TeamCity 2020.2.2 is here
TeamCity version 2020.2.2 is released. Note: The release candidate build of this version was shortly available for download yesterday. If you have already upgraded to that build (85882), we highly recommend that you upgrade to the release build today, as it contains additional fixes intended for the release. We apologize for the inconvenience this may cause. The new release comes with over 120 bug
New TeamCity REST API documentation
TeamCity REST API is a powerful tool which lets you integrate external applications with the TeamCity server and create diverse script interactions. To make this instrument more useful and easier to understand, we have reworked the REST API documentation. Compared to a general guide we had in the past, the new documentation provides more details and offers better navigation between sections. For
TeamCity 2020.2.1 is out
Today we are releasing the first bugfix for TeamCity 2020.2. Version 2020.2.1 brings more than 140 improvements. Remember to check our upgrade notes to read the details of the following important changes: Breaking change for Linux Docker images of the TeamCity server: running under a non-root user by default. .NET runner change: corrected logic of processing parameters of the dotnet run command.
Join us November 5 for TeamCity Technology Day!
Join us November 5, 2020, for TeamCity Technology Day, a free virtual event for customers and users of TeamCity. It’s a full day of talks and discussions hosted by TeamCity team members, expert users, and select customers. The agenda includes product roadmap presentations, talks on best practices, in-depth concept demonstrations, key use-case walkthroughs, and more. The event is free and open to a
TeamCity 2020.1.5 is out
TeamCity 2020.1.5 bugfix release is available. This is an update to our latest released version addressing about 10 problems. We recommend upgrading to this new version, as this build fixes a few security and performance problems. The full list of fixes is available in our release notes. As any bugfix update, 2020.1.5 shares the data format with other 2020.1.x releases, so you can upgrade/downgrad
TeamCity 2020.1.4 is released
The new TeamCity update is ready. In version 2020.1.4, we focused on fixing bugs and improving TeamCity performance and usability. See the full list of 40+ resolved issues in our release notes. As any bugfix update, 2020.1.4 shares the data format with other 2020.1.x releases, so you can upgrade/downgrade TeamCity within these versions without performing a backup/restore procedure. Remember to rea
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 Ku
Sign up for the TeamCity Cloud beta
We are happy to announce that we’re building TeamCity Cloud – a CI/CD service that will be completely hosted and supervised by JetBrains. If you’re interested in participating in the beta, please fill out the form on the TeamCity Cloud page. We will add your email to the beta list, and get in touch with you early next year. Update from July 9, 2020: We have just launched the public beta of Team
Going to AWS re:Invent? Let’s meet!
Are you attending AWS re:Invent in Las Vegas on December 2–6? So are we! And we would love to meet you! Schedule a one-on-one meeting with our team to talk about how TeamCity can help streamline your CI/CD pipelines. Did you know it can save you 30% of your build time and resources? We can also arrange a personal demo tailored to your requirements and discuss any questions you may have abou
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 2019.1 EAP1 comes with the revamped user interface and we’re hoping that your experience with TeamCity will now be not only more prod
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 on the official JetBrains site: The offer lets you run a JetBrains TeamCity server and a local agent on an Azure Linux VM in Azure. Tod
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 Cloud Services The template performs the following tasks: Setting up of an external database Creating a virtual machine for the TeamCity server