About me


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I’m an Infrastructure Engineer at OVH.

I have a passion for distributed systems problems, specifically when it comes with scalability and performance issues.

I’m the deep-dive’s type of guy, i.e. I’m not scared of having to optimize components like the JVM or the Linux Kernel to reach my goal, or read Hbase basecode to understand how it internally works.

I’m developing software using Go, Rust and Java, as well as performing on-call duty on more than 500 servers, including several Hadoop clusters.


I’m currently working on Metrics Data Platform. We are using Warp10 with friendly Apache softwares such as Hbase, Hadoop, Zookeeper, Kafka and Flink to handle all OVH’s metrics-based monitoring, which represent around 432 billions of measurements per day.

Outside work

On the other side, I’m giving a hand to local events, such as the GDG/JUG FinistDevs, Devoxx4Kids and DevFest du Bout du Monde, a technical conference.

I cofounded in 2017 HelloExoWorld, a association to search for exoplanets using Warp10.

I’m also a teaching assistant in my former Engineer School, and sometimes I’m giving talks and writing stuff online.

Feel free to contact me!