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  1. 1. Docker Ecosystem Report, September 2016 Tracxn World’s Largest Startup Research Platform 2
  2. 2. Docker Ecosystem Report, September 20163 Contents Topic Page No. Scope of Report 05 Entrepreneur Activity 07 Investment Trend 11 Who is Investing 19 Exit Outlook - IPO, Acquisitions 23 Sub Sector Analysis 25 Useful Links 40 Company List 42 Team 76
  3. 3. Docker Ecosystem Report, September 20164 Illustrative Sectors We Track FINTECH ENTERPRISE INFRASTRUCTURE SECURITY STORAGE NETWORKING MOBILITY IT OPS CLOUD INFRASTRUCTURE DOCKER ECOSYSTEM BIGDATA INFRASTRUCTURE BITCOIN PAYMENTS MOBILE EDUCATION MOBILE COMMERCE MOBILE PAYMENTS MOBILE MARKETING MOBILE DEV TOOLS MOBILE HEALTH MOBILE GAMING MOBILE LEARNING MOBILE COMMUNICATION EDUCATION IT SELF LEARNING ENTERPRISE APPLICATIONS HEALTHCARE SAAS MOBILE-FIRST ENT. APPS INTELLIGENT ENT. APPS OPEN SOURCE RETAIL TECH MARKETING TECH STEALTH MODE VERTICAL SAAS LIFE SCIENCES DIGITAL HEALTH TECH INTERNET OF THINGS 3D PRINTING CONSUMER MARKETPLACES SUBSCRIPTION COMM. FOOD TECH INTERNET FIRST BRANDS UBER FOR X SECOND HAND GOODS TRAVEL GAMING
  4. 4. Docker Ecosystem Report, September 20165 Sector Overview Scope of report This report covers companies that directly provide products or services related to containers, micro-services or Docker. Companies that use Docker to build other products/services are excluded. • 42 companies got investment in the sector from total 130 companies • 18 companies got investments in between Aug 2015 - Aug 2016 Most active funds • Accel Partners (ClusterHQ, Weave Works, Core Os, Sysdig) • Benchmark (Docker, dotCloud, Cloud passage) • Trinity Ventures (Docker, dotCloud) • SV Angel (Docker, dotCloud, Circle CI) • Sequoia Capital (Docker, Calm.io, Core Os) Notable investments and news in last two months • TwistLock, a container security company, raises $10M Series A from 1011VC, Rally, YL ventures (Geek Time , Jul 2016) • Codeship raises $7M Series A funding, led by Ascent Venture Partners (Business Wire , Jul 2016) • Abiquo, a container management platform raises $250K Series B (Sec Form, Jun 2016) • Docker 1.12 debuts, bringing Windows, Mac desktop editions (Info World, Jul 2016)
  5. 5. Docker Ecosystem Report, September 2016 Scope of Report Entrepreneur Activity Investment Trend Who is Investing Exit Outlook - IPO, Acquisitions Sub Sector Analysis Useful Links Company List Team 6
  6. 6. Docker Ecosystem Report, September 2016 2 6 11 20 47 30 0 10 20 30 40 50 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 NumberofCompanies 7 YoY – Number of companies founded CloudBees CircleCI Hedvig CoreOS Rancher Labs Twistlock Navops Iron.io Apcera Sysdig Weave Works Aqua Security
  7. 7. Docker Ecosystem Report, September 20168 Large Upcoming Sectors
  8. 8. Docker Ecosystem Report, September 20169 Niche Upcoming Sectors
  9. 9. Docker Ecosystem Report, September 2016 Scope of Report Entrepreneur Activity Investment Trend Who is Investing Exit Outlook - IPO, Acquisitions Sub Sector Analysis Useful Links Company List Team 0 10
  10. 10. Docker Ecosystem Report, September 201611 YoY – Number of Rounds and Total Funding Note: The funding includes debt rounds also. $20M $36M $7M $21M $105M $259M $135M 6 6 4 19 22 29 14 0 7 14 21 28 35 0 60 120 180 240 300 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 NumberofRounds FundingAmount(inMillions) Funding Amount Number of Rounds
  11. 11. Docker Ecosystem Report, September 201612 YoY – Number of Rounds by Stage
  12. 12. Docker Ecosystem Report, September 201613 YoY – Funding by Stage
  13. 13. Docker Ecosystem Report, September 201614 Average Ticket Size – Early Stage
  14. 14. Docker Ecosystem Report, September 201615 Top investments in last one year
  15. 15. Docker Ecosystem Report, September 201616 Top investments in last one year
  16. 16. Docker Ecosystem Report, September 201617 Funnel view of Sector
  17. 17. Docker Ecosystem Report, September 2016 Scope of Report Entrepreneur Activity Investment Trend Who is Investing Exit Outlook - IPO, Acquisitions Sub Sector Analysis Useful Links Company List Team 8 18
