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.
Request for comments on better support for multi-tenant deployments in Octopus Deploy with Tenant as a first-class concept
What's new in Octopus Deploy 3.3
Request for comments on better support for multi-tenant deployments in Octopus Deploy
Request for comments on support for Azure Resource Manager
Setting up your Octopus Deploy service to communicate over IPv6 is as simple as doing nothing! Dual mode connectivity has now been enabled to allow Tentacle communications over both IPv4 and IPv6 as default.