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Video TutorialsVagrant - A hands-on course

Vagrant - A hands-on course
Last updated 1/2023
Created by Mohit Kumar
MP4 | Video: h264, 1280x720 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz, 2 Ch
Genre: eLearning | Language: English + srt | Duration: 38 Lectures ( 2h 1m ) | Size: 807 MB

Use Vagrant to spin Virtual Machines, write Vagrantfiles and understand usage of Vagrant boxes and plugins
What you'll learn
Understand the usage of Vagrant
Install Vagrant on Linux, Windows or MAC
Spin up single or multiple virtual machines with Vagrant with multiple hypervisors
Use Vagrant boxes and plugins
Push Vagrant boxes
Write Vagrantfiles
Share Vagrantfiles on Git
No programming experience required
Begineer level understanding of computing required
Welcome to this hands-on course on Vagrant!!Suited for :DevOps EngineersComputing ProfessionalsComputer science studentsTechnocratsA complete hands-on course on VagrantFollow along – Set up your system and finish the exercisesAfter this course you would understandConcepts related to VirtualizationWhat is VagrantWhat are various components of VagrantVagrant workflowImpact of VagrantConcepts related to VM managementYou would be able toSpin up a VM with VirtualBoxDownload and Install VirtualBox and VagrantWrite Vagrantfile for single and multiple VMsManage VMs using VagrantWhat is Vagrant?Vagrant solves the problem of inconsistent development environments. When different team members are working on a project, they may be using different operating systems, software versions, and configurations. This can lead to compatibility issues and make it difficult to reproduce bugs and test new features. Vagrant addresses this issue by providing a way to create and manage virtual development environments that are identical for all team members. This eliminates compatibility issues and makes it easy to reproduce bugs and test new features. Vagrant also simplifies the process of setting up new development environments, which can be time-consuming and error-prone when done manually. By using Vagrant, developers can quickly spin up a new development environment with the necessary software and dependencies already configured, streamlining the development process.
Who this course is for
Systems Engineers and professional who want to learn more about DevOps tools
Systems Engineer working in Virtualized environments

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