Vagrant Free Download (v1.466)
Vagrant provides the same and simple workflow regardless of your role as a developer, operator or designer. It uses a declarative configuration file that describes all your software requirements, packages, operating system configuration, users, and more.
The cost of correcting an error increases exponentially as we get closer to production. Vagrant for PC aims to mirror production environments by providing the same operating system, packages, users, and configurations, giving users the flexibility to use their favorite editor, IDE, and browser.
It also integrates with your existing configuration management tools such as Ansible,
Chef, Docker, Puppet or Salt, so you can use
the same scripts to configure the 64-bit version of Vagrant as a working one.
The program works on Mac, Linux, Windows PC
and other devices. Remote development environments force users to abandon their favorite editors and programs. It works on your local system using tools that you are already familiar with. Easily create code in your favorite text editor, edit images in your favorite processing program, and debug with your favorite tools from the comfort of your local laptop.
Thousands of developers, operators, and designers trust Vagrant every day. Here are just some of the organizations that choose an application to automate their development environments in easy and reproducible ways.
Simple and Powerful
HashiCorp Vagrant provides the same, easy workflow regardless of your role as a developer, operator, or designer. It leverages a declarative configuration file that describes all your software requirements, packages, operating system configuration, users, and more.
The cost of fixing a bug exponentially increases the closer it gets to production. Vagrant aims to mirror production environments by providing the same operating system, packages, users, and configurations, all while giving users the flexibility to use their favorite editor, IDE, and browser. also integrates with your existing configuration management tooling like Ansible, Chef, Docker, Puppet or Salt, so you can use the same scripts to configure as production.
Works where you work
Vagrant works on Mac, Linux, Windows, and more. Remote development environments force users to give up their favorite editors and programs. works on your local system with the tools you’re already familiar with. Easily code in your favorite text editor, edit images in your favorite manipulation program, and debug using your favorite tools, all from the comfort of your local laptop.
Vagrant was first started as a personal side-project by Mitchell Hashimoto in January 2010. The first version of Vagrant was released in March 2010. In October 2010, Engine Yard declared that they were going to sponsor the Vagrant project. The first stable version, 1.0, was released in March 2012, exactly two years after the original version was released. In November 2012, Mitchell formed an organization called HashiCorp to support the full-time development of Vagrant; Vagrant remained permissively licensed free software. HashiCorp now works on creating commercial editions and provides professional support and training for .
What’s new in this version:
– core: Introduce vagrant-go
– core: Set rsa-sha2 in kex algorithm set to enable in key exchange
– core/bundler: Improve Gem spec selection when resolving
– push/heroku: Display output from push
– host/darwin: Fix NameError for version capability
– push/ftp: Fix VAGRANT_CWD handling
– guests/Redhat: Fix NFS shares on Rocky 9 guests
Windows XP / Vista / Windows 7 / Windows 8 / Windows 10