Vagrant 1.1 was recently released, adding support for virtualization providers other than VirtualBox. Among the providers now available is one for AWS. In switching my Vagrant workflow from VirtualBox to AWS, I ran into a problem; and in solving it, I discovered a better way to integrate Vagrant with Capistrano.
1. Vagrant Setup
Vagrant 1.1 was released recently. This release adds support for provider plugins, including a new, freely available provider for AWS. Rather than using VirtualBox on your local machine as the virtualization provider, you can now provision Vagrant-managed VMs in the cloud. This makes it much easier to try out things that require more resources like multi-VM environments and VMs requiring lots of RAM.