TeamCity Cloud 2023.03 Is Here: Build Cache, Running Steps Only for Failed Builds, Sakura UI Improvements, and More
TeamCity Cloud 2023.03 is now available with numerous improvements and new features. Let's take a closer look at what's new.
TeamCity 2022.10.3 Is Here
The new bug-fix update for TeamCity 2022.10 is now available for download. The 2022.10.3 update addresses almost 30 issues, including performance and security-related problems. Other improvements are related to the integration with .NET runner and HTTPS settings. We have also updated the bundled Git and Perforce Packages in TeamCity Docker images. You can find the complete list of updates in our release notes. As with other minor updates, TeamCity 2022.10.3 shares the same data format with all 2022.10.x releases, allowing you to easily upgrade or downgrade within these versions without t
TeamCity Q1–Q2 2023 Roadmap Update
In 2022, TeamCity saw improvements in a number of areas. After 4 years of hard work, we introduced the new Sakura UI. The new UI is modern, beautiful, and fast – just how we want working with TeamCity to be. We also continued working on TeamCity Cloud, introducing several security and maintenance improvements, enhancing integration with Amazon Web Services, and adding new configuration options. In 2023, there are a number of features that we’re focusing on. In this blog post, we invite you to take a closer look at our development plans. Feel free to check out our full roadmap and leave y
Amazon SNS Trigger Plugin Announcement
We’ve created a new TeamCity plugin that brings the functionality of triggering builds by new messages into an Amazon Simple Notification Service (Amazon SNS). Read more about it.
Google Authentication Now Available in TeamCity Cloud
TeamCity Cloud now offers seamless integration with Google. Google users can now create a TeamCity Cloud account using their Google accounts.
How Playrix Uses TeamCity to Run Thousands of Builds per Day
Playrix is among the top 3 mobile gaming companies in the world. Find out how they use TeamCity to run over 10,000 builds per day.
TeamCity 2022.10.2 Is Here
The new bug-fix update, TeamCity 2022.10.2, is live and ready for download. This version addresses about 50 issues and contains several security and performance fixes, minor additions, and tweaks.With this version, you’ll take advantage of improved TeamCity HTTPS settings, AWS support, and Perforce integration. See our release notes for the full list of fixes.Being a minor update, TeamCity 2022.10.2 shares the data format with all the 2022.10.x releases, allowing for an easy upgrade/downgrade within these versions without the need for a backup/restore procedure.We recommend upgrading to app
How Picnic Builds Faster with JetBrains TeamCity
Picnic is a grocery delivery app founded in the Netherlands in 2015. The company employs over 300 engineers. Find out how they've improved their CI/CD process by using TeamCity Cloud and AWS.
Introducing AWS Connection: A New Approach for Working With AWS in TeamCity
We’ve introduced a new feature called the AWS Connection, which makes it possible to work with AWS credentials more flexibly and safely.
TeamCity 2022.10.1 is available
Today we’ve released an update for the latest TeamCity version. TeamCity 2022.10.1 focuses on fixing performance issues and improving the features released in 2022.10, with an emphasis on Amazon EC2 connection and HTTPS configuration on the server. Here are a couple of other notable changes included in this bugfix update: TeamCity now supports custom SSL certificates for native Git. The recently released NUnit console 3.16 is now supported by TeamCity. The full list of fixes is available in our release notes. We strongly recommend upgrading, as this release also contai
Announcing the 2022 State of DevOps Report Takeaways Livestream
Join us on Tuesday, November 15, 2022, 4:00–5:00 pm UTC for a free livestream where we will discuss the 2022 State of DevOps Report.
TeamCity 2022.10: Sakura UI, Improved Integration With Amazon AWS, Out-of-the-Box HTTPS Support, Google OAuth Authentication, and More.
TeamCity 2022.10 comes with the Sakura UI enabled by default, introduces many cloud-related features including the AWS credentials management system and out-of-the-box terminal access to AWS EC2-based build agents, and adds important improvements to VCS integrations. Server administrators will love the new streamlined way to implement HTTPS for on-premises TeamCity installations. Also, a new authentication module for using Google accounts and a number of long-requested features have been implemented.
TeamCity 2022.04.4 is here
A fresh bugfix update for TeamCity 2022.04 is available for download. These are the most notable changes in TeamCity 2022.04.4: Referencing parameters as variables is now supported for Approval rules in the Build Approval feature. See the TW-75759 issue.Non-optimal reporting of build statuses in the Commit Status Publisher feature has been fixed. See the TW-77184 issue. The full list of fixes is available in our release notes. We strongly recommend upgrading, as this release also brings security and performance fixes. As any minor update, 2022.04.4 shares the same data format