The "Developer Tools" package is needed for tools like
git used throughout our projects.
Homebrew is arguably the most popular package manager for OSX. Unlike most *NIX operating systems, Darwin does not ship with a package management system. This gap is filled by Homebrew. While other package management systems exist for OSX (e.g. MacPorts), all of our instructions will assume
brew is installed.
To install Homebrew, simply run the following command:
/usr/bin/ruby -e "$(curl -fsSL https://raw.githubusercontent.com/Homebrew/install/master/install)"
Docker for Mac is a Docker Community Edition (CE) version which is completely FREE. It includes everything you need to run Docker on a Mac and installed using the standard DMG/installer process.
After installing, you'll now see a new docker icon in your task bar.
IMPORTANT: Docker for Mac requires OS X El Capitan 10.11 or newer macOS release running on a 2010 or newer Mac, with Intel’s hardware support for MMU virtualization.
Now set up your AWS credentials so you can interact with AWS on the command line.
Follow the instructions for configuring AWS Vault.