Brent Salisbury’s Bio
Brent has worked in both the Enterprise and vendor sides. In 2014 Brent left RedHat to be a co-founder of Socketplane.io, a startup with a focus on reliable, scalable and performant Docker networking. In 2015, Docker Inc. acquired Socketplane. Now working at Docker, he is part of an engineering team that is building community and working to make sure the users experience of Docker networking is as satisfying as the rest of the amazing project that is fundamentally changing the infrastructure market as fast as anything the industry has experienced since the micro processor.
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