Microsoft gained 4.7 percent market share this month, one of the largest one-month swings in the history of the webserver market. Apache on the other hand lost 5.9 percent.
The shift is driven by changes at domain registrar Go Daddy, which has just migrated more than 3.5 million hostnames from Linux to Windows. Go Daddy, which had been the world's largest Linux host, is now the world's largest Windows Server 2003 host, as measured by hostnames. The company said it will shift a total of 4.4 million hostnames to Windows Server 2003.You can check it out over here.