i am evaluating using netlify to host my current company/product website.
We are doing static hosting for more than 10 years with a custom infrastructure with build VMs that pull the source from git and rsync to sync the files to web servers.
I am very happy to see this type of software as a service offering.
Right now we have main company/product website HTML+CSS+SVG but as part of the deployment we also have static HTML files for the product documentation.
Each release of our product has its own static documentation version.
We have a custom documentation build system, similar to read the docs.
We build the documentation for the latest version and previous version are pre-build / cached.
In the last 10 years we have accumulated more than 120 releases.
Rebuilding each documentation version on each deploy in netlify is an overkill.
Is there a way to do “incrementaly/cached” hosting in Netlify.
Or netlify is only designed for small sites and single page applications?