Octopus completes your CI/CD pipeline
You already have a source control system and a build server. Octopus doesn't replace these, we turbocharge them. Let the build server focus on what it does best: compiling code and running tests. Octopus takes care of deploying and promoting releases between environments.
Seamless integration with Azure DevOps
Push packages, create releases and trigger deployments from Azure DevOps Pipelines with our offical extension.
Octopus deployments in the Azure DevOps dashboard
Connect your Azure DevOps dashboard to Octopus, and use our dashboard widget to display the status of your Octopus deployments all from the comfort of your project dashboard.
Push packages to Octopus Deploy
Complete your build, test and package workflow by using the Push Packages to Octopus task. There is the option to select which Octopus instance to push the package to, replace packages and add additional arguments.
Create releases, deploy and promote continuously
All the tasks you need to perform a deployment in Octopus are available in Azure DevOps. Each task provides a number of options including which instance to deploy to and options for channels and tenanted deployments.
Work items and commits in release notes
Create transparency and traceability by adding work items and comments when creating a release in Azure DevOps. The work items and comments can be viewed in the release summary in your Octopus instance.
Works with Build & Azure Pipelines
The Octopus tasks can be called either directly from Team Build, or from Pipelines within Azure DevOps. This makes it possible to use Azure Pipelines for high-level release approvals, but get all the benefits of Octopus (multi-tenant deployments, on-premises deployments, etc.) at deployment time.
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We've been overhauling our internal infrastructure and back-end systems over the past month, including a move back to full @OctopusDeploy deployments; rediscovering how nice it is to have a platform-agnostic orchestrator that can deploy practically anything, anywhere ❤Nicholas Blumhardt