Your Deployment Manager server will host the web interface that you will use to configure deployments and trigger releases, as well as a Windows Service that coordinates releases.
For a list of software requirements for a Deployment Manager server, see Requirements.
During the Deployment Manager installation, the following will be installed automatically if they're not already installed:
Web Management Tools:
World Wide Web Services > Application Development Features:
World Wide Web Services > Common HTTP Features:
Double-click the MSI file.
The Welcome page is displayed:
The License agreement page is displayed:
Accept the license and click Next.
The Deployment Manager location page is displayed:
Specify a location to install Deployment Manager to or accept the default.
The Database location page is displayed:
Specify a location to store Deployment Manager's data in or accept the default.
The Install Deployment Manager page is displayed:
Deployment Manager will now be installed.
The Deployment Manager Administration Tool is displayed when the installation is complete:
Specify the port you want to use for the Deployment Manager web interface, and click OK.
The Deployment Manager web interface is launched in your web browser. You can find the URL for the web interface at any time in the administration tool:
The first user that visits the web interface will automatically be prompted to create an administrator account:
Enter details for the administrator, and click Create account.
By default, Deployment Manager will automatically back up its own database every four hours into the database location you chose during installation. By default, this is:
To change Deployment Manager backup settings:
In Settings page, click Database backups > Change backup settings:
For a list of common Deployment Manager errors, see Troubleshooting.