You’ve all created local virtual machines before; but what if you could intermix your VM with git? Wow! We take a look at using vagrant with version control and how you can easily create local VMs based on a file that is stored in your version control system.
Attendees will need to have vagrant installed on their machines as well as virtual box (All freeware apps).
Core concepts of vagrant and how to utilize it with VMware fusion, virtualbox, and version control systems.
Intermediate Lab – 75 Minutes
Scott Gallagher, Penn State University
Scott is a Linux systems administrator in the Classroom and Lab Computing group at Penn State. Scott manages the servers that offer many services to the Penn State community. Foremost the Sites at Penn State project; which is a multi-group collaboration effort to offer a central blogging service to the community. The service allows faculty, staff, and students the ability to use the service for many aspects of their work, teachings, and classwork. Scott loves to present on any material related to IT and help assist to expand new and continuing technology services to the PSU community.