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Vagrant: Up and Running [Kindle Edition]

Mitchell Hashimoto
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Discover why Vagrant is a must-have tool for thousands of developers and ops engineers. This hands-on guide shows you how to use this open source software to build a virtual machine for any purpose—including a completely sandboxed, fully provisioned development environment right on your desktop.

Vagrant creator Mitchell Hashimoto shows you how to share a virtual machine image with members of your team, set up a separate virtualization for each project, and package virtual machines for use by others. This book covers the V1 (1.0.x) configuration syntax running on top of a V2 (1.1+) core, the most stable configuration format running on the latest core.

  • Build a simple virtual machine with just two commands and no configuration
  • Create a development environment that closely resembles production
  • Automate software installation and management with shell scripts, Chef, or Puppet
  • Set up a network interface to access your virtual machine from any computer
  • Use your own editor and browser to develop and test your applications
  • Test complicated multi-machine clusters with a single Vagrantfile
  • Change Vagrant’s default operating system to match your production OS
  • Extend Vagrant features with plugins, including components you build yourself

Über den Autor und weitere Mitwirkende

Mitchell Hashimoto is an operations engineer and prolific open source contributor. Mitchell created Vagrant, a tool for creating and distributing virtualized development environments. Vagrant is used by companies such as Mozilla, RackSpace, and Nokia, and many more. Mitchell currently works full time as an operations engineer for Kiip, a mobile rewards network. Mitchell also enjoys speaking at conferences about open source, DevOps, and Vagrant, and has spoken at Velocity Conf, FOSDEM, RubyConf, and more.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Dateigröße: 1044 KB
  • Seitenzahl der Print-Ausgabe: 158 Seiten
  • Gleichzeitige Verwendung von Geräten: Keine Einschränkung
  • Verlag: O'Reilly Media; Auflage: 1 (30. Mai 2013)
  • Verkauf durch: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ASIN: B00D3VH4IO
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4.0 von 5 Sternen Gute Einführung 26. August 2014
Format:Kindle Edition|Verifizierter Kauf
Dieses Buch hat mir geholfen Vagrant in seiner Funktionalität besser zu verstehen. Mit einer sehr kompakten und erfolgsorientierten Schreibweise stellen sich schnell erfolge ein und innerhalb weniger Stunden hat man die Kernfunktionen von Vagrant verstanden. Der Autor verzichtet absichtlich auf tiefergehende Konfigurationsmöglichkeiten, zeigt aber an jeder Stelle Anknüpfungspunkte.

Wer sich einen ersten Einblick in Vagrant verschaffen möchte ist mit diesem Buch bestens bedient. Es eignet sich aber nicht nur für Anfänger, den es werden alle Kernfunktionen von Vagrant beschrieben.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Kompakt, auf den Punkt und flüssig zu lesen 22. September 2013
Format:Taschenbuch|Verifizierter Kauf
Vor diesem Buch hatte ich eine ungefähre Vorstellung davon, wofür Vagrant überhaupt gut ist. Nach diesem Buch fühle ich mich nun sehr gut gerüstet, und habe (glaube ich) einen guten Überblick zu dem Thema.

Das Buch ist ausgesprochen verständlich geschrieben, folgt einem logischen und sinnvollen roten Faden und steigt nach und nach in die Konzepte und Ideen von Vagrant ein: Beginnt man zunächst mit dem Aufsetzen einer neuen virtuellen Maschine, geht es danach um deren Fernsteuerung, deren Konfiguration und zu guter letzt um die Erweiterbarkeit von Vagrant.

Besonders gut hat mir gefallen, dass das Buch kompakt ist und seinen Inhalt auf den Punkt bringt: Kein unnötiges Blabla, sondern eine gute Einführung mit einem Blick über den Tellerrand, die nicht künstlich aufgeblasen wurde, nur damit man ein Buch mit mehr als 130 Seiten verkaufen kann. Weniger ist mehr :-).

Insofern kann ich das Buch nur jedem ans Herz legen, der sich mit Vagrant beschäftigen möchte. Großes Lob und Kompliment an Autor und Verlag für eine wirklich ausgezeichnete Leistung!
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3.0 von 5 Sternen Good introduction to Vagrant 8. Juni 2013
Von Kent R. Spillner - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format:Taschenbuch
I enjoyed "Vagrant: Up and Running" and think it is a good introduction to Vagrant. The book is a nice complement to the "Getting Started Guide" on the project website. New users and people with zero Vagrant experience will be able to pick up this book and learn everything they need to start using Vagrant and getting the most out of it.

The last chapter covers Vagrant plugins and should be very helpful for plugin developers. Mitchell does a good job of explaining how to create command, configuration and provisioner plugins, and he steps through several complete examples in this section of the book. In my opinion, this chapter is the best existing documentation on Vagrant plugin development.

However, I'm only giving this book three stars because as good as it is I think it still leaves a lot to be desired. There are numerous spelling and grammar errors in the book. The quality of writing isn't particularly good; for example, there is an awful lot of repetitive writing that is tiresome to read and just feels like filler, and the way v1 vs v2 configuration is described and handled in the book felt awkward.

But the biggest problem with the book is the plugin chapter (which, interestingly, is also probably the most valuable part of the book!). In particular, there are two problematic aspects.

