I love working on cutting-edge technologies and challenging tasks where I can efficiently contribute my skills on enhancements to the project and build my professional career.
I currently work on large-scale storage solutions (up to thousands of servers / 100 petabytes) as a Senior Software Engineer at Scality (Paris).
In addition, I am in charge of the System Administration lectures and the UNIX tutorials at the ISTY engineering school, Versailles / Vélizy-Villacoublay.
I am a 10+ year-experienced engineer with a strong background in software development on Linux. As an example, I worked as an expert engineer and a project manager (4 to 6 members) at the Exascale Computing Laboratory (Intel) on the design and implementation of a research tool (CTI) used to perform application characterization analysis. It was deployed in the CORIA laboratory (Rouen) to provide performance monitoring (automatic generation of weekly reports presenting the last performance analysis of a combustion simulator). For more information regarding it, please check out the official website.
At DDN, I wrote a High Performance Computing oriented framework from scratch to enable test automation on a burst buffer in a distributed environment. The tool includes a scalable system deployment on Amazon EC2 ( up to 1000 nodes), a complete API to execute arbitrary code remotely, a performance testing system, a chart generator, a defect reproducer, and many other internal modules. At the end, I was in charge of the team management (engineers, team size: 3 to 5) and the research and development of the framework. The tool is fully operational, and used in Maryland (USA), Pune (India), and Paris (France) to extensively test multiple DDN's products.
I am also in charge of the System Administration lectures and the UNIX tutorials at the ISTY engineering school, Versailles / Vélizy-Villacoublay. I obtained a five-year degree (equivalent to the European master degree of computer science) in this school, and was ranked first during the three years.
LOC C/ C++ / JS
ms video latency using the HW encoder
RPi boards supported (cross-compilation)