TeamCity Cloud Releases

Released: Oct 27, 2022

Updates in 2022.10.x


Updated Dec 1, 2022


  • Now supports custom SSL certificates for native Git.
  • Added support for NUnit console 3.16.


Updated Oct 27, 2022


  • Sakura UI
    • Sakura UI is now the default in this release - The Sakura UI is modern, beautiful and fast. Built with accessibility in mind, it has feature parity with the classic UI, and also brings many new unique capabilities.
  • Cloud Improvements
    • Easier and more secure management of AWS credentials - Added a new AWS credentials...

Released: Apr 28, 2022

Updates in 2022.04.x


Updated Sep 19, 2022


  • Referencing parameters as variables is now supported for Approval rules in the Build Approval feature.


  • Non-optimal reporting of build statuses in the Commit Status Publisher feature has been fixed.


Updated Aug 10, 2022


  • Previously finished successful test batches are now reused when rerunning a build with the Parallel Tests build feature enabled.
  • Fixed the issue with Commit Status Publisher sending excessive status updates for builds...

Released: Oct 25, 2021

Updates in 2021.2.x


Updated Feb 16, 2022


  • Add compatibility with BitBucket's checks for merging pull requests.


  • Changes from unknown VCS users are not shown among avatars.
  • Insecure Tomcat connector attributes: missing secure attributes.
  • Jacoco report service message with reportDir parameter does not generate report.
  • Suite name does not appear in the tests report sometimes.
  • Build with two VCS roots fails with "Builds in default branch are disabled in build configuration" even though one VCS...

Released: May 20, 2021

Updates in 2021.1.x


Updated Oct 8, 2021


  • Added support for OpenSSH keys. You can now upload a key to TeamCity and reuse it when configuring VCS roots or running an SSH agent during a build.
  • Added the ability to run Python step on any version (AnyPython agent parameter support).


  • Fixed a recent problem with sending email notifications that was observed on some TeamCity servers.
  • Removed the obsolete Let’s Encrypt root certificate from the TeamCity Docker images. Its presence was causing problems...