I am building a web site that will leverage a LARGE number of images being stored on Cloudinary. My plan is to have the file name be associated with a GUID in a database, for easy image retrieval. My question is this. Does Cloudinary have any limits or performance considerations for the number of files that can be in a single folder? I have no need to establish a cloudinary folder structure because of my file naming convention, but I need to know if I am going to hit any kind of wall with image counts in a single folder.
For example, could I store 100,000 images in a single folder and retrieve individual images from this folder with no performance hit.
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