ASP.NET Core 1 and the dotnet CLI makes publishing applications a first-class feature of the platform. This post explains how to hook it into your build & deployment pipeline.
A walk-through of deploying an ASP.NET Core application to Red Hat Enterprise Linux using Octopus Deploy
Cleaning temporary ASP.NET files with Octopus Deploy
We migrated Octopus Deploy to a more standardized way of writing an API, using ASP.NET controllers. Learn about our implementation strategy: Derisk, Enable, Finish.
Deploy ASP.NET applications to Azure Web Sites
Learn how to migrate an ASP.NET web app from hosting it on-premises to an Azure App Service in the Cloud.
Deploying an ASP.NET MVC web app to Azure with a cloud-based delivery pipeline using AppVeyor and Octopus - Will it Deploy? Episode 6
Deploying an ASP.NET Core web app to an AWS Ubuntu Linux VM with SQL Server for Linux - Will it Deploy? Episode 7
We try to automate the deployment of a ASP.NET core web app to Microsoft's Azure platform with infrastructure provisioning and zero production downtime.
Seq is a server that makes it easy to analyse and search structured logs
Ian Paullin will be talking about Octopus at the Chicago ALM user group on May 21st
UI design for eventual consistency
See pods being deployed with either rolling updates, recreates, or blue/green deployments.
What's new in Octopus Deploy 3.3
Packaging formats and artifact repositories are essential to continuous delivery. Here are my dreams for a universal packaging format.
Octopus 2.0 can automatically create and update websites and application pools in IIS
Deploy .NET applications directly to Azure VM's using our Tentacle agent extension.
An overview of microservices and the different frameworks you can use to support them.
Understand why old versions of Windows can fail to make network requests.
Depending on your Linux distro, you may have to build the APR from scratch to take advantage of the higher performance of the OpenSSL library in Tomcat.
Learn how to implement a class in a custom step template.
This guide covers everything you need to perform your first ASP.NET Core webapp deployment.
This guide describes how to package and publish an ASP.NET Core project to Octopus from your development workstation.
Using the Octopus CLI (octo) command line tool to create packages for deployment.
Getting started with the Octopus.Client.
An example script to delete a space.
Using systemd, you can have the Octopus Server Linux Container running in Docker each time the OS starts on your host machine.
Using .NET configuration transformations.
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