Docker Stock

docker.comEnterprise Software / Software DevelopmentFounded: 2013Funding to Date: $163MM

Docker takes away repetitive, mundane configuration tasks and is used throughout the development lifecycle for fast, easy and portable application development – desktop and cloud. Docker’s comprehensive end to end platform includes UIs, CLIs, APIs and security that are engineered to work together across the entire application delivery lifecycle. This company was founded by Solomon Hykes in 2013 in Palo Alto, CA.

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Management Team

Scott Johnston
Chief Executive Officer
Scott Baumgartner
Chief Financial Officer
Justin Cormack
Chief Technology Officer
Ashvin Patel

Board Members

Robert Bearden
Jeffrey Horing
Insight Partners
Peter Fenton
Solomon Hykes
Enrique Salem
Bain Capital Ventures
Scott Johnston
Board Member

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News Highlights

Docker raises $105M to enhance support for developers

The new investment brings the company’s total funding to $163 million and increases the value of the company to $2.1 billion. Docker’s new funding will enable the organization to invest in innovating new solutions to support developer productivity to make it easier for users to develop Kubernetes applications.

Inside the rise, fall, and surprising rebirth of Docker, the influential startup that had Amazon, Microsoft, and Google following its lead but struggled to turn into a thriving business

The rise of Kubernetes, an open-source tool invented at Google that surpassed Docker's offering, put pressure on the startup that it couldn't address.

Docker launches Verified Publisher program to boost container security for devs

Docker is launching a Verified Publisher program to create greater trust and security for developers using its tools.
Updated on: Jun 24, 2024


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