Vagrant is an open-source tool developed by HashiCorp that simplifies the creation and management of lightweight, reproducible, and portable development environments. It allows developers to create and configure virtualized development environments easily, such as virtual machines or containers, using simple and consistent configuration files.

With Vagrant, developers define the desired configuration of a development environment in a Vagrantfile, specifying details like operating system, software packages, networking, and shared folders. Vagrant abstracts the underlying virtualization technology (like VirtualBox, VMware, or Docker) and automates the process of provisioning and managing the development environment, ensuring consistency across different developer machines.

Developers can quickly create, share, and replicate development environments using Vagrant, facilitating a consistent and isolated environment for software development, testing, and collaboration among team members.

AWS AMI, or Amazon Machine Image, is a pre-configured virtual machine image used to create and launch Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2) instances
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