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.
LDRA, a provider of automated code analysis and software testing for business-critical markets, has announced an integration with Microsoft Azure DevOps. The integration will help small and medium-sized organizations deploy a core principle of DevSecOps - the shift-left strategy. Military and defense providers will be able to build security best practices into the earliest stages of software development.
Shipa, a cloud-native application API provider, has launched Shipa Insights. As part of the Shipa Cloud platform, Shipa Insights delivers reporting and metrics that allow DevOps and platform engineering teams to improve Kubernetes security and compliance policy enforcement across all workloads and accelerate their engineering efficiency with actionable data.
Leading in-stream observability platform Coralogix has announced a $142 million Series D funding round that brings the company’s total amount raised to $238 million. Co-led by new investors Advent International and Brighton Park Capital, Coralogix will use the funding to grow its go-to-market, product, and R&D teams within the Americas, EMEA, UK, and APAC.
Content Management News
WP Engine has announced it will acquire five of the most popular developer-centric WordPress tools from Delicious Brains to strengthen the company’s offerings for both traditional and headless managed WordPress.
Uniform.dev, a provider of a composable experience hub designed to connect, orchestrate, and accelerate the adoption of composable experience architectures,has announced it has been included in the list of Cool Vendors in the 2022 Gartner Cool Vendors in Digital Commerce report.
Content Marketing News
In this article for SearchEngineJournal, Matt Southern examines TikTok’s latest findings, indicating how businesses can combine paid and organic content to make advertising more effective.
Enterprise SEO platform seoClarity has acquired RankSense’s technology to further the growth of its new SEO execution platform, ClarityAutomate. The acquisition helps seoClarity go closer to providing the most complete SEO technology to test, execute, and automate challenging SEO projects at scale.
Web Development News
Amazon Web Services (AWS) has added support for its Dedicated Hosts platform to its on-premises cloud-in-a-box solution, Outposts. In addition, AWS is moving into the “pre-cloud” space by making its Storage Gateway Hardware Appliance available via third-party resellers.
WorkOS, a platform that enables developers to quickly add enterprise features like SSO, has raised $80m in Series B financing, led by Greenoaks with participation from previous investors Lachy Groom, Lightspeed Ventures, and Abstract Ventures.