Web Hosting Usage Statistics

Statistics for websites using Web Hosting providers

CloudFlare Hosting
Amazon
Google
Rackspace
Google Cloud
GoDaddy
Liquid Web
Softlayer
Microsoft
Amazon Elastic Load Balancing

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Name 10k 100k Million Entire Web
Amazon 2,060 14,533 84,393 9,286,172
CloudFlare Hosting 1,645 14,581 106,536 2,662,689
Akamai Hosted 356 959 4,273 3,005,429
Fastly Hosted 323 1,220 4,262 130,161
Rackspace 311 3,705 23,105 1,406,230
Google 299 4,148 42,736 5,730,563
Amazon Elastic Load Balancing 241 1,736 6,512 2,145,707
Google Cloud 225 3,527 25,252 324,021
Microsoft 173 1,876 9,752 577,219
Incapsula 164 1,249 5,433 194,164
ATT 148 1,104 4,021 157,342
Softlayer 135 1,901 13,656 1,392,307
GoDaddy 134 3,491 66,207 42,708,827
Liquid Web 124 2,263 18,658 1,072,227
Level 3 Communications 112 907 4,022 303,207
Verizon 110 681 3,058 363,485
Savvis 92 531 2,256 237,115
Linode 86 1,656 12,186 1,152,870
NTT America 81 315 1,498 64,712
WordPress Hosting 78 293 3,667 1,050,550

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Web hosting services are companies that provide hardware and software solutions to an individual or organisation that allows a website to be on the internet.

A hosting provider typically has dedicated internet access and provides its customers with either shared, dedicated, colocation or cloud/vps based hosting solutions for a cost.

The price of hosting a website is normally associated with the amount of service the hosting company provides. A dedicated server solution with 24/7 managed support is typically many times more expensive than unmanaged shared hosting (multiple websites on a single server) solutions.