Suitable platforms

Ayse's Avatar


19 Feb, 2018 07:28 PM


I nerd to know which platforms are supported by Octopus such as application development language (such as java, c+, .net etc) database and operational system. In your web site you wrote that it supports .net but we have several different app languages so please inform me detaily.


  1. Support Staff 1 Posted by Kenneth Bates on 20 Feb, 2018 01:28 AM

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    Hi Ayse,

    Thanks for getting in touch! As our general rule of thumb, we say that if you can package it, you can deploy it. We support a variety of package types as outlined in the following documentation page.

    At Octopus, we've historically focused on .NET, but a lot more attention has recently been given to providing first class support for Java. For instance:

    • Support for JAR, WAR, EAR, and RAR files
    • Deployment steps to deploy to application servers like Tomcat, Wildfly and Redhat JBoss EAP

    If you find you need custom scripts to do what you need it to do, Octopus supports PowerShell, C#, Bash and F# in the built-in Run a Script step.

    If you want to get a little more familiar with Octopus, you can have a look at our demo site as a guest. :)

    You can also give Octopus a try with a free 45 day trial license (it will automatically revert to the free community edition license when it expires) to get a feel for it.

    I'd suggest looking through the doc pages I've linked to, and please don't hesitate to reach out if you have any specific questions at all going forward! We'll be happy to assist in any way we can.

    Kind regards,


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