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In the course Continuous Integration with TeamCity participants learn how the latest version of TeamCity can be used to set up a continuous integration and continuous delivery (CI/CD) pipeline. CI/CD is a best practice in agile development where changes in the code of a software project are automatically tested and integrated.
CI/CD is part of the DevOps process whereby developers check in code regularly into a central repository and relevant tests and builds are automatically executed. Tools ensure that the new code is correct before it is integrated into the software project.
The course starts with a discussion of the configuration of TeamCity and the connection of TeamCity to version management systems such as Git, CVS and BitBucket. The various build agents, build steps, gated commits, user configuration and IDE integration are also treated.
Next attention is paid to project configuration with project IDs, meta runners and issue trackers. Project actions, parameters and the use of shared resources are also on the course schedule.
Furthermore the build configurations in TeamCity are discussed in more detail and the various build steps, failure conditions, dependencies and parameters are explained. The various agent requirements and VCS settings are also addressed.
The execution of build actions with Maven, Gradle or .NET are also on the program of the course. This includes the discussion of code inspections and code coverage and the implementation of Selenium Tests.
Subsequently there is ample attention for TeamCity Administration, where global settings, authentication settings, making backups and sending notifications are discussed.
Finally the reporting options from TeamCity are reviewed with which insight can be gained into build history, usage statistics and agent logs.
The course Continuous Integration with TeamCity is intended for developers, testers and administrators who want to use TeamCity to set up continuous integration projects.
Experience with IT projects in a DevOps environment with the Agile Development methodology and Scrum is beneficial for the understanding but not strictly necessary.
The theory is discussed on the basis of presentations and demos and is interchanged with exercises. Demo projects should clarify the concepts discussed. The course uses the latest version of TeamCity. Course times are from 9.30 up and to 16.30.
After successful completion of the course the participants receive an official certificate Continuous Integration with TeamCity.
Module 1 : TeamCity Intro
Module 2 : Project Configuration
Module 3 : Build Configuration
What is TeamCity?
CI by JetBrains
Git, CVS and BitBucket
Multiple Build Agents
Clean up Rules
Projects from Scratch
Projects by URL
Module 4 : Build Actions
Module 5 : TeamCity Administration
Module 6 : Reports
Maven and Gradle
Duplicate Code Finder
Viewing Build Time
Viewing Disk Usage
Audit and Actions
Managing Build Queue
Setting Up Notifications
TeamCity REST Api