Best way to load ~2mb of static data

I have around 2mb of static data around 2000 records (let’s say product information) which rarely changed.

I need this data in most of my pages, what is the better way to load this data?

I can think of 3 ways

  1. Saving data in collection

    • Can’t waste db operations and memory, they are expensive
  2. Save data in json object in client side

    • I feel this will increase the size of bundle and will increase the loading time for initial users
  3. CDN

  • I feel this is the better way to do, can we serve json object using cdn?

Any one other approaches to do this? Is CDN the best option?

You could implement a caching layer in the publication which you can invalidate on product insert/update.

I think this is the best bet. If you don’t want to go straight to a CDN you can also use a filesystem like S3.

Definitely. It’s not exactly the same but you can import bootstrap from a CDN.

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No reason why you couldn’t serve a json file from a CDN.