Just because you are using Node.js, don't violate the principle of build-once, deploy-many
Octopus 2018.6 is building the foundation for some excellent new features coming soon!
With the release of 2018.5 and the introduction of Azure Service Fabric Cluster targets, we thought it'd be the perfect opportunity to provide a quick overview of the new Service Fabric deployment targets with Octopus Deploy.
Octopus 2018.5 features our next generation of Azure support.
We are introducing new deployment targets to represent the platform-as-a-service offerings
What's new in Octopus 2018.4
We are introducing the ability to schedule recurring deployments.
Connecting GitHub WebHooks to Octopus for release creation is easy using Azure Functions (which can itself be deployed in Octopus)
What's new in Octopus 2018.3
GitHub Feeds now allow deployments from source code without having to explicitly build packages