John Hubinger became Vice President, Products, at Oracle Development when Oracle acquired AmberPoint in February 2010, where he was President, CEO, and Founder.
In August of 2001, Mr. Hubinger co-founded AmberPoint with Mr. Paul Butterworth. AmberPoint was the Leader in SOA and Distributed System Management and Governance. AmberPoint raised over $50m in Venture Capital and grew revenues from $3m to $20m in three years, showing excellent growth in the very competitive Infrastructure Enterprise Software Market. AmberPoint had OEM, reseller, and/or licensing deals with Microsoft, TIBCO, SAP, Oracle, and IBM.
Prior to founding AmberPoint Mr. Hubinger was the Worldwide General Manager for a Division of Java Software at SUN Microsystems. SUN acquired Forte Software in 1999, where Mr. Hubinger was a Section 16 Public Officer and WW VP of Sales and Operations. Forte went public in 1996.
Before joining Forte, Mr. Hubinger held Vice President and GM roles in Sales and Marketing in two successful software startups, Camenco (sold in a private-to-private transaction), and KnowledgeWare (which went public in 1989).
Early in his career Mr. Hubinger worked at IBM as an Engineer, later moving into Sales and Marketing in the National Accounts Division. Prior to IBM he worked as an engineer at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory. Mr. Hubinger published several software programs while at NASA and the UC Berkeley Laboratories.
Mr. Hubinger holds a BA Degree in Economics, cum laude, from UC Berkeley.