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JetBrains TeamCity

JetBrains TeamCity

By JetBrains
  • #2 Software in Continuous Integration
  • JetBrains TeamCity market share is 8.71% with more than 1942 companies using this software
  • Datanyze helps you reach more than 12,784,192 contacts that are using JetBrains TeamCity , including Amazon.com Apple Walmart

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    ABOUT JETBRAINS TEAMCITY

    TeamCity is a Java-based build management and continuous integration server from JetBrains. It was first released on October 2, 2006. TeamCity is commercial software and licensed under a proprietary license. A Freemium license for up to 20 build configurations and 3 free Build Agent licenses is available.

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    Top Competitors Websites Market Share Vendor
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    What is JetBrains TeamCity and what is used for?

    TeamCity is a Java-based build management and continuous integration server from JetBrains. It was first released on October 2, 2006. TeamCity is commercial software and licensed under a proprietary license. A Freemium license for up to 20 build configurations and 3 free Build Agent licenses is available.

    Which software are similar or alternative to JetBrains TeamCity

    Jenkins is one of the most well-known alternatives to JetBrains TeamCity

    Who uses JetBrains TeamCity?

    1942 companies reportedly use JetBrains TeamCity in their tech stacks, including Amazon.com, Apple, Walmart