Connect TeamCity to Stackstate to create events for each build in order to:
Configure the Agent to connect to TeamCity
init_config: # Add your different projects in here to monitor their build # success with StackState events instances: # A custom unique name per build configuration that will show # in the events - name: My Website # Specify the server name of your teamcity instance here # Guest authentication must be on if you want the check to be able to get data # When using the optional basic_http_authentication use # server: user:firstname.lastname@example.org server: teamcity.mycompany.com # This is the internal build ID of the build configuration you wish to track. # You can find it labelled as "Build configuration ID" when editing the configuration in question. build_configuration: MyWebsite_Deploy # Optional, this turns on basic http authentication. Defaults to False. # basic_http_authentication: true # Optional, if you wish to override the host that is affected by this build configuration. # Defaults to the host that the agent is running on. # host_affected: msicalweb6 # Optional, this changes the event message slightly to specify that TeamCity was used to deploy something # rather than just that a successful build happened # is_deployment: true # Optional, this turns off ssl certificate validation. Defaults to True. # ssl_validation: false # Optional, any additional tags you'd like to add to the event # tags: # - test
Restart the Agent
stackstate info command and verify that the integration check has passed. The output of the command should contain a section similar to the following:
Checks ====== [...] teamcity -------- - instance #0 [OK] - Collected 0 metrics & 1 events
This integration only create events. It will not return any metrics.