Category Archives: Features

TeamCity brings Azure Resource Manager support

Microsoft has recently introduced a new way to deploy cloud resources, so currently there exist two Azure deployment models supported by TeamCity as two separate plugins. The earlier Azure deployment model is in the feature freeze state and is now … Continue reading

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AWS CodeDeploy Runner plugin

Good news for those of you who use both TeamCity and Amazon Web Services, and those who for now stick with only one of the above, but are looking for a good integration. With the help of the new TeamCity … Continue reading

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TeamCity Take on Build Pipelines

Although it is possible to setup  build pipelines in TeamCity, you will not find the term “build pipeline” in the TeamCity web interface or even in our documentation. The reason is that we have our own term: “build chain“, which … Continue reading

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TeamCity 10 (code-named Indore) EAP is open

Greetings, Everyone! The TeamCity development team is proud to announce the Early Access Program (EAP) for TeamCity 10.0. Following the tradition of naming our version after Indian cities, this one is code-named Indore. The preliminary date for TeamCity 10.0 is … Continue reading

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Brand new TeamCity 9.1.5 is here

Greetings, everyone! We are happy to announce TeamCity 9.1.5 update! Have you noticed our new site featuring bright colors and an uncluttered design? We’re so excited about our new logo and icon and hope you are too! But new logo or old, TeamCity … Continue reading

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TeamCity TFS support embraces Linux and Mac OS

The upcoming TeamCity version will contain some improvements in the Microsoft Team Foundation Server integration. One of the most demanded TFS features is the ability to checkout TFVC repositories on Linux machines, and we are proud to say that the … Continue reading

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TeamCity and NUnit 3: on the Same Wavelength

For the last couple of months we, the TeamCity team, have been working really hard together with the NUnit team, and today we are happy to announce NUnit 3 has been released and is fully integrated with TeamCity out of … Continue reading

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TeamCity 9.1.4 is released

Today we’re issuing TeamCity 9.1.4 bugfix release containing over 120 fixes and some feature refinements. There is a couple of improvements in our Amazon EC2 integration: apart from tagging instances started by TeamCity, Amazon EC2 Spot Instances are now supported. … Continue reading

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TeamCity Hub plugin

Greetings, everyone! Today we are releasing the first version of the plugin for TeamCity which provides integration with JetBrains Hub, a single point of entry for user management across all JetBrains team tools. The first version of the Hub plugin … Continue reading

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Make profiling a part of continuous integration (.NET)

If you’re a .NET developer who doesn’t follow our ReSharper Ultimate blog, then you probably missed a couple of blog posts about two new cool features in our dotTrace and dotMemory .NET profilers. Why are we writing about them in … Continue reading

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