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.
Devtron, a container management system and low-code delivery platform optimized for Kubernetes, has raised a $12 million funding round. Insight Partners led the round, and funding will be used to optimize resources and costs to increase DevOps automation and efficiency at scale.
End-to-end secure DevSecOps and data management platform Flosum has unveiled the Flosum Winter Release 2023. The platform simplifies Salesforce DevOps and includes improved ways to manage and secure development activity.
GitLab has released enhancements to its Security and Governance solution. The latest updates will allow organizations to integrate security and compliance throughout the software development lifecycle (SDLC) and secure their software supply chain.
Content Management News
Acquia, creators of Drupal, have entered the headless CMS market by introducing a “starter kit” that allows organizations to take advantage of headless features as needed.
Composable content platform Contentful unveiled the latest vision for composable content as well as new product innovations, including Contentful orchestration, Contentful Studio, and others.
Content Marketing News
Content marketing company okwrite Technologies will now be led by business mogul Rick Frasso. The company has unveiled a new logo, website, and hires to go along with the change in ownership.
Content marketing platform Contently has been named a leader in G2’s Enterprise Content Creation Software category.
Web Development News
Modern web development platform Netlify has released its latest Jamstack survey. Data from the survey indicates that “82% of Next.js developers are exploring a serverless approach to build websites and web apps.”
Data platform for developers Grafbase has raised $7.3 million in funding following a successful seed round. Next47 led the $5 million seed round with participation from Alven, Uncorrelated Ventures, and other angel investors. The company will move to increased product development and double its team size using the funding.