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.
Continuous transformation platform LeanIX has revealed the findings of its State of Developer Experience Survey. Key findings from the survey include a gap in DevOps adoption that negatively impacts the developer experience and poses a threat to the business. Meanwhile, the efficient delivery of valuable software remains a differentiating, competitive advantage.
Leader in low-code DevOps Copado released its third annual “State of Salesforce DevOps” report. By collecting data points from Salesforce customers using DevOps, the report identifies the quality improvement, examines the possible causes of the decline in velocity, identifies the qualities of the thriving teams, and makes recommendations on how they can maximize their development resources.
Continuous Orchestration platform for DevOps, Opsera, has announced its availability on the Salesforce AppExchange. This listing will help enterprise customers shorten software delivery cycles, improve pipeline quality and security, lower operations costs, and better align software delivery to business outcomes.
Content Management News
Hybrid-headless CMS platform dotCMS has announced the latest edition of its platform, which includes a new drag-and-drop content palette and story-like block editor, as well as other enhancements to the content authoring experience. The new content palette with drag-and-drop makes page building easier and improves the flow of content editing.
The platform for structured content, Sanity, has announced a partnership with Shopify that includes a strategic investment. The partnership will provide Shopify merchants with new capabilities to significantly improve shopping experiences through inspiring product and brand content. Sanity represents the first CMS partner to launch an app for Shopify’s headless commerce framework, Hydrogen.
Content Marketing News
Creator monetization platform TipSnaps has launched TipPools.com, a new platform that will allow fans to crowdfund and start pay-per-view content requests from any Creator on the internet.
This Microsoft-sponsored article in Harvard Business Review highlights how companies need to adjust their marketing strategies to appease the workday consumer.
Web Development News
Data-first cloud security platform Normalyze has announced $22.2M in Series A funding, co-led by Battery Ventures and Lightspeed Venture Partners. The graph-powered platform allows security teams to continuously analyze, prioritize, and respond to cloud data threats and prevent sensitive data loss.
Amazon Web Services CEO Adam Selipsky explains that only 10% of IT has moved to the cloud today, and AWS could become Amazon’s most prominent business.