Google Maps Application
The following page provides details on domains, networks, IPs, hosting services, and content delivery networks used by Google Maps.
Google Maps is a desktop and mobile mapping service provided by Google. It offers regular street maps, transit line information, satellite imagery, real-time traffic conditions, street views, turn-by-turn route planning, and more.
|Web Link||Google Maps - Home Page|
The network data shown here is also available via the Netify Data Feed API. We provide network intelligence to help deliver better digital experiences to end users and businesses.
Applications are sometimes deployed on partner networks, parent company networks, or regional hosting providers. The following is a sample of Google Maps IP addresses deployed on this type of network.
|Core Network||Business||United States||18.104.22.168|
|Core Network||Business||United States||22.214.171.124|
|Core Network||Business||United States||126.96.36.199|
|Core Network||Business||United States||188.8.131.52|
|Core Network||Business||United States||184.108.40.206|
|Core Network||Business||United States||220.127.116.11|
|and 869 more|
Hosting vendors like AWS and Microsoft Azure provide cloud-based computing and network resources to deliver applications. The hosting platforms used by Google Maps are summarized below by geographical points-of-presence (PoP).
Each PoP can host many IPs to deliver an application. A sample IP is provided.
|Cloud Hosts||# of IPs|