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.
Open source-based DevOps tools platform OpsVerse will be incorporated into Opsara to provide customers with improved, integrated observability in the private cloud. By incorporating OpsVerse, Opsara users will experience similar advantages as a SaaS solution, including fully managed services, high availability, and low TCO.
Integrated DevOps and deployment platform Zeet has closed a $4.3M seed funding round led by Sequoia Capital. There was also participation from current investor Race Capital and leaders from AWS, Google, Twitch, and others.
Modern cloud cost management tool Finout has launched FinOps Dashboards. DevOps and Finance teams will be able to analyze data in terms of cost per transaction or cost per customer. They can then translate these technical costs into collaborative visualizations.
Content Management News
In this CMSWire article, Ryan Bennett explains the significance of Sitecore’s latest foray into software as a service with Sitecore XM Cloud.
Acquia DXP has been listed in seven categories spanning digital experience and the customer experience in Q3 2022 as part of the Constellation ShortList program.
Content Marketing News
Business Research Company’s Digital Marketing Software Global Market Report 2022 dives into the reasons for the growth of digital marketing. Findings include the rising use of smartphones and the presence of social media.
Content Marketing Institute’s Content Marketing World conference will be held in Cleveland, OH, from September 13-16. Another virtual edition of the conference will also be held from September 21-22.
Web Development News
Vercel has announced the launch of its Vercel Templates Marketplace. The marketplace will showcase the different applications you can build on Vercel, including blogs, eCommerce storefronts, and more.
Lucidity, a cloud storage orchestration platform, has raised $5.3m in seed funding. AlphaWave Investments led the round with participation from Beenext, NuVentures, Sparrow Capital, Blume Ventures, and BoldCapital. The funding will be used to accelerate efforts toward international expansion.
Investor in developer-first startups Heavybit has closed Heavybit Holdings IV, L.P., an $80 million early-stage fund, to increase its check size and portfolio support. The fund will lead Pre-Seed and Seed rounds for startups redefining how teams build, deploy, secure, and scale mission-critical software.