  18. 18. Docker Ecosystem Report, September 201619 Most Active Investors in Sector 8 7 5 5 5 5 4 4 4 4 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Accel Partners Bain Capital Ventures Baseline Ventures Benchmark Capital KPCB Trinity Ventures Greylock Partners Matrix Partners Sequoia Capital True Ventures TotalNumberofCompanies CoreOS Sysdig Iron.io Docker CoreOS Docker Docker CloudBees Docker Hedvig Weave Works Iron.io CircleCI dotCloud Apcera dotCloud wercker CoreOS Apcera
  19. 19. Docker Ecosystem Report, September 201620 Where are Top Investors investing
  20. 20. Docker Ecosystem Report, September 201621 Top Investor by Stage of Entry
  21. 21. Docker Ecosystem Report, September 2016 Scope of Report Entrepreneur Activity Investment Trend Who is Investing Exit Outlook - IPO, Acquisitions Sub Sector Analysis Useful Links Company List Team 2 22
  22. 22. Docker Ecosystem Report, September 2016 Date Company Acquirer Deal Size Overview Total Funding Jul-2014 fig.sh Fig.sh (London, 2013) docker.com Undisclosed Docker container management Aug-2014 dotcloud.com dotCloud (San Francisco, 2008) cloudcontrol.com Undisclosed Cloud application PaaS for Docker Y Combinator, Benchmark Capital, Trinity Ventures $10.8M Jul-2016 dchq.co DCHQ.io (San Francisco, 2014) gridstore.com Undisclosed Collaborative Development Platform. Stealth Mode. 500 Startups Jul-2014 orchardup.com OrchardUp (London, 2013) docker.com Undisclosed Docker host in the cloud Oct-2015 tutum.co Tutum (New York City, 2013) docker.com Undisclosed Build, Deploy and Manage Docker containers in cloud Start-Up Chile, RTP Ventures, Azure Capital Partners, NXTP Labs, techstars $2.72M Jan-2016 unikernel.org Unikernel Systems (Cambridge, 2014) Docker Undisclosed Unikernels as Containers - New way of using Docker May-2016 kismatic.com Kismatic, Inc. (San Francisco, 2014) apprenda.com Undisclosed Container Cluster Management - to bring Docker and Kubernetes to the the enterprise 23 Major Acquisitions in Last Two Years
  23. 23. Docker Ecosystem Report, September 2016 Scope of Report Entrepreneur Activity Investment Trend Who is Investing Exit Outlook - IPO, Acquisitions Sub Sector Analysis Useful Links Company List Team 4 24
  24. 24. Docker Ecosystem Report, September 201625 September 2016Tracxn BlueBox : Docker Ecosystem 130 companies in the sector, 14 funded in 2016, 31 Companies funded from 2015.
  25. 25. Docker Ecosystem Report, September 201626 Top Business Models by Funding $189M $181M $130M $33M $21M $17M $3M $2M 0 40 80 120 160 200 Container Management Container Technology DevOps PaaS Networking Container Security Platform Big Data Repository TotalFundingAmount(inMillions) # Cos. 63 3 23 21 4 6 5 1 4 Avg. Age 2012.16 2012.33 2013.39 2013.24 2013.25 2013.50 2014.20 2015.00 2013.25 Hedvig Docker CloudBees Iron.io Weave Works Twistlock Tutum Pachyderm flockport Rancher Labs Unikernel Systems CoreOS dotCloud DaoliCloud Aqua Security Loodse.com Quay.io
  26. 26. Docker Ecosystem Report, September 201627 Container Management – Business Model Description
  27. 27. Docker Ecosystem Report, September 201628 Container Management – Entrepreneur Activity and Investment Trend
  28. 28. Docker Ecosystem Report, September 201629 Container Management – Most Funded Companies
  29. 29. Docker Ecosystem Report, September 201630 Container Technology – Entrepreneur Activity and Investment Trend
  30. 30. Docker Ecosystem Report, September 201631 Container Technology – Most Funded Companies
  31. 31. Docker Ecosystem Report, September 201632 DevOps – Business Model Description
  32. 32. Docker Ecosystem Report, September 201633 DevOps – Entrepreneur Activity and Investment Trend
  33. 33. Docker Ecosystem Report, September 201634 DevOps – Most Funded Companies
  34. 34. Docker Ecosystem Report, September 201635 PaaS – Business Model Description
  35. 35. Docker Ecosystem Report, September 201636 PaaS – Entrepreneur Activity and Investment Trend
  36. 36. Docker Ecosystem Report, September 201637 PaaS – Most Funded Companies
  37. 37. Docker Ecosystem Report, September 201638 Networking – Most Funded Companies
  38. 38. Docker Ecosystem Report, September 2016 Scope of Report Entrepreneur Activity Investment Trend Who is Investing Exit Outlook - IPO, Acquisitions Sub Sector Analysis Useful Links Company List Team 9 39
