Today DigitalOcean, a supplier of cloud computing services to SMBs, submitted to go public. The company means to note on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) under the ticker symbol “DOCN.”

DigitalOcean’s offering comes in the middle of a hot streak for tech IPOs, and valuations that are extended by historic norms. The cloud hosting company was signed up with by Coinbase in filing its numbers openly today.

DigitalOcean’s offering comes in the middle of a hot streak for tech IPOs.

Unlike the cryptocurrency exchange, DigitalOcean intends to raise capital through its offering. Its S-1 filing lists a $100 million placeholder number, a figure that will upgrade when the business reveals an IPO price variety target.

Today let’s explore the company’s financials briefly, and after that ask ourselves what its results can tell us about the cloud market as a whole.

DigitalOcean’s financial results

TechCrunch has actually covered DigitalOcean with some frequency over the last few years, including its early-2020 layoffs, its early-2020 $100 million financial obligation raise and its $50 million financial investment from Might of the exact same year that previous financiers Access Industries and Andreessen Horowitz took part in.

From those pieces we knew that the business had actually apparently reached $200 million in profits during 2018, $250 million in 2019 which DigitalOcean had actually anticipated to reach an annualized run rate of $300 million in 2020.

Those numbers held up well. Per its S-1 filing, DigitalOcean produced $203.1 million in 2018 earnings, $254.8 million in 2019 and $318.4 million in 2020. The business closed 2020 out with a self-calculated $357 million in annual run rate.

Throughout its current years of development, DigitalOcean has actually managed to lose decently increasing amounts of money, computed using generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP), and non-GAAP profit (adjusted EBITDA) in increasing amounts. Observe the increasing detach:

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