The first step to deploying an app with Octopus is to add the OctoPack tool to the project. OctoPack is used by the build server to package the application and send the package to Octopus.
- [Instructor] The first step to deploying an app…with Octopus is to add the OctoPack tool…to the project.…OctoPack is used by the build server…to package the application and send the package to Octopus.…You add OctoPack to a project…by using the NuGet Package Manager.…To find the NuGet Package Manager click on the tools menu…at the top, move down to NuGet Package Manager,…here you can either select the manager console…which allows you to type text in…and select packages or the more graphical…NuGet Packet Manager.…
Once in the package manager we want to click…on the browse link to search for packages on nuget.org.…Let's search for OctoPack.…Here we found the OctoPack project,…we want to select that.…Over on the right is a list of all the projects…in our solution.…Currently we only have the one Octopus web app.…To install OctoPack in our project…we need to select the project and click install.…
Here we need to allow the installer…to add the OctoPack package.…Now that OctoPack is installed,…let's take a look at what it did to our project.…
- 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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