One-stop solution for all build problems in massive organizations.
August 11, 2021

One-stop solution for all build problems in massive organizations.

Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 9 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User

Overall Satisfaction with TeamCity

TeamCity is being used across my company. We have integrated TeamCity with the CI/CD pipeline. This is solving number of problems which occur if we do not have CI/CD in place. Configuring node servers to build the projects is easy. We can easily configure the properties while building the specific branch. Can easily build multiple feature/develop/release branches at once. It gives all build related information at one place, so can troubleshoot problem in build easily. Basic implementation of application is easy.
  • Selection of build server for specific build
  • We can add configurable properties
  • One stop solution to create deployable package
  • Initial and basic setup is easy
  • It is not plug and play thing
  • Need more specific configurations for smaller projects as well
  • Online help is less available
  • Basic implementation is easy but I think feature add on can be complex as it involve some language knowledge as well.
  • Integrate with Sonar to highlight potential bugs
  • can be configured on big scale
  • We can add project specific settings/configurations.
  • Track all builds from your microservices architecture at one place.
  • It is always better to have code quality check tolls integrated in CI/CD
  • For small projects also we have to go through same long path
  • This application is suitable for big microservices architecture, where we have many services
This application is easy to install and deploy at site than most of the similar solutions in market. Easy user interface is one of the reason it can be installed. However each software have its good points and bad points. Study your organizations case and then only choose between applications.

Do you think TeamCity delivers good value for the price?

Not sure

Are you happy with TeamCity's feature set?


Did TeamCity live up to sales and marketing promises?

I wasn't involved with the selection/purchase process

Did implementation of TeamCity go as expected?

I wasn't involved with the implementation phase

Would you buy TeamCity again?


Well suited :
1. Big organizations where we need central control on builds
2. Apply rules and regulations is central
3. Yet it can be configurable on every build
4. Add different supportive tools of development to find bugs, vulnerabilities.

Not Suited :
1. Small Organizations where no more regulation needed.
2. When no addition of supportive tools required we can end up writing complex config for simple solutions
3. For Start-ups it is not suitable as require specific experienced developer to handle it.