Conventional package deployments
Prepare your apps and files by packaging them up as NuGet, ZIP, TAR, JAR and other common archive formats. From there, you can automatically push your builds straight to the Octopus Built-in package repository, ready for deployment.
Once you've packaged your application, you just need to figure out how to script the installation. Octopus takes care of pushing the package to the remote machines, and calling your script on the remote machine, so you just have to add the last mile.
250+ Communty Library step templates
In addition to the dozens of built-in steps in Octopus, there are hundreds of community-contributed step templates available in the Octopus library, covering many common deployment needs. You can use them as-is, or modify the scripts to suit your requirements.
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Tools like @OctopusDeploy can be great in enabling culture change, we've been able to scale and improve our configuration story since we started using it.— Neil Chalk (@_neilch) July 19, 2018