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|Original author(s)||Mitchell Hashimoto|
|Developer(s)||HashiCorp (Mitchell Hashimoto and John Bender)|
|Initial release||March 8, 2010|
|Stable release||1.6.5 (September 4, 2014[±])|
|Operating system||Linux, FreeBSD, OS X, and Microsoft Windows|
Vagrant is computer software that creates and configures virtual development environments. It can be seen as a higher-level wrapper around virtualization software such as VirtualBox, VMware, KVM and Linux Containers (LXC), and around configuration management software such as Ansible, Chef, Salt, and Puppet.
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