Category Archives: Features

Configuration as Code, Part 1: Getting Started with Kotlin DSL

Configuration as code is a well-established practice for CI servers. The benefits of this approach include versioning support via VCS repository, a simplified audit of the configuration changes, and improved portability of the configurations. Some users may also prefer code … Continue reading

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TeamCity Google Cloud Deployment

It’s official! TeamCity Google Cloud Deployment Manager template is now available on our site as an easy way to deploy the TeamCity server to Google Cloud. The template has been around for some time, and its most recent version provides … Continue reading

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Welcome TeamCity 2019.1 EAP1

We’re excited to announce the Early Access Preview (EAP) for TeamCity 2019.1. Following the tradition, this release is code-named after a gorgeous busy Indian city called Kanpur hinting at elegance and efficacy being the highlights of the upcoming version. Kanpur … Continue reading

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New in TeamCity 2018.2: Simplified Installation of Plugins

Installing new plugins has just become a lot simpler! You don’t have to restart the server to enable a newly uploaded plugin anymore. The TeamCity server now integrates with the JetBrains Plugins Repository. The new integration simplifies the installation of … Continue reading

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New in TeamCity 2018.2: Show Kotlin DSL for Build Configurations

The Kotlin-based DSL is becoming more popular for defining build configurations in TeamCity. We are continuing to improve the user experience for Kotlin, both in the TeamCity UI and the IDE plugin. Once the versioned settings option is enabled for … Continue reading

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Webinar recording and Q&A: What’s New in TeamCity 2018.2

Missed the webinar? No problem – the recording of our January 8 webinar, What’s New in TeamCity 2018.2, is now available. In this webinar, Anton Arhipov showcases the major features of the latest release. He goes over the secondary node … Continue reading

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New in TeamCity 2018.2: Metadata in Tests

Ever since TeamCity 2018.2, a test run in TeamCity can be associated with some supplementary information (metadata), in addition to a test’s status, execution time, and output. This information can be used to provide things like extra logs, screenshots, numeric … Continue reading

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New in TeamCity 2018.2: Increased Scalability

TeamCity 2018.1 allows you to set up a “running builds node.” The node handles data coming in from the build agents. There’s also the “read-only node” for handling disaster recovery scenarios. TeamCity 2018.2 expands this setup further, making it possible … Continue reading

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Webinar: What’s New in TeamCity 2018.2

Join us January 8, 2019, 5:00 PM – 6:00 PM CET (11:00 AM – 12:00 PM EDT) for our free live webinar, What’s New in TeamCity 2018.2. In this webinar, Anton Arhipov will go over the new major features of … Continue reading

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TeamCity 2018.2 released: secondary node, GitHub pull requests, improved plugin experience, screenshots in test results, and Kotlin DSL previews

Please welcome TeamCity 2018.2 – this year’s second major release. With this version, outsource collecting VCS changes to a secondary node, build GitHub pull requests, and install plugins without restarting the server. Screenshots in test results, automatic investigation assignments, and … Continue reading

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