Thank you for the quick response and answer. For now, we’re only planning to use the CDN - we’ll be hosting a single Vue.js file that then communicates with our API to handle the rest. We’re interested in the instant cache invalidation and like how you handle build/deploy.
We host virtual events, so there’s a high amount of concurrency before the event begins as people load the event page. Once we’ve authenticated and loaded the virtual venue things settle down as the video streams. We then use external services to handle the realtime data e.g. the live chat.
So, it sounds like Netlify CDN should be fine to handle the high number of requests to serve the Vue.js file?