Docker is a company that participated in the YC S10 cohort of Y Combinator and raised an estimated $28,679,147.
On September 1, 2010 Docker announced raising $120,000 in pre-seed funding from Y Combinator and Brainchild Holdings.
On February 28, 2011 Docker announced raising $800,000 in angel funding from Trinity Ventures, Brainchild Holdings, Roger Dickey, Raymond Tonsing, Kenny Van Zant, Jonathan Abrams, Jerry Yang, Eric Urhane, Chris Sacca, and Ashvin Patel.
On March 15, 2011 Docker announced raising $12 million in series A funding from ACE & Company.
On September 16, 2014 Docker announced raising $40 million in series C funding from Sequoia Capital (lead investor), Trinity Ventures, Insight Partners, Greylock Partners, and AME Cloud Ventures.
On April 14, 2015 Docker announced raising $95 million in series D funding from Insight Partners (lead investor), Trinity Ventures, Sequoia Capital, Northern Trust, Lowercase Capital, Lightspeed Venture Partners, Ignition Partners, Greylock Partners, Goldman Sachs, and Coatue Management.
Series D II
On November 9, 2015 Docker announced raising a second series D round with $18 million in funding from Trinity Ventures, Sequoia Capital, Insight Partners, Ignition Partners, Greylock Partners.
On May 5, 2017 Docker announced raising an undisclosed amount of secondary market funding from SharesPost Investment Management.
On November 13, 2019 Docker announced raising $35 million in venture funding from Insight Partners and Benchmark.
Docker announces Docker Foundation to provide inclusive access to education and technology to underrepresented communities
Docker raises a $91,900,000 series E round from Cross Creek, Salesforce Ventures, Base Partners, Greenspring Associates and The Family.
Docker raises a $15,000,000 series B round from Jerry Yang, Trinity Ventures, Benchmark, Greylock Partners and Insight Venture Partners.
Docker raises a $800,000 angel round from Jerry Yang, Raymond Tonsing, Trinity Ventures, Ashvin Patel, Kenny Van Zant, Eric Urhane, Roger Dickey, Brainchild Ventures, Chris Sacca and Jonathan Abrams.
Docker raises a $120,000 seed round from Brainchild Ventures and Y Combinator.