JetBrains, the creators of intelligent, productivity-enhancing tools for software developers, have announced the general availability of TeamCity 6, a professional distributed build management and continuous integration system.

“TeamCity 6 is a great step forward,” said Pavel Sher, TeamCity project manager. “We are proud of some know-hows we’ve come up with to further improve user experience and performance, and to address our customer’s specific needs. The product is now even more user-friendly, and we plan to keep this trend up.”

Except for addition of Gradle and Maven 3, TeamCity 6 provides a better .NET code coverage analysis based on the bundled JetBrains dotCover engine. Other key changes include:

* Build steps for executing multiple build runners sequentially as part of the same build configuration
* Build priorities in the build queue, and priority classes for managing them
* Improved support for RVM and Bundler for building Ruby/Rails projects

* “My Changes” page re-implemented from scratch for better usability and navigation
* Many improvements to its IDE plugins.

To learn more about JetBrains TeamCity and to download a FREE Professional Edition, please visit the official TeamCity website at

Each new license of TeamCity includes subscription for free updates for 1 year after the purchase date, covering even major new releases. Expired update subscriptions can be extended for another year to update to TeamCity 6.0. To learn more about TeamCity pricing and updates, please see