The shift to scale out architectures and an app-centric culture has turned out well for Docker and its lightweight open-source â€œcontainerâ€ technology designed for developers to quickly move code to the cloud.
Thatâ€™s evident in todayâ€™s news that the company has raised $15 million in a Series B round led by Greylock Partners, with minority participation from Insight Venture Partners and existing investorsBenchmark Capital and Trinity Ventures. Also participating is Yahoo! Co-Founder Jerry Yang, who has participated in previous rounds.
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