You'll be able to connect Octopus to your AWS subscription, and we'll have first-class steps for Elasic Beanstalk, working with ELB's, and other common Amazon services.
Deploy .NET, Java and other apps to EC2
Connect Octopus to your AWS EC2 virtual machines to automate your application deployments. Windows hosts use run our Tentacle agent, while Linux hosts use SSH.
Library steps for common AWS tasks
Our community library has dozens of step templates that make working with AWS easy, including:
- Working with elastic load balancers (ELB's)
- Creating CloudFormation stacks
- Using Elastic Beanstalk
- Calling AWS PowerShell scripts
- Working with S3 and Cloudfront
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