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Welcome to Documentation space for TeamCity 7.x - distributed build management and continuous integration server. Here you will find description, instructions and notes about installing, configuring and using TeamCity, its features, options, and plugins.
Documentation Space Structure
For your convenience, the documentation space is divided into following sections:
Installation and Upgrade
TeamCity User's Guide is for everyone who uses TeamCity. From this section you will learn how to subscribe to TeamCity notifications, view how your changes have affected different projects, view current problems, use TeamCity search.
The Administrator's Guide contains essential instructions on configuring and maintaining the TeamCity server and build agents, working with projects and build configurations, managing users and their permissions, integrating TeamCity with other tools, and more.
This section is intended to give you basic understanding of TeamCity-specific terms, like build configuration, project, build queue, etc. If you're new to TeamCity it is recommended to familiarize yourself with these concepts.
Where to Find More Information and Send Feedback
To get general information about TeamCity and its features, please visit TeamCity Official Site.
You are welcome to contact us with questions or suggestions about TeamCity. See Feedback for appropriate contact method. The link is also available in the footer of any web page of TeamCity server.
Documentation for previous TeamCity versions
If you're using TeamCity earlier than 7.0, please refer to the corresponding documentation.
There is a number of plugins available for TeamCity developed both by JetBrains and third parties. See the list.
TeamCity Supported Platforms and Environments
Have a "10,000-foot look" at TeamCity, and the supported IDE's, frameworks, version control systems and means of monitoring. Point to a component on the diagram below and jump to its description:
See details at Supported Platforms and Environments.