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Centreon appoints Vincent Untz as Chief Technology Officer (CTO)

Newsroom Centreon appoints Vincent Untz as Chief Technology Officer (CTO)

Centreon strengthens its technical teams and reaffirms its open source leadership with the appointment of Vincent Untz.


Paris, January 16, 2024Centreon, the leading partner in digital performance monitoring, strengthens its management team with the appointment of Vincent Untz as Chief Technology Officer (CTO)..

In this new role, Vincent will lead the technical team responsible for research and development (R&D), define Centreon’s technology strategy, and oversee the design and release of software solutions, including the implementation of Centreon Cloud, its SaaS solution.

Vincent’s main mission will be to ensure the Centreon monitoring software delivers maximum value and satisfaction to organizations and users, providing a rich, powerful, and scalable platform. Vincent will also be leading technological innovation and competitiveness efforts for Centreon’s solutions, anticipating market trends and needs, particularly in the areas of AI-driven monitoring and Green IT, through functionalities that help optimize IT’s carbon footprint.

Vincent comes to Centreon with a rich experience as a teacher and researcher at Grenoble’s Institut National Polytechnique and as a software engineer at SUSE. Before joining Centreon, he was VP Product & Engineering at Berger-Levrault. Vincent holds a PhD in Computer Science and an Executive MBA from EM-yon Business School.

Passionate about open source software, Vincent is fully involved and recognized in the global open source community. He has over 15 years of experience in Linux project management, including leadership of the openSUSE community project. As such, he will be one of the driving forces behind Centreon’s open source commitment and will strengthen Centreon’s leadership in this area.

We are delighted to welcome Vincent to Centreon’s Executive Committee. His extensive experience, skills, and knowledge will enable us to achieve our goal of becoming a global leader in IT monitoring in a highly competitive market. His unique open source software expertise is a strong asset for Centreon and underscores our commitment to the open source community,” said Julien Mathis, Centreon’s CEO.


About Centreon

A leader in digital performance monitoring, Centreon has been developing a unique expertise in monitoring infrastructure, networks, and digital user experience since 2005. A thousand clients, public organizations, enterprises, and MSPs worldwide, an extended network of 90 partners, and 250,000 users in 60 countries, count on Centreon every day. With a 160-people team working from five different countries, Centreon posts a 30% average yearly growth. For more information


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