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TeamCity 2020 Roadmap (Part 2 of 2)

Build runners and integrations Developers all over the world love TeamCity’s tight integrations with build tools and external services, and we take great care to support them in the best possible way. Below is a list of the new features … Continue reading

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TeamCity 2020 Roadmap (Part 1 of 2)

We want to share what we’re actively developing or designing, and give you sneak peek of the announcements you can expect to see over the coming year. TeamCity Cloud Developers must have the power to create great software without having … Continue reading

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Build, test and deploy .NET Core projects with TeamCity

The .NET Core development platform is the next wave of .NET ecosystem evolution which brings cross-platform targets for your existing or new products. Microsoft ships .NET Core SDK packages with a runtime for supported platforms and command line tools (.NET … Continue reading

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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 … Continue reading

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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 … Continue reading

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Send Visual Studio Online Team Room Notifications from TeamCity

Continuous Integration is all about quick feedback on changes in our code. TeamCity lets us subscribe to important events that may take place during the build process, such as succesful builds, build failures and so on. Email, Jabber, IDE and … Continue reading

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TeamCity integrates with Visual Studio Online and Azure – Special offer for MSDN subscribers

A large number of TeamCity users are working with Microsoft technologies and platforms such as Visual Studio Online and Azure, both fantastic tools in their respective areas. We are really excited to announce several new integration points between TeamCity and these tools! Special TeamCity … Continue reading

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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 … Continue reading

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TeamCity and Visual Studio Online Source Control

Many teams are working with Visual Studio Online (VSO), a hosted Team Foundation Server that provides source control and issue tracking as a cloud service. While VSO comes with a build server as well, lots of developers prefer to use TeamCity … Continue reading

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Continuous Delivery to IIS or Windows Azure Web Sites

Deploying ASP.NET applications can be done in a multitude of ways. Some build the application on a workstation and then xcopy it over to the target server. Some use a build server, download the artifacts, change the configuration files and … Continue reading

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