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GitHub Pull Requests plugin for TeamCity

The hassle with Pull Requests These days pull requests is a common technique of accepting changes from third-party contributors. In fact, it proved to be so convenient that some companies started to use it even for their regular development workflows. … Continue reading

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TeamCity on Azure Marketplace

Some time ago we announced TeamCity Azure Resource Manager for TeamCity deployment in Azure cloud. Now we’re glad to provide the TeamCity offer in the Azure Marketplace for streamlined TeamCity setup. It is also available as a TeamCity download option … 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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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 Support for AWS EC2 Container Service

TeamCity has been able to run build agents on AWS EC2 instances for ages. In addition to this, the new plugin for TeamCity, Amazon ECS Support, allows running Docker-based build agents in an EC2 Container Service cluster. The plugin is … Continue reading

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TeamCity Kubernetes Support Plugin

Kubernetes nowadays is quite a popular way to run Docker containers. A number of teams and organizations already have a Kubernetes cluster configured and used in production. Now with the help of the TeamCity Kubernetes Support plugin, it is possible … Continue reading

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Welcome TeamCity TestDrive – a simple way to try TeamCity in the cloud

For a couple of weeks now, there has been a new button on the TeamCity website: Clicking it allows you to access TeamCity in the cloud, hosted by JetBrains. We call it TeamCity TestDrive. What is TestDrive? TestDrive is a … Continue reading

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The official TeamCity CloudFormation template

As you might have noticed, there was recently an option added to the Get TeamCity page of our website: AWS. This lets you run TeamCity in AWS using the official CloudFormation template. In this post, we will go over what’s … Continue reading

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TeamCity Integration with IntelliJ-based IDEs

Starting from its very first version, TeamCity has provided support for IntelliJ platform-based IDEs; and since they are products from JetBrains, this integration is the most powerful one when compared to other IDE integrations. The main idea behind the integration … Continue reading

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TeamCity Plugin for HashiCorp Vault

When performing integration tests and deployments, build scripts need credentials to access external servers and services. Traditionally passwords are stored on the TeamCity server as secure parameters. But although secrets are masked in the UI, encrypted at rest, and protected … Continue reading

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