I’m developing an app that, for short, the admin upload essay photos and the user select some of these pics.
At first, I would delivery these pics directly from backblaze b2 service, but I heard about cloudflare and I’m trying to figure out how it works and how much it costs.
It is not a BIG service, so not bandwidth hungry. I’m estimating that each costumer would download about 30~40pics once, 100kB each file, five people a day, probably one time shot, because I will do local cache on app. Content will be downloaded again only if costumer clears that cache. So, expecting roughly between 15MB~20MB downloaded data every day. Even if doubling all of this, so 10 people every day, and each file laying around 200kB, and 80 pics, it would be just 160MB of pictures.
But, despite the fact that images are static content, the same file is not expected to be downloaded repeatedly 'cause of said local cache.
What I liked the most is the possibility to lower costumer latency using cloudflare cdn, but I can’t understanding the costs of this service.
Is the free plan suitable to delivery photos like that? On cloudflare home page it is said I could deliver static content like js, css, html and images. But how much images it can handle on free plan? Where can I get more information?
Thanks in advance