How to use this box with Vagrant:

Vagrant.configure("2") do |config|
  config.vm.box = "ralloway/centos-8"
end
vagrant init ralloway/centos-8
vagrant up

This version was created 12 months ago.

DO NOT USE - FOR OPENLOGIC TESTING ONLY

Image Comparison

  • AWS
    • Support: OpenLogic support included
    • Fees: AWS infrastructure fees + OpenLogic image fees
  • Azure
    • Support: OpenLogic support not included
    • Fees: Azure infrastructure fees only
  • Google
    • Support: OpenLogic support included
    • Fees: Google infrastructure fees + OpenLogic image fees
  • VirtualBox
    • Support: OpenLogic support not included
    • Fees: None (unless you have internal fees for running VirtualBox VMs)

For more information, including per-provider configuration info, support instructions, etc, please read our deployment guide

4 providers for this version.
  • virtualbox Hosted by Vagrant Cloud (410 MB)

  • aws Hosted by Vagrant Cloud (1.12 KB)

  • azure Hosted by Vagrant Cloud (983 Bytes)

  • google Hosted by Vagrant Cloud (1 KB)

This version was created 12 months ago.

DO NOT USE - FOR OPENLOGIC TESTING ONLY

Image Versions

All boxes use the latest OpenLogic cloud image for the CentOS version as of the date encoded in the release version.

i.e. 8.2.20201021 will launch the latest OpenLogic CentOS 8.2 images on each cloud provider as of Oct 21, 2020.

Image Variations

For this release, the AWS, Google and VirtualBox images are identical, but the Azure image is slightly different. This is because the AWS, Google and VirtualBox images are entirely OpenLogic images whereas the Azure images are built and maintained by OpenLogic for Microsoft specifically for Azure.

The AWS and Google images include 9x5 support (email-only) from our team of Tier 4 architects and engineers. Upon login, support details are presented on the terminal. The Azure and VirtualBox images are not supported in this manner, but support contracts are available directly from OpenLogic.

Image Comparison

  • AWS
    • Support: OpenLogic support included
    • Fees: AWS infrastructure fees + OpenLogic image fees
  • Azure
    • Support: OpenLogic support not included
    • Fees: Azure infrastructure fees only
  • Google
    • Support: OpenLogic support included
    • Fees: Google infrastructure fees + OpenLogic image fees
  • VirtualBox
    • Support: OpenLogic support not included
    • Fees: None (unless you have internal fees for running VirtualBox VMs)

Configuration

AWS

The AWS Vagrantfile takes advantage of the vagrant-aws plugin and requires at least this minimum configuration:

  config.vm.provider :aws do |aws, override|
    aws.access_key_id = "YOUR KEY"
    aws.secret_access_key = "YOUR SECRET KEY"
    aws.session_token = "SESSION TOKEN"
    aws.keypair_name = "KEYPAIR NAME"

    aws.keypair_name = "KEYPAIR NAME"
    override.ssh.private_key_path = "/path/to/your/private_key"
  end

Azure

The Azure Vagrantfile takes advantage of the vagrant-azure plugin and requires at least this minimum configuration:

  config.ssh.private_key_path = "/path/to/your/private_key"
  config.vm.provider :azure do |azure|

    azure.tenant_id = "AZURE_TENANT_ID"
    azure.client_id = "AZURE_CLIENT_ID"
    azure.client_secret = "AZURE_CLIENT_SECRET"
    azure.subscription_id = "AZURE_SUBSCRIPTION_ID"

    azure.vm_password = "PASSWORD"
  end

Google

The Google Vagrantfile takes advantage of the vagrant-google plugin and requires at least this minimum configuration:

  config.vm.provider :google do |google, override|
    google.google_project_id = "YOUR_GOOGLE_CLOUD_PROJECT_ID"
    google.google_json_key_location = "/path/to/your/google-key.json"

    override.ssh.username = "USERNAME"
    override.ssh.private_key_path = "/path/to/your/private_key"
  end

VirtualBox

The VirtualBox Vagrantfile requires no additional plugins or configuration.

4 providers for this version.
  • google Hosted by Vagrant Cloud (1 KB)

  • azure Hosted by Vagrant Cloud (974 Bytes)

  • aws Hosted by Vagrant Cloud (1.1 KB)

  • virtualbox Hosted by Vagrant Cloud (410 MB)

This version was created about 1 year ago.

DO NOT USE - FOR OPENLOGIC TESTING ONLY

Image Versions

All boxes use the latest OpenLogic cloud image for the CentOS version as of the date encoded in the release version.

i.e. 8.2.20201019 will launch the latest OpenLogic CentOS 8.2 images on each cloud provider as of Oct 19, 2020.

Image Variations

For this release, the AWS, Google and VirtualBox images are identical, but the Azure image is slightly different. This is because the AWS, Google and VirtualBox images are entirely OpenLogic images whereas the Azure images are built and maintained by OpenLogic for Microsoft specifically for Azure.

The AWS and Google images include 9x5 support (email-only) from our team of Tier 4 architects and engineers. Upon login, support details are presented on the terminal. The Azure and VirtualBox images are not supported in this manner, but support contracts are available directly from OpenLogic.

