TeamCity a very popular, mature and feature-rich tool-set for CI which enables us to build very sophisticated automated build pipelines very quickly. TeamCity is Jetbrains’ solution to Continuous Integration. JetBrains has established authority in the software development world, and their tools like WebStorm and Resharper are used by developers worldwide. TeamCity has a clearer UI. It feels more polished and researched in this area. TeamCity is far more focused on validating individual commits rather than certain types of tests.  TeamCity offers all the features in its free version, but it is limited to 20 configurations and 3 build agents. Additional build agents and build configurations have their costs. Out of the box, TeamCity has the support for wide variety of tools and frameworks and since it supports many .NET features, it might be best suited for any  .NET project. Despite being Java based solution, TeamCity offers the best .NET support among the tools. It also has a wide variety of publicly available plugins, developed both by JetBrains and third parties. TeamCity is a continuous integration server that allows you to commit code very easily. TeamCity adopts the concept of build server and build agent. It is an easy-to-use and powerful continuous integration system. Artifactory and Nexus are popular artifact repositories that could be used by TeamCity to store the versioned artifacts.

Some advantages of TeamCity are listed here:

Developer- Oriented Features

No Need of Additional Plug-ins

100+ Features

Lets you Grow Smoothly

Best Continuous Integration

Good Deployment Platform


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