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.
Microsoft recently announced Defender Cloud Security Posture Management and Defender for DevOps at its annual Ignite conference. The new offerings form part of Microsoft’s Defender for Cloud service (previously Azure Defender), which manages software development and runtime security across multicloud, multiple-pipeline environments.
Mobile DevOps company, Bitrise, has acquired Flare. Build. The company provides the backend services needed to realize the full potential of the Bazel build system. The Flare product suite and expertise will be integrated into Bitrise’s Mobile DevOps Ecosystem and continue to focus on increasing developer productivity.
GitLab, in partnership with Google Cloud, has launched Cloud Seed. The new capability within GitLab simplifies the developer experience for procuring and consuming cloud services. It also enables GitLab and Google Cloud customers to migrate to the cloud using a single platform and consolidate their tech stack without slowing cloud adoption.
Content Management News
Headless CMS Storyblok has announced an expansion to the Asia-Pacific region. The company has also hired Marcus Paterson as its APAC Sales Manager.
Commerce Experience Cloud platform Bloomreach has announced the launch of 15 new products during Q3 of 2022. The latest products span Bloomreach’s pillars of Engagement, Discovery, and Content.
Content Marketing News
Content creation and services company Skyword has beta-launched Idea Centers. Through Idea Centers, marketers can source new content ideas from creators across Skyword’s global talent network.
Bubbl, a mobile marketing platform, has appointed Taz Hossain as Chief Revenue Officer (CRO) and Ollie Aynsley as Head of Commercial. The company continues to onboard talent following a significant funding round.
Web Development News
Technology workforce development company Pluralsight has launched Pluralsight Flow to help engineering teams accelerate software delivery and Investment Profile, designed for engineering leaders to align engineering efforts to company priorities, justify investments, and accurately capitalize R&D expenses.
Endor Labs, a dependency lifecycle management platform, has raised $25M in Seed funding. Lightspeed Venture Partners let the round with participation from Dell Technologies Capital, Sierra Ventures, and executives from Palo Alto Networks, Zoom, Snowflake, and more. The funds will help to accelerate growth and expand operations.