Articles By Daniel Palay

25 October 2018 News

Say Heya to the Elastic Search Awards

By Daniel PalayBritt Terry

We're honoring users who put the Elastic Stack to work transforming their business, pioneering new use cases, or generally making our world a better place.

06 September 2017 News

Elastic{ON} 2018 Call for Presentations: Your Story. Our Stage. You In?

By Daniel Palay

In 174 days, the worldwide Elastic community will gather in San Francisco for Elastic{ON} 2018 and the Call for Presentations is open now through October 31.

23 August 2017 News

Elastic Cause Awards 2.0

By Daniel Palay

The Elastic Cause Awards celebrate organizations and individuals who are using the Elastic Stack to do good. Applications for the 2018 Awards are open now.

18 July 2017 User Stories

Elastic Consulting: An Investment for Success at CBC/Radio-Canada

By Daniel Palay

CBC/Radio-Canada worked with Elastic's consulting services to redesign its online music experience across both French and English content.

18 May 2016 User Stories

Elastic, Yale, and the Quest to Cure Cancer

By Daniel Palay

How did one email in the weeks leading up to Elastic{ON}15 set us off on a 14-month path of discovery, reflection, and production? Read on...

10 September 2015 User Stories

A Post with a View: Elastic @ Viewpost

By Daniel Palay

Tommy Bollhofer – Viewpost's resident Database Architect – gives more insight into how they Elasticsearch and Shield help power their SaaS financial application

13 August 2015 User Stories

Better Data Makes For A Better World

By Daniel Palay

The idea of changing the world is a little trite in the tech world, but as you'll see, with Guidestar changing the world happens on a daily basis.

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24 April 2015 User Stories

Elastic{ON} Video of the Week: Scaling Elasticsearch for Production at Verizon: 500 Billion Documents & Counting

By Daniel Palay

Verizon Business has scaled Elasticsearch from a simple log analytics proof of concept into a 128-node production system handling 20 billion documents a day.