Let’s meet at AWS re:Invent
JetBrains is coming to AWS re:Invent 2021 in Las Vegas from November 29 – December 2, and the TeamCity team will be part of the booth crew. We will be happy to chat with you about the state of CI/CD in your company, answer any questions about TeamCity, or show you a live demo of building a web application and deploying it to the cloud. You can schedule a one-on-one meeting with our team to tal
Agentless build steps: API update and support in AWS CodeDeploy plugin
In version 2020.2, we introduced the concept of agentless build steps that can be run outside TeamCity, in third-party services. With this functionality, you can detach an agent from a build even before the build finishes. This helps manage agents more effectively: the earlier an agent gets free from one build, the sooner it can start another build. In the scope of the whole server, it allows runn
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 start, it is possible to use CloudFormation template which deploys the minimal setup to AWS. For the agents, TeamCity includes the integration for Amazon EC2 out of the box. Howev
AWS CodeDeploy Runner plugin
Good news for those of you who use both TeamCity and Amazon Web Services, and those who for now stick with only one of the above, but are looking for a good integration. With the help of the new TeamCity AWS CodeDeploy Runner plugin, your application can now be automatically deployed directly to your fleet of EC2 instances, on-premises instances or both in the scope of the CodeDeploy application.