Built-in Artifacts Storage
TeamCity stores artifacts produced by builds on the file system accessible by the TeamCity server. The default location is
<Teamcity Data Directory>/system/artifacts but this location can be redefined.
External Artifacts Storage
Starting from version 2017.1, TeamCity provides a pluggable API to enable external storage for TeamCity build artifacts. Support for different storages can be implemented as an external plugin to TeamCity: the details are provided in the external storage implementation guide.
Several experimental non-bundled plugins developed by JetBrains are listed below.
Amazon S3 Support
Amazon S3 Artifact Storage is supported via an experimental external plugin from JetBrains, teamcity-s3-storage-plugin. When installed and configured, the plugin allows uploading to, downloading and removing artifacts from S3; it handles resolution of artifact dependencies as well as clean-up of artifacts. The plugin also displays artifacts located externally in the TeamCity web UI.
Azure Artifact Storage
Azure Artifact Storage is an experimental plugin by JetBrains which allows replacing the TeamCity built-in artifacts storage by Azure Blob storage.
Google Cloud Artifact Storage
Google Cloud Artifact Storage is implemented as a plugin by JetBrains.