Docker, a Palo Alto, CA-based supplier of cloud-native software growth instruments, content material, and companies for builders, raised $105M in Sequence C funding.
The spherical, which brings complete funding to $163m and valuation to $2.1 billion, was led by Bain Capital Ventures (BCV), with participation from Atlassian Ventures, Citi Ventures, Vertex Ventures, 4 Rivers, Benchmark, Perception Companions, and Tribe Capital. Enrique Salem, BCV accomplice, will be a part of the Docker board.
The corporate intends to make use of the funds to speed up investments in each product and go-to-market initiatives. On the product aspect, it can improve investments in developer productiveness, content material, and ecosystem partnerships. For go-to-market, it can put money into new channels and geographies.
Led by CEO Scott Johnston, Docker allows builders to collaboratively construct, share and run purposes. The Docker collaborative software growth platform gives builders with an built-in, dependable and safe workflow that accelerates app supply from code to the cloud. Its mixture market of content material and integrations with main instruments, the corporate’s options enable groups to quickly create fashionable purposes.
With over 10 million registered builders and growth groups, Docker has grown to over 56,000 industrial clients, together with over 70% of the Fortune 100, 9 of the ten prime expertise firms, eight of the highest 10 banks, eight of the highest 10 retailers, eight of the highest 10 media firms, and 7 of the highest 10 healthcare firms.