Our developers use TeamCity. This instance uses the built-in authentication model, i.e. no LDAP authentication.
A team of developers forgot the password to login to their TeamCity server UI. 134 more words
In my previous post, I shared a script that used the Octopus API to create a defect, with the aim of it being added to a TeamCity build and chaining the build to a deploy/test build step in TeamCity: the aim being to raise an Octopus defect if a test fails whilst the deployment to the environment succeeded. 764 more words
I’ve been using Octopus and Team City together as a build/deploy solution, and the more I use them together the more I like them. I have a lot of experience in using the TFS Build process, and used a combination of MSBuild and MSBuild to create semi-automated deployments. 484 more words
You know the saying that you never stop learning.
I have decided to make this part 9 of the series of post that I am doing about building a Continuous Integration Environment using Sitecore, TeamCity, Octopus Deploy, and Unicorn. 560 more words