Vagrant simplifies the creation and maintenance of software development environments. It is an interface between virtualization software like Virtualbox, Hyper-V, or VMware and even Docker and system configuration tools like Chef, Puppet, Saltstack, Ansible and Nikita.
It allows the automated creation of virtual machines and their associated resources on the basis of a configuration file created previously.
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