TeamCity 2020.1 EAP is open
Today we are opening the Early Access Preview for TeamCity 2020.1!
Traditionally, we named our new release after an Indian city – this time it is a beautiful ancient town of Lakhnau famous for being a many-sided industrial and cultural hub.
Here is what we present in the first EAP:
- Bundled Kubernetes plugin which allows your builds to use Helm commands and to run on TeamCity agents in a Kubernetes cluster.
- Support of Azure DevOps pull requests. TeamCity can detect each new pull request in your Azure DevOps repository and, if a VCS trigger is added to a build configuration, automatically run the build based on this request.
- Secondary nodes now can process build triggers. This improvement extends the functionality of secondary servers and allows offloading the CPU of the main server thus increasing its productivity.
- Update for DSL-based projects: TeamCity now searches missing values for secure tokens of a project in other projects on the server.
- Update for experimental UI: the Agents page receives a new All Agents view which gives quick access to all agents on the server.
Read more about these features and see the full list of over 40 improvements and bug fixes in our release notes.
Download Lakhnau 2020.1 EAP1 or pull the Docker image with the
eap tag. Remember to install it on a trial server as the new version changes the TeamCity data format and downgrading to the previous production version is not supported.
All our EAP releases come with a 60-day Enterprise evaluation license for an unlimited number of agents and build configurations.
You are welcome to try out the preview build and share your feedback in our forum or issue tracker.
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