Partnering on open source: Vagrant and GCP


GCP Blog kicking off HashiCorp mini-series: https://goo.gl/bSwzjT
**See more resource links below**

HashiCorp’s main site: https://www.hashicorp.com/
Kelsey Hightower at HashiConf 216: https://goo.gl/fyLAs0
Vagrant and Google: https://github.com/mitchellh/vagrant-google
Packer and Google Cloud: https://goo.gl/sdHFd5
Terraform and Google Cloud: https://goo.gl/ReXoXo

Source code for demos: https://github.com/erjohnso/hyperspace

This is the second video with HashiCorp in the latest “Partnering on Open Source” series. In this new video, you’re going to hear about an imaginary game studio working on a retro 1980’s style video game updated for the web. You’ll see how developers can use Vagrant to easily spin up a Google Compute Engine virtual machine for shared development. Vagrant, by HashiCorp, is a popular open source tool for describing and provisioning development environments and works great with Google Compute Engine.

Watch more from GCP Partnering with Open Source here: https://goo.gl/5M6Oym
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Duration: 5:15
Publisher: Google Cloud
You can watch this video also at the source.


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