TeamCity 2018 From Beginner to Advanced
Continuous Integration and Delivery (CI/CD) with TeamCity for Developers and DevOps
- Some experience as a Developer or as a DevOps Engineer
Learn the important skills of Continuous Integration and Delivery that every developer or DevOps engineer has to have in their arsenal.
TeamCity is a modern, feature-rich tool which enables software development teams to launch their Continuous Integration and Delivery System (CI/CD) quickly and efficiently.
We will begin by setting up TeamCity in a Highly Available and Highly Scalable manner. This is very important to make sure that as your team grows your TeamCity will maintain its high performance.
Then we deep dive into various secure ways of connecting to your Source Control system(s) such as “git” (e.g. GitHub). If you use Github, you will be happy to know that in this course you will learn how to automatically validate the pull requests and make sure that they are ready to be merged.
Once the code is available we will see how you can compile your code, then run its unit tests, measure your code quality and package the build artefacts. We will see how you can store your build artefacts on servers or on AWS S3 buckets.
Deploying the artefacts to the target servers can be tricky and complicated, and it is where most online courses give up! However, I will show you that how you can deploy your software to your on-premises or on-cloud servers automatically with one click!
No prior knowledge about TeamCity , CI/CD or AWS is required.
Who this course is for:
- DevOps Engineers
- Technical Managers
- IT Administrators
- Solution Architects
- University Students of IT and/or Computer Science
What you will learn
Learn how an efficient and scalable CI/CD system is implemented.
Install TeamCity 2018 on a local machine or on a server farm
Setup static build agents, as well as Cloud, build agents
Connect to Source Controls via HTTPS or SSH
Setup a project template to save time and effort
Parametrise build configurations
Add dynamics to your builds using System, Environmental, and Configuration Parameters
Build and package your code into a TeamCity Artifact
Produce environment-specific configurations e.g. "Web Config Transform" of ASP .NET projects (with Visual Studio or PowerShell)
Run unit tests and produce code coverage reports
Run code analysis and code quality checks
Triggering builds and running unit tests automatically
Checking GitHub pull requests automatically
Create snapshot and/or artifact dependencies between build configurations
Deploy your applications (e.g. using AWS Code Deploy)
Schedule automatic builds
Manage and subscribe to notifications and alerts
Administer TeamCity (e.g. manage users and groups)