We Are NetBox Labs.

NetBox Labs helps companies build and manage complex networks. We help customers accelerate network automation by delivering open, composable products and supporting the network automation community.

The company’s NetBox Cloud product offers an enterprise-grade, SaaS version of open source NetBox — the world’s most popular network source of truth. NetBox Labs is the commercial steward of NetBox and Orb, the next-generation open source network observability platform.

With dozens of customers like Dartmouth College and Constant Contact, and backed by investment from GGV Capital, Grafana Labs CEO Raj Dutt, Flybridge, IBM, Salesforce Ventures, and Mango Capital; NetBox Labs is building the open, composable network automation stack for networking teams.

NetBox Labs Leadership Team

  • Kris Beevers

    Kris Beevers is the Co-founder and CEO of NetBox Labs. Previously, Kris co-founded and led NS1, which was acquired by IBM in 2023. He has founded and helped lead multiple other successful businesses in internet and network infrastructure. Kris is an engineer at heart and by background, and loves the leverage infrastructure innovation creates to accelerate technology and empower engineers to do their best work. He holds a Ph.D. in Computer Science from RPI and is perennially interested in too many things.

  • Jeremy Stretch

    Jeremy Stretch is a Co-founder and the Chief NetBox Officer at NetBox Labs, as well as the creator and lead maintainer of the NetBox open source project. Building on his years of experience in network engineering, Jeremy focuses on developing the tools crucial to network automation systems. He resides in North Carolina with his wife and three children.

  • Salil Jani

    Salil Jani is a Co-founder and the Chief Operating Officer of NetBox Labs. Salil found his passion in advising, building, and scaling early-stage companies while a partner at Norris Law, where he created and led the firm's venture tech and emerging companies practice. He most recently held the role of Chief Legal Officer and Vice President of Corporate Development at NS1, which was acquired by IBM in 2023. He holds a J.D. from Fordham University School of Law.

  • Bill Lapcevic

    A seasoned software veteran, Bill leads NetBox Labs go-to-market teams as Chief Revenue Officer. He has held software leadership roles in Business Development, Sales, Customer Success, and more in companies large and small, all with a common theme - fast growth.

    Bill's previous experience includes running Business Development and Customer Success at New Relic, Global Channels and Alliances at Auth0, Chief Operating Officer at Sentry.io, and most recently SVP Business Development at NS1. Bill Graduated with a BA from Dartmouth College and an MBA from Pepperdine University.

  • Mark Coleman

    Mark Coleman is a Co-founder and the Chief Product Officer at NetBox Labs. He is responsible for the teams building and managing innovative features for the company's flagship products, NetBox Cloud and Orb, while fostering growth within the open-source ecosystem. Mark previously served as general manager of NetBox at NS1, which was acquired by IBM in 2023, and senior director of developer relations at Equinix Metal. Mark has also served as the marketing chairperson for the Cloud Native Computing Foundation.

  • Xiao Wei

    Xiao Wei is a finance executive with over a decade of operating, financing, and M&A experience in enterprise software, digital advertising, and other technology verticals. Xiao serves as vice president of finance at NetBox Labs. He served as vice president of finance of NS1 prior to its acquisition by IBM in 2023. Previously, Xiao served as senior director of financial analytics at Xandr, fka AppNexus. Xiao also spent time as a private equity investor at Clearlake Capital and as an investment banker at Citigroup. He has a bachelor's degree in economics-math and biology from Columbia University.

  • Shannon Weyrick

    Shannon Weyrick is co-founder and Chief Technology Officer of NetBox Labs. A veteran of internet infrastructure for over 25 years, Shannon is an accomplished technical architect, developer, and leader. Prior to NetBox Labs, he was the first employee at NS1 (acquired by IBM in 2023), where he led and built out both technology and teams for nine years. He is the creator of the open source Orb Network Observability platform and enjoys speaking at industry conferences.

  • Maggie Naron

    Maggie Naron serves as Chief of Staff for NetBox Labs, where she plays an integral role in developing and maintaining the culture, operational processes, and wrangling strategies of the company to single handedly get things moving in the right direction. She held similar, critical roles in her time at NS1, leading up to its acquisition by IBM in 2023. She holds a finance degree from the University at Buffalo.

Board Members

  • David Aronoff

    David is Partner Emeritus at Flybridge. Prior to joining Flybridge in 2005, David spent nearly a decade focusing on early-stage investing at Greylock Partners and before that, held senior technology and management roles at Chipcom, an enterprise network software and equipment vendor. While working full-time on his MBA, David was co-founder and COO of HappyPuppy. Earlier in his career he held technical positions at Bell Labs where he developed secure network software.

    David currently serves on the Board of Directors for Draper, on the Advisory Board of the Global Cyber Institute and is a member emeritus of the Board of Trustees for The University of Vermont.

    David holds a BS in Computer Science from the University of Vermont, cum laude and with college honors, an MS in Computer Engineering from the University of Southern California, and an MBA with Distinction from Harvard Business School.

  • Raj Dutt

    Raj Dutt is the CEO and co-founder of Grafana Labs. While in college, Raj founded Voxel, a cloud and hosting company acquired by Internap in 2012. His two great passions are observability and aviation; he got his private pilot's license almost 20 years ago and has completed his motorglider rating.

  • Glenn Solomon

    Glenn Solomon joined GGV Capital in 2006 as a Managing Partner and focuses on enterprise/cloud and software infrastructure investments.

    His portfolio includes some of the most influential category creators of the last several years, including Airbnb (NASDAQ: ABNB), Opendoor (NASDAQ: OPEN), Slack (NYSE: WORK), Square (NYSE: SQ), Zendesk (NYSE: ZEN), and HashiCorp (NASDAQ: HCP). He has helped 10 of his portfolio companies navigate the IPO process and portfolio companies AlienVault (acquired by AT&T) and Vdoo (acquired by JFROG), Streamlit (acquired by Snowflake), and NS1 (acquired by IBM) complete successful M&As.

    Glenn's current portfolio also includes emerging growth and early-stage companies such as BitSight Technologies, Coder, Conviva, Crosschq, Descope, Drata, HashiCorp, Kong, Lucidum, Monte Carlo, Neon, NetBox Labs, Nozomi Networks, Orca Security, Pecan, StarTree, Torq, Unravel Data, Synack, Tray.io, Vercel, Yonder (fka New Knowledge), and Zebrium.

    Glenn is recognized among the top 100 VC investors by the Forbes Midas list. He is also the host of the podcast, “Founder Real Talk,” where founders and executives discuss the company-building challenges they've faced and how they've grown from tough experiences. He's also a contributing writer for Forbes.com.

    Prior to GGV, Glenn was a General Partner with Partech International, where he led the firm's software investment efforts. Earlier in his career, Glenn worked with Goldman Sachs and also with SPO Partners, a San Francisco-based private investment partnership.

    Glenn graduated from Stanford University, where he started on three NCAA championship tennis teams, and also earned an MBA from Stanford where he was an Arjay Miller Scholar. Glenn co-founded and remains active with The Spotlight Foundation, which funds social entrepreneurs addressing the educational needs of at-risk youth.

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