RStudio Connect

Kevin Feasel



Jen Underwood discusses RStudio Connect:

RStudio officially introduced the newest product in RStudio’s product lineup: RStudio Connect. RStudio Connect is a new publishing platform for R that allows analytics users to share Shiny applications, R Markdown reports, dashboards, plots, and more. This release adds an improved user experience for parameterized R Markdown reports, simple button-click publishing from the RStudio IDE, scheduled execution and distribution of reports, and more security policies include hybrid data connections. Essentially RStudio Connect eases enterprise deployment scenarios.

Between what Microsoft is doing with its old Revolution Analytics holdings and what RStudio is doing, this is a great time to be an enterprise R customer.

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