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  1. Octopus-API/Octopus-Client works on Project Id or SlugId, However, there is no way to see these values in the web app. It would be intuitive if they are included in the project settings (albeit read-only) for usage across Octopus tools.

    Usage:
    https://help.octopus.com/t/can-we-see-the-project-id-in-octopus-web-app

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  2. We have a case where we want to have a runbook to handle restoring Databases from different sources to different targets.

    To handle this we have a form sheet with prompted variables.

    But we also have the case where we want to do a restore daily to one of our databases. To do this we would need to be able set a trigger and also to set the prompted variables within that trigger.

    I understand this can be done through the API currently but would rather see this in the UI.

    My workaround for now is to duplicate the runbook…

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  3. Allow running Execution Containers directly on a Kubernetes cluster without a configured worker.

    The blog post here describes how to run workers on a Kubernetes cluster: https://octopus.com/blog/kubernetes-workers However, this approach has some challenges because it uses a long-lived container on the cluster to do the work.

    It would be great if we could get an option to run ephemeral Execution Containers directly on a Kubernetes cluster without the need of a worker. Or, if instead of having long-lived worker containers on the cluster that directly run tasks, the workers only acted as a "broker", and tasks using that worker launched…

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  4. when I choose “Create Release” and the lifecycle only runs in one place, the Save button should tell you it’s going to go ahead and run.

    idk what you call this icon with the orange square and white lightning bolt

    but when the lifecycle is in this state, the save button really means, “go ahead and run”.

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  5. When running a deployment and showing its status, specially on longer deployments, the TeamCity agents will be on hold for the duration of the task. On deployments where guided interruption is enabled this is specially taxing on agent licenses.

    Since 2020.2.4 TeamCity has introduced agentless builds, where an agent can be detached during the execution of a build, and requires the running process to call TC back via api and inform the build has finished.

    This is currently not possible on the plugin and, using powershell, I've found hard to establish the whole deployment status at X point in time.

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  6. This would be useful for replacing values especially in the values-file from Chart Package or Additional Package. With this feature we don't need to have variable replacement syntax in our source-files.

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  7. Customers would like to be able to create a group of child steps from any step (currently some don't allow grouping for example deploy a release steps)

    Take a look at the following example:

    1. Create an EKS cluster.
    2. Create an Octopus deployment target.
    3. Add a config map to the EKS cluster.

    Customers would like to be able to group all three steps together but currently, while step three requires a Kubernetes deployment target, step 2 cannot have the target because it fails if the target doesn't already exist.

    It would be great to be able to specify everything in the…

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  8. Currently when a new variable set is created, it has to be included in projects individually. When there are many projects that should include the variable set, it would be much more convenient if the set could be included in projects via the 'usage' tab.

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  9. Currently the estimated completion time is displayed in the Octopus UI. If I'm understanding the response I got on the support forms correctly that value is calculated in the client and not pulled from the server. It would be really useful that that value was calculated on the server and the estimated completion time was exposed as an Octopus variable.
    https://help.octopus.com/t/get-estimated-completion-time-programmatically/27375

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  10. I need a step A that set a project level variable #{COLOUR} from powershell and/or bash such that when I run an arm template step within the same deployment the parameter file correctly substitutes the value of #(colour} during the arm template deploy.

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  11. Add Deployments link to Worker View like what exists for deployment targets

    Deployment target link path example: /app#/Spaces-1/infrastructure/machines/Machines-xxxx/deployments

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  12. We use keyfactor (https://www.keyfactor.com/platform/certificate-lifecycle-automation/) for Certificate lifecycle Automation. It would be great if Octopus could integrate with this keyfactor to allow for issuance, renewal, inventory, import and storage of new certificates.

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  13. First I want to say that the new API functionality added in latest versions is very appreciated especially the possibility to export/import project out of spaces. However we really miss the merge functionality when importing project from Non-prod octopus to Prod Octopus

    Our current automated procedure includes : Delete project-> Re-import Project-> Update prod variables

    Problems: It removes history and require a new release number in prod due to updated of variables.

    Addition to this feature requests includes: Exclusion of environment variables in export

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  14. As a project leader I should be able to group variables on Octopus UI. This can be just logical separation.

    This solve the problem with linked variables and help mange them.

    For example It could collapse elements that are in structure - for example: db.username and db.password can be collapse as elements of root db or by labeling variables and then can be filtered by using specific label, for example - db.

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  15. Add ability to define custom substitution filters that can run scripts defined by the end user.

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  16. In the installation documentation there exists a helm chart example:
    https://octopus.com/docs/installation/octopus-in-container/octopus-server-container-linux

    Are there any existing examples of doing something similar, but using CloudFormation/Fargate/ECS to run the server + tentacles?

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  17. I posted about this as a GitHub issue as well (https://github.com/OctopusDeploy/OctopusCLI/issues/142). Basically, it would be nice if the octo CLI could read environment variables for all of its commands and flags. This would make CI easier since values could be easily changed and tested without having to make code changes.

    Thank you!

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  18. Project variables may be scoped to a process to differentiate between variables used for deployment and variables used for runbooks.

    I would like to be able to define process scope for variables within library variable sets so that library variables intended for use in deployments do not pollute my runbook process.

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  19. Due to SOX Auditing, we have a bi-yearly user access review of everyone who has deployment permissions. We have automated this with Powershell and the Octopus API so that we can generate an excel spreadsheet to upload to Sharepoint for Managers to approve individual user access.

    However, this has created a problem, there is no easy way to mark Team Ownership or a Team Manager as a simple user data field in the Teams' settings so that we could populate Sharepoint with the name of the person responsible for approving each users access.

    Having a Team Owner or Team Manager…

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  20. In our more complex deployment project, we heavily depend on runbooks to update configuration, check parameters, run clean-ups, change certificate, and and and.

    It is very hard to keep an overview in a long and unstructured list and it would be immensely helpful if we could organize runbooks a folder structure.

    e.g.

    |- Certificate
    | |- verify chain
    | |- change cert
    |- Database
    | | - create backup
    | | - run maintenance
    |- Configuration
    | | -rewrite config

    | | -verify config

    ... and so on

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