Hey guys, we’re building an app which offers a lot of services like company incorporation, opening company bank account, increase share capital etc. there are 27 such services.
While requesting any service, user has to fill 2-3 forms. You can say there are total of like 50-60 forms on our app. Our approach is to make a table named
fields that has these columns:
This way we store data submitted by all users, through all forms for all services in one table. So, you can say, when one service is requested by a user, he fills 2-3 forms, each form having around 20 fields, ultimately, 60 new rows would be added to
fields table. Vertical size of the table i.e. rows would be growing at a very rapid pace.
Each request on average has 3 forms with each form containing average 15 fields which makes it 45 rows each process. Forecasting the rows for 2 years with 10k users & about 20 requests each user we would need about 90 lac rows in 2 years!
Can anyone please give their suggestions to how should we handle this much rows? Is bubble powerful enough to not get slow for 90lac rows if we apply enough constraints & only do it on server side? Also, will using externa DB like AWS will help? (API calls may get slow).