Companies using Amazon Elastic Load Balancing

We have data on 57,845 companies that use Amazon Elastic Load Balancing. The companies using Amazon Elastic Load Balancing are most often found in United States and in the Computer Software industry. Amazon Elastic Load Balancing is most often used by companies with 10-50 employees and 1M-10M dollars in revenue. Our data for Amazon Elastic Load Balancing usage goes back as far as 4 years and 9 months.

If you’re interested in the companies that use Amazon Elastic Load Balancing, you may want to check out Amazon AWS and Microsoft Azure as well.

Who uses Amazon Elastic Load Balancing?

Some of the companies that use Amazon Elastic Load Balancing include:
Company Website Country Revenue Company Size
National Audubon Society, Inc. audubon.org United States 100M-200M 500-1000
Empire Communities Inc. empirecommunities.com Canada 50M-100M 200-500
NATIONAL COUNCIL ON AGING ncoa.org United States 10M-50M 50-200
The Durst Organization Inc. durst.org United States 50M-100M 500-1000
Jeffers, Inc. jefferspet.com United States 10M-50M 50-200

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Amazon Elastic Load Balancing Market Share and Competitors in Cloud Platforms & Services

We use the best indexing techniques combined with advanced data science to monitor the market share of over 12,500 technology products, including Cloud Platforms & Services. By scanning billions of public documents, we are able to collect deep insights on every company, with over 100 data fields per company at an average. In the Cloud Platforms & Services category, Amazon Elastic Load Balancing has a market share of about 1.5%. Other major and competing products in this category include:

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Companies using Amazon Elastic Load Balancing
Amazon Elastic Load Balancing market share in Cloud Platforms & Services is about 1.48%
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What is Amazon Elastic Load Balancing?

Elastic Load Balancing automatically distributes incoming application traffic across multiple Amazon EC2 instances inthe cloud. It enables you to achieve greater levels of fault tolerance in your applications, seamlessly providing the required amount of load balancing capacity needed to distribute application traffic.

Top Industries that use Amazon Elastic Load Balancing

Top Industries that use Amazon Elastic Load Balancing

Looking at Amazon Elastic Load Balancing customers by industry, we find that Computer Software (7%) is the largest segment.

Companies using Amazon Elastic Load Balancing - Distribution by industry

Top Countries that use Amazon Elastic Load Balancing

Top Countries that use Amazon Elastic Load Balancing

54% of Amazon Elastic Load Balancing customers are in United States and 5% are in United Kingdom.

Amazon Elastic Load Balancing customers by country

Distribution of companies that use Amazon Elastic Load Balancing based on company size (Employees)

Distribution of companies that use Amazon Elastic Load Balancing based on company size (Employees)
Of all the customers that are using Amazon Elastic Load Balancing,a majority (58%) are small (<50 employees), 17% are large (>1000 employees) and 24% are medium-sized.
Companies using Amazon Elastic Load Balancing, by size (number of employees)

Distribution of companies that use Amazon Elastic Load Balancing based on company size (Revenue)

Distribution of companies that use Amazon Elastic Load Balancing based on company size (Revenue)
Of all the customers that are using Amazon Elastic Load Balancing, a majority (73%) are small (<$50M), 14% are large (>$1000M) and 7% are medium-sized.
Amazon Elastic Load Balancing clients - distribution by company revenue

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