Note: Vagrant Cloud is no longer an independent product. It's features are now part of Atlas.
5 weeks after the initial beta release of Vagrant Cloud, we're excited to announce some recent improvements, usage statistics and the public availability of an API.
We've also begun a beta for our on-premise standalone version of Vagrant Cloud we call Private Cloud. Read on for more.
Usage so far
Some high level statistics we track:
We've seen 272,723 downloads of public Vagrant boxes via Vagrant 1.5
Vagrant Share proxies an average of 35k HTTP requests daily
We expect to pass the 10,000 user mark before the end of the month
We've shipped a number of features to improve Vagrant Cloud:
Box favoriting. You can now track boxes by favoriting them. Favorited boxes show up on your profile and in your dashboard.
Authentication token management. You can now revoke and create authentication tokens for use with the API. This includes tokens created via
Expanded user profiles. Profiles now include a text field for user descriptions, as well as using your email address for an avatar url via Gravatar.
Session re-authentication. Any action related to your account settings requires a "fresh" session. Because of this, we were able to extend "remember me" session length. Note: We recently expired all sessions due to the Heartbleed vulnerability.
Box and share statistics. Boxes now display total number of downloads, and shares display the bandwidth proxied per share.
v1 of the Vagrant Cloud API has been released. The API can be used to
automate release management of your boxes as well as perform CRUD
operations on your boxes, versions and providers.