Building with .NET Core and Docker in TeamCity on AWS

By Dr Philip Kendall, Lead Analyst, Control F1.

Building with .NET Core and Docker in TeamCity on AWS

At Control F1, we’re always evaluating the latest technologies to see if and how they’ll fit with our clients needs. One of our core strengths is in .NET development, so we’ve recently been looking at the newly released Visual Studio 2017, along with .NET Core 1.1 and combining this with our ongoing use of Docker to create microservices. We always like all our projects to have continuous integration to ensure a consistent and repeatable build process – in our case, we use a TeamCity instance running in AWS for this. However, actually getting everything to build in TeamCity wasn’t quite as easy as we would have hoped due to a few minor niggles, so I’ve put together this blog post to capture everything that we needed to do.

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