Pro Vagrant teaches you how to effectively implement and optimize Vagrant in your everyday work environment. Master the creation and configuration of virtual development environments with an easy-to-use workflow, and focus on automation. Vagrant lowers development environment setup time, increases development/production parity, and makes the qworks on my machineq excuse a relic of the past. DevOps is mainstream best practice nowadays, and Vagrant sits firmly in the DevOps toolkit. This book will take you from basic usage and getting started, to provisioning with Shell, Puppet, and Chef. You will see how to use Vagrant in real-life scenarios, so that you can start to use Vagrant day-to-day in your work. Author Wodimierz Gajda is a Vagrant expert and now brings his experience to you in Pro Vagrant. This is an indispensable book for anyone using Vagrant - add it to your library today. What youall learn Get started with Vagrant, basic usage Provisioning with Shell, Puppet, and Chef How to use Vagrant in real-life scenarios Who this book is for This book is for anyone wishing to implement Vagrant as a DevOps tool, to master the creation and configuration of virtual development environments with an easy-to-use workflow, and focus on automation. Table of Contents Getting Started with Vagrant Four Web Frameworks in Four Minutes The States of VM Default Configuration and Security Settings of the Guest VM Your First Box Provisioning Creating Boxes from Scratch Configuring virtual machines One true workflow Going ProIn git terminology, this process is called staging changes. The $ git add -A command stages three new files: the Vagrantfile, script.sh, and .gitignore. The . vagrant directory is excluded, so it will not be staged. The second command creates theanbsp;...
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