Our Management

  • Management

    Steve Singh

    Chairman & CEO

    Steve Singh

    Chairman & CEO

    Steve Singh is CEO and Chairman of the Board of Directors for Docker, the company that is transforming the way applications are built, shipped and managed. Before joining Docker, Steve was SAP’s President of the Business Network and Applications, with end-to-end global responsibility for new growth areas of the company and served on the SAP board of directors. Singh joined SAP in 2014 through the acquisition of Concur, which he co-founded. Concur, one of the first SaaS solutions on the market, is an industry leader in travel and expense (T&E) management. Before joining Concur, from 1993 to 1996 Singh was General Manager of the Contact Management Division at Symantec Corporation, an international technology firm focused on protecting information and computer systems. Prior to that, he co-developed ACT!, a pioneering contact management solution which was eventually acquired by Symantec. Singh began his career in technology with Apple Computer. Singh currently serves as chairman of the boards of Center ID and Cleartrip.com. He is also a member of the boards of Washington State board of trustees for The Nature Conservatory, at ModuMetal, Talend, and the Singh Family Foundation. In addition, Singh is on the advisory board for the Foster School of Business at the University of Washington and is a strategic director in Madrona Fund V.
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    Solomon Hykes

    Founder, CTO and Chief Product Officer

    Solomon Hykes

    Founder, CTO and Chief Product Officer

    Solomon Hykes is the founder, CTO and chief architect of Docker and the creator of the Docker open source initiative. In his role at Docker, he is focused on building a platform for developers and system administrators to build, ship, run and orchestrate distributed applications. A Forbes 30 under 30 and YCombinator alumni, Solomon led dotCloud as CEO through five years of fundraising, business operations and product launches before focusing entirely on Docker. Prior to dotCloud, Solomon held engineering, IT infrastructure management and software development roles at CEIS and SmartJog.
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    Mike Gupta

    CFO

    Mike Gupta

    CFO

    Mike Gupta is CFO of Docker. Prior to Docker, Mike was Twitter's SVP of Strategic Investments, responsible for running Twitter Ventures. Before taking on that role, he served as Twitter’s CFO and led the company through its initial public offering. Before joining Twitter, Mike was SVP Finance and Treasurer at Zynga where he ran several finance functions and prior to that, Mike spent eight years at Yahoo! in a variety of senior finance roles, most recently as SVP of Corporate Development, Finance and Treasury. Earlier in his career, Mike was a VP in the investment banking division at Merrill Lynch and a Senior Auditor at KPMG.
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    Scott Johnston

    COO

    Scott Johnston

    COO

    In his role as Chief Operating Officer, Scott is responsible for the company's strategic initiatives to ensure there are healthy, sustainable, and coordinated efforts across all user communities - both open source and commercial. Previously, Scott was SVP of Product Management, where he responsible for the strategy of Docker’s products and technologies. With over 25 years industry experience from software development and product marketing to IT operations and venture capital, Scott previously served as VP of marketing, product management, and strategy at Puppet Labs. Prior to Puppet Labs, Scott served in leadership and operational roles in product management, engineering, business development, and marketing for some of the most disruptive companies in the industry, including Netscape, Loudcloud (parent of Opsware), Cisco, and Sun Microsystems.
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    Eric Bardin

    SVP Finance and Business Operations

    Eric Bardin

    SVP Finance and Business Operations

    As SVP Finance and Business Operations for Docker, Eric focuses on financial planning and analysis (FP&A), expanding Docker’s corporate infrastructure, both domestically and overseas, and mergers and acquisitions. During his tenure at Docker, Eric has guided the company through four rounds of private financing, including the company’s initial seed round, and is responsible for building the company’s business and financial infrastructure. Prior to Docker, Eric held leadership roles at Prooftag and NuXo Technology, where he led the company to a successful acquisition. Before NuXo, Eric was first CFO and then CEO of Recif Technologies Inc. At Recif, Eric was instrumental in helping the company accelerate its growth and revenues, leading to a successful turnaround.
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    Roger Egan

    SVP Sales and Channels

    Roger Egan

    SVP Sales and Channels

    In his role at Docker, Roger is responsible for developing, implementing and executing Docker’s sales growth strategies across all customer segments, and channels. Roger was previously VP of North American Channels and Mid-Market sales at Red Hat, where he built up a $500M line of business. Prior to joining Red Hat, Roger spent seventeen years at IBM where he held sales executive and senior management positions in North America and Latin America. He has served in leadership positions in Channel Sales, Financial Services Sector Sales, and IBM’s Systems Group.
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    Iain Gray

    SVP Customer Success

    Iain Gray

    SVP Customer Success

    Iain is responsible for ensuring enterprise-class services, education, enablement and support for Docker customers and partners, defining best-practices and enabling customers to take full advantage of both the Docker platform and the surrounding ecosystem. Prior to Docker, Iain established Customer Success at Pivotal Inc. and served as VP of Red Hat’s Global Services and Global Support Services organizations, developing business critical services in support of Red Hat's open source subscription model. Prior to joining Red Hat, Iain held engineering and service management roles at Sun Microsystems and SCO Inc. in both the US & UK.
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    David Messina

    SVP Marketing

    David Messina

    SVP Marketing

    As the SVP of Marketing, David is responsible for orchestrating all marketing and communications activities for the Docker community and the enterprise market segment. In his role, David is focused on building awareness, communicating Docker’s value and driving customer demand. Prior to Docker, David was SVP of Marketing and Product Management at Xangati where he was responsible for directing the roadmap and market direction for Xangati’s product suite in addition to forging strategic partnerships with industry leaders. Prior to Xangati, David held product marketing and marketing communications executive positions for CoSine Communications and Bay Networks (acquired by Nortel Networks).
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    Chris Borkenhagen

    CIO

    Chris Borkenhagen

    CIO