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.
Continuous intelligence pioneer Sumo Logic has released its latest integration with CircleCI and GitLab. These integrations will help development teams “build, run and measure the health of the entire software delivery lifecycle.”
Continuous orchestration platform for DevOps, Opsera has announced that Gartner has recognized it as a Representative Vendor in its Gartner Market Guide for DevOps Value Stream Management Platforms (VSMPs).
Kyndral, which recently spun off from IBM’s managed infrastructure services, has announced a partnership with Microsoft, declaring the Windows creator its only “premier global alliance partner.”
Content Management News
Digital experience platform, NoCap, has announced a strategic partnership with live events promotion leader Goldenvoice. NoCap is now considered the preferred streaming partner across Goldenvoice.
Digital experience platform Arc XP has added a Subscribe with Google integration into Arc Subscriptions. This addition will provide its news publishing clients with a seamless way to leverage Google’s simplified sign-in and checkout experience as part of their subscription strategies.
Sitecore has released its Holiday Shopping Trends 2021 Report with some interesting insights on the changes that online shopping has brought for Black Friday shoppers.
Content Marketing News
The latest research report from Technavio, “Content Marketing Market- Forecast and Analysis Report 2021-2025”, indicates that the market is expected to have a YOY growth rate of 15.73% in 2021 and is expected to grow at a CAGR of 16% between 2020 and 2025.
CMSWire reporter Dom Nicastro shares some insights on inbound marketing. “Inbound marketing is any marketing campaign where consumers initiate an interaction with a brand.”
Web Development News
Netlify, a platform for building, deploying, and scaling modern web applications, has announced its latest funding round has raised $105 million in funding, with a $2 billion company valuation. The funding will be used to accelerate the growth of the Netlify developer platform and Jamstack ecosystem.
No-code visual development platform Webflow has announced enhanced capabilities for its platform, including the addition of Membership and Logic. “Memberships will allow customers to “control and customize an experience when a user is logged in to their website and monetize content”. While Logic will allow “designers, marketers and developers to visually create custom, logic-based workflows and automations.”