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.
Code visibility platform CodeSee has launched CodeSee Enterprise. The platform will allow developers to create a Google Maps-like experience for their code workflow. The new release will help large software teams to ship code more efficiently.
Low-code DevOps platform Copado has launched a DevSecOps training module to make software releases faster and more secure. The self-paced online training to upskill DevOps professionals, administrators, developers, and architects in DevSecOps best practices.
Cloud-Native Application Protection Platform (CNAPP), Tigera, has announced its new container security features. They include malware protection during runtime, Image Assurance with container image scanning, runtime visibility of vulnerable workloads, and admission control policies.
Content Management News
Leading content management system, dotCMS has released an Interactive Roadmap to encourage the continuous development of dotCMS products and features. The three goals of the roadmap are to Welcome, Inform and Promote Transparency.
Web, content management, and eCommerce platform, Core dna, has appointed Shad Madsen as CEO. Current CEO and founder Sam Saltis will continue to be involved in the company and act as Executive Chairman of the Board.
Content Marketing News
In this Forbes article, co-founder of global marketing agency LouderOnline Aaron Agius outlines some insights you can gain from studying your competitors’ content.
In this article for CMSWire, Marcia Trask explains how B2B marketers can start asking the right questions to deliver the best content to their audience.
Web Development News
Modern web development platform, Netlify, has announced Next.js Runtime. It will deliver an improved experience for developers using Next.js to build websites and web apps faster and at scale.
Amazon Web Services has announced the launch of its second Region in the Middle East, the AWS Middle East (UAE) Region. Developers, startups, enterprises, and AWS users of all sizes will have more options for running applications and serving end users from data centers located in the UAE.
Microsoft has launched a one-stop shop for tools and resources that enable Java developers to productively code, deploy and scale their apps.