Cloudflare is a cloud platform that provides enterprises with solutions to protect against DDoS attacks, Internet security and web infrastructure.
Cloudflare is headquartered in San Francisco, California. Matthew Prince is the co-founder and CEO of Cloudflare. Cloudflare’s IPO brought $525 million. Cloudflare’s main competitors are Imperva, Akamai and Fastly. As of March 2019, Cloudflare has 84.0K fans on Facebook and 62.0K followers on Twitter.
Cloudflare’s Competitors, Revenue, Number of Employees, Funding, Acquisitions & News
Cloudflare top competitors include: Imperva, Akamai, Fastly, CDNetworks, AWS, Limelight Networks, EdgeCast, SwiftServe, MaxCDN, Sucuri, CDNify, Cdn77, Securonix, Rackspace Technology, ShieldSquare, WatchGuard, Yottaa and Aujas.
Together they lifted more than 2.5B between their approximately 45.1K employees. Cloudflare has 1535 employees and ranks 4th among the top 10 competitors. The top 10 competitors are on average 2,438.
- Website: cloudflare.com
- Social Media Links: Twitter Facebook LinkedIn
- Founded: 2009
- Est. Annual Revenue: $348.8M
- Est. Employees: 1,535
- Headquarters: 101 Townsend Street San Francisco, California 94107
Imperva is one of the main competitors of Cloudflare. Imperva is a private company, which was founded in 2002 in Redwood Shore, California. Like Cloudflare, Imperva also works in IT services. Compared to Cloudflare, Imperva has 482 employees less.
Akamai is considered one of the largest competitors of Cloudflare. Akamai was founded in 1998 in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Like Cloudflare, Akamai also competes in the cybersecurity sector. Akamai brings in 2.7 billion dollars more revenue than Cloudflare.
Fastly is one of the main competitors of Cloudflare. Fastly was founded in 2011, and its headquarters are located in San Francisco, California. Like Cloudflare, Fastly also competes in IT services. Fastly employs 905 fewer people than Cloudflare.