[SOLVED] Does firestore's fast performance remain fast in all cases, even if there are millions of subscribers to the application?

Issue

Does firestore’s fast performance remain fast in all cases, even if there are millions of subscribers to the application?

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ok .. I’m developing an app that uses the previous methods , since i still didn’t publish my app to stores so my app has no any users yet , while i am developing my app the previous methods is so fast response with Firestore but what if my app has millions of users lets say 10 millions , high traffic
and lets say my database in Firestore has millions of docs

i have read that firstore can hold 1 millions simultaneous connection , But regardless of breaking limits

Will the performance remain the same before and after users come? in case it didn’t break any limits

Solution

On their website it says that auto scales very well.
source: https://cloud.google.com/architecture/building-scalable-apps-with-cloud-firestore
Now of course latency might differ from where you selected your server but google has you covered for that too.
source: https://cloud.google.com/architecture/building-scalable-apps-with-cloud-firestore#redundancy_and_availability
If you have many more users it will of course cost you a bit more.
source: https://cloud.google.com/firestore/pricing

Answered By – vatsk

Answer Checked By – Cary Denson (BugsFixing Admin)

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