octopus-deploy

Node scripts to package up applications, create releases, and deploy with Octopus Deploy. This package leverages the Octopus Deploy REST API in order to deploy from Windows and non-Windows machines.

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DEPRECATED

There is now an official CLI tool that replaces this utility and offers the full functionality of Octopus Deploy. And, the best part is, it is available on all platforms. As a result, this library has seen its last update.
Node scripts to package up applications, create releases, and deploy with Octopus Deploy.

These scripts replicate some of the functionality of the Octopus Deploy powershell CLI tool and enable calling octopus from non-Windows machines.
This package leverages the Octopus Deploy REST API. The primary purpose is to be able to call the scripts for packaging, releasing, and deploying applications, via the command line, but you could also use the module as a library.
npm install --save-dev octopus-deploy

CLI usage

Create and push a package

octopus-deploy octopack \
    --host https://octopus.acme.com \
    --apiKey API-123 \
    --packageName my-package \
    --packageVersion 1.0.1 \
    --globs './src/**' './node_modules/**' '!**/*.spec.*' \
    --base ./ \
    --replace \
    --zip

replace is optional and will replace a package if it already exists Note: Requires specific permission in Octopus Deploy
zip is optional and creates a .zip file instead of .tar.gz
globs is a list of file globs describing the files to be packaged Note: Each glob value in the list must be wrapped in single quotes (')

Create release

octopus-deploy release create \
    --host https://octopus.acme.com \
    --apiKey API-123 \
    --projectSlugOrId my-project \
    --releaseVersion 2.0.0-rc-4 \
    --packageVersion 1.0.1 \
    --releaseNotes "Test release notes"

packageVersion and releaseNotes are optional
Note: If packageVersion is omitted, releaseVersion will be used for all package versions when creating the release.
The same package version will be used for all deployment steps. This requires that ALL packages referenced by the deploy steps have the same version.

Create release and deploy

octopus-deploy release deploy \
    --host https://octopus.acme.com \
    --apiKey API-123 \
    --projectSlugOrId Projects-123 \
    --releaseVersion 2.0.0-rc-4 \
    --packageVersion 1.0.1 \
    --releaseNotes "Test release notes" \
    --environmentName Staging \
    --comments "Automated Deploy to Staging as post-build step" \
    --variables "{ \"host\": \"https://api.acme.com\", \"key\": \"its-a-secret-to-everybody\" }" \
    --machineIds Machines-123 Machines-456

packageVersion, releaseNotes, comments, variables, and machineIds are optional

Promote/deploy existing release

octopus-deploy release promote \
    --host https://octopus.acme.com \
    --apiKey API-123 \
    --projectSlugOrId Projects-123 \
    --releaseVersion 2.2.1 \
    --environmentName Production \
    --comments "Automated Deploy to Production as post-build step" \
    --variables "{ \"host\": \"https://api.acme.com\", \"key\": \"its-a-secret-to-everybody\" }" \
    --machineIds Machines-123 Machines-456

comments, variables, and machineIds are optional

Library usage

API

The wrapped api endpoints make use of a maybe monad borrowed from functional languages like Haskell. Each endpoint either returns a maybe with a value or not rather than throwing errors to be handled by the consumer.

Usage

const { initializeApi, octopusApi } = require('octopus-deploy')

const config = {
  host: 'https://octopus.acme.com',
  apiKey: 'API-123' // This is used to authorize against the REST API
}

initializeApi(config)

const projectId = 'Project-123'
const project = octopusApi.projects.get(projectId)

if (!project.hasValue) {
  console.error(`Project '${projectId}' not found`)
}

console.log(`Found project '${project.value.name}' by id '${projectId}'`)

Create release example

Selected packages for the deployment steps are specified more explicitly. For more information refer to this Octopus support issue.
const { octopusApi } = require('octopus-deploy')

const releaseParams = {
  projectId: 'Projects-123',
  version: '1.0.0-rc.3',
  releaseNotes: 'Release notes for testing',
  selectedPackages: [
    {
      stepName: 'My octopus process first step',
      version: '1.0.0.0'
    },
    {
      stepName: 'My octopus process second step',
      version: '1.0.2-rc.1'
    }
  ]
}

async function createRelease() {
  const release = await octopusApi.releases.create(releaseParams)

  if (!release.hasValue) {
    console.error('Octopus release creation failed!')
  }

  console.log(`Octopus release '${release.value.id}' created.`)

  return release.value
}

createRelease()

Other

All implemented API endpoints can be found in the ./lib/api directory. Note: Not all Octopus Deploy endpoints are implemented.
  • deployments
  • environments
  • machines
  • packages
  • processes
  • projects
  • releases
  • variables

Contributing

If there are other API functions you need, feel free to fork the project, add some tests along with the desired endpoint, and submit a pull request.
All commits will run the pre-commit hook which checks linting and runs all tests.

Testing

100% test coverage is not an absolute (some code just can't be tested), but it is the aspirational goal
npm test  # Runs all tests for the project

npm run test:watch  # Runs tests in watch mode (ideal for development)

npm run test:cover  # Runs tests and report on test coverage

License

MIT