Easy to Use

Deploying your Shiny applications could not be easier. You don’t need to own a server or know how to configure a firewall to deploy and manage your applications in the cloud. No hardware, installation, or annual purchase contract required.

Secure is secure-by-design. Each Shiny application runs in its own protected environment and access is always SSL encrypted. Standard and Professional plans offer user authentication, preventing anonymous visitors from being able to access your applications. Users are required to authenticate through one of the supported systems which currently include Google, GitHub, or a account.Click here to read more about authentication.


We bring our IT team so you won’t have to bring yours. Be confident your compute resources will scale effortlessly as your Shiny applications and users increase. You can also tune the performance of your applications by controlling the resources available to them. This includes the ability to run multiple R processes in a given instance, along with the ability to add additional instances to increase your application performance even further. Shinyapps can scale to meet any workload. Click here to read more about scaling and performance tuning.

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Shiny Deployment Comparison

Category Description Shiny Server Shiny Server Pro
Overview Deploy Shiny applications and Interactive Documents to the Web
Move computation close to the data
Host multiple applications
Deploy Shiny applications behind firewalls
Security & Authentication Password protect applications
LDAP and Active Directory authentication
Group based authorization
SSL support
Tuning & Scaling Scale applications across multiple R processes
View and manage active sessions
Allocate resources on a per application basis
Define application concurrency limits
Monitoring System performance and resource metrics
Per application: Usage, performance, and resource metrics
Health check end point

* For plans that include authentication, your application users must have a Google, Github or a account