Public incident report and our learnings about the octopus.com DNS disruption from January 25 – 26, 2023.
Once a week a few of us will gather to talk about some of the most interesting questions we have gotten over the past week and how we went about solving them.
Ask Octopus Episode 28-30 - JSON configuration substitution, Octopus server as cattle & Active Directory breaking changes.A couple of times a week we meet up and talk about some of the most interesting questions we have gotten and how we went about solving them.
Real-world examples tested on Windows 2008 R2 through to 2016. Creating sites, configuring application pools, and examples in both the old WebAdministration module and the newer IISAdministration module.
Learn how to create a WebDriver project in Java with this blog series.
This post demonstrates how to containerize a real-world .NET Core web application with web services and databases.
Learn how to create your own end-to-end model for implementing an automated DevOps pipeline.
Some of the lessons I learned using Docker for development and testing on Windows
Learn how to import an existing microservice application stack into Octopus, as part of our Kubernetes training series.
Octopus are silver sponsors of Code Conf in Copenhagen this year.
Learn how to host a fully functional Maven repository in Amazon S3
Learn how to create Windows and Linux EC2 instances in AWS with example CloudFormation templates
Learn how to configure applications with ConfigMaps and Secrets, as part of our Kubernetes training series
Learn how to manage your own version of the Azure CLI and why we no longer support tooling.
Watch as applications are deployed to a cluster configured with either a ConfigMap or Secret, as part of our Kubernetes training series
Learn the Kubernetes resources used to implement RBAC, as part of our Kubernetes training series
This training series provides a step by step walk-through building multi-environment deployments with Octopus and Kubernetes.
Watch the blue/green deployment strategy, as part of our Kubernetes training series
This post opens our Kubernetes training series. First, learn how to install Docker on your local workstation.
Next in our Kubernetes training series, learn to to install a local development Kubernetes cluster with kind.
Next in our Kubernetes training series, learn how to create a Docker image and run it as a container.
Learn how to configure a Kubernetes cluster as an Octopus target and deploy applications to it, as part of Kubernetes training series.
Learn how to progress deployments to multiple environments as part of our Kubernetes training series.
Java deployment steps include a number of unique error codes that may be displayed in the output if there was an error
Deletes a range of releases
Insights helps spot performance trends
Dynamic Worker pools are used in our cloud product to dynamically create and assign workers to running tasks. This page describes how dynamic worker pools work.
Docker steps provide access to container details, including network, volume, environment variables etc., and make them available in subsequent steps.
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