Sometime on Sunday, November 13, 2011 (which was a pretty awesome day on its own, quite aside from this news) we crossed the point of having saved our users 2 petabytes of bandwidth. That's a staggering amount of data.
In the summer of 2010, before CloudFlare's public launch, we took the team to Vegas to celebrate our first 100 websites. This summer, we crossed more than 100,000 websites using CloudFlare so we decided to head out on another team retreat.
I was just looking over our daily stats report and noticed something incredible. In the last 30 days, CloudFlare saved our users more than half a petabyte of data they would have otherwise had to transfer from their servers.
We crossed a milestone today: 312M people passed through CloudFlare's network in the last 30 days. That may seem like a strange number for a milestone, but it also happens to be the total population of the United States (the third most populous nation in the world).
About an hour ago we crossed 10 billion page views having been powered by CloudFlare over the last 30 days. That means more than 13% of worldwide Internet visitors passed through our network at least once in the last month.