I reach out looking for opinions on options we might have overlooked.
We've been using vagrant to power up virtual machines in our local
developers CI-environment consisting of 3 machines. So far so good, things
work fine but with one major caveat, performance (time it is taking).
Our build and startup procedure consist of the following steps:
- Building our source and packaging it
- Build a template machine with that package in
- vagrant package that template
- unpack the package yet again and build the first node
- start node 2-3 as linked clones
The main problem here is the packaging and the instant repackaging is
tedious and not really helping with anything. Is there a simple way to use
the built template as the base image without boxing it first? I know i
could use virtualbox's direct abstraction right away, but i generally like
Vagrants abstraction more as we used it for everything else.
So thoughts ideas?
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