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.
Dell Technologies and Red Hat are expanding their long-standing partnership to provide new solutions that simplify deploying and managing on-premises, containerized infrastructure in multi-cloud environments. The combination will enable organizations to speed up cloud-native application development and operations (DevOps) while removing IT management barriers.
Universal deployment automation company Octopus Deploy has released two product enhancements to improve DevOps outcomes for enterprise teams, the ServiceNow Change Management integration and DevOps Insights for DORA metrics. The new features will allow enterprise DevOps teams to deploy software more effectively by eliminating error-prone manual processes associated with software change management.
Leader in low-code DevOps, Copado has launched the Quality Integration Framework. The framework integrates AI-driven Robotic Testing and CI/CD within its DevOps platform for Salesforce.
Enterprise company for Argo, Akuity.io, has launched the Akuity Platform. It is a fully-managed SaaS for simpler, safer, and faster Kubernetes application delivery using Argo. The platform will provide better insights into Kubernetes-based infrastructure, strengthen cluster security, improve scalability, and realize significant cost savings.
Content Management News
Headless CMS Hygraph has unveiled its latest API, enabling developers to pull content from various sources and put that content to work in multiple formats or even content-centric applications.
Content Experience Platform (CXP) Contentstack has added leading footwear brand ASICS to its customer base.
Commerce Experience Cloud, Bloomreach, has appointed Anirban Bardalaye as Chief Product Officer. Anirban will be responsible for accelerating the growth of the company’s three product pillars — Discovery, Engagement, and Content.
Content Marketing News
Modern content studio CreatorClub is providing an all-inclusive solution, from planning to studio space to distribution, that will help brands share big ideas, tell stories, and create high-quality, impactful content at scale.
Former marketing executive at Netflix, Myles Worthington, has launched Worthi, an ethnographic marketing, communications, and content company.
Web Development News
Oracle has announced that MySQL HeatWave is now available on Amazon Web Services (AWS). MySQL HeatWave combines OLTP, analytics, machine learning, and machine learning-based automation in a single MySQL database. It will enable AWS users to run transaction processing, analytics, and machine learning workloads in one service, without requiring time-consuming ETL duplication between separate databases.