Creating Deployment Packages Using OctoPack
In the previous post, we took a look at DbUp – a tool to package and deploy database change scripts. In this post, we are going to check out another tool, OctoPack. We’ll be using OctoPack to help us create and publish packages in a format that Octopus Deploy can easily consume. This is the seventh post in a series about using Octopus Deploy.
An Octopus’ Garden – and Some Turtles
Octopus Deploy has many capabilities. But once I got into to it, eventually I found that three of the shiniest objects in the world of Octopus are:
- NuGet packages,
- PowerShell scripts,