Intigua

Our Mission:
Help IT Organizations Achieve Agile, Continuous IT Operations

At Intigua, we understand the pains of enterprise IT. As industry veterans, we have seen how long-standing IT compliance and operational challenges start to spin out of control as businesses are accelerating their delivery cycle and using virtualization and cloud technologies to scale at a rapid pace.

We built Intigua to help IT professionals and executives control their scaling environment with its enormous pace of change, keeping business users highly satisfied without sacrificing operational professionalism and compliance.

Our technology was built with encapsulation and virtualization concepts in mind. We see server management as another essential pillar of modern server infrastructure, along with compute, networking and storage. Intigua’s approach makes server management a software-defined element of the IT ecosystem, bridging together operations and applications teams, and providing an unprecedented level of automation and control around server management.

Our enterprise IT customers use Intigua across many thousands of servers, in every conceivable combination of physical, virtual and cloud environments. With Intigua eliminating the clutter and manual heavy-lifting around server tools, our customers are saving countless hours and millions of dollars in spending. And more importantly – they are improving their operational effectiveness, security and compliance, and are getting much more value out of their investment in monitoring, backup, configuration and security tools.

Management Team

  • Shimon Hason

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    Shimon is a technology and business executive with a passion for enhancing business through technology innovation. Prior to launching Intigua, Shimon was a principal and entrepreneur-in- residence at Cedar Fund, a leading VC firm backed by investors including Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley. Previously, as director of product management at Amobee, Shimon repositioned the company’s core product as an end-to-end mobile advertising platform designed for the large-scale requirements of telecommunications carriers. Amobee was later acquired by SingTel. Shimon also led the successful development and launch of a Mobile Messaging Gateway product line at Followap, which enabled leading European mobile providers to offer branded consumer IM services such as MSN for the first time. Followap was subsequently acquired by NeuStar. Shimon has an MBA from the MIT Sloan School of Management, as well as a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science from Haifa University. He also worked as an associate at McKinsey & Company while studying for his MBA. In his free time he enjoys cooking, running outdoors and motorsports.
  • Shai Toren

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    A seasoned veteran with more than 15 years of experience in high-technology, Shai brings wide experience in managing both startups and established companies. Shai specializes in building high-performance teams and structuring companies to optimally achieve their business and strategic goals. Prior to joining Intigua, Shai ran all of ClearOne’s videoconferencing business worldwide and managed all of the company’s activities in Israel. He joined ClearOne after its acquisition of VCON, where he was COO. He previously managed the Polycom Partners Center , where he quadrupled partner-related revenue for the company, and was previously Director of Product Management at Comverse. Mr. Toren holds a B.Sc. in Information Systems Engineering from The Technion – Israel Institute of Technology and is the co-inventor of 6 patents. In his spare time he likes to ski.
  • Oran Epelbaum

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    Oran has been leading R&D teams for 17 years at large technology vendors and start-ups. Before joining Intigua, Oran led the R&D team at Incapsula, a subsidiary of Imperva, where he managed the development of its SaaS application firewall offering for web sites. Within a year, Incapsula had thousands of customers running its cloud-based offering on their web sites. Previously, Oran was one of nLayers’ first employees, leading the R&D team that developed the company’s core technology, an automated discovery solution for enterprise IT applications. After nLayers was acquired by EMC, Oran remained with the company, where he managed R&D for EMC’s compliance product line and took part in strategic activities.

Investors

“Everyone at Intigua is committed to helping our customers do great things. Our container technology dramatically simplifies a very messy and expanding server management problem that every Enterprise IT faces.”

Shimon Hason, CEO

Board Of Directors

  • Shimon Hason

    CEO & Co-Founder

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    Shimon is a technology and business executive with a passion for enhancing business through technology innovation. Prior to launching Intigua, Shimon was a principal and entrepreneur-in-residence at Cedar Fund, a leading VC firm backed by investors including Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley. Previously, as director of product management at Amobee, Shimon repositioned the company’s core product as an end-to-end mobile advertising platform designed for the large-scale requirements of telecommunications carriers. Amobee was later acquired by SingTel. Shimon also led the successful development and launch of a Mobile Messaging Gateway product line at Followap, which enabled leading European mobile providers to offer branded consumer IM services such as MSN for the first time. Followap was subsequently acquired by NeuStar. Shimon has an MBA from the MIT Sloan School of Management, as well as a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science from Haifa University. He also worked as an associate at McKinsey & Company while studying for his MBA. In his free time he enjoys cooking, running outdoors and motorsports.

