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.
Moogsoft has announced that its AIOps product has been named a 2022 SIIA CODiE Award finalist in the Best DevOps Tool category. Moogsoft gives DevOps practitioners and SRE teams the tools to rapidly deploy apps and services while ensuring continuous availability.
Pulumi, a leader in cloud engineering, has announced Pulumi CrossCode, the universal translation technology powering Pulumi infrastructure and policy as code. CrossCode converts any infrastructure as code format, including Terraform, CloudFormation, Azure Resource Manager, and Kubernetes configuration, to any supported Pulumi language, which includes Java, Python, Go, .NET and others.
Salesforce DevSecOps platform provider AutoRABIT has announced a $26M Series B led by existing investor Full In Partners. The funding will go toward “growth initiatives and product development focused on continuing to solve the real security and development challenges faced by regulated companies using Salesforce.”
Content Management News
Leading headless content management platform Agility CMS has announced the expansion of its composability offerings by launching a new marketplace and redevelopment of its app framework. These changes aim to simplify how users integrate with third-party APIs and how developers build new applications.
A vulnerability has been identified in open source content management system dotCMS, allowing attackers to execute arbitrary commands on the underlying system. The pre-auth remote code execution vulnerability can be found in version 22.01 of dotCMS.
Web Development News
CodePath, a non-profit organization aiming to diversify America’s tech industry over the next decade, has announced a partnership with Course Hero and Workday. With the support of Schmidt Futures, CodePath will host a 10-week, paid pre-internship program to prepare rising college juniors for careers in tech.
Apple, Google, and Microsoft have jointly announced plans to expand support for a common passwordless sign-in standard created by the FIDO Alliance and the World Wide Web Consortium to make the web more secure and usable.
Sleuth has announced a $22M Series A funding round led by Felicis with participation from Menlo Ventures and CRV. Sleuth integrates with existing software development toolchains to provide insights to measure efficiency, and the funding will be used to improve product development and expand the sales and engineering teams.
Engineering efficiency platform LinearB has announced a $50M Series B round led by Tribe Capital with involvement from Salesforce Ventures, Battery Ventures, and 83North. The total funding for LinearB has now reached $71M. “The engineering efficiency platform correlates data from existing project management, Git, deployment, and incident management tools to provide workflow metrics used to optimize the development process.”