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Wednesday, August 3 • 13:30 - 14:20
Don't Destroy Your Machine with Development

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Vagrant is a tool which streamlines virtual machine creation and provisioning on Linux, Windows and OS X. Using Vagrant, developers can quickly set up and share environments. Vagrant libvirt support and RPM packaging have made it easier than ever to get Vagrant up and running on your Fedora system. Additionally, the Fedora Cloud working group is now producing Vagrant boxes for Fedora releases. This makes it very simple to get a Fedora environment running on any host/platform that supports Vagrant. Combine these things together and developing Fedora just got easier (and less dangerous) on your Fedora laptop. This talk will introduce Vagrant and how it helps with development and testing. Demos will include showing vagrant on both Fedora and OS X laptops. At the end there will be a workshop to help everyone get started on their laptop today. Outline of Talk: - general point of vagrant - show how sharing boxes/vagrantfiles can help reproducibility - sharing folders - show editing code and then building inside of vagrant box - testing OS level changes using vagrant - show mac running fedora linux vagrant box - how to get it installed and working in Fedora - questions - workshop -- helping people get it installed on their systems


Wednesday August 3, 2016 13:30 - 14:20 CEST