First class Docker support out of the box:
- Build Docker images as a separate build step.
- Automaticlly launch Docker Compose build services as the build begins, and shut them down when the build is finished.
- Run a build step within a specified Docker container, as an extension to other runners (Gradle, Maven, Ant, and Command line)
- Clean up all the images published by the build.
- Turn on a Docker registry connection.
Visual Studio Team Services
Integration with Visual Studio Team Services lets you set up VSTS as your source control in TeamCity (both Git and TFVC are supported), link TeamCity builds and version control history with Work Items, and receive build statuses for commits and pull requests in your Git repositories.
TeamCity integration with JetBrains YouTrack works both ways:
- TeamCity detects issue IDs mentioned in changes and provides links to YouTrack.
- YouTrack can be configured to import information about a change from TeamCity and add it to the issue. YouTrack can even apply different commands to the issues if they are mentioned in TeamCity changes.
TeamCity also supports Jira and Bugzilla out of the box and can be integrated easily with other systems via plugins.
With extensive NuGet integration TeamCity can install and update NuGet packages on agents,
create and publish
packages to a NuGet feed.
TeamCity can also act as NuGet feed server, and trigger builds on changes in a specified NuGet package.
TeamCity has many features for native Maven support under the hood, including: automatic
setup of Maven build
steps in build configuration, sharing of common Maven settings across projects, and
visualization of the
various project data gathered from POM.
TeamCity can also trigger builds when a specified Maven artifact changes.
VCS Hosting Services
- Connect TeamCity to your GitHub and BitBucket issue tracker for automatic fetching and display of information about issues.
- Publish build status right to GitHub, GitLab, Bitbucket, and Upsource once the build is finished.
- Create projects directly from GitHub/Bitbucket repositories, without even providing a URL. TeamCity will connect to your VCS and list all the available repositories – you just need to pick one.