Snapshots have been a feature of Octopus since 2012, and they help to ensure that deployment processes are consistent for a given release. In 2015 we added Channels, which appears to make snapshots obsolete. We're considering removing snapshots in 3.4.
Introducing Robert Wagner
Request For Comment on proposed Cloud Regions feature
How to reliably deploy large Azure Web Apps using Octopus Deploy
18 months ago we switched from RavenDB to SQL Server, but we kept using SQL as if it were a document store. This post goes into some detail about how our database works.
Octopus Deploy 3.4 is a big release, get involved in steering the direction of key features! Multi-tenant deployments. Elastic environments and transient machine support - machine policies.
Nano Server is an extremely small version of Windows Server. .NET Core is a small version of the .NET runtime. Together, I believe they are the future of how applications will run in production.
Introducing Michael Noonan
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.