Deploy RShiny with Kubernetes using AWS EKS and Terraform

Deploy RShiny on AWS EKS with Terraform

Today we will be deploying the rocker/shiny image on Kubernetes with AWS, or EKS.

If you're following along with the deploy RShiny on AWS Series, you'll know that I covered deploying RShiny with a helm chart . Today, I want to go deeper into deploying RShiny on EKS, along with some tips and tricks that I use for my everyday deployments.

An Extremely Brief Introduction to Kubernetes

Kubernetes is kind of a beast to get started with, and people constantly complain that its extremely complicated to get started with. They would be correct, but I'm here to give the 2 minute rundown of what you need to know to deploy your RShiny (or Dash, Flask, Django, Ruby on Rails, etc) application on Kubernetes. This is because Kubernetes is not magical, and it's not even that new. It's a very nice abstraction layer on top of infrastructure concepts that already exist.

Disclaimer! I know I am oversimplifying things here, and I am totally...

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