Annual revenue of Amazon Web Services from 2013 to 2017 (in million U.S. dollars)

Amazon Web Services: annual revenue 2013-2017 The statistic illustrates the revenue development of Amazon Web Services cloud computing and hosting solutions 2013 to 2017. In the last reported year, AWS generated revenues of 17.5 billion U.S. dollars.
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Amazon.com went online in 1995, initially as a book store, and went on to achieve almost immediate success. In 1998 the store expanded to include a music and video store and different other products, such as apparel and consumer electronics in the following years. As of 2014, the company is the undisputed leader of the e-retail market in the United States, with sales of almost 80 billion U.S. dollars.

In 2006, Amazon Web Services (AWS) was launched as a cloud computing platform to provide online services. Among these, Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud and Amazon S3, which provide large virtual computing capacity, are the most well-known. The majority of AWS servers, including the so-called "GovCloud," specifically destined for U.S. government customers, are based in the United States. The company also has locations in Ireland and Germany, Singapore, Japan, China, Australia and Brazil. An estimated 1.4 million servers were operated by Amazon Web Services globally. One of the largest clients of AWS is the streaming video service Netflix, which uses Amazon’s services to store their content on servers throughout the world. Among vendors who supply this so-called Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS), Amazon's IaaS market share stood at 27.2 percent, as of the first half of 2015.

As of the fourth quarter of 2017, AWS reported revenues of over 5.1 billion U.S. dollars, a 49 percent increase compared to first quarter figures of the previous year. Total revenue of Amazon.com during the same period amounted to 60.5 billion U.S. dollars.
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Revenue in million dollars
20133,108
20144,644
20157,880
201612,219
201717,459
Revenue in million dollars
20133,108
20144,644
20157,880
201612,219
201717,459
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The statistic illustrates the revenue development of Amazon Web Services cloud computing and hosting solutions 2013 to 2017. In the last reported year, AWS generated revenues of 17.5 billion U.S. dollars.
Amazon Web Services - additional information

Amazon.com went online in 1995, initially as a book store, and went on to achieve almost immediate success. In 1998 the store expanded to include a music and video store and different other products, such as apparel and consumer electronics in the following years. As of 2014, the company is the undisputed leader of the e-retail market in the United States, with sales of almost 80 billion U.S. dollars.

In 2006, Amazon Web Services (AWS) was launched as a cloud computing platform to provide online services. Among these, Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud and Amazon S3, which provide large virtual computing capacity, are the most well-known. The majority of AWS servers, including the so-called "GovCloud," specifically destined for U.S. government customers, are based in the United States. The company also has locations in Ireland and Germany, Singapore, Japan, China, Australia and Brazil. An estimated 1.4 million servers were operated by Amazon Web Services globally. One of the largest clients of AWS is the streaming video service Netflix, which uses Amazon’s services to store their content on servers throughout the world. Among vendors who supply this so-called Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS), Amazon's IaaS market share stood at 27.2 percent, as of the first half of 2015.

As of the fourth quarter of 2017, AWS reported revenues of over 5.1 billion U.S. dollars, a 49 percent increase compared to first quarter figures of the previous year. Total revenue of Amazon.com during the same period amounted to 60.5 billion U.S. dollars.
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February 2018
Region
Worldwide
Survey time period
2013 to 2017

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