TeamCity on Docker Hub – it’s official now!
As the popularity of Docker is growing exponentially, Docker Hub has become a huge software distribution platform. Users publish their own images, companies start their official repositories, and everyone is happy. Up until now JetBrains wasn’t part of this. Then we noticed over 300 images related to TeamCity server, created by enthusiastic Docker Hub users. We decided to join the club and make support for this platform official. We’ve published the latest version of our software as ready-to-use images and we are going to keep them updated as soon as new versions appear. There are cur
Dashboarding with TeamCity
Data visualization has never been so popular as it is today. The human eye and brain are so powerful that they catch information and detect patterns on-the-fly: just in a blink of an eye you can extract a lot of information and make a decision on what to do next. Dashboards are everywhere for business and fun. Here at JetBrains we have a ‘KitchenTV’ project - a set of pages rotated on several large screens in the office. In the beginning they were charts with data from our issue tracker, lists of tweets, nice widgets with weather information for all JetBrains office locations. Then the real-t
SBT runner for TeamCity
If you use the power of Scala in your projects then we have news you may find interesting. We have created a plugin for TeamCity that natively supports SBT builds which means you can build the code and run tests with TeamCity and see the results in a handy way. When SBT runner is installed into your TeamCity server all you need is to pick ‘Simple Build Tool (Scala)’ runner when creating a new build step for your build configuration. Default ‘Auto’ installation mode provides latest version of SBT on every TeamCity agent your build will be running on. No additional actions from your side are re