Upgrading to Octopus 2.0

On 20th December 2013, Paul Stovell and the Octopus Team released Octopus Deploy 2.0. We’ve had a chance to play with the product for sometime, and it’s a great next version. Here’s 5 great reasons to upgrade; Configurable Dashboards Sensitive variables Polling Tentacles (Pull or Push) IIS website and application pool configuration Rolling deployments So […]

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Automated release management for .NET with OctopusDeploy

Introducing OctopusDeploy We are big fans of OctopusDeploy and have been using it since its beta release in early 2012. If you’re not familiar with OctopusDeploy, here’s the background; 1. It’s an automated release management tool for Microsoft .NET, comprising of a centralized server and agents, known as Tentacles, which are installed on each target server. 2. It uses the NuGet […]

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