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Learning Vagrant

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Stephen Smith
Stephen Smith has spent nearly a decade helping students to understand, use and excel with modern cloud computing technologies, including Linux, OpenStack, Microsoft Azure, Docker, Vagrant and more. A member of the OpenStack Foundation, he's created hundreds of hours of hands-on, student-focused training courses, laboratories, and guides, and is a regular speaker, sponsor, and attendee of major tech conferences. As Chief Content Officer for Linux Academy and Cloud Assessments, he now mentors the ever-growing content production staff, ensuring that every lesson, exercise, and asset produced uses the best possible methodologies and pedagogy for student success.


Vagrant allows you to create portable work environments which can be easily reproduced on any system. It's useful for developers and system administrators who want to mimic a server's configuration on their local machine. It's useful for teams who want to quickly get designers and project managers up and running with a local installation. In this introductory course in to vagrant we learn the basic concepts of what vagrant is, how to install it, and how to get started with our own Vagrantfile configs to get up and running.

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