Wer nutzt diese Software?
TeamCity ist für Entwickler und DevOps Ingenieure entwickelt, die ihr Team und dessen Leistung auf die nächste Stufe heben und Kosten für zusätzliche Tools, die sie nicht mehr benötigen, sparen möchten.
Durchschnittliche Bewertung29 Bewertungen
- Gesamt 4.5 / 5
- Benutzerfreundlichkeit 4 / 5
- Kundenservice 4.5 / 5
- Funktionen 4 / 5
- Preis-Leistungs-Verhältnis 4 / 5
- Startpreis 299,00 $
- Kostenlose Version Ja
- Kostenlose Testversion Ja
Installiert - Mac
Installiert - Windows
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- Gegründet 2000
TeamCity ist eine komplett integrierte Lösung zur kontinuierlichen Integration und kontinuierlichen Bereitstellung. Egal, ob du in Java, .NET oder für mobile Plattformen entwickelst, Teamcity hat dir etwas zu bieten. Mit seiner REST API und über 100 betriebsbereiten Plugins wird TeamCity passend für all deine Bedürfnisse sein.
- Kontinuierliche Bereitstellung
- Kontinuierliche Lieferung
- Anforderungsbasiertes Testen
- Parametrisierte Tests
- Sicherheit testen
- Unterstützt parallele Ausführung
- Verschieben und kopieren
- hierarchische Ansicht
Die hilfreichsten Reviews für TeamCity
Bewertet am 27.12.2018
Excellent tool to build your Application with confidence for continious Integration
Kommentare: We can solve a lot of problems using teamcity as it is one of the continuous integration tool which helps in never ending business success story. As it is been used for deploying our services to the server very easily. We can have teamcity configure with different various tools like ant maven which help us in continious integration process. Best of this it helps us understand where our build process went wrong and root cause for the failure rather than manual intervention in trouble shoot it directly show the issue we can dig the process and resolve the issue from there onwards and UI part is much more flexible so that we can organise as per our requirement
Vorteile: The good thing i always like with the teamcity is its cross platform means we can configure agents of other OS types so it can build anything easily. It is Good integration with variosu different frameworks and it has various methodologies that can be used as a part of your application development and code dump. It also have an amazing feature of supporting the extension via plugin mechanism we can also integrate with other popular tools such as artifactory plugin or we can write our own. When ever a new build failed teamcity has a special feature of trouble shoot and provide us the root cause for the failure. It has a very user friendly interface which is very easy for the navigation and understanding the standard of each options in the panel. It is an opensource product and a happy news is startup are eligible for the 50% discount on the package
Nachteile: There is nothing much least about this but there are few drawback like for a single person holding project teamcity is not right choice.Upgrading the teamcity is very lengthy process and consumes large amount of time. The logs that are being generated during the build process can be made much more beautiful with UI changes
Bewertet am 9.2.2018
Not an easy tool, but does the job
Vorteile: It does its job, and once you've set it up it's pretty solid. Agents and server have never needed a reboot as far as I know, and upgrades are quick enough. The integration with the VCS (SVN where I work) can let you keep track of what you have down the pipeline and, if you use the right tracking tool and add ticket numbers to the commit comments, you might find useful seeing what brought to that commit. If you often create new projects, the template feature can enormously speed up the process.
Nachteile: It's very very easy to screw up. It gives you quite enough rope to hang yourself and your whole team twice, like creating dependencies among builds so that a simple commit can make the agents run for hours, or other amenities where you're not really sure what's the code you're building from (or, you might even be sure, but wrong!) If you're not well organized and don't know your way around the myriads of configurations, you may well end up not knowing what features you are deploying. It really needs some serious study before using it in production, and since it's not something you configure everyday, it's not easy to keep trained. In this perspective, the template feature will make you forget what's going on. Sadly, it's the only CI/CD tool I've ever used, so I can't compare it to anything else.