Yeah. I am using powershell remoting and the powershell task plugin to allow me to run a task remotely on another machine. It works but I had to do some URL trickery to figure out the location of the correct artifact so the remote host could download it.
Basically it works, but being able to just run the remote agent on each machine being deployed to would make this really powerful.
I'm having about 100 remote servers where I'd like to deploy new releases about 5 times a year.
As Chris mentioned it's hard to justify paying the license fee for all of those environments.
I've successfully created a deployment project without any remote agents, only using the ssh-task and now I'm about to implement the ssh-task-setup at scale.
Do you got any experiences from the ssh-task-powershell setup that I should be aware of?
Why would the remote agent setup become more powerful?
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