Category Archives: Features

New in TeamCity 2018.1: Project Level NuGet feed

TeamCity integrates with NuGet package manager and can also serve a NuGet feed. Using TeamCity as a NuGet feed comes handy if you want to publish your NuGet packages to a limited audience – just to your team, for instance. … Continue reading

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Webinar recording and Q&A: What’s New in TeamCity 2018.1

Missed the webinar? No problem – the recording of our July 10 webinar, What’s New in TeamCity 2018.1, is now available. In this webinar, Anton Arhipov showcases the major features of the latest release. He goes over the significantly reworked … Continue reading

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What’s New in TeamCity 2018.1, July 10th Webinar

Join us Tuesday, July 10th, 5:00 PM – 6:00 PM CEST (11:00 AM – 12:00 PM EDT) for our free live webinar, What’s new in TeamCity 2018.1 with Anton Arhipov. In this webinar, Anton Arhipov will showcase all the major … Continue reading

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TeamCity 2018.1 released: revamped Kotlin DSL, read-only server, new Docker runner, and bundled S3 integration

Please welcome TeamCity 2018.1 – the first major release for TeamCity this year! This version gives you significant improvements in Kotlin DSL, revamped Docker support, native integration with Amazon S3 for storing artifacts, and High Availability installation possibilities. If you … Continue reading

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Rust plugin for TeamCity

Rust is an interesting programming language with decent tooling support. Cargo is an official build tool and a package manager for Rust programs. So what if you use Rust and want to configure automated builds in TeamCity? No worries, we … Continue reading

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Deploying TeamCity into AWS using CloudFormation and Fargate

For the good cause, it is sometimes easier to start with TeamCity by deploying it into a cloud service, such as AWS. This allows the users to try TeamCity without the need to prepare the dedicated machine. For the quick … Continue reading

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BitTorrent Plugin for TeamCity

Some time ago we announced the plugin that turns TeamCity into a torrent tracker and a seeder for large artifacts. Judging by the flow of feedback — both positive and not so much — the plugin is in use by … Continue reading

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TeamCity 2018.1 (code-named Jaipur) EAP is open

Today we are opening the early preview program (EAP) for TeamCity 2018.1. It’s been a tradition with us at TeamCity to name our versions after cities in India, so please welcome Jaipur 2018.1 EAP1. This version will definitely be interesting … Continue reading

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The official TeamCity Azure Resource Manager template

We are happy to announce the Azure Resource Manager template for TeamCity. You can now deploy TeamCity to Azure cloud services and save time on configuration tasks. Get ready to start using TeamCity in several minutes! Deploy TeamCity to Azure … Continue reading

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TeamCity 2017.2.2 is released

Here is another update for our latest version, TeamCity 2017.2.2. This bugfix update addresses over 100 issues, all of them listed in the Release notes. We recommend updating to this version as it contains several security and performance fixes. Build … Continue reading

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