Commit 37af549c authored by Georgios Ouzounis's avatar Georgios Ouzounis
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What are the Kafka topics and how do i use them </h3>
What are the Kafka topics and how do I use them </h3>
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<h3>Lambda Applications</h3>
<p>One may find a guide on writing Lambda Applications on the landing page of the LoD service. The source code exhibited through that example is available on <a href="https://github.com/grnet/okeanos-LoD/tree/master/example">github</a>. For easy reference, the aforementioned guide is also include in this page.</p>
<p>One may find a guide on writing Lambda Applications on the landing page of the LoD service. The source code exhibited through that example is available on <a href="https://github.com/grnet/okeanos-LoD/tree/master/example">github</a>. For easy reference, the aforementioned guide is also in included this page.</p>
<p>In order to upload, deploy and start running a Lambda Application on top of a Lambda Instance the user of the service will go through the workflow shown below, again using the Web UI of the LoD service VM.</p>
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<ol>
<li>Log into the service dashboard using your ~okeanos token (you can find your ~okeanos token <a href="https://accounts.okeanos.grnet.gr/ui/api_access">here</a>)</li>
<li>Select Applications from the upper left menu of options</li>
<li>On the main window select the button "Upload an Application"</li>
<li>Fill in the form, select the jar file to upload and press "Submit" when ready</li>
<li>Note the progress bar as the application uploads</li>
<li>Upload is completed</li>
<li>On the Applications page select the Application you have just uploaded (click on its name)</li>
<li>Notice the progress bar as the application uploads</li>
<li>Upload has been completed. On the Applications' page, you can select the Application you have just uploaded (click on its name)</li>
</ol>
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<ol start="7">
<li>Select the "Deploy on a Lambda Instance" button</li>
<li>On the list of Lambda Instances available select the one you want to use for running this specific application and</li>
<li>Select Applications from the upper left menu of options</li>
<li>Select the "Deploy on a Lambda Instance" button of the Application you wish to deploy</li>
<li>On the list of Lambda Instances available select the one you want to use for running this specific application</li>
<li>Select to start your application once it has been deployed on the Lambda Instance</li>
</ol>
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<h4>Master Dataset</h4>
The master dataset is an immutable, append-only set of raw data that is stored in the Apache HDFS cluster of your Lambda Instance. As stated in the previous paragraph, any data sent on a topic categorized as input topic, will be appended to the master dataset automatically via Apache Flume.<br>
For more information regarding Apache HDFS and FLume you can visit <a href="hadoop.apache.org">hadoop.apache.org</a> and <a href="flume.apache.org">flume.apache.org</a> respectively.
For more information regarding Apache HDFS and Flume you can visit <a href="hadoop.apache.org">hadoop.apache.org</a> and <a href="flume.apache.org">flume.apache.org</a> respectively.
<br><br>
<h3>Stream Job</h3>
A Stream Job, is an Apache Flink Job designed to process streams of data, in real time, with high throughput rates and low latency.
You can find the code for the Stream Job inside the <a href="https://github.com/grnet/okeanos-LoD/tree/master/example/stream_word_count">stream_word_count</a> directory.
You can find the example code for the Stream Job inside the <a href="https://github.com/grnet/okeanos-LoD/tree/master/example/stream_word_count">stream_word_count</a> directory.
<br><br>
<h4>Input-Output</h4>
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<h3>Batch Job</h3>
A Batch Job is an Apache Flink Job designed to process big loads of data asynchronously. You can find the code for
A Batch Job is an Apache Flink Job designed to process big loads of data asynchronously. You can find the example code for
out Batch Job inside the <a href="https://github.com/grnet/okeanos-LoD/tree/master/example/batch_word_count">batch_word_count</a> directory.
