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Creating Development Environments with Vagrant by Michael Peacock

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Summary

In this chapter, we set up a Vagrant project which uses multiple virtual machines. During the course of this we learned:

  • How to create multiple virtual machines within a single project
  • How to assign names to the individual machines
  • How to connect to the individual machines over SSH by using both the operating systems built in the SSH command and the vagrant ssh command
  • How to configure the individual virtual machines within the project, providing IP addresses, base boxes, and provisioning options to them

Now we have learned the vast majority of Vagrants functionality and how to use it within different project scenarios. In the next chapter, we will look at how to build our own custom base box to use with our projects, configuring a blank operating ...

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