New builds of Octopus are available immediately from my CI server, and can be downloaded from the Octopus downloads page. Every couple of weeks, though, I'll publish a short list of what's going on.
The last couple of weeks saw a lot of new features added.
- A dashboard, to give you a high level overview of which projects are deployed to what environment.
- Edit release notes for releases that have already been created.
- Scope variables on a per-package basis, in addition to per-environment and per-machine
- A more streamlined release user experience
A number of bug fixes and tiny enhancements are also included, from a quick list of projects that appear when you hover over the Projects tab, to correctly uninstalling old NuGet packages.
Below is a screenshot of the new dashboard - you can see larger versions of this screenshot and more on the Features page of the new Octopus website.
Hello, I'm Paul Stovell
I'm a Brisbane-based software developer, and founder of Octopus Deploy, a DevOps automation software company. This is my personal blog where I write about my journey with Octopus and software development.
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