Thursday, May 12, 2011

TeamCity 6.5 Pre-Release: Less Restrictive Professional Edition and Stability Improvements

We are only  a small step away from 6.5 release and here is a build for you to try in your environment and let us know if anything goes wrong. The final 6.5 is planned to be released within a week or so.

Starting with this build we are dropping most limitations from Professional TeamCity edition except for the 20 build configurations limit. Now you can use per-project roles, any user authentication and more then 20 users in your TeamCity Professional installation.
As a professional user, you might be also interested in using more build configurations and here is a place to share your thoughts on this.

This build include a new way to install an agent onto a new machine: "agent push". Provided you have administrator credentials for a remote machine, you can now install a TeamCity agent on it right from "Agent Push" tab under Agents. The feature is in a bit "experimental" state, but we hope to improve it in further releases based on your feedback.

The build also further improves test muting and remote run on branches features as well as bundles PowerShell runner.

See more in the change log or full fixed issues list.

We ask you to try the build in your environment and let us know if anything goes wrong.

Get ready for the 6.5 release!

1 comment:

Anthony said...

the push agent feature sounds super useful. I hope it works as great as you guys hope it should!