Welcome EAP1 for TeamCity 2017.1 (aka 10.1)

Greetings, everyone!

Today we are unveiling the Early Access Preview (EAP) for TeamCity 2017.1, formerly known as TeamCity 10.1! Following the JetBrains versioning scheme, our releases will be now identified by <year of the release>.<number of the feature release within the year>.<bugfix update number>.

Build 45965 comes with over 30 new features, and though most of them are minor, they provide a smoother experience with TeamCity.

The TeamCity Web UI has been given a facelift overall; we should mention that the build chains page has been reworked with chains being displayed in a more compact way with handy new options.

It’s worth noting that the server startup and the page load times have been decreased.

Besides the new features, this versions brings over 100 bugfixes – see the details in our Release Notes.

Don’t hesitate to get the new EAP build and share your feedback on our forum or tracker.

As usual, this new feature release changes the TeamCity data format, and given that version 2017.1 is still in development, we recommend you install it on a trial server.

Happy building!
The TeamCity Team

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4 Responses to Welcome EAP1 for TeamCity 2017.1 (aka 10.1)

  1. David Ludwig says:

    The link to the “Fixed Issues”, in the Release Notes, appears broken. It opens up the TeamCity bug-tracker, however it displays an error, “Oops! Something went wrong with your search request.”

  2. Fabrizio says:

    It would be great if you could also release docker images for EAP versions. We are running our production server on docker and this would allow us to easily create a new instance for testing new EAPs.

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