How To Launch Multiple VM’s With Single Vagrantfile

Often times you might want to launch more than one VM of a related application with different configurations. In this case, you don’t have to create multiple vagrant configurations. You can use a single Vagrantfile with multiple configurations as shown below. The best part is you can start VM’s individually rather than starting all VM’s at once.

An example configuration which launches three VM’s is shown below.

To start the VM’s, open the terminal and browse to the location which contains the Vagrantfile. execute the following command to bring up the VM’s.

To ssh, you can use the individual VM names mentioned in the configuration.

For example,



This script simulates a dog moving to its kennel. It consists of all conditional statements except switch. Initially we…

Read more

When you start learning powershell you wont be knowing all the commands. So the help system will let you discover…

Read more
Add Sudo User and Permissions in Linux

Sudo user in Linux will have permissions similar to a root user. With full sudo privileges, a user will be able to…

Read more

The Best Tutorials & Tips to Speedup Your DevOps Workflow.

Created by Bibin Wilson.