Vagrant Training

Vagrant Training assists you to create and configure lightweight, reproducible, and portable development environments. It lets you ways to use Vagrant Boxes instantly. It shows how to manage Vagrant machines in one place.

 

Vagrant Training Curriculum

An Introduction to Vagrant

Why Vagrant?
The Tao of Vagrant
Alternatives to Vagrant

Plain Desktop Virtualization
Containers
Cloud

Vagrant Versions

Setting Up Vagrant

Installing VirtualBox
Installing Vagrant

Mac OS X
Windows
Linux

Common Mistakes

Improper PATH Configuration
Conflicting RubyGems Installation

Using Vagrant Without VirtualBox

Your First Vagrant Machine

Up and Running
The Vagrantfile

V1 versus V2 Configuration

Boxes
Up
Working with the Vagrant Machine

State of the Vagrant Machine
SSH
Shared Filesystem
Basic Networking
Teardown

Suspend
Halt
Destroy

Provisioning Your Vagrant VM

Why Automated Provisioning?
Supported Provisioners
Manually Setting Up Apache
Automated Provisioner Basics

Shell Scripts
Chef
Puppet

Multiple Provisioners
“No Provision” Mode
In-Depth Provisioner Usage

Shell Scripts

Inline scripts
Run-once scripts

Chef Server
Puppet

Modules
Hiera Data
Custom Facts
Using a Puppet Master

Networking in Vagrant

Forwarded Ports

Pros and Cons
Basic Usage
Collision Detection and Correction
TCP versus UDP

Host-Only Networking

Pros and Cons
Basic Usage
Guest Operating System Dependency

Bridged Networking

Pros and Cons
Basic Usage

Composing Networking Options
NAT Requirement as the First Network Interface

Modeling Multimachine Clusters

Running Multiple Virtual Machines
Controlling Multiple Machines
Communication Between Machines

Host-Only Networks
Bridged Networks

Real Example: MySQL

Boxes

Why Boxes?
Box Format
Basic Box Management with Vagrant
Creating New Boxes from an Existing Environment
Creating New Boxes from Scratch

Creating the VirtualBox Machine
Configuring the Operating System
Installing VirtualBox Guest Additions
Additional Software
Minimizing the Final Box Size
Packaging It Up
Setting Vagrantfile Defaults

Extending Vagrant with Plug-Ins

Extensible Features
Managing Vagrant Plug-Ins
Plug-In Development Basics

Plug-In Definition
Plug-In Components
Error Handling
Vagrant Internals

A Basic Plug-In Development Environment
Developing a Custom Command

Component
Implementation
Working with the Virtual Machine
Working with Multimachine Environments
Parsing Command-Line Options

Adding New Configuration Options

Component
Implementation
Accessing the Configuration
Configuration Merging
Validation

Adding a Custom Provisioner

Component
Implementation
Provisioner Configuration
Configuring the Machine

Modifying Existing Vagrant Behavior

Component
Implementation
Useful Keys in the Action Environment

Other Plug-In Components
Packaging the Plug-In

Vagrant Environmental Variables

VAGRANT_CWD
VAGRANT_HOME
VAGRANT_LOG
VAGRANT_NO_PLUGINS
VAGRANT_VAGRANTFILE

Vagrant Configuration Reference

Troubleshooting and Debugging

IRC
Mailing List/Google Group
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