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Project Triggers

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Project Triggers allow you to define an unattended behavior for your Projects.

We have written a comprehensive guide about using Project Triggers (specifically Automatic Deployment Triggers) with a focus on deploying to elastic and transient environments.

Project Triggers allow you to choose from a subset of events that can occur in Octopus Deploy, apply a filter to those events, and decide on an action you want performed once the trigger fires. The example below shows an Automatic Deployment Trigger configured to fire when a Deployment Target with the Machine Role web-server belonging to the Production Environment becomes available.

What kinds of Project Triggers are available?

Automatic Deployment Triggers are the first kind of Project Trigger available in Octopus Deploy, and at the time of writing, the only kind. We think this concept could also extend to other automated actions like these:

Get in touch and let us know what you think of these ideas!