Use server storage when possible
It is usually faster to work with files stored in server storage, than remote files or cloud storage.
Step 1. Create a flow, which copies/moves files to server storage.
Step 2. Create a flow, which works with a file in server storage.
Step 3. Create a nested flow, which combines the flows created in Steps 1 and 2 together.
Use streaming if possible
Streaming is enabled by default, but it might not work if your source or destination files are complex nested data objects. In that case, it is recommended that you disable streaming.
Split large files
If the source file is large, especially if it is an XML file, it makes sense to split it into multiple smaller files, and then process them one-by-one in a loop. Read more about splitting files.
Use parallel loops when iterating through a large number of identical tasks
Read about parallel loops.
Enable parallel file operations when processing files by a wildcard name
Read about enabling parallel file operations.
Zip multiple files before copying then
If you can, zip files before copying/moving them to remote or cloud file storage.