A project is one or more applications that should be deployed together. In this video we will add the project that will be used to deploy our application.
- [Narrator] So far, we have added…the OctoPack NuGet package to our .NET project…and we have configured our build server…to send our application package to Octopus.…The next step is to add a project for our application.…As we talked about earlier,…projects should contain all applications…that are coupled together.…To add a project we need to click on the projects menu…and select the all projects group.…Here, on the right,…you can see we have an add project button.…I'm going to click that.…
Here's the create project screen.…You want to give your project a name that is going to be…descriptive enough that you'll know…what you're deploying with this project.…In this case we will have only one application…in our project so I'm going to name the project…the same as the application.…(typing)…The description can be handy if you do have…multiple applications in your project.…The project group makes navigation easier…once you have several projects.…
The projects are grouped together on the dashboard…and in the project menu…
- What is Octopus Deploy?
- Working with the Octopus server and tentacles
- Using variables to scope configuration items such as roles and targets
- Installing and configuring Octopus Deploy
- Deploying a sample application
- Configuring a build server, adding a project, and creating a release
- Controlling release flow with life cycles and channels
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Octopus Overview
2. Key Concepts
3. Install and Configure
Configure with TeamCity5m 23s
4. Sample Application
5. Advanced Topics
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