John Ousterhout, Chairman of the Board
John Ousterhout is Founder and Board Chairman of Electric Cloud, Inc. He is also the creator of the Tcl scripting language and is well known for his work in distributed operating systems, high-performance file systems, and user interfaces.
Prior to Electric Cloud, John was Founder and CEO of Scriptics Corporation (acquired by Interwoven (IWOV)), Distinguished Engineer at Sun Microsystems (SUNW), and Professor of Computer Science at U.C. Berkeley.
John holds a BS degree in Physics from Yale University and a PhD in Computer Science from Carnegie Mellon University. He is a Member of the National Academy of Engineering and has received numerous awards, including the ACM Software System Award, the ACM Grace Murray Hopper Award, the National Science Foundation Presidential Young Investigator Award, and the U.C. Berkeley Distinguished Teaching Award.
Steve Brodie is Chief Executive Officer at Electric Cloud. He has over 25 years of experience as a leader in the enterprise software industry, introducing new technologies to the market for both venture-backed startups and leading enterprise IT organizations. Prior to joining ElectricCloud, Steve was Group Vice President and General Manager of the Application Lifecycle Management Business Unit at Serena Software, where he spearheaded the Orchestrated ALM strategy as well as the company's entry and growth in release management, a cornerstone technology for DevOps. Prior to Serena, Steve served as President and Chief Products & Marketing Officer at Skytap, a leading provider of self-service cloud automation solutions, where he was responsible for delivering the world's first VMware-based public cloud. He also led the Load Testing and Application Performance Management product teams at HP/Mercury Interactive and previously held senior product management positions at IBM/Rational.
Steve holds a Bachelor of Science degree in computer and systems engineering from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and is a graduate of the executive management program at the University of Washington.
Mike Maciag served as the CEO of Electric Cloud for over 7 years. Prior to joining Electric Cloud, Mike was Vice President of Marketing and Business Development at MS2 (acquired by Agile Software (AGIL)), an enterprise software company he founded in 1998 where he established a new application category Product Lifecycle Automation (PLA). Prior to MS2, Mike played an essential role in establishing new markets at Electronics for Imaging and NetFrame Systems, Inc., which led both companies to successful public offerings. Mike also served as Executive Director of Corporate Development for Informix Software (acquired by IBM) where he managed the corporate venture fund, mergers and acquisitions, product marketing strategy and venture community relationship management.
Mike holds a BS degree from Santa Clara University as well as an MBA from Northwestern University's J.L. Kellogg Graduate School of Management.
Yogen Dalal is an entrepreneur, engineer, and Silicon Valley executive who has been at Mayfield Fund since 1991. He invests in the consumer and internet infrastructure areas.
Prior to joining Mayfield, Yogen was a founding member of two startups, Claris Corporation and Metaphor Computer Systems. Yogen was also a member of the original Star and Ethernet development teams at Xerox, and a co-author of the TCP Specification in 1974 while at Stanford University.
Yogen earned a Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science from Stanford and a B.Tech. in Electrical Engineering from the Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay where he was honored as a Distinguished Alum.
If change is the only constant, then it's the unique qualities of each entrepreneur that keeps Steve Krausz, General Partner at U.S. Venture Partners passionate about working with startups. "I get excited about creation in technology," says Steve, who joined USVP in 1985. "It's exciting to see new generations of entrepreneurs who bring leadership to their organizations. These are people who can paint a picture of success that makes others want to join them, who can liberate others to be their best."
Steve managed the firm's investments in and serves on the boards of Blekko, Guidewire, Imperva, Quixey, ReadyForce, Savings.com, Smartling, ThreatMetrix, Trusteer and Xirrus.
Steve also serves on the board of the WAVC, the World Affairs Council, the Stanford GSB Trust and DAPER. He holds a B.S. in Electrical Engineering from Stanford University and an M.B.A. from Stanford Business School, where he was an Arjay Miller Scholar.
Prior to joining Rembrandt Venture Partners Douglas Schrier was at Argo Global Capital since 2001 where he was a Senior Partner. Doug has been involved in funding, managing, and developing technology companies for over 20 years. His prior experience includes being Senior Vice-President for Acquisitions and Strategic Ventures at SAIC in La Jolla, CA. While at SAIC, Doug was responsible for investing over $90 million in nine companies, as well as being responsible for commercial, acquisitions and joint ventures. Doug was co-founder of Multum Information Services and President of Ceon Corporation where collectively he raised over $75 million. Doug has also held positions at Salomon Brothers Inc., where he was an Associate in their Venture Capital Group and at Prudential-Bache Capital Funding where he worked as an Associate in Corporate Finance. Currently, Doug sits on the boards of Electric Cloud, Proximetry, Aptana and is a board observer at Convio.
Doug received his MBA from Columbia Business School in 1990 and his undergraduate degree in Economics/Pre-Med from DePauw University in 1986.