<br><br>
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<img class="img-responsive" src="assets/img/faqs/login.png" alt="Login" title="Login">
</div>
<div class="modal-footer">
Login the service dashboard using your ~okeanos token
Log into the service dashboard using your ~okeanos token
</div>
</div>
</div>
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<img class="img-responsive" src="assets/img/faqs/lambda-application/create/step5.png" alt="Application Progress Bar" title="Application Progress Bar" >
</div>
<div class="modal-footer">
Note the progress bar as the application uploads.
Notice the progress bar as the application uploads.
</div>
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<h4 class="modal-title" id="listapps">Step 7</h4>
</div>
<div class="modal-body">
<img class="img-responsive" src="assets/img/faqs/lambda-application/list.png" alt="List Applications" title="List Applications" >
<img class="img-responsive" src="assets/img/faqs/create.png" alt="List Applications" title="List Applications" >
</div>
<div class="modal-footer">
From the sidebar, select "Applications".
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<div class="col-md-12">
<ol>
<li>Login the service dashboard using your ~okeanos token(you can find your ~okeanos token <a href="https://accounts.okeanos.grnet.gr/ui/api_access">here</a>)</li>
<li>Log into the service dashboard using your ~okeanos token (you can find your ~okeanos token <a href="https://accounts.okeanos.grnet.gr/ui/api_access">here</a>)</li>
<li>Select Instances from the upper left menu of options</li>
<li>On the main window select the button "Create New Instance"</li>
<li>Fill in your new Lambda Instance details in the form provided and click "Submit" when ready (all fields marked with * are mandatory)</li>
<li>Note the status of your new Lambda Instance is automatically updated while it is being deployed and configured</li>
<li>Notice the status of your new Lambda Instance is automatically updated while it is being deployed and configured</li>
</ol>
<p><strong>At the end your Lambda Instance will be ready to use. </strong></p>
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<img class="img-responsive" src="assets/img/faqs/login.png" alt="Photo" >
</div>
<div class="modal-footer">
Login the service dashboard using your ~okeanos token
Log into the service dashboard using your ~okeanos token
</div>
</div>
</div>
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<p>The Lambda on Demand service runs on top of GRNET ~okeanos IaaS public cloud. Users of the ~okeanos service can use the Lambda on Demand service in order to instantiate and manage their own Lambda Instances (clusters of VMs utilizing the <a href="http://lambda-architecture.net/">λ (lambda) architectural pattern</a>) with ease and comfort.</p>
<p>The Lambda on Demand service utilizes Apache Flink on a backend YARN/HDFS installation and Apache Kafka as the data ingestion layer. It also utilizes Apache Flume as an Kafka-HDFS connector.</p>
<p>The Lambda on Demand service utilizes Apache Flink on a backend YARN/HDFS installation and Apache Kafka as the data ingestion layer. It also utilizes Apache Flume as a Kafka-HDFS connector.</p>
<p>In order to use the Lambda on Demand (LoD for brevity) service an ~okeanos user will first need to <a href="https://cyclades.okeanos.grnet.gr">spin up a LoD service VM</a> using the publicly available Lambda Service VM image file.<i> We recommend using at least 4 CPUs, 4GB of RAM and 40GB disk size for the LoD service VM.</i></p>
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<li>
From the list of Lambda Applications that appear, click "Details" to see more information about a specific Application.
</li>
<li>
Notice the action button at the right of each Application. If the "Start" button is disabled that means that your Application is running.
</li>
</ol>
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<img class="img-responsive" src="assets/img/faqs/login.png" alt="Login" title="Login">
</div>
<div class="modal-footer">
Login the service dashboard using your ~okeanos token
Log into the service dashboard using your ~okeanos token
</div>
</div>
</div>
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<h1>Export Master Dataset</h1>
<p>
The master dataset of each Lambda Instance, is stored on its <a href="https://hadoop.apache.org">Hadoop Distributed File System(HDFS)</a>.
The master dataset of each Lambda Instance, is stored on its <a href="https://hadoop.apache.org">Hadoop Distributed File System (HDFS)</a>.
