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 intelligence platform, Codacy, has announced a successful Series B funding round of $15M. BrightPixel Ventures led the round with participation from Armilar Venture Partners, Faber Ventures, Caixa Capital, Join Capital, and Iberis Capital.
Reliability engineering platform Steadybit has announced $7.8 million in seed funding led by boldstart ventures. The company also announced the general availability of its chaos and reliability engineering platform.
AIOps pioneer Moogsoft has released its findings from a survey of DevOps and engineering leaders in its inaugural State of Availability Report. Per the report, “engineering teams are double-paying for monitoring, first with tools then with time — leaving employees stuck in monitoring cycles and strapped with fewer resources to spend on automation.”
Content Management News
Digital experience platform Liferay will exhibit at GITEX Global 2022 for the fifth time under the theme of ‘One Platform. Endless Solutions’. The company will showcase advanced solutions, including its new cloud-based DXP-as-a-Service offering.
Agile content platform WordPress VIP has unveiled a new integration for WordPress with Salesforce Marketing Cloud. WordPress for Salesforce will also be available in the Salesforce AppExchange.
Content Marketing News
Content marketing platform, Contently, has named Dawn DiLorenzo Head of Marketing. DiLorenzo will focus on the company’s brand awareness, lead generation, and sales enablement initiatives and join the executive team.
Account-based marketing and analytics firm Demandbase has announced that it has been recognized by G2 in 54 reports, including 42 grids across 11 different categories in the review company’s Fall 2022 reports.
Web Development News
Apple device management agency Jamf will work with AWS in the launch of a streamlined and powerful workflow to manage and provide an added layer of security to Amazon EC2 Mac instances at scale.
AWS Mexico will unveil a local hub in Q1 of 2023 in order to increase bandwidth for clients in the region. The hub will bring computing, storage, database, and other services closer to larger populations and IT centers. It would boost bandwidth for streaming video and other use cases.