Career Profile

Nicolas Brousse, an Engineering and Operations Leader with strong Cloud Technologies expertise, became Director of Operations Engineering at Adobe (NASDAQ: ADBE) after the acquisition of TubeMogul (NASDAQ: TUBE). As TubeMogul’s sixth employee and first operations hire, Nicolas has built and grown Adobe/TubeMogul’s infrastructure over the past twelve years from several machines to over ten thousand servers that handle ±350 billions requests per day for clients like Allstate, Chrysler, Heineken and

Adept at adapting quickly to ongoing business needs and constraints, Nicolas leads a global team of site reliability engineers, cloud engineers, software engineers, security engineers, and database architects that build, manage, and monitor Adobe Advertising Cloud’s infrastructure 24/7 and adhere to “DevOps” methodology. Nicolas is a frequent speaker at top U.S. technology conferences and regularly gives advice to other operations engineers. Prior to relocating to the U.S. to join TubeMogul, Nicolas worked in technology for two decades, managing heavy traffic and large user databases for companies like MultiMania, Lycos and Kewego. Nicolas lives in Danville, CA and is an avid fisherman and aspiring cowboy.



Linux, Python, Ruby, PHP, Java, Javascript, Go, Jenkins, Graphite, Ganglia, Grafana, Nagios, Sensu, AWS, HAproxy, OpenStack, Puppet, Zookeeper, Kafka, Couchbase, MySQL, ElasticSearch/ELK, Splunk, HBase, Hadoop, Ubuntu, Debian, Docker, Container, Kubernetes, KVM, TCP/IP, Open vSwitch, etc.

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Nicolas Brousse

Engineering & Operations Leader

"Through my career I worked on small to large technical infrastructure and workload, helping businesses address their availability and scaling challenges. By showing strong business acumen and technical expertise, I understand the big picture and prove being a talented problem solver who can figure things out and get things done. Recent accomplishment include building a Global Operations Engineering Team and implementing a multi-cloud solution for a Fortune 500 to reduce COGS by 30%."