Over the last year, a team of software engineers have been quietly revamping the architecture, codebase and development practises at World Vision Australia. They have been using the principles of continuous delivery to deliver a SOA based IT platform for a non-profit who's business genuinely has a world wide impact. In the span of 6 months they have delivered several drops to production through a push button deployment process.
We use Nuget, ProGet, WinRM, Chocolately, NSpec, Jasmine/Karma/PhantomJS and SpecFlow/Selenium/WebDriver. We test our deployment scripts with Canary deployments orchestrated through PowerShell. More interestingly we're using Puppet and Node.js to drive the idea of shipping products intended for single tenant architectures and the principle of "the machine as the artefact of the pipeline".