The Spock Guide To Think Out of The Vagrant Box*
This session will discuss how a developer, administrator(operator) or both, can take advantage from Vagrant and how it helps in modern days multienvironments server provisioning.
A wrapper around VirtualBox and configuration management beauties such as Puppet and Chef, Vagrant is a great piece of open source software to create and configure your ideal development environments, virtually. This talk will try to discuss how a developer, administrator(operator) or both, can take advantage from Vagrant and how it helps in modern days multienvironments server provisioning and of course, to demolish the standard “works on my machine” pretext.
Regular speaker at Malaysian Open Source Conference and PHP Malaysia Meetup. Spoke at PHP North West, UK in 2010 and OWASP Asia Pacific, Sydney 2012. This title is not yet presented elsewhere.
Errazudin holds a Master’s degree in Computer Science (Sofware Engineering) and works as Solutions Architect at Bell Digital Media. His job focuses on web application architecture, deployment, security, performance and stability. He has spoken at several meetups and conferences and has worked with various back-end and web technologies. In his free time he loves to emulate Rafael Nadal’s swerving forehand on court.