This list is by no means exhaustive. Whether you’re deploying to AWS, Netlify, or something else entirely switching to static content makes deploying a trivial concern.
Following providers are static site friendly and provide free/cheap tier includes unlimited personal and commercial projects, HTTPS, continuous deployment. Of course nothing can stop you from using more powerful general-purpose hosting providers like Heroku or Digital Ocean.
- Netlify - A hosting and serverless backend services for web applications and static websites, you can publish web projects from Git repositories without complex setups and server maintenance.
- Amazon S3 - With no server side code to run, there is no reason to host them on a traditional server. By using the static website hosting feature on an S3 bucket, we host static websites for one to two dollars a month and scale to handle millions of users.
- Firebase Hosting - Production grade web content hosting for developers. With a single command, you can quickly deploy web apps and serve both static and dynamic content to a global CDN.
- Vercel - A cloud platform that enables developers to host Jamstack websites and web services that deploy instantly, scale automatically, and requires no supervision, all with zero configuration. They provide a global edge network, SSL encryption, asset compression, cache invalidation, and more.
- Surge - With Surge, you’ll easily have something online quickly. First install the command line tool using npm and then run surge within any directory you wish to publish onto the web.
- Render - Deploying static sites on Render is incredibly easy. Just link your GitHub or GitLab repo — we build your site every time you push to your repo and serve it over a global CDN with fully managed SSL.
- Gatsby Cloud - A unified cloud platform specifically built for the Gatsby framework that combines a modern developer toolset and workflow with an optimized, global edge network for an unbeatable Gatsby experience.