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Docker Stock

Open Containerization platform

Docker develops an open containerization platform for building, shipping, and running distributed applications.

About Docker Stock




San Francisco, CA, US

Notable Investor

Sequoia Capital

Total Funding


Docker develops an open containerization platform for building, shipping, and running distributed applications. Its platform aims to allow developers and system administrators to create and run applications as a collection of containers that work across laptops, data center virtual machines, and public cloud instances. According to the company, Docker has experienced 318B total pulls on hub, 8.3M hub repositories, 7.3M docker accounts, and 3.3M desktop installations.

Docker was formerly known as dotCloud, Inc. and changed its name to Docker, Inc. in October 2013. Notable investors in Docker include IVP, Sequoia, Salesforce Ventures and Greylock. The company was founded in 2010 and is based in San Francisco, California.

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Docker Management

Leadership team at Docker

Chief Executive Officer

Scott Johnston

Chief Financial Officer

Scott Baumgartner

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