Interested in hosting your own IIIF resources? Check out some of the most popular IIIF-compatible servers, or review a growing list of community selections on the Awesome IIIF list. You can also make an existing image server IIIF-compatible.
An open-source dynamic image server for on-demand generation of derivatives of high-resolution source images, written in Java. https://cantaloupe-project.github.io/
A high-performance image server for web-based streamed viewing and zooming of high-resolution images, written in C++. http://iipimage.sourceforge.net/documentation/server/
A IIIF Image API 2.1 server as an AWS Serverless Application.
A IIIF image server written in Python.
Make a existing image server IIIF compatible
Many existing image servers can also be made compatible with serving images into the IIIF ecosystem with a simple “shim”.
A Ruby gem designed to help you build shims for the IIIF Presentation API. Built by Jack Reed. https://github.com/mejackreed/shimmy
Makes ContentDM images available through IIIF. Written in Python and built by Rob Sanderson. https://github.com/azaroth42/pi3f/tree/master/shims/ContentDM
A Flask extension to support IIIF in Python/Flask applications. Built by 16 contributors. https://github.com/inveniosoftware/flask-iiif