Welcome to the latest edition of the DevContentOps Weekly News Roundup. We update you on the latest news and hot stories related to DevOps, Content Management, Content Marketing, and Web Development
HSBC Signs Multi-Year DevOps Deal With CloudBees
HSBC Bank has signed a multi-year deal with DevOps platform CloudBees to standardize software delivery for 23,000 developers across the globe. Multiple components of the CloudBees platform, including CI/CD, feature management capabilities, and release orchestration, are all included in the agreement, which marks an expansion of the existing agreement between the two companies that had existed since 2015.
Oracle Adds AI Services to Cloud Portfolio
Leading technology company Oracle has released Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) AI Services. The services are set to simplify how developers use APIs to invoke services based on algorithms trained by Oracle. The move will enable developers to offload MLOps related data engineering tasks so that organizations that want minor AI capabilities won’t need to hire a completely new team.
Microsoft Unveils Latest Data Analytics, Server, and DevOps Products for Azure
At its annual enterprise-focused developer conference, Ignite, Microsoft announced the latest features for Azure, including Azure Container Apps being now available in preview alongside SQL Server 2022 and Azure Cosmos DB gaining a host of developer-oriented services.
Content Marketing News
The Future of B2B Marketing Has Been Recorded: Casted Launches New Amplified Marketing Category, Introduces World’s First Amplified Marketing Platform
Casted, a B2B marketing platform built around audio and video content, has unveiled a new category, dubbed Amplified Marketing. “With amplified marketing, marketing teams can harness the power of conversation, atomize it across other formats and channels, and deliver maximum impact to the brand and the business.”
Web Development News
MobiDev Explains Benefits of Progressive Web Apps in 2022
Ukrainian software engineering firm MobiDev has released a press release detailing some of the benefits and drawbacks of adopting progressive web applications (PWA) in 2022.