Docker Expands Leadership Team As Demand for Docker Enterprise Accelerates

Docker brings former Dell, Microsoft, Intel and GitHub executives on board to scale the business and address growing customer demand

SAN FRANCISCO – February 26, 2019 – Docker, day announced the appointment of four industry veterans to the company’s leadership team: 

  • Docker EVP Brian Camposano has been appointed Chief Financial Officer
  • Former Dell executive Victor Raisys has joined as EVP, GM of New Markets
  • Intel’s Debbie Anderson-Brooke has been named SVP of Corporate Marketing 
  • GitHub executive Papi Menon has come on board as VP of Product

As companies face pressure to innovate and deliver new services faster, an increasing number of companies are adopting the Docker Enterprise container platform for their digital initiatives. These appointments will help to further accelerate Docker’s growth as it scales to address the evolving needs of enterprises worldwide.

“Docker is a central part of enterprise transformation strategies,” said Steve Singh, Chairman and CEO of Docker. “Companies are focused on modernizing the applications that run their businesses and delivering new innovations that can leverage those mission critical applications while expanding the value they can deliver to their customers. Docker Enterprise is the only container platform that affords customers an integrated, consistent model to build, ship and run all of the applications that run their businesses across an increasingly hybrid cloud infrastructure.”

The expansion of the leadership team comes on the heels of a successful fiscal year, with the company surpassing over 700 Docker Enterprise customers worldwide – adding 100 new customers per quarter – and recognition as a “Leader” in the Forrester New Wave™: Enterprise Container Platform Software Suites, Q4 2018 report.

Singh continued, “We continue to make strategic investments in our people and on further innovation of our container platform. The addition of Brian, Debbie, Victor and Papi to our senior management team will help us accelerate Docker’s growth and transition into the heart of enterprise transformation strategies.”

More on these executives follows:

Docker EVP Brian Camposano Appointed as CFO

As CFO, Brian Camposano will help to scale Docker’s presence globally as the company continues to experience rapid growth within the enterprise. In this role, he will oversee Docker’s strategic Finance, Accounting, Human Resources, Legal, IT and Corporate Development Teams. Camposano brings over a decade of experience in building multibillion-dollar enterprise software companies. Prior to joining Docker, Camposano held the position of SVP of Strategy at SAP for the company’s cloud portfolio. He also led corporate strategy at Concur, prior to the company’s acquisition by SAP in 2014. Earlier in his career, Camposano served as Director of Technology, Mergers and Acquisitions at Deutsche Bank.

Former Dell and Microsoft Executive Victor Raisys Named EVP, GM of New Markets at Docker

In the role of EVP, GM of New Markets, Victor Raisys will lead the development and delivery of Docker’s product offerings for developers through new channels. Raisys is a technology executive who brings a track record of building businesses through his experience in the areas of product management and marketing, operations, strategy and finance. Prior to joining Docker, Raisys was Executive Director at Dell where he was part of the executive team that created, built and led the Dell Software Group. In that role, he was the integration executive who led the acquisition of Quest Software. He then went on to lead operations and M&A integration within the Dell Software Group. Previously, he also held a variety of product leadership roles at Microsoft.

Intel’s Debbie Anderson-Brooke Joins Docker as SVP of Corporate Marketing 

As SVP of Corporate Marketing at Docker, Debbie Anderson-Brooke will manage brand strategy, corporate communications and community. Anderson-Brooke comes to Docker from Intel, where she drove CEO communications. Prior to Intel, Anderson-Brooke was CMO at SaaS security company Bitium (acquired by Google), where she built the marketing function from the ground across brand, communications, digital, SEO/SEM and content. She also spent over 10 years at Microsoft, leading multi-million dollar product launches in various marketing and communications roles.

GitHub Executive Papi Menon Joins Docker as VP of Product 

As VP of Product, Papi Menon will drive product strategy for the Docker container platform, delivering solutions for enterprises and developers to build, manage and run any application on any infrastructure. Prior to Docker, Menon held the position of Director of Product Management at GitHub (acquired by Microsoft), where he was the lead for GitHub Business Cloud and GitHub Enterprise. Previously, Menon has held senior product leadership positions at MuleSoft and VMware, managing product lines aimed at improving developer productivity within the enterprise. 

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