Replace portions of a file using Octopus variables
Using multiple OctopusDeploy instances in the context of an ISV
PowerShell console, PowerShell conventions, and IIS bindings
In this session, we'll look at how Octopus enables continuous delivery, what it offers over standard tooling, and how it can make your ops team love you again.
What if Octopus could monitor the Windows Services and IIS websites that you deploy?
From Octopus 2.2 onwards we're going to be storing API keys using a one-way hash function
We're planning some improvements to the way we integrate Octopus Deploy with TFS, and we'd love to get your feedback.
Better TFS support, and no need to check in OctoPack to source control
Self-service deployments allow more members of your team to deploy to pre-production environments, but there are some things to consider.
Built-in NuGet repository, guest access, variable improvements and multiple instance management