Integrate multiple TeamCity servers with your Jira

April 15, 2014
3 min

We are happy to announce that one of the most demanding features for TeamCity Integration for Jira has been added. Now the app supports work with multiple TeamCity servers, so you can easily get data from multiple continuous integration servers for your needs.

teamcity server diagram

You can instantly view complex data about your projects and builds without accessing TeamCity servers. If you have multiple projects, one per TeamCity server, you can view the statuses for each in your Jira. So you needn’t always switch between Jira and your multiple TeamCity servers.

All you need is to add several application links to TeamCity, the rest of the work will be done by the app. It will thoroughly process and index all the available data from each server for you to view in your Jira.


All the information about your project builds and used configurations will always be in your hand. For the details on completed builds, you can instantly proceed to the appropriate TeamCity instance right from Jira. The app treats each TeamCity server individually, so a similar set of data will be available for each instance. If the same issue is mentioned on multiple TeamCity servers, you will see information from several servers in one listing.

teamcity view issue info

So what can you benefit from this?

First, you get a convenient tool for being aware of all progress in your projects.

Second, you can always directly proceed to the right page with details of the build or configuration without long browsing sections of TeamCity.

Third, you can quickly collect data from all your TeamCity servers in your Jira. And the last, you can always track any changes and modified files for each task.

Download the updated version of TeamCity Integration for Jir JIRA from the Atlassian Marketplace and try it for free. Refer to our documentation for details on how to work with the app.