Uptime is the amount of time a web hosting server is up and running. This typically means how much time is your website accessible to visitors. Moreover, it’s one of the most important factors to consider when buying a web hosting for your website.
If your web hosting promises to provide 99% uptime. It still means your website will be down for 1% time( which is Daily: 0h 14m 24.0s, Weekly: 1h 40m 48.0s, Monthly: 7h 18m 17.5s,Yearly: 87h 39m 29.5s). That concludes that your website will be down for 3 days which can lead to losses and reliability issues.
We were tracking uptime of around 150 websites of top web hosting company with the help of our partner Host-tracker.
You can plug in various date range and location to check the uptime of each Hosting company mentioned here.
Uptime of SiteGround
Uptime of each Site Hosted on SiteGround
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Uptime of DreamHost
Uptime of each Site Hosted on DreamHost
Uptime of Wp Engine
Uptime of each Site Hosted on Wp Engine
Uptime of Digital Ocean
Uptime of each Site Hosted on Digital Ocean
Uptime of HostGator
Uptime of each Site Hosted on HostGator
Uptime of Arvixe
Uptime of each Site Hosted on Arvixe
Uptime of iPage
Uptime of each Site Hosted on iPage
Uptime of Bluehost
Uptime of each Site Hosted on Bluehost
Uptime of A2 Hosting
Uptime of each Site Hosted on A2 Hosting
Uptime of Inmotion Hosting
Uptime of each Site Hosted on Inmotion Hosting
Noor is a well-known webhosting blogger and industry analyst. Since 2006, he has tested a wide variety of web hosting services and posted the results on his popular blog, InlineHostBlogger.com. For each review, he extensively tests each web hosting company personally, or with his hand-picked team of technicians.