Telemetry reporting is enabled by default. We use the data we receive to inform our decisions and to help us make a better product. Self-hosted customers can opt-out of sending telemetry by navigating to Configuration ➜ Telemetry in Octopus.
When the Telemetry Reporting option is enabled, Octopus will make a secure HTTPS request containing the following data.
|Version||The current Octopus Deploy version number that you are running.|
|Installation ID||A GUID that we generate when Octopus is installed. This GUID is simply a way for us to get a rough idea of the number of installations that exist in the wild, and which versions people are using, so we can make decisions about backwards compatibility support.|
|Telemetry payload||Configuration and usage information helps us when making decisions about the product. For example, we expected users to only have a handful of machines, but the statistics tell us that some customers have over 900; we now take that into account when designing the user experience.|
Please do consider enabling Telemetry Reporting. We look at the data every week, and it really does help us to make a better product.
Be assured that names, descriptions, URI’s, and so on are never included. You can download a preview of the data that will be sent by clicking on the Download Preview button on the Configuration ➜ Telemetry page. You can also learn more about Octopus and data privacy in our GDPR page.
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Page updated on Thursday, September 28, 2023