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.
AI-Powered DevOps Platform, Digital.ai, has unveiled the latest version of its platform. The new Digital.ai will provide expanded intelligence, automation and collaboration to help companies accelerate digital transformation.
Liquid Software company JFrog has released JFrog Advanced Security. It is a binary-focused, DevSecOps solution that provides holistic security coverage. The solution will provide a complete platform experience and scale coverage for software supply chain security.
Conversational AI solution for DevOps, Kubiya, has completed a $6M Seed round. Hyperwise Ventures led the round with participation from investors Pierre Lamond, Giora Yaron, and others. With the funding, Kubiya will expand its go-to-market strategy and extend its offering to redefine DevOps processes in businesses of all sizes.
Content Management News
Digital experience platform, Sitecore, has unveiled three new composable offerings. Content Hub One is an agile, headless CMS that seamlessly combines content modeling, authoring and consumption into a single interface. Sitecore Search is an innovative AI-powered search and discovery function that provides marketers with a unified delivery system. Sitecore Connect is a technology stack optimizer that allows brands to seamlessly connect Sitecore products to their existing infrastructure.
Hybrid-headless content management system, dotCMS has appointed Mehdi Karimi, as Director of Cyber Security and Damen Gilland as Product Manager.
Content Marketing News
Content marketing platform Contently has hired Brooke Gocklin as its new Editor-in-Chief. Gocklin will oversee the strategy, creation, and execution of Contently’s content marketing programs and publications.
Content Marketing Institute’s latest report reveals that 71% of content marketers say that content marketing has become more important to their organization over the last year. However, only 29% consider their programs very or extremely successful.
Web Development News
AWS unveils a plan to invest $5 billion over the next 15 years to strengthen its infrastructure in Thailand. It includes the construction of data centers and the purchase of goods and services from regional businesses.
Red Hat has announced the general availability of Red Hat Enterprise Linux for Workstations on AWS. The cloud-based, virtual workstation is built on the hardened innovation foundation of Red Hat Enterprise Linux. It will enable animation rendering or data visualization workloads without the associated hardware costs or administrative requirements.