  39. 39. Docker Ecosystem Report, September 201640 Useful Links Slide Title Content Platform Link List of All Companies in readable format Companies Link Large Upcoming Sectors Entrepreneur Activity Link Top investments in last one year Investment Trend Link Major Acquisitions in last one year Exit Outlook - IPO, Acquisitions Link Container Technology – Funded Companies Sub Sector Understand Link Container Management – Funded companies Sub Sector Understand Link Container Security – Funded Companies Sub Sector Understand Link PaaS – Funded Companies Sub Sector Understand Link Devops – Funded companies Sub Sector Understand Link
  40. 40. Docker Ecosystem Report, September 2016 Scope of Report Entrepreneur Activity Investment Trend Who is Investing Exit Outlook - IPO, Acquisitions Sub Sector Analysis Useful Links Company List Team 1 41
  41. 41. Docker Ecosystem Report, September 2016 Docker Ecosystem – Company List DETAILS CLOSE TO 130 COMPANIES COVERS THE FOLLOWING SECTORS Container Technology Container Management Container Security DevOps Networking PaaS Platform Big Data Repository 42
  42. 42. Docker Ecosystem Report, September 201643 Container Technology Container Technology Container Management Container Security DevOps Networking PaaS Platform Big Data Repository Company Details Funding Investors Docker [San Francisco, 2008]: Docker is an open-source tool that packages an application and its dependencies in a virtual container that can run on any Linux server. Docker Hub is a cloud service for sharing applications and automating workflows. Provides PaaS and professional support under the dotCloud brand. Acquired Duostack, a PaaS for Node and Ruby applications, in May 2011 and introduced support for MongoDB. Docker’s GitHub Profile – 12,178 stars, 2,050 forks. Has 455 contributors. Since their launch, they have achieved total downloads of 2.75 million Docker Engine. Users include companies like eBay, Cloudflare, Rackspace, Yandex and Spotify. In Oct 2014 it acquired Koality Softwares, a software testing company. $180.88M Y Combinator, Greylock Partners, Insight Venture Partners, Lightspeed Venture Partners, Sequoia Capital, Benchmark Capital, Goldman Sachs, AME Cloud Ventures, Trinity Ventures, Lowercase Capital, Ignition Partners, Coatue, Azure Capital Partners, Northern Trust Unikernel Systems [Cambridge, 2014]: Unikernel.org is part of unikernel systems that provides a platform to build, deploy and manage cloud services. In the DockerCon EU, on 17th Nov 2015, they announced the integration of unikernels with existing container infrastructure. Unikernels provide many benefits compared to a traditional OS, including : Improved security properties, Smaller footprints, Fine grained optimization and fast boot times. Containers and unikernels sit on a continuum. On the one hand, we have the traditional method of placing a full OS stack in a VM with a single application on top. A natural next step is to use containers which run on top of a single OS, giving better resource usage and allowing each application to be more self- contained.Unikernels are just another step on this path and can be thought of as extreme, self-contained applications. Turbo [Seattle, 2015]: Turbo is a developer of software virtualization and container technology. Available as both a web-based service and on-site server, Turbo.net allows software publishers, enterprises, and schools to build, test, deploy, and manage desktop application containers instantly to any user with an Internet connection. Their prodcut TurboStuido is used to convert new and existing applications to virtual applications. It also has a GUI for packaging application containers.Turbo was designed for the Windows platform and its containerization system is built on top of the Turbo application virtualization engine.Its Spoon VM plays the same role for Turbo containers as LXC does for Docker.Turbo, like Docker, supports the use of local containers and the ability to push and pull containers from a central repository. It is currently registered under Spoon.net - a virtualization technology platform founded by Kenji. Number of employees is taken from spoon.net as of Nov 2015.
