These are the user roles in brightRserver, which may overlap.

SuperAdmins

Control access to the brightRserver

  • Manage users and logins
  • Organize users into groups
  • Grant and revoke access to the Secure File Transfer Protocol (SFTP) server
  • Receive brightRserver availability alerts from automated watch server
  • Access to all:
    • YakData brightRserver web applications (brightR apps)
    • Editor slots via the web interface
  • Ability to interact with dynamic features of tables, graphs, dashboards, models, and maps

Editors

Build content on the secure brightRserver Editor

  • The brightRserver Editor is YakData’s Integrated Development Environment (IDE) on the web
  • Create, edit, delete and publish new brightR apps based on the shiny package from CRAN
  • Reuse your existing R web apps built with the shiny package from CRAN (shiny apps)
  • Access to all:
    • brightR apps via web interface
    • brightR apps and supporting files via assigned Editor slot(s)
  • Ability to interact with dynamic features of tables, graphs, dashboards, models, and maps

Consumers

Audience for brightR web apps

  • Data analysts/scientists
  • Executives/business users
  • Any person that the SuperAdmin chooses to include, either within or outside the organization
  • Can be added to Groups (e.g. Finance, Marketing, etc.) for easy management of access to content
  • Allowed to view specific brightR apps
  • Ability to interact with dynamic features of tables, graphs, dashboards, models, and maps

SFTP users

Upload/download files on Secure FTP (SFTP)

  • Any person with a user account is eligible
  • Publish, modify and delete any content including brightR apps, data and supporting files
  • Install, update and remove R packages via the brightRserver R Package Manager (RPM)
  • SFTP access is very powerful; therefore, it is strongly suggested that only technically skilled users are granted this privilege

Public

Audience for public brightR apps

  • Any person inside or outside your organization, whether or not they have a user account on your brightRserver
  • By default, everyone can view a public brightR app as long as they have the link
  • Ability to interact with dynamic features of tables, graphs, dashboards, models, and maps
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