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Welcome to TeamCity TestDrive!

A simple way to try TeamCity without installing it

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What is TeamCity TestDrive?

Use TeamCity in the cloud, without installation

TestDrive is a great way to try TeamCity without the hassle of downloading and installing it on a server. It is hosted by JetBrains and runs just like a regular TeamCity would.

Set up and run your project in TeamCity for 60 days

You can set up one project in TeamCity by simply providing a link to your version control system. After that, you have 60 days to work on it.

Export your project data

After the 60-day period elapses, or any time earlier, you can create a project export, which you can further import into a regular on-premises TeamCity, should you wish to continue working on it.

Invite collaborators

Send invitations to other people to join your TeamCity project.

It's free

That's it. We charge nothing
for using TeamCity TestDrive.

Frequently asked questions

  • If I like it, can I continue using TeamCity in the cloud?

    There is no hosted TeamCity offering provided publicly yet. The main purpose of TestDrive is to provide you with an opportunity to try TeamCity for 60 days. After that, we encourage you to download TeamCity. The default Professional edition is free.

  • Will I have dedicated Build Agents for my project?

    The Build Agents which run all the TestDrive builds are shared among several projects, so the Build Agent time will be distributed proportionally between them. Depending on the load, there is a chance that build times might increase during peak hours.

  • Which software is available for me? Can I install my own?

    The software on Build Agents is provided by JetBrains. Linux-based agents are currently available. Review the full list of installed software.

  • Do I have to wait until the end of the 60-day period to export my project data?

    You can export your data at any time and use it for a regular on-premises TeamCity. After the 60-day period expires, your data (project and build configuration settings) will be stored on our servers and available for export for another 30 days, and then deleted.

  • What will be exported?

    Exporting from TestDrive works exactly as a regular TeamCity project export. Currently, only project and build configuration settings are exported. Your builds, artifacts, test history, changes, users and groups are not exported.