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Continuous Integration: Article

JetBrains Continuous Integration on EC2

Newly released build management and integration tool adds Amazon EC2 cloud integration, boosts scalability

Key features in this release include:

    - Suport for Amazon EC2: Take advantage of cloud computing with
      TeamCity by putting build agents on Amazon EC2 cloud with on-demand 
      image starting and on-idle stopping.
    - Issue tracker integration with JetBrains YouTrack, JIRA and
      Bugzilla out of the box, plus an API for the integration plugins for
      other systems.
    - Maven support improvements, including simplified build
      configuration creation from POM file, and build triggering on Maven
      artifacts change.
    - Build configuration templates for eliminating redundancy in build
      configurations settings.
    - Project archiving for putting no-longer-active projects out of
      sight.
    - Command line tool for running Personal builds on server without
      IDE integration.
    - Backup & Restore added to simplify TeamCity maintenance, and the
      migration tool re-implemented.

Other improvements include:

    - Now you can view the status of a change across all build
      configurations on a single page.
    - Failure responsibility feature has been advanced to cover not
      only builds, but also individual test failures.
    - Various actions made by TeamCity users are now stored in the
      Audit log which can be browsed from the web UI.
    - Code coverage analysis has been significantly improved for both
      Java (based on IntelliJ IDEA coverage engine) and .NET (support for
      NCover and PartCover).
    - And many more.

Additionally, TeamCity 5.0 extends existing integrations and brings several new ones:

    - Git & Mercurial support are now bundled with TeamCity.
    - Remote Run now works for Git from IntelliJ IDEA & Eclipse.
    - New support for Cucumber, Shoulda, Test-Spec in Rake runner.
    - TeamCity IntelliJ IDEA plugin now works with IntelliJ IDEA
      Community Edition and RubyMine 2.0.

Complete product information about JetBrains TeamCity is available at http://www.jetbrains.com/teamcity/?teamcity50.

TeamCity 5.0 Professional is available for FREE for all small- and middle-sized development teams and can be downloaded at http://www.jetbrains.com/teamcity/download/?teamcity50.

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