- Funding Received
- $50.2 Million in 4 Rounds from 5 Investors
- Most Recent Funding
- $10 Million Debt Financing on July 9, 2014
- New York, NY
- DigitalOcean is simplifying the cloud by providing an infrastructure experience that developers love.
- Jeff Carr, Moisey Uretsky, Ben Uretsky, Mitch Wainer, Alec Hartman
- Finance, Virtualization, Networking, Cloud Computing, Web Hosting
DigitalOcean is a simple and fast cloud hosting service built for developers. Customers can create a cloud server in 55 seconds, and pricing plans start at only $5 per month for 512MB of RAM, 20GB SSD, 1 CPU, and 1TB Transfer. Featuring a 99.99% Uptime SLA, DigitalOcean has servers located in New York, San Francisco, and Amsterdam.
The DigitalOcean control panel interface is simple and intuitive, which power users can replicate on a larger scale with the company’s API. DigitalOcean uses KVM virtualization and additionally hosts a library of helpful walkthroughs and tutorials that cover server configuration and optimization.
Current Team (13)Update
Co-Founder / CEO
Jun 24, 2011
Co-Founder / Chief Product Officer
Jun 24, 2011
Co-Founder / CMO
Mar 22, 2012
Chief Operating Officer
Apr 1, 2013
Sep 1, 2013
Director of Operations
Apr 21, 2014
Director of Customer Support
Funding Rounds (4) - $50.2MUpdate
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