Hands-On DevOps with Vagrant

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  • Explore what development features Vagrant offers
  • Install Vagrant and VirtualBox on Windows, macOS and Linux
  • Harness the power of Vagrant to create powerful development environments
  • Utilize DevOps tools such as Docker, Chef, and Puppet
  • Understand everything about Vagrant, including networking, plugins, and provisioning
  • Use the Vagrant Cloud to install and manage Vagrant boxes

Hands-On DevOps with Vagrant teaches you how to use Vagrant as a powerful DevOps tool and gives an overview of how it fits into the DevOps landscape. You will learn how to install VirtualBox and Vagrant in Windows, macOS, and Linux. You will then move on to understanding Vagrant commands, discovering its boxes and Vagrant Cloud.

After getting to grips with the basics, the next set of chapters helps you to understand how to configure Vagrant, along with networking. You will explore multimachine, followed by studying how to create multiple environments and the communication between them. In addition to this, you will cover concepts such as Vagrant plugins and file syncing.

The last set of chapters provides insights into provisioning shell scripts, also guiding you in how to use Vagrant with configuration management tools such as Chef, Ansible, Docker, Puppet, and Salt.

By the end of this book, you will have grasped Vagrant’s features and how to use them for your benefit with the help of tips and tricks.

  • Implement DevOps with Vagrant effectively
  • Integrate Vagrant with different tools such as Puppet, Chef, and Docker
  • Manage infrastructure with a practical approach
Page Count 232
Course Length 6 hours 57 minutes
ISBN 9781789138054
Date Of Publication 16 Oct 2018


Alex Braunton

Alex Braunton is a web developer focusing on the LAMP stack by day and a technical tinkerer by night. He is passionate about all technological things and enjoys trying to build robots and home automation systems with his Raspberry Pi collection. Currently, he is focusing on sharpening his DevOps knowledge and experimenting with a range of technologies, such as serverless, virtual reality, and GraphQL. He also has a growing bonsai collection and constantly bores his wife and family about the art and history of bonsai.