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Introducing SAML in RStudio Connect

2019-05-14 Sean Lopp
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RStudio Connect 1.7.4 builds off of the prior release with significant improvements for RStudio Connect administrators. SAML support is available for production, a new admin view of scheduled reports helps identify potential conflicts, additional server APIs support deployment workflows, and our email configuration has been completely re-vamped. View Scheduled Content Scheduled Content Calendar This release includes a new calendar view, pictured above, that helps administrators review all scheduled content in a single place. Read more →

Introducing RStudio Team

2019-05-09 Roger Oberg
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RStudio is excited to announce RStudio Team, a new software bundle that makes it easier and more economical to adopt our commercially licensed and supported professional offerings. RStudio Team includes RStudio Server Pro, RStudio Connect, and RStudio Package Manager. With RStudio Team, your data science team will be properly equipped to analyze data at scale using R and Python; manage R packages; and create and share plots, Shiny apps, R Markdown documents, REST APIs (with plumber), and even Jupyter Notebooks, with your entire organization. Read more →

RStudio Connect 1.7.2

2019-03-22 Kelly O'Briant
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RStudio Connect 1.7.2 is ready to download, and this release contains some long-awaited functionality that we are excited to share. Several authentication and user-management tooling improvements have been added, including the ability to change authentication providers on an existing server, new group support options, and the official introduction of SAML as a supported authentication provider (currently a beta feature*). But that’s not all… keep reading to learn about great additions to the RStudio Connect UI, updates to Python support, and a brand new Admin dashboard view for tracking scheduled content. Read more →

Try out RStudio Connect on Your Desktop for Free

2019-02-13 Cole Arendt
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Have you heard of RStudio Connect, but do not know where to start? Maybe you are trying to show your manager how Shiny applications can be deployed in production, or convince a DevOps engineer that R can fit into her existing tooling. Perhaps you want to explore the functionality of RStudio’s Professional products to see if they fit the needs you have in your work. Today, we are excited to announce the RStudio QuickStart, which allows you to try out RStudio Connect for free from your desktop. Read more →

RStudio Connect 1.7.0

2019-01-17 Sean Lopp
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RStudio Connect is the publishing platform for everything you create in R. In conversations with our customers, R users were excited to have a central place to share all their data products, but were facing a tough problem. Their colleagues working in Python didn’t have the same option, leaving their work stranded on their desktops. Today, we are excited to introduce the ability for data science teams to publish Jupyter Notebooks and mixed Python and R content to RStudio Connect. Read more →

RStudio 1.2 Preview: Plumber Integration

2018-10-23 Gary Ritchie
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The RStudio 1.2 Preview Release makes it even easier to create RESTful Web APIs in R using the plumber package. plumber is a package that converts your existing R code to a web API using a handful of special one-line comments. RStudio 1.2 provides the following plumber-related productivity enhancements: push-button local server execution for development and testing easy API publishing to RStudio Connect automatic API documentation and interactive execution via Swagger create a new Plumber API project or add an API to an existing directory A full discussion of Web APIs and the plumber package is beyond the scope of this article; for a primer, check out: R Views: REST APIs and Plumber Read more →

RStudio Connect 1.6.8 - Emails, APIs, and Titles

2018-09-20 Sean Lopp
RStudio Connect 1.6.8 includes additions to custom emails, new user endpoints in the RStudio Connect Server API, support for content descriptions and title changes, and important security and authentication improvements. Updates R Markdown Reports have access to environment variables containing metadata about the report on RStudio Connect. This addition is especially important for custom emails. In case you missed it, recent versions of RStudio Connect allow data scientists to distribute beautiful emails that can include plots, tables, and dynamically generated text. Read more →

RStudio Connect 1.6.6 - Custom Emails

2018-07-26 Sean Lopp
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We are excited to announce RStudio Connect 1.6.6! This release caps a series of improvements to RStudio Connect’s ability to deliver your work to others. Custom Email The most significant change in RStudio Connect 1.6.6 is the new ability for publishers to customize the emails sent to others when they update their data products. In RStudio Connect, it is already possible to schedule the execution of R Markdown documents and send emails to subscribers notifying them of new versions of content. Read more →

RStudio Connect v1.6.4.2 - Security Update

2018-07-09 Jeff Allen
A security vulnerability in a third-party library used by RStudio Connect was uncovered during a security audit last week. We have confirmed that this vulnerability has not been used against any of the RStudio Connect instances we host, and are unaware of it being exploited on any customer deployments. Under certain conditions, this vulnerability could compromise the session of a user that was tricked into visiting a specially crafted URL. The issue affects all versions of RStudio Connect up to and including 1. Read more →

RStudio Connect v1.6.4

2018-06-19 Cole Arendt
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RStudio Connect version 1.6.4 is now available! There are a few breaking changes and a handful of new features that are highlighted below. We encourage you to upgrade as soon as possible! Breaking Please take note of important breaking changes before upgrading. Pandoc 2 RStudio Connect includes Pandoc 1 and will now also include Pandoc 2. Admins do not need to install either. If you have deployed content with rmarkdown version 1. Read more →