TIP OF THE WEEK: The Salesforce Big Object Storage
Have you been wondering how the Salesforce Big Object Storage is being counted? Here are our findings based on a study we completed.
It appears that big object storage is determined by the number of records/rows you’ve created, as opposed to the standard data storage which is based on kilobyte sizes.
Hence, the “Big Object Storage” limit that you see under the storage usage page actually indicates the number of records you could create but not the byte size limit that your Salesforce org is eligible with.