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Team City w mackach ośmiornicy cz. I

Ostatnio jednym z zadań, którego postanowiłem się podjąć, było wprowadzenie do projektu prostego rodzaju Continuous Integration oraz Delivery.

Do wymagań należało wprowadzenie kilku środowisk, każde miało posiadać inne ustawienia, a co najważniejsze możliwość deploy’u on demand, czyli na kliknięcie przycisku, bez żadnego ręcznego kopiowania. 298 more words


Jenkins or Teamcity, let's clear your confusion

Jenkins and Teamcity are the two most popular known tools for Continuous Integration and Delivery . There is always a confusion about which one is the better tool. 347 more words


Complexity, often not required!

Complexity, this topic is one I find myself coming back to on a daily basis. Good and functional code does not have to be the same thing as complex code! 186 more words


Access Team City from Windows VM deployed in Azure through Public IP

There might be a situation where you are planning to have your DevOps Continuous Integration and Deployment processes to be implemented from a VM having Windows OS you have provisioned in Azure. 290 more words


Building with .NET Core and Docker in TeamCity on AWS

By Dr Philip Kendall, Lead Analyst, Control F1.

At Control F1, we’re always evaluating the latest technologies to see if and how they’ll fit with our clients needs. 118 more words

Blog Post

How to build a smashing dashboard

An information dashboard is a way to visualize and share information within a team about things that are important. You can setup a big monitor showing live updates about build statuses, open jira issues, a sprint burndown graph, the health of your applications on production, and so on. 762 more words

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