About Asaf Yigal

Asaf Yigal is co-founder and VP Product at Prior to, Asaf co-founded Currensee, a social-trading platform, which was later acquired by OANDA in 2013. Prior to Currensee, Asaf played executive roles at Akorri in developing an end-to-end performance monitoring platform and at Onaro in developing a storage resource management platform. Both Akorri and Onaro were acquired by NetApp. Prior to Onaro, Asaf headed a research team in the Israeli Navy, taking an artificial intelligence system to military deployment. Asaf holds a B.S. from the Technion and is an Instrument-rated private pilot.

September 2015 is a Platinum Sponsor of DevOpsDays Boston

By | September 2nd, 2015|Blog, Community|

If you’d like to share some lobster rolls or update us on anything else in the Hub of the Universe, has some free passes to DevOpsDays Boston!

August 2015

Role-Based Access, S3 Archiving & Fluentd with’s ELK

By | August 13th, 2015|Blog, Company News|

After added alerts to our ELK as a service, we have now increased ELK's functionality even more following positive feedback from the community.

July 2015

How to Integrate AWS CloudTrail and the ELK Stack

By | July 16th, 2015|Amazon Web Services, Blog|

Amazon Web Services' CloudTrail feature complements the logging of our environment’s activity with the ELK Stack. Here's how to combine the two.

May 2015 Introduces Alerts to the ELK Platform

By | May 14th, 2015|Blog, Company News|

ELK's is used in forensics to visualize trends. Receiving alerts about changes completes the picture by telling users when a problem occurs.

March 2015

Why You Should Upgrade to Kibana 4

By | March 15th, 2015|Blog, Kibana|

We explored the new Kibana 4 features that aim to resolve past issues and provide further flexibility. After our study, here are the five best features.

January 2015

How to Secure APIs in the Play Framework

By | January 22nd, 2015|Blog, Play Framework|

At, we're using the Play 2.0 framework and wanted to share our experience hardening and securing this part of our architecture.

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