DevContentOps Weekly News Roundup May 20 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

Copado Becomes First Low-Code DevOps Company to Attain Broad Security Compliance Across All Products

Leader in low-code DevOps, Copado has achieved SOC 2 Type 1, ISO 27001, and GDPR compliance for its three main product lines, the CI/CD DevOps platform, Copado Robotic Testing, and Copado Essentials. Achieving these globally recognized security standards follow Copado’s recent FedRAMP “In Process” authorization designation and listing on the FedRAMP marketplace. 

Zesty Unveils Zesty Disk for Kubernetes, Providing DevOps with Elastic Storage for Dynamic Kubernetes Workloads 

Zesty, a provider of automatic rightsizing of cloud resources, has released Zesty Disk for K8s. “This dynamic block storage auto-scaler can now be applied to K8s clusters to right-size EBS volumes, improve application stability, and reduce storage costs by up to 70% – all while relieving engineers of the burden of managing volumes.”

Deloitte Expands its Cloud Observability Practice With Targeted Solutions for Clients

Deloitte has expanded its cloud observability practice, which encompasses DevOps principles, AI/ML, cloud complexity management, and software engineering. Deloitte will leverage the Dynatrace Software Intelligence Platform’s extensive observability and advanced AIOps capabilities to develop targeted solutions for clients and accelerate digital transformation for the world’s largest organizations.

New Relic Introduces Vulnerability Management

Observability company New Relic has unveiled New Relic Vulnerability Management, which will help organizations find and address security risks faster and with greater precision. “With this launch, every engineer in the software team, including security engineering teams, can use New Relic as the default platform to aggregate native and third-party security signals in the context of the entire software stack for a comprehensive approach to security and risk management.”

Content Management News

Storyblok Raises $47M Series B Led by Mubadala Capital and HV Capital to Make Headless Content Management the New Standard

Enterprise headless CMS Storyblok has announced the close of its $47M Series B financing. The funding round was led by Mubadala Capital and HV Capital and joined by existing investors 3VC and firstminute capital. Storyblok had previously raised $11 million.

Delivering A Seamless Omnichannel Customer Experience

In this Forbes article, Greg Kihlström, an advisor on CX and Digital Transformation at GK5A, explains how to do omnichannel customer experience well.

Content Marketing News

TitleTap Releases Content Marketing Service To Drive Traffic To Websites

TitleTap, a provider of law firm and title company websites, has unveiled its new content marketing service, Socialite. The service automatically publishes relevant content to their websites and drives more traffic from social media and search engines.

Digital Marketing Impact Report 2022 Presented by Spotify

Variety’s Digital Marketing Impact Report presented by Spotify spotlights marketing experts behind the most innovative content promotions of the past year.

Web Development News

Developer Survey: Javascript and Python Reign, but Rust Is Rising

Analyst firm SlashData’s “State of the Developer Nation, 22nd Edition” survey of more than 20,000 developers in 166 countries was taken from December 2021 to February 2022. It featured information that JavaScript and Python remain the most popular programming languages, while the use of Rust has quadrupled. 

IBM Signs Strategic Collaboration Agreement with Amazon Web Services to Deliver IBM Software as-a-Service on AWS

The agreement between IBM and AWS will provide clients with quick and easy access to IBM Software that spans automation, data and AI, security and sustainability capabilities, is built on Red Hat OpenShift Service on AWS (ROSA), and runs cloud-native on AWS. 

Topics: News