Installing a continuous integration server solves the problem of "integration hell," where the time it takes to integrate changed code with the repository code is longer than the time it took to make the changes. Distributed build management and continuous integration (CI) tools like JetBrains' TeamCity are lifesavers for development teams that need to integrate code early and often. In the past, if you didn't want to install continuous integration software or have the hardware to do so, you were out of luck. Recently, JetBrains made it possible to run the newest version of TeamCity in the Amazon cloud. DZone spoke with Pavel Sher, the TeamCity Project Manager, about how JetBrains is improving the process of continuous integration and bringing TeamCity into the Cloud Age.