Bangalore: JFrog, the liquid software company has appointed Sagi Dudai as Executive Vice President (EVP) of Product and Engineering.
Dudai joins JFrog with more than 25 years of global experience ranging from large-scale software platform-as-a-service to AI and machine learning.
Prior to JFrog, Dudai worked at Vonage – a business cloud communications company. He served as CTO and drove the technology vision, architecture and design, overseeing all aspects of technology development, including new products and the transformation to a cloud-native platform.
He led Vonage’s 1,000 employees, supporting a $1.3 billion revenue organisation. And oversaw R&D as well as the development of new products and was instrumental in Vonage Business Cloud rollout.
Dudai will join JFrog’s executive team and report to the CEO and Co-Founder, Shlomi Ben-Haim.
“We are extremely excited to have Sagi join the team to lead JFrog’s Product and R&D as we rapidly leap forward,” said Shlomi Ben Haim, co-founder and CEO, JFrog.
“JFrog’s Liquid Software vision requires solid leaders with proven experience and passion for innovating and building solutions that will serve tomorrow’s software world. We believe Sagi will help JFrog reach new levels of value to the DevOps community, our customers and partners,” added Ben-Haim.
Dudai has extensive experience at the forefront of the fastest-moving technology trends in software delivery and IT, spanning cloud, mobile, AI, ML and edge applications.
“I am thrilled to join JFrog and push forward its liquid software vision,” said Sagi Dudai.
“We have big plans to build out, extend and scale JFrog’s end-to-end, hybrid DevOps Platform, as well as integrate and build industry-leading SecOps solutions. I’m excited to hit the ground running, leveraging my experience and continuing to build world-class teams that deliver innovative products to our customers and to the community at large,” added Dudai.
Prior to Vonage, Dudai was VP – Research and Development at Fring. He holds a Master of Business Administration degree from the Northwestern University Kellogg School of Management. In addition, he holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from the Recanati Business School at Tel Aviv University in business management and computer science.