  43. 43. Docker Ecosystem Report, September 201644 Container Management (1/14) Container Technology Container Management Container Security DevOps Networking PaaS Platform Big Data Repository Company Details Funding Investors Abiquo [Bracknell, 2006]: Cloud management platform to create, manage and govern public, private and hybrid cloud. Embraces an open-source model where both community users and commercial organizations benefits. Cloud Partners- Amazon AWS, ElasticHosts, DigitalOcean, Google Compute Engine, HP Public Cloud, Rackspace US, VMware ESX, Hyper-V, KVM, Oracle VM, Citrix Xen Server. Over 3000 customers, industry alliances and open source partners including Apache jclouds, LibCloud, Cloud Industry Forum, Open data center alliance. Abiquo’s hybrid cloud management software enables both service providers and enterprise organisations to easily manage hybrid public and private cloud environments and Docker hosts and containers from one central platform. $23.5M Balderton Capital, Kreos Capital, Nauta Capital, Oxford Capital, Caja Navarra StackEngine [Austin, 2014]: Stackengine provides Docker image & container manager for IT Operations from a dashboard. Helps pull docker image from public or private repository and launch it on multiple hosts and configure the memory requirement for each container. Can also set up a management mesh for controlling the container on multiple hosts with updated information on number of hosts, images and containers status. Features troubleshooting the container memory or configuration issues along with complete control to run images, remove or stop a container, also provides individual container configuration and search among the mesh. $4.5M Silverton Partners, LiveOak Venture Partners Containership.io [San Francisco, 2014]: Containership.io is used to build, deploy, and manage applications using Docker containers. Helps build a new Docker image from a git push, and automatically deploys to one or more servers. $2.4M Innovation Works, Birchmere Ventures, Draper Triangle, Draper Triangle TenXCloud [Beijing, 2014]: TenXCloud is a docker management platform which is a lightweight container-based cloud platform that provides developers and enterprises to quickly compile, integrate, deploy, run the container application's cloud computing platform. Its services include container service, host cluster management and mirroring service. $1.7M Unity Ventures, Lang Ma Feng the VC, Z and H Investment
  44. 44. Docker Ecosystem Report, September 201645 Container Management (2/14) Container Technology Container Management Container Security DevOps Networking PaaS Platform Big Data Repository Company Details Funding Investors Stratus5 [Lucerne Valley, 2007]: Stratus5 Cloudware Container Platform makes App look, act, and operate as an enterprise-class SaaS App in the cloud.It offers a full service solution to launch and operate SaaS business in the cloud.They offer platform, hosting, credit card processing, monitoring,backups and support for the applications/containers to run on their cloudware. Revenue model is a commission based model ranging from 25% to 35% (depending on the resources required) of revenues generated by client. $500k mist.io [San Francisco, 2012]: Mist.io is a mobile friendly web app that helps you manage and monitor your virtual machines across multiple clouds. Provides actionable intelligence to address common issues from anywhere, using any web device. It is a freemium service with an open source component that offers a unified interface supporting the most popular public and private clouds. Collects usage statistics as well as custom metrics from connected servers. Custom events can be configured that trigger alerts or automated actions. $300k PJ tech catalyst, Monthly Ventures, Iqbility, Startup Monthly, Thanos Triant, Panos Kougiouris DaoCloud [Shanghai, 2014]: DaoCloud is a enterprise-class cloud container platforms and solutions provider. It is a container management Saas Platform and is classified under hybrid cloud model. It is working with docker to host all resources and provide application standardization, continuous integration, release management and maintenance services. Lightspeed China Partners Decking [Leeds, 2014]: Decking aims to simplify the creation, organization and running of clusters of Docker containers by reading information from a decking.json package file on a project by project basis. Decking simplifies the building of images based on local Dockerfiles and helps developers create and orchestrate containers. Decking is currently free to use and available on github. Dray [London, 2015]: Dray is an open source workflow manager for Docker, similar to UNIX pipes, and is crafted by CenturyLink Labs. It allows users to separate a workflow into discrete steps each to be handled by a single container. This isolation makes efficient use of compute resources and also allows workflows to be easily changed, extended or re-composed via this loosely coupled architecture.To facilitate the creation of small Docker image, Dray is compiled into a statically linked binary that can be run with no external dependencies.
