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.
Opsera, a Continuous Orchestration platform for DevOps, has announced a partnership with Octopus Deploy. This latest integration will enable software delivery teams to “quickly, securely, and seamlessly create a no-code orchestration layer for end-to-end software supply chain management.”
Merico, a code and development analytics innovator, has announced the release of its latest open source DevOps toolchain manager: DevStream. The command-line tool will provide developers with a fast and simple solution to configure, launch, and manage DevOps toolchains.
Content Management News
Research from Grand View Research, Inc has indicated that the digital experience platform (DXP) market will surpass $30.4 billion by 2030, growing at a rate of 13.3%. The growth is expected to come from increasing digital transformation and advances in technologies such as AI and ML that will impact the customer experience.
Adobe’s annual conference will occur on March 15-17. CMSWire’s Dom Nicastro has highlighted what attendees can expect as Adobe focuses on “making the digital economy personal with new product and technology innovations.”
Contentstack’s Catalyst Program has accepted its latest member, Conscia. Partnering with Contentstack will bring headless personalization to Conscia’s existing and prospective customers.
Content Marketing News
Scripted, an online marketplace for writers, has unveiled new AI-integrated tools, a “content creation system, combining machine learning ideation with expert writers and strategists.”
The Content Marketing Institute has opened the prestigious 2022 Content Marketing Awards for entries. It is the most extensive and longest-running international content marketing awards program on the planet, recognizing the best content marketing projects, agencies, and marketers in the industry each year.
Web Development News
No-code/low-code platform for cloud operations Blink has announced a $26 funding round. The round was led by Lightspeed Venture Partners, with participation from Entrée Capital, INT3, Hetz Ventures, and others. Funds will be used to grow the Blink team and expand their library of integrations.
Global technology research and advisory company Technavio has unveiled research that highlights the growth of coding bootcamps. “Several benefits such as increasing affordability of coding bootcamps, growing adoption of online learning, and the rising demand for MOOCs encourage student enrollments” will see the market grow to $772M by 2025.
Leading no-code visual development platform Webflow has been named the 4th most innovative company in North America as part of Fast Company’s annual list.