DevContentOps Weekly News Round Up Jan 7 2022


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.

DevOps News

BMC Innovations Provide Greater Data Visibility and Accelerate Mainframe DevOps Adoption

Leader in software solutions for the Autonomous Digital Enterprise, BMC, has announced new features and integrations for its BMC AMI (Automated Mainframe Intelligence) and BMC Computerware portfolios. These innovations will provide better data visibility and context-based insights across their IT environments. 

TLine is First to Launch Virtuozzo’s DevOps Platform-as-a-Service

Alternative cloud platform Virtuozzo recently announced that Latin American digital and cloud service provider TLine, will be the first to offer its DevOps Platform-as-a-Service. “DevOps PaaS expands TLine’s core digital offerings to include easy-to-use, easy-to-manage automated cloud application development and hosting.”

Content Management News

CrafterCMS Marketplace Gets New Google Plugins

CrafterCMS, the leading open-source, Git-based headless CMS for enterprises, announced that the CrafterCMS Marketplace now includes plugins and integrations with Google Analytics, Google Maps, and Google Tag Manager. The three new plugins join an expanding array of community-driven plugins for use by CrafterCMS’s growing user base of enterprise companies, government organizations, and high-growth startup companies.

IndexNow WordPress Plugin Released By Microsoft Bing

Microsoft Bing has released the IndexNow plugin for WordPress. IndexNow was released to provide a way for any search engine to be fed new and updated URLs for indexing. Microsoft Bing and Yandex are the only participants; however, Google is rumored to be a participant in the future. 

Yahoo Builds Out Shoppable Ad Tech With MikMak Deal

An announcement from Yahoo points out that the company will be partnering with the eCommerce platform MikMak. The integration with MikMak will see add-to-cart functionality and analytics for advertising campaigns added to YahooFinance, TechCrunch, and AOL. 

Zuddl Raises $13M for Its Virtual Events Platform 

Virtual events platform Zuddl has raised $13.35m as part of its Series A led by Alpha Wave and Qualcomm Ventures. The funding will be used to make virtual events easier to host, customize, and ultimately more engaging. Co-founder Bharath Varma sat down with TechCrunch to discuss the latest funding round and their plans for the future. 

Topics: News