First, by Mitchell's own admission this chapter's coverage of plugin development is incomplete. He explains this is because the API and architecture of host, guest and provider plugins aren't that common and are also about to undergo major changes. Personally, I think if these plugin types are so uncommon then it is actually more important to cover them here, because there will be fewer examples in the wild that other developers can study. Also, I wonder why he and O'Reilly didn't just hold publication until after the API changes. In my opinion it would be better to wait longer for the book to come out if that means its coverage will be more comprehensive, rather than ending the most valuable chapter in the book with "there's this other stuff I didn't want to talk about, but if you're curious you can always read the source."

Second, the difference between the v1 and v2 configurations is confusing. Mitchell explains this is because the v1.1 series introduced some non-backwards compatible changes (and then he repeats this several more times throughout the rest of the chapter), but it still just feels... half-baked. I applaud Vagrant's commitment to backwards compatibility, and I understand the technical reasons as he explains them. But the way it is handled just feels awkward. I wonder if it wouldn't have been better just to focus exclusively on the v1 configuration and never mention the existence of the v2 configuration. Since the v1.0 series is the current stable release and v2.0 is still a ways off, I think it would be fine to only cover the stable configuration and leave the newer stuff to a future edition of the book. Alternatively, as I mentioned before, I think he and O'Reilly should have delayed publication until Vagrant 2.0. It just feels muddled that there are these different configuration versions, and he goes to such pains to explain them and the reason why they exist and what Vagrant's version numbers mean, but then he skips discussing a few different plugin types because they're about to change.
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4.0 von 5 Sternen Very Good Starting Point (Needs updates) 2. April 2014
Von Jean-Pierre - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format:Kindle Edition|Verifizierter Kauf
This is a perfect primer and I wish I had sprung the cash to buy this instead of trying to fumble through the online documentation. The only issue I have with this book is that it's not up to date. With version two of the Vagrant API you'll have to adjust many of the commands in the book to the new version which kind of makes the examples moot. All that aside the theoretical and philosophical basis for this vm provisioner is very clearly explained in this book. Definitely worth buying on Kindle, but I hope they update the content soon.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Fantastic bootstrap learning resource 8. November 2014
Von Amazon Customer - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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We have been using Vagrant for about six months now. I have put off too long diving into the subject. The fact that I could put it off is a demonstration of one of Vagrant's strengths: a team can use it without having a lot of knowledge about how it works. It just works. But as an engineer, I wanted to know more about how our Vagrant environments were configured, especially since we're now using Docker inside Vagrant, and I was not entirely clear on the boundaries between my host machine, Vagrant, a VirtualBox, and Docker containers.

In about 4 hours, I was able to work through the first six of seven chapters of the book, including time to experiment with creating and destroying Vagrant environments. The last little exercise was creating a two-node cluster, one of which installed and ran MySQL, the other installed and ran Apache. And then confirming that networking was running properly between them, and the host. Along the way, I won't say I gained a complete education on the ins and outs of Vagrant, but I learned much, and now feel confident that I can go to Vagrant's online documentation and find any further information I need. This book did a great job of explaining the why as well as the how of Vagrant.

Considering I got this as a Kindle book for about half the print price, it was really a great bargain. If you're looking to bootstrap your knowledge of Vagrant, I recommend this book.

(One little sidenote: If you try the hostonly example, and the 192.168.33.* subnet doesn't work for you, try 192.168.133.*.)
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Must-read for those interested 14. Juni 2013
Von Krzysztof Ropiak - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format:Taschenbuch
Vagrant: Up and Running is a very concise book that helps you to get started with Vagrant, which is a very smart tool with growing role in software development. I believe that title of the book is very appropriate as you can hit the ground running and start using the tool comfortably for your project very soon after reading this book.

There's quite short introduction to what Vagrant is, and then the author shows exactly how to use it properly. Mitchell show how to install it and how to interact with it by the offered set of commands. You'll find there instructions for creating virtual machine, provisioning it and setting up a network, also between set of machines. The author discusses many common use cases for using every feature of this tool. Portion of the book shows usage of the plugins for Vagrant and teaches you about development of these plugins. At the end of the book, you'll also find reference chapters that describes Vagrant's options one by one.

I've really enjoyed reading this book. Mitchel Hashimoto shows how to solve most common problems - problems that most readers will encounter if the try Vagrant or virtualization in general, like automatic software installation, port forwarding, folder sharing. And he does it all with quite simple and very easy to understand examples.

I fully recommend reading it for anyone that is interested in what Vagrant offers to its users and how to make best use of it.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen A Quick Read With All the Necessities 28. Juli 2013
Von Sharon Talbot - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format:Kindle Edition
If you aren't already familiar with vagrant, it is a piece of software responsible for making a virtual machine be easily manageable and configurable from the command line. More than that, it can be used to make a developer's life much easier by hiding away all of the tedium of setting up a development environment per the product's specifications. This book is all about the whys and hows of running vagrant.

I was pleasantly surprised to find this book very useful and easy to read through. For me, I finished it in a couple evenings, and now use it primarily as a reference manual. It covers the important topics of networking and configuration in sufficient depth to be know what you are doing from a read-through.

I feel like what I learned most from this book, though, is that vagrant (fortunately!) is not all that complicated. You can get up and running quickly and basically be done with it. I do, however, now need a book on Chef for provisioning...

I'd recommend this book to anyone thinking about using vagrant for development. or anyone who has recently rolled out a deployment of it. If you've already been using vagrant for a while and don't need to extend it and are happy with your network configuration already, this book may not be a necessity, but it wouldn't hurt.

I received this book for free through the O'Reilly blogger program.
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