Octopus is great for helping you perform repeatable and controlled deployments of your applications into Azure, but you can also use it to manage your infrastructure in Azure. Runbooks can be used to help automate this without having to create new deployment releases.
Typical routines could be:
- Creating a new Resource group.
- Spinning up a new Virtual Machine.
- Managing firewall rules.
- Tearing down a Resource group.
Out-of-the-box, Octopus provides built-in steps to help manage your infrastructure in Azure:
- Resource Group Templates.
- Executing PowerShell scripts using the Azure cmdlets. Follow our guide on running Azure PowerShell scripts.
- Generate an Octopus guide for Azure and the rest of your CI/CD pipeline.
- Azure blog posts.
- Azure deployment examples.
- Deploy an Azure Resource Manager template
- Provision an Azure an Azure App Service
- Manage DNS records in Azure
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