Deployment is often omitted from configuration management and orchestration, which typically focuses on the infrastructure and not the core application that the infrastructure supports. This presentation will give an overview of a deployment system I wrote using SaltStack to provide immediately consistent deployment for software. The deployment system has the ability for manual deploys or for continuous deployments using a Heroku-like workflow. It has support for multiple deployment schemes, with a default of Git deployment. The deployment system uses a combination of Salt peer runner calls, runners, modules, returners, pillars and grains as well as a deployment host running Apache, Sartoris (a git-deploy frontend), and Redis (for reporting).