TeamCity brings Azure Resource Manager support
Microsoft has recently introduced a new way to deploy cloud resources, so currently there exist two Azure deployment models supported by TeamCity as two separate plugins. The earlier Azure deployment model is in the feature freeze state and is now called Azure Classic. The same goes for the existing TeamCity Azure support, now called TeamCity Azure Classic plugin. Azure Resource Manager is t
Introducing TeamCity Azure plugin – Run builds in the cloud
In a large TeamCity setup with many projects, it's often very difficult to predict the load on build agents, for example during releases. One minute we need only one agent to be running, the next minute we need 50. Not to worry! TeamCity supports scaling out builds to Amazon EC2, and starting today, also Microsoft Azure! For each queued build, TeamCity first tries to start it on one of the regu
A Step by Step Guide: Create a custom TeamCity MetaRunner to notify NewRelic that a new deployment has occurred.
This guest blog post is brought to you by Howard van Rooijen of endjin, a JetBrains Training and Consulting Partner. Your feedback is welcome in the comments section. As systems grow in size and complexity, without rigorous Application Lifecycle Management processes in place, organisations risk degrading into a state of chaos and fear. Earlier in the year I wrote a whitepaper for JetBrains, “F