Before I forget I had an issue with port forwarding a webapp from the base centos vm to my host through vagrant - the webapp was unresponsive and requests would eventually timeout. In the past the issue has always been starting the webapp listening on a non-“0.0.0.0” adapter but the webapp’s config is quite explicit that it is set to listen on the right one. A quick nestat test proved this:
Today is the first day of a new project that involves capturing, persisting and reporting on a lot of data. It needs to have very HA and be really quick so the weapons of choice are MongoDB and Node.js - basically the MEAN stack.