  • Bob Goodman

    General Partner, Bessemer Venture Partners

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    Bob Goodman, the founding partner in the New York office of Bessemer Venture Partners, joined the firm in 1998. He focuses on investments in software, mobile, digital media and healthcare IT. Bob is currently a member of the board of directors of mobile-advertising company Millennial Media (IPO); mobile application management company Apperian; self-optimizing mobile network software provider Intucell; enterprise social-networking company SelectMinds; data-management and backup-software companySyncsort; mobile video session software developer Vasona Networks, diversified SMB software company GFI (merged with Teamviewer); and information-security company Perimeter E-Security. He also led Bessemer’s investment in telecommunications provider GTS, and has served as Chairman of VoIP-communications company BroadSoft (IPO) since its inception. Bob’s former portfolio companies include ART Advanced Recognition Technologies (acquired by Scansoft, now Nuance); Flarion Technologies (acquired by Qualcomm); Bladelogic (IPO, then acquired by BMC); IAG Research (acquired by Nielsen); Nistevo (acquired by Sterling); Octave Communications (acquired by Voyant, then Polycom); System Management ARTS (SMARTS, acquired by EMC); Taqua (acquired by Tekelec); Telica (purchased by Lucent); Zensys (acquired by Sigma Designs); and Netsmart Technologies (acquired by Genstar Capital). Prior to joining Bessemer, Bob founded two successful telecommunications companies: wireless-equipment company Celcore, acquired by Alcatel through the acquisition of DSC in 1997, and Boatphone, a group of cellular operating companies in the Caribbean. Having acted as CEO in both companies, Bob brings the uncommon combination of entrepreneurial, operating and investment expertise to his portfolio companies. As a venture capitalist, Bob has been involved in building many successful companies including leading the first rounds for Flarion, BladeLogic, and Broadsoft. Bob holds a B.A. from Brown University and an MBA from Columbia University. Bob also serves on several non-profit boards including Metcouncil, The Play Group Theatre and the National Venture Capital Assocation. Bob was named to the 2011 Forbes Midas List.

  • Amnon Shoham

    General Patrner, Cedar Fund

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    Amnon Shoham brings to Cedar Fund a wealth of experience investing in and building quality high tech companies from the ground up since 1993. His Cedar Fund success record includes early stage investments in companies that he helped build to successful exits, including Guardium (acquired by IBM in 2009,) Onaro (acquired by Network Appliance – NetApp(NASDAQ: NTAP) in 2008) and Appilog (acquired in 2004 by HP/Mercury (NYSE:HPQ.) Mr. Shoham focuses on investments in the enterprise software space, and is an active board member on several of Cedar Fund’s portfolio companies. Prior to founding Cedar Fund, Mr. Shoham was the Managing Partner of Star Ventures in Israel, where he built and managed its investment activity in Israel. Mr. Shoham has served as director on the following Nasdaq-traded companies’ boards: Accord Networks (ACCD, acquired by Polycom, PLCM); BreezeCOM (BRZE, now Alvarion, ALVR); Fourth Dimension Software (DDDDF, acquired by BMC Software, BMC); Fundtech (FNDT); Jacada (JCDA); NICEcom (acquired by 3com Corp.,COMS); Paradigm Geophysical (PGEO) and ViryaNet (VRYA). Mr. Shoham’s activity on Star’s behalf also included investments in Armon Networking (acquired by Bay Networks), Summit Design (now Innoveda, INOV) and Precise Software (PRSE). He was also instrumental in facilitating Star’s investment in Creo Products, (CREO) and Orckit Communications (ORCT). Before turning to venture capital investing, Mr. Shoham worked as an attorney in the New York office of Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom, a leading U.S. law firm, where he focused on public offerings and mergers and acquisitions involving high technology companies.

  • Ram Metser

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    Ram brings comprehensive executive management and entrepreneurial experience gained over 25 years of leadership roles in a broad range of technology organizations. As CEO at Guardium, he led the company from initial start-up to market dominance position in the database security market and its acquisition by IBM. Following the acquisition, as vice president at IBM he led the database security, data governance and optimization product groups at IBM’s Information Management division.
    Prior to Guardium, Ram was vice president and general manager of Nokia Intelligent Applications. He was also the CEO of Telekol Corporation leading its growth from start-up to top supplier of enterprise grade intelligent communications systems, and it acquisition by Nokia.
    Ram’s past and present engagements also span executive management, advisory and board roles with several technology startups including Scalebase, Personali and Segterra. He also served on the Board of Trustees of the Solomon Schechter Day School of greater Boston. Ram holds both a BA and MBA from the University of Massachusetts.

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