Vagrant's Quick Start

November 27, 2014

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I have some months of experience working with Vagrant and I think it’s owesome! Integration with almost all kind of virtualization platforms: VirtalBox, VMware, Docker, AWS EC2, Hyper-V and so on. Also it’s able to use differente Provisioners: Chef, Puppet, bash, Docker, Ansible. I really like it.

So, when I start working with Vagrant I choose VirtualBox as my virtualization platform and Chef as my provisioner, and when trying different configurations I start finding some tips to share:

  1. First step: Should I create my base box? or should I use a base box already created?
  2. Can I increase my disk space? how?
  3. Can I increase my swap memory? how?

So I decide to create a post to start creating Vagrant boxes and resolve this issues. Let’s start…

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Jorge is part of the middleware team at Sysco and an Oracle ACE Associate . He has developed business solutions based on Oracle Fusion Middleware technologies since 2010. Also he is certified as SOA Architect and Implementation Specialist at BPM, SOA and WebLogic products.

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