The answer by Keqiang_Li in response to a question about running ShinyProxy in a docker container made me think that it might be possible to run ShinyProxy in a Kubernetes cluster.
It can run in a single container, but what I would like is for ShinyProxy to start new containers in the cluster (new pods). I have not been able to get that to work, and before I try further I would like to check whether it is something that is possible at all.
Has anybody else tried to run ShinyProxy in Kubernetes? How did you manage to get new pods started?