Octopus: HA is now available for general use as part of Octopus 3.1.
One of the benefits of being API first is that you can do anything that the Octopus UI does via web requests. We have a handy library called Octopus.Client that wraps the API and makes it easy to perform operations on your Octopus Deploy Server. This article will focus on some common operations using PowerShell.
A guest post from Daniel Nolan of ReadyRoll on Deploying Database Configuration Tables with Octopus Deploy and ReadyRoll
We're going to run some webinars to try to help people get started with automation.
What's new in Octopus Deploy 3.1
Octopus Deploy High Availability is our offering for customers where Octopus Deploy has become a critical piece of infrastructure. In addition to the benefits of extra reliability, High Availability provides performance gains over a single Octopus Server. Our aim was to provide a linear performance increase as you add nodes to your High Availability cluster.
Very soon we'll be launching Octopus: High Availability (HA) edition. To prepare for High Availability, we're making a few changes which will make it easier to manage Octopus server workloads.
Some lessons we've learned in the last few months that change the way we work. Plus tools for a distributed team