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.
GitHub’s latest update, which was released on April 26th — GitHub Desktop 3.0, will provide users with a series of productivity and DevOps workflow collaboration enhancements that will make it easier for DevOps teams to stay up to date with code changes and requests.
Leading SaaS solution for enterprise software delivery, Qualibrate is revolutionizing SAP DevOps to help businesses achieve greater productivity and revenue. The platform “provides a frictionless process for businesses to integrate software for automation, disrupting the conventional documenting, training, and testing approaches.”
Content Management News
WP Engine has recently announced its headless WordPress solution Atlas, is now available to businesses of all sizes with four new headless WordPress plans. The headless WordPress platform enables faster dynamic sites and the flexibility and security of headless solutions.
YuJa, a leader in enterprise video solutions, has announced that an agreement to provide Stanford University School of Medicine with its Enterprise Video Platform has been extended for three years. The platform is used as a video CMS and content repository.
Content Marketing News
In this The Drum article, Niki McMorrough, commercial director at Relevance, explains how to build a content funnel for a luxury brand.
CADENAS PARTsolutions and Content Marketing Institute will host the newest Industrial Marketing Summit as part of Content Marketing World 2022.
Web Development News
MuleSoft has announced Anypoint Code Builder, “a new integrated development environment (IDE) that empowers developers to create APIs and integrations with a modern user experience built on Visual Studio Code, the popular code editor.”
Amazon has reported a net loss of $3.8bn in Q1 of 2022, compared with a net income of $8.1bn in Q1 of 2021. The loss comes as AWS has grown 34% annually over the last two years and 37% year-on-year in the first quarter.