In order to export them, you will have to connect over ssh to the Master Node of your Lambda Instance and create a snapshot of the HDFS. After
that, you can move the snapshot on the file system of your VM and then, secure copy it on your local machine, upload it on the cloud etc...
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<pre>
ssh -l root snf-XXXXXX.vm.okeanos.grnet.gr
</pre>
where, XXXXXX should be replaced with the id of the VM(e.g. snf-543786.vm.okeanos.grnet.gr). To find the id of the Master Node of your
where, XXXXXX should be replaced with the id of the VM (e.g. snf-543786.vm.okeanos.grnet.gr). To find the id of the Master Node of your
Lambda Instance you can use {{#link-to 'faqs.lambda-instance.find-master-node-hostname'}}this{{/link-to}} guide.
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<pre>
ssh -l root snf-XXXXXX.vm.okeanos.grnet.gr
</pre>
where XXXXXX should be replaced with the id of the VM(e.g. snf-543786.vm.okeanos.grnet.gr). To find the id of the Master Node
where XXXXXX should be replaced with the id of the VM (e.g. snf-543786.vm.okeanos.grnet.gr). To find the id of the Master Node
of your Lambda Instance follow the instructions from {{#link-to 'faqs.lambda-instance.find-master-node-hostname'}}this{{/link-to}} guide.
</li><br>
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<ol>
<li>
Log in the LoD Service VM using your ~okeanos token.
Log into the LoD Service VM using your ~okeanos token.
</li>
<li>
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</li>
<li>
Click on the name of the Lambda Instance you chose or the corresponding "Details" button.
Click on the name of the Lambda Instance you wish or the corresponding "Details" button.
</li>
<li>
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<img class="img-responsive" src="assets/img/faqs/login.png" alt="Login" title="Login">
</div>
<div class="modal-footer">
Login the service dashboard using your ~okeanos token
Log the service dashboard using your ~okeanos token
</div>
</div>
</div>
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<p>
You can use Apache Kafka topics to send data to a Lambda Application of yours and also
receive the results of the processing of these data. Note that your Application should be {{#link-to 'faqs.lambda-application.create'}}configured properly{{/link-to}} in order to send the results to topics, they will <b>NOT</b> be sent there by default. In order send and receive data from an Apache Kafka topic, you can use the <a href="https://github.com/grnet/okeanos-LoD/tree/devel/example/kafka_producer">kafka producer</a> and <a href="https://github.com/grnet/okeanos-LoD/tree/devel/example/kafka_consumer">kafka consumer</a> we have created responsively. Follow the README.md file of each program to get information regarding its usage. It goes without saying that you can create your own producers and consumers to send and receive data from Apache Kafka if our implementations doesn't cover your needs.
receive the results of the processing of these data. Note that your Application should be {{#link-to 'faqs.lambda-application.create'}}configured properly{{/link-to}} in order to send the results to topics, they will <b>NOT</b> be sent there by default. In order send and receive data from an Apache Kafka topic, you can use the <a href="https://github.com/grnet/okeanos-LoD/tree/devel/example/kafka_producer">kafka producer</a> and <a href="https://github.com/grnet/okeanos-LoD/tree/devel/example/kafka_consumer">kafka consumer</a> we have created respectively. Follow the README.md file of each program to get information regarding its usage. It goes without saying that you can create your own producers and consumers to send and receive data from Apache Kafka if our implementations doesn't cover your needs.
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</li>
<li>
From the list of Lambda Instances that appear, choose the corresponding "Start" or "Stop" button. Notice that when the Lambda Instance
has been started, the "Start" button is disabled and when the Lambda Instance has been, stopped the "Stop" button is disabled.
has been started, the "Start" button is disabled and when the Lambda Instance has been stopped the "Stop" button is disabled.
</li>
</ol>
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<img class="img-responsive" src="assets/img/faqs/login.png" alt="Login" title="Login">
</div>
<div class="modal-footer">
Login the service dashboard using your ~okeanos token
Log into the service dashboard using your ~okeanos token
</div>
</div>
</div>
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