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.
Leading DevOps platform Copado has announced it has achieved a Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program (FedRAMP) “In Process” authorization. A precursor to becoming fully FedRAMP authorized, Copado will help federal agencies to improve the quality, security, and speed of their software delivery and cloud transformations.
Pulumi, a leader in cloud engineering, has released a new Business Critical edition of its Cloud Engineering Platform. The latest release includes “advanced security and compliance features, premium support, new partnerships, and self-hosting options to support the most sophisticated production workloads in the modern cloud.”
DevOps Institute has announced the 2022 State of Site Reliability Engineering (SRE) Survey. Using this survey, the DevOps institute will collect input from the global IT community on the latest trends and best practices for SRE.
Content Management News
CrafterCMS, the leading open-source headless CMS for enterprises, has closed a second institutional funding round from Lighter Capital. After previously partnering with Lighter Capital in 2019, this larger second round of capital investment will fuel continued growth for the headless CMS.
API-first platform Agility CMS has partnered with HubSpot with its latest integration that will enable users to easily add landing pages to their websites.
Ronak Gonatra’s article for CMSWire discusses the technology requirements needed to meet today’s customer demands for digital experiences.
Content Marketing News
Global leader in digital asset management (DAM) Bynder has acquired the ContentOps platform GatherContent. Bynder seeks to develop a comprehensive platform and add collaborative workflow and editorial processes for content creation capabilities.
B2B marketplace DesignRush has collected data from its agency network to determine the top emerging platforms and tools businesses should utilize in 2022.
Web Development News
This TechCrunch article focuses on Athenian, a startup that analyzes your software delivery workflow and gives you insights without feeling like a surveillance tool for the engineering team.
ResearchAndMarkets.com has released a report on the paradigm shift that is low-code/no-code tools. It assesses the current state and future potential of LCNC in multiple industries such as financial services, technology, retail, healthcare, and manufacturing.