Commit 8961e8b0 authored by Georgios Ouzounis's avatar Georgios Ouzounis
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Implemented how to view results faq on Central VM.

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<h3 class="box-title">Short guide on viewing results from a Lambda Application</h3>
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<h1>Getting Results</h1>
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Lambda on Demand service is used to process data. This means that, to get results, you first have to provide some data.
To do that, you should first {{#link-to 'index'}}create a LoD service VM{{/link-to}}, a {{#link-to 'faqs.lambda-instance.create'}}
Lambda Instance{{/link-to}} and a {{#link-to 'faqs.lambda-application.create'}}Lambda Application{{/link-to}}.
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After you have created these three elements, follow {{#link-to 'faqs.lambda-application.run'}}this{{/link-to}} guide to find out how
to upload your Lambda Application on your Lambda Instance using the web interface of your LoD service VM. You can follow
{{#link-to 'faqs.lambda-application.observe-running'}}this{{/link-to}} guide to observe your runnning applications on a LoD service VM.
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At this point, you have successfully started a Lambda Application on a Lambda Instance. As stated before, in order to get results, you
first have to provide some data. To send data on a Lambda Instance you can use Apache Kafka which is installed by default. Follow the
{{#link-to 'faqs.lambda-instance.kafka-topics'}}Kafka topics guide{{/link-to}} to get information on how to send data to an Apache Kafka
topic and also how to receive the results of your Lambda Application's processing.
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