As of DSS 2.2, here is what you can do:
You cannot expose a DSS Dashboard (or graph) externally. It is a feature that we have in mind but no ETA yet.
I hope that helps.
Jeremy from Dataiku
By design, web-apps developed in DSS require a logged-in user. They can be exposed internally within your organisation but not to external people without a DSS login.
Having said that, you can develop a web-app externally which calls Dataiku API nodes in the backend. This is a common pattern that we have applied in this example: https://blog.dataiku.com/predicting-taxi-fares-in-new-york-using-machine-learning-in-real-time.
You can use this external web-app here: https://taxifare.dss-demo.dataiku.com/
hey @Alex_Combessie quick follow up question, would it be technically possible to implement the same taxi fares application you mentioned fully on the API Node, so that it's externally visible? I know that we can implement it using the Dataiku web apps as explained in the blog post, but is it then possible to move this application (with some modification) to be served by the API Node? I mean using the API Node to serve both the static HTML/JS content + the REST API calls
This taxi fare webapp is a simple Flask app for the front-end, with a Python backend calling the API node endpoint. It's public as it's hosted on an external web server.
You need a web server to serve the front-end. Dataiku API nodes are meant to be used in the backend.