DevContentOps Weekly News Roundup Aug 19 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

Managed DevOps Tools Platform OpsVerse Doubles Revenue and Triples Customers

DevOps tools platform OpsVerse, has tremendous growth results, including doubling its revenue and tripling the number of customers in six months. Customers including Nimbus Dev, Uberduck, and industry-leading brands in fintech, telecom, and workforce management have joined the OpsVerse client list. Also, their Slack community has grown by 400%. 

Opsera Expands Enterprise-Wide SaaS DevOps Platform to Manage the Release Lifecycle Across SaaS Applications

Continuous Orchestration platform for DevOps, Opsera, has expanded its enterprise-wide SaaS DevOps capabilities to manage and modernize software releases. Enterprises will be able to deliver flawless, and secure SaaS releases up to 80% faster. The company also commissioned a study from Vernon Keenan, senior industry analyst at, finding evidence to highlight the need for these capabilities. 

Fewer Than One-Quarter of Organizations Have a DevSecOps Strategy

The latest research from Mezmo indicates that only 22% of organizations have developed a DevSecOps strategy. However, 62% of organizations have a plan or are evaluating use cases for it, indicating the potential for significant future growth in the industry. 

Content Management News

Bloomreach Named to 2022 Inc. 5000 List of America’s Fastest-Growing Private Companies

Commerce Experience Cloud platform Bloomreach has been named to the annual Inc. 5000 list, which ranks the fastest-growing private companies in America. 

dotCMS Partners with Raak Creative to Expand Services to Pacific region

Content management system dotCMS has partnered with Raak Creative, a company that serves ‘best-of-breed’ eCommerce businesses, to grow its partner ecosystem to better serve eCommerce companies globally.

Contentful Announces Key Executive Hires

The composable content platform, Contentful, has expanded its executive team by hiring Jason Holmes as President of Revenue and Field Operations, and Amy Kilpatrick as Chief Marketing Officer. The pair will be responsible for day-to-day revenue operations, the network of partners, and leading global marketing strategy. 

8 Things to Know About Composable DXP

In this article for CMSWire, Matthew McQueeny explains the concept of a composable DXP and 8 things enterprises should know about them.

Content Marketing News

Cameo Launches New Creator Economy App On Koji App Store

Cameo, leader in the creator economy, has launched Cameo Live on the Koji App Store. The latest app will allow talent using Cameo Live to access a seamless, direct, and high-converting way to connect with followers. 

Content Marketing Market Size to Grow by USD 487.24 billion with 38% of the growth from APAC

Global technology research and advisory firm, Technavio has released its “Content Marketing Market” report. It predicts the market's growth and highlights revenue-driving opportunities for businesses. 

Web Development News

Postman’s 2022 State of the API Report Finds APIs Dominate Software Development

Leading API platform Postman has released its 2022 State of the API Report. A survey of over 37,000 developers and API professionals, the report showcases industry-wide developments, challenges, and perspectives. 

Report by Perforce Software Forecasts that Streaming, the Cloud, and Creative Teams are the Future of Game Development

Leading provider of versioning, collaboration, and planning tools across the software development lifecycle, Perforce Software, has released the 2022 Game Development Trends & Forecast report. It highlights the trends, challenges, and predictions for the future of game development.

Superblocks Announces $37M in Funding to Reinvent Internal Software Development

Superblocks, a platform that enables developers to build custom internal tools quickly, has raised $37 million led by Kleiner Perkins, Greenoaks, Spark, and Meritech. 

Topics: News

Tags: Management