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.
Codefresh Inc., powered by Argo, “streamlines cloud-native application deployment, making modern software delivery possible at an enterprise scale.” When it launches on Feb 1, the Codefresh Software Delivery Platform will offer the best of GitOps and Argo in a single secure, scalable, and cohesive platform.
Research from security vendor F-Secure indicates that IT staff are more likely than their peers within an organization to click on phishing links. They are also less likely to report threats.
DevOps Institute has announced its latest Continuing Education Program. The program will provide certified members with the skills and knowledge to remain relevant and optimize emerging trends to meet their goals.
GitOps company Weaveworks has announced its acquisition of cloud-native security innovator Magalix. Weaveworks plans to further its vision of automating Kubernetes application and infrastructure operations with this move.
Content Management News
In the first half of September 2021, dozens of WordPress sites were backdoored with malicious code. The hackers gained full control over 40 themes and 53 plugins belonging to AccessPress Themes, a Nepal-based company with 360,000 active website installations.
Agility CMS has been named in G2’s Winter 2022 Grid for Headless CMS. Responses from real, verified users from G2’s community were the main reasons behind the position.
All-in-one SaaS digital experience platform Expresia has launched across the globe. President and CEO Marc Charalambous said, “Expresia turns any company into a truly digital organization that can easily deliver unique digital experiences to each and every stakeholder across all brand interactions in real time.”
Xyleme, a market leader in component content creation, has announced the rebranding of its content authoring, management, and delivery platform’s core modules to Xyleme Create™ and Xyleme Syndicate™.
Content Marketing News
Demandwell, an SEO Platform for B2B SaaS Marketers, has launched SEO Campaigns, a product that allows marketers to run SEO like they run their ad campaigns. Marketers will be able to “focus their SEO strategies, better report on organic performance, and integrate keyword strategy into existing marketing campaigns and initiatives.”
SiteLogic’s primary course, Digital Marketing: Core Skills (OMCA certification), prepares individuals and teams for the OMCA exam, which tests the core competency skills in six areas of Digital Marketing: SEO, PPC, Social Media Marketing, Content Marketing, Email Marketing, and Data Analytics.
Web Development News
The.com aims to ditch the template-based approach that’s become an industry standard among low-code startups. With $4.4 million in seed funding, the company will also allow creators to collaborate with each other.
Multinational construction group Skanska has migrated its SPIK software suite to Wisej, a web-based .NET solution. “Wisej’s modernization toolkit provides an extensive control suite and requires minimal changes to the application’s UI and business logic.”
Data warehouse startup Firebolt recently raised $100m in a Series C funding round to take its valuation to $1.4 billion. The funding will be used to expand its product and engineering team.