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Find out what's new in the latest Octopus Deploy release, or compare the latest release to what you're currently running to see what's changed.

Highlights

These are the most important features you'll get by upgrading from 3.9.0 to 3.10.0

Octopus 3.9

Changes in 3.9

Improvements

Upgrading

Read the upgrade guide for more details on upgrading from your current version to Octopus 3.9.

Database upgrade notice for large installations Auto-deploy improvements for HA adds a new IDENTITY column to the Event table as well as new Event table indexes, so this may take time to populate during the database upgrade.

Octopus 3.10

Coming soon

Details

Changes in Octopus 3.9.0

  • 2507 - More detail is output for errors that occur during a guided deployment
  • 2628 - Added fields to the Azure Accounts to override the endpoints when using alternate Azure environments
  • 2885 - Deployment continues after retrying 10 times in guided failure mode
  • 3083 - Adding a new set of permissions for Project Triggers
  • 3140 - Fix for event-sourcing logic in auto-deploy and subscriptions (for HA scenarios)
  • 3148 - Octo.exe now looks for all supported package types when using --PackagesFolder with the pack command
  • 3162 - Fix to make long release names wrap on the dashboard
  • 3164 - Remove html tags from license error messages
  • 3166 - Allow leading zeros in pre-release versions when creating a release

Changes in Octopus 3.10.0

  • 2927 - Prevent deploying to a custom directory that is a child of the default extraction path
  • 3090 - Sensitive variables in templates do not return their values through the API
  • 3174 - Fix a Tentacle compatability issue when running Tentacles 3.8.8-3.9.0 with Server older than 3.8.8

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