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Hello, and welcome to the week 13 announcements for CC 510 in fall 2022. So this is a list of everything that's remaining do in this class. For the rest of the semester, we've got lab six that's due today, you've got a discussion that's due after Thanksgiving, your final project proposal is due after Thanksgiving. And then we have lab seven, discussion, five. And the final project I'll do right around finals week. So there's really not a whole lot left in this class. As long as you're keeping up. Hopefully, you can get everything taken care of. But this gives you an idea. All of this is on Canvas as well.
So for lab six that you'll be getting graded. Today, you've got a Windows file server and an Ubuntu file server that you'll be setting up in your virtual machines, you're also going to have a Windows web application that's set up on your Windows Server in your virtual machine. And then you'll be setting up a cloud web application either in Docker or across your to DigitalOcean droplets, depending on which option you choose. Again, most of this lab six grading is just checking to see if everything's working correctly. So if it's working and you know it's working, you're probably be fine. If you're having issues, I can work with you to see what's going on and see if we can debug it. For lab seven, lab seven is kind of a catch all of a bunch of things left in this class. So we'll spend a little bit of time playing around with backups and restoring from backups. We'll spend a little time doing some monitoring. And we'll talk a little bit about DevOps. Each of these are just kind of independent things that I wanted to add to the end of the class so that we got some of these things covered as well.
So for the last discussion in this class, your speaker is Hunter Guthrie Hunter is a plant system administrator for energy at the Wolf Creek Nuclear Generating Plant is a former student that took the CIS 527 version of this class a few years ago, he works in a really highly secure industry working in energy production, especially the nuclear generating facility. And so he's got a different view on system administration from his world where security and reliability is key. So I think his insights are really interesting. So I hope you enjoy his discussion.
So hopefully, by now you've been thinking about the final project, the information is out on canvas. Basically, remember, your final project is to build something or fix something it related, it could be any number of things. So chat with me if you need any ideas for your final project. What you're going to be turning in for your final project is a written report, there is a template that you can use. The template has bullet points in it, but please remember your port should be written report, it should not be a list of bullet points. Basically, in your report, you're going to research and propose your idea. Make sure you give me all of the framing and background I need to understand your idea and understand that you understand your idea. Then you're going to perform a SWOT analysis, strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats. You can include graphics and data as needed. I expect each element of your SWOT analysis to have, you know, three to five points that you make underneath that. So three to five strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats. You'll also give me a presentation, it'll be about 15 to 30 minutes going through your research your proposal, your SWOT analysis. The overall goal for this is to convince me that you've analyzed this project well, and that you've leveraged the things that you've learned in this class, to actually demonstrate your ability to do some stuff it related.
The other thing you should demo during your presentation is a small prototype, it should be pretty easy. It should be somewhat related to your project, but it can be a small scale version of your idea. Ideally, you should spend only about two to four hours working on your prototype. It's not meant to be that much. But I at least want you to get something hands on with something that we maybe haven't done in this class. So your presentation can be given either live or you can pre record it using zoom or OBS or any other tool you have. You need to present honor before the Friday of finals week. And please check my schedule this semester because I'm in charge of the CIS senior project course. Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday finals week are already booked up for those presentations. And Monday and Friday slots are going fast. So if you want to present on finals week, please take the time to schedule now if you want to do a live presentation, or consider doing a pre recorded presentation that is submitted on or before Friday, if you need alternative arrangements, if you work during the days, things like that, please email me and let me know sooner rather than later so I can get those arrangements made.
Other than that, please feel free to keep in touch. We've gotten discussions on Discord, you've got office hours, there's lots and lots of ways you can get in touch with me. So please make sure you take advantage of that. But other than that you should be working on your presentation you'll probably end up with a PowerPoint or two. So don't forget to include those in your presentation. If you have any questions let me know otherwise I will see you again in a couple of weeks and I wish you all a happy Thanksgiving and a good Thanksgiving break.
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<h3>Week 13 Announcements</h3>
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<section>
<h3>Remaining</h3>
<ul>
<li>Lab 6 Due Today</li>
<li>Discussion 4 Due 11/28</li>
<li>Final Project Proposal Due 12/2</li>
<li>Lab 7 Due 12/5</li>
<li>Discussion 5 Due 12/12</li>
<li>Final Project Due 12/16</li>
</ul>
</section>
<section>
<h3>Lab 6 Grading</h3>
<ul>
<li>Windows File Server</li>
<li>Ubuntu File Server</li>
<li>Windows Web Application</li>
<li>Cloud Web Application</li>
</ul>
</section>
<section>
<h3>Lab 7</h3>
<ul>
<li>Backup & Restore</li>
<li>Monitoring</li>
<li>DevOps</li>
</ul>
</section>
<section>
<h3>Speaker: Hunter Guthrie</h3>
<ul>
<li>Plant System Administrator</li>
<li>Evergy - Wolf Creek</li>
<li>Former CIS 527 Student</li>
<li>Highly Secure Industry</li>
</ul>
</section>
<section>
<h3>Final Project</h3>
<ul>
<li>Build Something or Fix Something</li>
<li>Web Resource for New Startup</li>
<li>Set up Laptops for a School</li>
<li>Design Central Auth for Company</li>
<li>Thin Clients vs. Thick in Labs</li>
<li><i>Chat with me for ideas</i></li>
</ul>
</section>
<section>
<h3>Final Project Completion</h3>
<ul>
<li><b>Written Report</b> - Use Template</li>
<li>Research, Propose & SWOT Analysis</li>
<li>Include Graphics & Data As Needed</li>
<li><b>Live Presentation</b> - 15-30 minutes</li>
<li><i>Convince Me You've Analyzed It Well</i></li>
<li><b>Small Prototype</b> - Should be Easy</li>
<li>Spend 2-4 Hours on Prototype</li>
</ul>
</section>
<section>
<h3>Presentation</h3>
<ul>
<li>Live or Pre-recorded</li>
<li>Present on or before Friday</li>
<li><b>Schedule Now!</b></li>
<li>Email for Alt. Arrangements</li>
</ul>
</section>
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<h3>Keep in Touch!</h3>
<ul>
<li>Discussions on Discord</li>
<li>One-on-One Office Hours</li>
</ul>
</section>
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