@praveen Thank you for your advice, Praveen. I don’t expect 2000 users would access to the app at exactly same time and do transaction on app, such as edit, add new rows at the time time as well.
I dont expect high frequency of editing data table at the same time, however, my concern is more, read-only stuffs. For instance, the app user launch the app (not expecting edit anything at this point of time, as majority of table on this app is read only.) Say, hundreds of users are launching app on the same day, and leave the browser open. On app, there would be thousands of images files are saved on drive, and image data would be cached to each users devices. again, majority of users are just reading images on app on this instance.
Do we expect some odd behaviour due to given limit by the google?
My plan is to migrate the text data to sql (no limit to the cell number), but the appsheet would save all the image file to google drive.
As the time goes by after deploying app to the users, number of image files would be increasing (through the years, it would lead to thousands or half millions on the extreme case)
Again, i m just thinking of any possible story which might happen in the future (after years and years), so that the users and app would not be restricted by the given circumstances, i.e. google limit for cloud services)