In this post, I’ll cover how to better customize some settings so to get your own custom domain for your EC2 instance. Say, app.example.com. Anyone interested in customizing an EC2 instance can use this - not just those who build R Shiny apps. I assume you already read part 1, where it was described how to launch an R Shiny app on EC2. I assume you already have some EC2 instance running with some useful app.
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I want to run R Shiny on AWS using Docker. Here’s how to do it. In part 2, I’ll demonstrate how to get a custom domain and make the URL look clean. Useful background reading If you’re already comfortable with Docker, skip to the next section. Great Simple tutorial on using Docker and Flask: Short and sweet. Docker for Beginners: Verbose and lengthy. Excellent introduction. Walks you through all the jargon.
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Bryan Whiting

father, innovator, data scientist

Data Scientist

Washington, D.C.