MP4 | h264, 1280x720 | Lang: English | Audio: aac, 44100 Hz | 1h 42m | 862 MB
This is an introductory course on Vagrant designed to show how to setup local development environments using Vagrant and related tools.
What you'll learn
Create automatic, reliable, repeatable, easy to use, and versioned development environments
Write provisioning scripts to automatically setup Vagrant managed environments
How to setup Oracle Database using Vagrant
GIT and GitHub and Vagrant Cloud
An interest in learning about visualizing development systems
Basic computer skills, intermediate experience recommended
Ability to install software (admin rights)
Windows 10 or MAC or LINUX 64-bit operating system recommended
Recommended: Virtualization chipset support (VT-x, etc)
Recommended: Experience using the command line or shell teal
Recommended: Exposure to desktop virtualization (VirtualBox, VMWare Player/Workstation, Parallels, etc)
Vagrant is a command-line program that's used in combination with a configuration file to define, configure, and run virtual machines. Vagrant is compatible with most of the major hypervisors , including VirtualBox, Hyper-V and VMware.
In this course you get started with vagrant powerful easy to use tool by helping you build your understanding of Vagrant components and provides to support Vagrant. It also covered primary use cases for Vagrant, and explains how it can simplify the usage and deployment of virtual machines. He discusses how to work with boxes including how to create boxes of your own and discusses Vagrant Cloud online box repository and course also cover how to work with oracle database using Vagrant and learn basic administration oracle with vagrant. The following topics are covered.
What is Vagrant?
Running your first box VM
Connecting to box
Working with Vagrant Cloud
Configuring boxes with Vagrant files
Creating a developer environment
Uploading a box to Vagrant Cloud
How to install Oracle 18C,12C,11G database using Vagrant
How to do Basic administration of oracle vagrant
Who this course is for:
Software Eeers, developers, and programmers DevOps
Development Support Freelancers IT Managers