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 integration and delivery (CI/CD) platform CircleCI has announced a partnership with GitLab. Developers can trigger pipelines in CircleCI from GitLab forked merge requests and receive performance and health metrics to its customers on GitLab SaaS.
Automated vulnerability management platform, Rezilion, has announced a partnership with leading CI/CD platform CircleCI. The partnership will enable customers to detect, prioritize and remediate software vulnerabilities early in the product development lifecycle.
MLOps company Iterative has launched the Iterative Studio Model Registry, the first machine learning model registry based on GitOps principles. The registry uses GitOps for model lifecycle management, meaning an organization’s Git is the single source of truth.
Content Management News
GENUI has announced a significant investment into digital experience platform Magnolia. The investment will see GENUI acquire a majority stake in the platform and inject considerable growth capital.
Content experience platform Contentstack has announced that home appliance manufacturer BSH has selected them to replace its current monolithic architecture with a MACH-based system.
Content Marketing News
Content Marketing Institute has announced the 80 category winners for the prestigious 2022 Content Marketing Awards. The awards recognize the best content marketing agencies, projects, and marketers in the industry.
In this Forbes article, co-founder of Calendar, John Hall, highlights four tips organizations can use to overcome changes in content strategy.
Web Development News
Open source backend development platform, ChiselStrike has announced $7M in seed funding to accelerate platform development. Norwest Venture Partners led the round with participation from Blumberg Capital and Netlify’s Jamstack Innovation Fund. Returning investors Essence VC, First Star Ventures, and Mango Capital were also participants.
Amazon Web Services generated $19.74 billion in revenue in the second quarter of 2022. This represents a 33% increase from the previous quarter and also beats analyst estimates.
Retool, an application development platform, has announced $45M in Series C2 funding. The funding takes Retool’s valuation to $3.2 billion. Led by existing investors Sequoia Capital, the funds will be used to grow the team and further its international growth while developing new products and improving the platform.