Image Comparison

  • AWS
    • Support: OpenLogic support included
    • Fees: AWS infrastructure fees + OpenLogic image fees
  • Azure
    • Support: OpenLogic support not included
    • Fees: Azure infrastructure fees only
  • Google
    • Support: OpenLogic support included
    • Fees: Google infrastructure fees + OpenLogic image fees
  • VirtualBox
    • Support: OpenLogic support not included
    • Fees: None (unless you have internal fees for running VirtualBox VMs)

Configuration

AWS

The AWS Vagrantfile takes advantage of the vagrant-aws plugin and requires at least this minimum configuration:

  config.vm.provider :aws do |aws, override|
    aws.access_key_id = "YOUR KEY"
    aws.secret_access_key = "YOUR SECRET KEY"
    aws.session_token = "SESSION TOKEN"
    aws.keypair_name = "KEYPAIR NAME"

    aws.keypair_name = "KEYPAIR NAME"
    override.ssh.private_key_path = "/path/to/your/private_key"
  end

Azure

The Azure Vagrantfile takes advantage of the vagrant-azure plugin and requires at least this minimum configuration:

  config.ssh.private_key_path = "/path/to/your/private_key"
  config.vm.provider :azure do |azure|

    azure.tenant_id = "AZURE_TENANT_ID"
    azure.client_id = "AZURE_CLIENT_ID"
    azure.client_secret = "AZURE_CLIENT_SECRET"
    azure.subscription_id = "AZURE_SUBSCRIPTION_ID"

    azure.vm_password = "PASSWORD"
  end

Google

The Google Vagrantfile takes advantage of the vagrant-google plugin and requires at least this minimum configuration:

  config.vm.provider :google do |google, override|
    google.google_project_id = "YOUR_GOOGLE_CLOUD_PROJECT_ID"
    google.google_json_key_location = "/path/to/your/google-key.json"

    override.ssh.username = "USERNAME"
    override.ssh.private_key_path = "/path/to/your/private_key"
  end

VirtualBox

The VirtualBox Vagrantfile requires no additional plugins and requires at least this minimum configuration:

config.ssh.username = "centos"
4 providers for this version.
  • google Hosted by Vagrant Cloud (1 KB)

  • azure Hosted by Vagrant Cloud (974 Bytes)

  • aws Hosted by Vagrant Cloud (1.1 KB)

  • virtualbox Hosted by Vagrant Cloud (555 MB)

This version was created about 1 year ago.

DO NOT USE - FOR OPENLOGIC TESTING ONLY

Image Versions

All boxes use the latest OpenLogic cloud image for the CentOS version as of the date encoded in the release version.

i.e. 8.2.20201016 will launch the latest OpenLogic CentOS 8.2 images on each cloud provider as of Oct 16, 2020.

Image Variations

For this release, the AWS, Google and VirtualBox images are identical, but the Azure image is slightly different. This is because the AWS, Google and VirtualBox images are entirely OpenLogic images whereas the Azure images are built and maintained by OpenLogic in for Microsoft specifically for Azure.

The AWS and Google images include 9x5 support (email-only) from our team of Tier 4 architects and engineers. Upon login, support details are presented on the terminal. The Azure and VirtualBox images are not supported in this manner, but support contracts are available directly from OpenLogic.

Image Comparison

  • AWS
    • Support: OpenLogic support included
    • Fees: AWS infrastructure fees + OpenLogic image fees
  • Azure
    • Support: OpenLogic support not included
    • Fees: Azure infrastructure fees only
  • Google
    • Support: OpenLogic support included
    • Fees: Google infrastructure fees + OpenLogic image fees
  • VirtualBox
    • Support: OpenLogic support not included
    • Fees: None (unless you have internal fees for running VirtualBox VMs)

Configuration

AWS

The AWS Vagrantfile takes advantage of the vagrant-aws plugin and requires at least this minimum configuration:

  config.vm.provider :aws do |aws, override|
    aws.access_key_id = "YOUR KEY"
    aws.secret_access_key = "YOUR SECRET KEY"
    aws.session_token = "SESSION TOKEN"
    aws.keypair_name = "KEYPAIR NAME"

    aws.keypair_name = "KEYPAIR NAME"
    override.ssh.private_key_path = "/path/to/your/private_key"
  end

Azure

The Azure Vagrantfile takes advantage of the vagrant-azure plugin and requires at least this minimum configuration:

  config.ssh.private_key_path = "/path/to/your/private_key"
  config.vm.provider :azure do |azure|

    azure.tenant_id = "AZURE_TENANT_ID"
    azure.client_id = "AZURE_CLIENT_ID"
    azure.client_secret = "AZURE_CLIENT_SECRET"
    azure.subscription_id = "AZURE_SUBSCRIPTION_ID"

    azure.vm_password = "PASSWORD"
  end

Google

The Google Vagrantfile takes advantage of the vagrant-google plugin and requires at least this minimum configuration:

  config.vm.provider :google do |google, override|
    google.google_project_id = "YOUR_GOOGLE_CLOUD_PROJECT_ID"
    google.google_json_key_location = "/path/to/your/google-key.json"

    override.ssh.username = "USERNAME"
    override.ssh.private_key_path = "/path/to/your/private_key"
  end

VirtualBox

The VirtualBox Vagrantfile requires no additional plugins and requires at least this minimum configuration:

config.ssh.username = "centos"
4 providers for this version.
  • azure Hosted by Vagrant Cloud (700 Bytes)

  • aws Hosted by Vagrant Cloud (861 Bytes)

  • google Hosted by Vagrant Cloud (757 Bytes)

  • virtualbox Hosted by Vagrant Cloud (555 MB)