Networking, Synced Folders, & Clusters

Vagrant 1.7.2    |    Beginner
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Vagrant is closely coupled with the DevOps methodology and is mostly used by developers and system administrators to automate virtualization. Explore networking, synced folders, and clusters in Vagrant.

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN

  • describe basic networking usage in a Vagrant installation
    describe how Vagrant allow you to access a port on your host machine and have all data forwarded
    identify the process in which Vagrant allows access to your guest machine by an address that is not publicly accessible from the internet
    describe how Vagrant allows public access to your machine
    describe how host only networking is private to the virtual machines involved and the host machine
    describe how a bridged network makes the machine appear as another physical device
    describe how Vagrant allows you to sync a folder on the host machine to the guest machine
    identify performance penalties and how NFS can speed up Vagrant operations
  • describe how Vagrant can use rsync to synchronize a folder to the guest machine
    describe how Vagrant can use SMB to create a bi-directional synced folder between the Vagrant machine and the host machine
    distinguish between the types of shared folders and Virtual Box shared folders
    describe how Vagrant uses Vagrantfile to define and control multiple guest machines
    identify environments which contain multiple virtual machines and how Vagrant controls them
    describe how the Vagrant Push feature allows you to deploy any application
    recognize the different machine types and how to designate a primary machine
    describe how machines are started and how to configure Vagrant to not start specific machines

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