DigitalOcean

DigitalOcean is a company that delivers the fastest and easiest way for developers and businesses to deploy and scale any application in the cloud. With a focus on simplifying the end-user experience, DigitalOcean accelerates software development so developers spend more time building features and less time managing their infrastructure.


Company Growth (employees)
Type
Private
HQ
New York, US
Founded
2011
Size (employees)
341 (est)+2%
DigitalOcean was founded in 2011 and is headquartered in New York, US

Key People at DigitalOcean

Ben Uretsky

Ben Uretsky

Co-Founder / CEO
Karl Alomar

Karl Alomar

Chief Operating Officer
Moisey Uretsky

Moisey Uretsky

Co-Founder / Chief Product Officer
Lev Uretsky

Lev Uretsky

Director of Operations
Julia Austin

Julia Austin

Chief of Staff
Jackie De la Rosa

Jackie De la Rosa

Chief of Staff

DigitalOcean Office Locations

DigitalOcean has an office in New York
New York, US (HQ)
101 Ave of the Americas

DigitalOcean Data and Metrics

Summary Metrics

DigitalOcean's latest funding round in April 2016 was reported to be $130 m. In total, DigitalOcean has raised $305.4 m

DigitalOcean Operating Metrics

DigitalOcean's Registered Users was reported to be 1 m in Feb, 2017. DigitalOcean's Customers was reported to be 700 k in 2016
Y, 2016Feb, 2017

Customers

700 k

Registered Users

1 m
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Traffic Overview of DigitalOcean

DigitalOcean Online and Social Media Presence

DigitalOcean News and Updates

DigitalOcean and Cloudflare ditch neo-Nazi client, The Daily Stormer

 Following the violent far right demonstrations in Charlottesville at the weekend, another two web services companies have terminated their business relationships with the Nazi propaganda website, The Daily Stormer. Read More

DigitalOcean improves production workload protection with firewalls

DigitalOcean launched a new firewall service today that’s aimed at making it easier for developers to protect the virtual machines they have running in the company’s cloud. The feature, aptly named Cloud Firewalls, allows developers to lay out access rules for their DigitalOcean VMs from a central m…

Your next computer could be in a data center

 Most of the apps on your phone already rely on a server component to store and process your data. When you post a video on Facebook, it gets re-encoded into multiple formats on the server so that other users can stream your video in SD, HD, etc. But I think this trend is going to become even more i…

Linode challenges DigitalOcean with its new $5 instances

 Linode has been in the virtual private server (VPS) game for longer than most, but in recent years, companies like DigitalOcean and Vultr have taken quite a bit of mindshare from the company. Now it looks like Linode is ready to fight back. The company today announced the launch of a new $5/month p…

DigitalOcean launches load balancers

 DigitalOcean today announced the launch of its new load balancing service for developers who run their applications on its platform. Read More

AWS launches Amazon Lightsail, a DigitalOcean killer offering $5 virtual private servers

At its annual re:Invent user conference in Las Vegas today, public cloud market leader Amazon Web Services (AWS) announced Amazon Lightsail, a new way for developers to quickly and easily get access to low-cost virtual private servers (VPS). They don’t need to worry about provisioning storage, secur…
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DigitalOcean Company Life and Culture

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