  45. 45. Docker Ecosystem Report, September 201646 Container Management (3/14) Container Technology Container Management Container Security DevOps Networking PaaS Platform Big Data Repository
  46. 46. Docker Ecosystem Report, September 201647 Container Management (4/14) Container Technology Container Management Container Security DevOps Networking PaaS Platform Big Data Repository
  47. 47. Docker Ecosystem Report, September 201648 Container Management (5/14) Container Technology Container Management Container Security DevOps Networking PaaS Platform Big Data Repository
  48. 48. Docker Ecosystem Report, September 201649 Container Management (6/14) Container Technology Container Management Container Security DevOps Networking PaaS Platform Big Data Repository
  49. 49. Docker Ecosystem Report, September 201650 Container Management (7/14) Container Technology Container Management Container Security DevOps Networking PaaS Platform Big Data Repository
  50. 50. Docker Ecosystem Report, September 201651 Container Management (8/14) Container Technology Container Management Container Security DevOps Networking PaaS Platform Big Data Repository
  51. 51. Docker Ecosystem Report, September 201652 Container Management (9/14) Container Technology Container Management Container Security DevOps Networking PaaS Platform Big Data Repository
  52. 52. Docker Ecosystem Report, September 201653 Container Management (10/14) Container Technology Container Management Container Security DevOps Networking PaaS Platform Big Data Repository
  53. 53. Docker Ecosystem Report, September 201654 Container Management (11/14) Container Technology Container Management Container Security DevOps Networking PaaS Platform Big Data Repository
  54. 54. Docker Ecosystem Report, September 201655 Container Management (12/14) Container Technology Container Management Container Security DevOps Networking PaaS Platform Big Data Repository
  55. 55. Docker Ecosystem Report, September 201656 Container Management (13/14) Container Technology Container Management Container Security DevOps Networking PaaS Platform Big Data Repository
  56. 56. Docker Ecosystem Report, September 201657 Container Management (14/14) Container Technology Container Management Container Security DevOps Networking PaaS Platform Big Data Repository
  57. 57. Docker Ecosystem Report, September 201658 Container Security (1/2) Container Technology Container Management Container Security DevOps Networking PaaS Platform Big Data Repository
  58. 58. Docker Ecosystem Report, September 201659 Container Security (2/2) Container Technology Container Management Container Security DevOps Networking PaaS Platform Big Data Repository
  59. 59. Docker Ecosystem Report, September 201660 DevOps (1/6) Container Technology Container Management Container Security DevOps Networking PaaS Platform Big Data Repository
  60. 60. Docker Ecosystem Report, September 201661 DevOps (2/6) Container Technology Container Management Container Security DevOps Networking PaaS Platform Big Data Repository
  61. 61. Docker Ecosystem Report, September 201662 DevOps (3/6) Container Technology Container Management Container Security DevOps Networking PaaS Platform Big Data Repository
  62. 62. Docker Ecosystem Report, September 201663 DevOps (4/6) Container Technology Container Management Container Security DevOps Networking PaaS Platform Big Data Repository
  63. 63. Docker Ecosystem Report, September 201664 DevOps (5/6) Container Technology Container Management Container Security DevOps Networking PaaS Platform Big Data Repository
  64. 64. Docker Ecosystem Report, September 201665 DevOps (6/6) Container Technology Container Management Container Security DevOps Networking PaaS Platform Big Data Repository
  65. 65. Docker Ecosystem Report, September 201666 Networking Container Technology Container Management Container Security DevOps Networking PaaS Platform Big Data Repository
  66. 66. Docker Ecosystem Report, September 201667 PaaS (1/5) Container Technology Container Management Container Security DevOps Networking PaaS Platform Big Data Repository
  67. 67. Docker Ecosystem Report, September 201668 PaaS (2/5) Container Technology Container Management Container Security DevOps Networking PaaS Platform Big Data Repository
  68. 68. Docker Ecosystem Report, September 201669 PaaS (3/5) Container Technology Container Management Container Security DevOps Networking PaaS Platform Big Data Repository
  69. 69. Docker Ecosystem Report, September 201670 PaaS (4/5) Container Technology Container Management Container Security DevOps Networking PaaS Platform Big Data Repository
  70. 70. Docker Ecosystem Report, September 201671 PaaS (5/5) Container Technology Container Management Container Security DevOps Networking PaaS Platform Big Data Repository
  71. 71. Docker Ecosystem Report, September 201672 Platform Container Technology Container Management Container Security DevOps Networking PaaS Platform Big Data Repository
  72. 72. Docker Ecosystem Report, September 201673 Big Data Container Technology Container Management Container Security DevOps Networking PaaS Platform Big Data Repository
  73. 73. Docker Ecosystem Report, September 201674 Repository Container Technology Container Management Container Security DevOps Networking PaaS Platform Big Data Repository
  74. 74. Docker Ecosystem Report, September 2016 Scope of Report Entrepreneur Activity Investment Trend Who is Investing Exit Outlook - IPO, Acquisitions Sub Sector Analysis Useful Links Company List Team 5 75
  75. 75. Docker Ecosystem Report, September 201676 Team 76 Chaitanya Karthik V Lead Analyst, Enterprise DevTools Dheeraj Motoori Lead Analyst, Enterprise DevTools Arjav Harjai Senior Analyst, Enterprise DevTools

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