Thumbs up to YouTrack Hosted Beta!

Posted on by Maria Khalusova

Guys from the YouTrack team have great news that we’ve considered worth spreading further, and I believe you are going to be as much excited as we are here.  Now, if you’d like to use YouTrack, you don’t need to install or setup anything, because YouTrack Hosted Beta is now available! Join the beta testing group today and get:

  • 50 user accounts
  • Unlimited number of projects
  • FREE use until July 1, 2011

And enjoy all the benefits of hosted issue tracking with YouTrack:

  • Full YouTrack functionality + all new features
  • Daily backups
  • Import from other bug trackers using YouTrack  Python Client Library
  • Automatic migration to hosted production
  • No-effort migration to standalone YouTrack using the hosted db backup
  • RESTful API for integration with third party tools

Get YouTrack Hosted Now!

Note, the number of the hosted beta instances is limited!

Interested in YouTrack? Find more about it’s features and updates in its blog.

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4 Responses to Thumbs up to YouTrack Hosted Beta!

  1. Jaime says:

    March 2, 2011

    hi, i have realized that I need a aws account to use this service, I have created one, but using the pair of keys they provided me I can’t get it working, I keep receiving this message:

    You are not subscribed to this service. Please go to http://aws.amazon.com to subscribe.

    From here:

    https://www.jetbrains.com/youtrack/youtrack-hosted-master/login

  2. Behrang says:

    March 4, 2011

    Any plans for a hosted TeamCity offering?

  3. Pavel Sher says:

    March 7, 2011

    As for TeamCity, we think about this option, but do not have exact plans at the moment. From our point of view such offer would cost too much money for the end users, because CPU power is expensive.

  4. Behrang says:

    March 9, 2011

    Pavel,

    Thanks for the reply. The thing is that there’s already a cloud-based CI based on Jenkins is available from CloudBees guys. As such I think a TeamCity-based version should also be cost-wise feasible.

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