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2018-03-20T14:54:00Z

What is your primary use case for TeamCity?

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How do you or your organization use this solution?

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For my company, we require a CI server that's very flexible. Our bills are simple, almost template-based, however, we need to be able to deploy to almost any platform, basically whatever the customer could end up using, whether it be Windows, Mac, Android, and even mobile or tablets, et cetera. We can do it with this solution. It needs to be simple because right now as I am the only IT person knowledgable of infrastructure on the team. If we need to build a pipeline, it needs to be simple enough that the rest of the team would be able to understand and work with it.

2020-07-02T10:05:58Z
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Top 10Real User

We primarily use the solution for application building and testing, continuous integration testing, and continuous delivery.

2019-12-16T08:14:00Z
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I've used TeamCity for many years at three different companies. This has been mainly for CI -building and testing software, but also for CD - continuous delivery and deployment. This has included .NET, Java, Ruby on Rails applications, running database scripts, and basically doing anything that can be automated.

2019-05-07T15:57:00Z
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Creating build environments for a various range of embedded (C/C++) products with multiple build agent configurations. Empowering the integration team (verification testing) with the ability to test subsystems of applications before launch.

2018-03-20T14:54:00Z
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