Proposed changes to better support using Octopus to deploy in distributed environments.
By automating deployments, they become less painful and more reliable, which allows you to make them more frequently.
Exit code 0 in PowerShell can signify anything from "the script ran perfectly" to "your script is so horribly broken that Windows needs to be treated for PTSD". Here's how we handle it in Octopus.
Octopus Deploy is a bronze sponsor for DevOps Down Under 2013. Hope to see you there!
Jeff French has a great presentation coming up on continuous delivery of complex applications with TeamCity and Octopus Deploy, which he'll be doing at the KCDC and NDC 2013.
Henry the Octopus, wishing you a happy Easter
UI design for eventual consistency
Today we released Octopus Deploy 1.5, which features support for Windows Azure cloud service deployments, as well as deployments via FTP/FTPS.
A mockup of a new design for the create release screen