confirm that I am aware of policy regarding cheating, plagiarism and all other forms of academic impropriety. The coursework submitted is my own or my group’s work, and all other sources consulted have been appropriately acknowledged. I am aware that in the case of doubt an investigation will be held.
E. Include an electronic cover sheet with the following details to the front of the assignment:
Electronic Assignment Cover sheet
Please fill out and attach as the first page of Assignment.
Student (s) Number as per your student card:
No of Words: