HashiCorp Stock

hashicorp.comEnterprise Software / Cloud/​Networking InfrastructureFounded: 2012Funding to Date: $349.76MM

HashiCorp is a developer of infrastructure automation for multi-cloud environments, offering solutions that enable innovation at global enterprises, offering them a common cloud operating model via consistent workflows to provision, secure, connect, and run their infrastructure with any application.

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Team

Management Team

David McJannet
Chief Executive Officer & Board Member
Jeff Harper
Chief People Officer
Jack Pearkes
Vice President, Engineering
Robert Abbott
Vice President of Worldwide Sales
Ash Nangia
Vice President of Support & Customer Success
Mitchell Hashimoto
Co-Founder, Co-Chief Technology Officer & Board Member
Jana Boruta
Director of Events
Burzin Patel
Vice President, Alliances
Jay Fry
Vice President, Marketing
Kevin Fishner
Vice President, Product Management
Armon Dadgar
Co-Founder, Co-Chief Technology Officer & Board Member
Brandon Sweeney
Chief Revenue Officer
Navam Welihinda
Vice President, Finance
Lisa McCaffrey
Vice President of People
Robin Vasan
Board Advisor

Board Members

David McJannet
HashiCorp
Armon Dadgar
HashiCorp
Susan St. Ledger
Glenn Solomon
GGV Capital
Mitchell Hashimoto
HashiCorp
Scott Raney
Redpoint Ventures

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News Highlights

At age 23, Mitchell Hashimoto built an open-source tool and turned it into HashiCorp. Here's how he became a billionaire even after leaving the C-suite.
HashiCorp, now a public, $14 billion company, began as a passion project in open-source software for Mitchell Hashimoto and cofounder Armon Dadgar.
The CTO of $15 billion HashiCorp says its successful stock-market debut came after years of convincing investors that software-developer tools are valuable
HashiCorp went through a leadership change before its IPO: Its cofounder Mitchell Hashimoto stepped down as CTO to become an engineer.
HashiCorp revoked private key exposed in Codecov security breach
HashiCorp was a victim of the Codecov security breach, as attackers stole the private key used to sign HashCorp's software downloads.
Updated on: May 22, 2024

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