Web Hosting Usage Statistics

Statistics for websites using Web Hosting providers

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

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Name 10k 100k Million Entire Web
Amazon 2,208 15,465 95,610 9,286,172
CloudFlare Hosting 1,824 15,329 109,096 2,662,689
Akamai Hosted 1,421 4,175 14,796 3,005,429
Rackspace 380 4,174 28,659 1,406,230
Amazon Elastic Load Balancing 360 2,258 8,437 4,910,809
Google 332 4,183 43,014 5,730,563
Fastly Hosted 280 911 2,160 130,161
GoDaddy 199 4,268 93,321 42,708,827
Incapsula 187 1,345 5,762 194,164
Microsoft 180 1,743 9,994 577,219
Google Cloud 171 1,727 11,158 324,021
Verizon 146 721 2,865 363,485
Softlayer 145 1,979 14,042 1,392,307
Adobe Systems 141 249 292 666
Liquid Web 132 2,248 19,709 1,072,227
Level 3 Communications 119 890 3,409 303,207
Linode 114 1,651 12,690 1,152,870
ATT 107 1,044 3,540 157,342
Microsoft Azure 105 959 5,432 3,161,729
WordPress Hosting 102 405 4,751 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.