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.
GitLab has released the results from its annual DevSecOps survey. The survey highlights the continued prioritization of security and compliance, investment in toolchain consolidation, and the ongoing impacts of rapid DevOps adoption.
Infolob Solutions has strengthened its leadership with the appointment of Yzelle Conrad De Wet. The addition of De Wet, outlines Infolob's goal of delivering its global clientele a complete suite of digital transformation services “including cloud migration, cloud apps enablement/renovation, hybrid- and multi-cloud infrastructure managed services, database upgrades, and data management from a business intelligence viewpoint.”
Global learning community, DevOps Institute, has announced a subscription-based online educational destination known as SKILup IT Learning. The subscription-based service will offer online education focused on DevOps and Digital Transformation.
Content Management News
Headless CMS platform dotCMS has been named to the Constellation ShortList™ for Content Management Systems (CMS) - Hybrid in Q3 2022. Like the other vendors on the list, dotCMS “delivers critical transformation initiative requirements for early adopters and fast-follower organizations.”
VP of platform ecosystem at Hubspot and editor of Chiefmartech.com, Scott Brinker, will be the keynote speaker at Umbraco’s upcoming US Summit.
Content Marketing News
AI-powered design platform Looka has partnered with visibility management platform Semrush for its Looka’s Partner Marketplace program. Looka users will now be able to improve their visibility with SEO tools.
Content marketing and SEO startup Scalenut has raised $3.1M. The funding round was led by Saama Capital and Amit Singhal. The funding will be used to help the startup expand into new markets.
Web Development News
AI platform Qloo, helps brands analyze customer preference data to provide recommendations, including recommendations for entertainment and physical goods. The platform raised $15M in a Series B round led by Eldridge and AXA Venture Partners.