Hi, on https://medium.com/fibery/fibery-io-chronicles-13-hot-august-85dd7cc3e96e, it talks about the pricing concept. A couple points of feedback on that:
- if number of entites are limited, I think it should be easily possible to archive them
- archiving could be some magic you do, where the entities are moved to a cheaper storage, or, something we do, like export an xml or json file, which can be re-loaded if we need to
- auto-archive to some offsite storage, like saving an xml file to an sftp server or s3 bucket for instance, would be slick
- is your intent to just have the system stop working, if the org hits the limits?
I have no concept yet of how soon we would hit the limits, if we got the 17 dollar / user / mo version.