I love the Netlify and currently host our small city’s GIS interactive maps on the platform - https://gis.coz.org. We will be expanding this site and I am trying to determine if the expansion of the underlying GIS data can happen using Netlify. The expansion would include hosting many more small files that power the maps, as well as ancillary data such as PDFs that are associated with various map layers, i.e. engineering plans, images, etc. So, to sum -
Is there a soft or hard limit on the number of files I can host, free or paid service? I am currently at 1GB and 10K files.
Does the hosting of hundreds of PDFs still fall inside the acceptable terms?
There may also be a handful of “large” json files (between 10 and 100 MB), which would be the city’s open data in geojson format, made available to the public to download - though this will likely be very rare.
Bottom line is I do not want to dump tens of thousands of more files on the service if it will get my entire site shut down, especially since these are production maps that city crews depend on daily. The total size would easily be under 100GB, though that was in the old terms.
If need be I can host the map data elsewhere but the file diffing is great for my use case and want to keep this workflow if possible.
Any assistance would be helpful.