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TFS Preview + Octopus + MyGet + EC2 = Bliss
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TFS Preview + Octopus + MyGet + EC2 = Bliss

This is an old post and doesn't necessarily reflect my current thinking on a topic, and some links or images may not work. The text is preserved here for posterity.

This post took quite a while to write, but the result is pretty cool .From my Octoblog:

In this post, I created an ASP.NET MVC 4 site, and checked it in to my hosted TFS Preview instance. Then, I used OctoPack to create NuGet packages from Team Build, using MyGet to host the packages. Finally, I configured Octopus to deploy the application to a staging machine, and two production machines.

Automated deployment from TFS Preview via Octopus Deploy

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