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CLA Comprehensive Learning Assessment
Using what you have learned during this course, you will now have an opportunity to apply some hands-on knowledge. While the course did not directly address the concept of Virtual machines, you have learned about all of the components.
What is a Virtual Machine – A Virtual Machine (VM) is a compute resource that uses software instead of a physical computer to run programs and deploy apps? One or more virtual “guest” machines run on a physical “host” machine. Each virtual machine runs its own operating system and functions separately from the other VMs, even when they are all running on the same host. This means that, for example, a virtual MacOS virtual machine can run on a physical PC.
For this Comprehensive Learning Assessment, you will create a virtual machine on your computer and add the operating system of your choice.
How to install and Setup VirtualBox (VM) on a Mac – https://youtu.be/h0nCForKGPI
How to install and Setup VirtualBox (VM) on a PC – https://youtu.be/b866-7Y_0KQ
Develop and present a 3-4 pages paper that demonstrates you have learned during this Comprehensive Learning Assignment and know how to apply the learning objectives in this course. Be sure to provide examples of all the elements that you have learned.
*Please refer to the Grading Criteria for Comprehensive Learning Assessments (CLAs) in the University Policies for specific guidelines and expectations.
CLA Comprehensive Learning Assessment (CLA) Presentation
In addition to your CLA2 report, please prepare a professional PowerPoint presentation discussing the process you followed in creating your virtual machine. In your presentation, discuss the potential uses and benefits of running a virtual machine as a home user and then as a business. Consider a potential business scenario in which a virtual machine solution would be appropriate and present your reasoning. Your presentation should be approximately 5-7 slides, plus the cover and reference slides. You will deliver your presentation during the final live class session.
*Please refer to the Grading Criteria for CLA Presentations in the University Policies for specific guidelines and expectations.