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Time-limited access tokens
Now, TeamCity can generate time-limited access tokens. You can use these tokens in scripts or REST API requests to grant temporary access to the TeamCity server. After the token’s time limit expires, TeamCity will automatically revoke its access.
You can add a time-limited token in My Settings & Tools | Access tokens:
Monitoring disk usage in external storages
An increasing number of our users prefer storing build artifacts in cloud – for example, in Amazon S3. To address this demand, the Disk Usage monitor now supports external storages.
TeamCity detects all local and remote artifact directories configured on the server and analyses the disk space occupied by builds in these storages.
On the Administration | Disk Usage page, you can switch between the detected storages and see detailed reports:
Agent Docker images contain bundled plugins out of the box
Since this EAP, the TeamCity agent Docker images are based on the full agent distribution. The full agent contains all bundled plugins out of the box.
This significantly speeds up the first agent run because the full agent doesn’t need to synchronize all plugins with the server. When launched, it will only download external plugins or tools installed on your server, if any.
- Docker images of the TeamCity Windows agents are now based on version 1909 instead of 1809.
Currently, Windows agents are published for versions 1903 and 1909.
We are working on many new features to be introduced in the following EAP builds. More updates are coming soon – check out our roadmap for details.
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