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TeamCity is a Java-based build management and continuous integration server from JetBrains.It was first released on October 2, 2006. TeamCity is… Expand
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2018
2018
As discussed in the previous chapter, application deployment in DevOps requires a Continuous Integration (CI) tool and Continuous… Expand
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2018
2018
In the last chapter, we discussed the process of deploying applications to Azure using best-of-breed and stand-alone DevOps tools… Expand
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2018
2016
2016
Рассмотрены программные средства, используемые для автоматизации процесса непрерывной интеграции. Описаны преимущества и недостатки таких программных продуктов как CruiseControl.Net, CruiseControl, TeamCity, Jenkins. Был проведен анализ этих систем и определены критерии по которым данные системы будут работать с платформой 1С  Ключевые слова: непрерывная интеграция, 1С, автоматическое тестирование. M. Ja. Zekirjaev AUTOMATION OF CONTINUOUS INTEGRATION OF 1C CONFIGURATIONS Abstract.  In this paper we consider software tools, used the process automate of continuous integration. Described the advantages and disadvantages of software products CruiseControl.Net, CruiseControl, TeamCity, Jenkins. An analysis was made in this systems and the criteria by which these systems will work with 1C. Keywords: continuous integration, 1C configuration, automatic testing. 
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2015
2015
Anyone have a good recommendation for a .net CI service? I'm thinking of just using TeamCity on a VM on Azure. Pros? Cons? 
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2015
2015
Improving data consistency and facilitating opportunities for cross-domain urban research is important to understanding patterns… Expand
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2012
2012
The objective of this thesis was to study the suitability of Robot Framework for test automation and it was assigned by Digia… Expand
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