Set up your CI and CD pipeline in code using configuration scripts based on the TeamCity Kotlin DSL.
Using feature branches for development? TeamCity will detect and build changes in your branch, as well as merge it to the master.
Synchronize your project settings with VCS, and never lose track of them again.
Do you practice a traditional approach to Continuous Integration, or prefer Feature Branches with Git or Mercurial? Either way TeamCity has got you covered with a wide range of developer-oriented features to take your team's performance to the next level.
Whether you develop in Java, .NET, or for mobile platforms, TeamCity has the essentials you need to get started in a matter of minutes, right inside the installer package.
Whenever you need special additional functionality, choose from over 100 ready-to-use plugins. Or, add custom features by creating your own plugins using the TeamCity Open API.
Never feel alone. Get help from various support channels including a public issue tracker, community forum, and the comprehensive online documentation.
TeamCity gets smarter as you get bigger. Its licensing model allows you to start completely free, and smoothly expand your server capacities as you need to.
Initially a Continuous Integration server, TeamCity has encompassed all the features you'd expect from a mature Continuous Deployment platform. Today it is the best choice for both that you can make.
Pandas love watching your builds turning green even more than they love bamboo.
TeamCity makes them happy.
Version 2019.2 adds support for EC2 launch templates, and lets you run cloud build agents using the launch parameters from your AWS account. You no longer need to change anything in the TeamCity project configuration to update or install new software on cloud build agents.
The Kotlin DSL now provides a simple and very straightforward syntax for defining build chains. Also, starting with 2019.2, your Kotlin DSL configurations may include custom parameters, which you need to define in the UI when importing the project or when updating the project settings.
TeamCity now exposes its metrics via an HTTP endpoint, so they can be scraped by Prometheus and then visualized via the Prometheus web interface, or in a Grafana dashboard.
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