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 a passionate engineer, professional speaker, and entrepreneur. Mitchell has been creating and contributing to open source software for almost a decade. He has spoken at dozens of conferences about his work, such as VelocityConf, OSCON, FOSDEM, and more. Mitchell is the founder of HashiCorp, a company whose goal is to make the best DevOps tools in the world, including Vagrant. Prior to HashiCorp, Mitchell spent five years as a web developer and another four as an operations engineer.