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.
End-to-end API security company Wallarm has released its API ThreatStats report. It revealed that the most harmful vulnerabilities analyzed in Q3 impacted DevOps tools and infrastructure, which shifted many organizations’ security focus.
DevSecOps platform CloudTruth raised a $2.4M Seed Round to scale its cloud configuration product for development and operations teams. UBMB led the round with participation from Glasswing Ventures, Stage 1 Ventures, and York IE. Christian Tate has also joined the company as CEO.
Cybersecurity solution provider Security Compass has published its latest report: 2022 DevSecOps Perspectives on AppSec Training. The study examined the maturity levels and approaches of application security training and certification for software developers.
Developer security company Synk has unveiled SynkLaunch Fall 2022. The launch showcases many of the latest innovations the company has made, including the general availability of SnykCloud, better features for securing the software supply chain, and improved reporting capabilities.
Content Management News
In this article for CMSWire, the CEO of ValueWalk Jacob Wolinsky highlights five mistakes companies should avoid when selecting a CMS.
Accessibility-as-a-Service platform eSSENTIAL Accessibility has partnered with content platform Contentful. As a result of the partnership, Contentful users can leverage eA’s comprehensive solution to achieve and maintain compliance with global accessibility regulations.
Content Marketing News
In this article for SearchEngineJournal, Alexander Kesler gives tips on balancing an SEO strategy with the company’s broader marketing goals.
Web Development News
Netlify, the platform for modern web development, has unveiled the findings of its latest Jamstack Community Survey. The importance of remote work, interest in Web3, and React's continued popularity were some key talking points found.
Amazon Web Services (AWS) has launched new data centers in the AWS Europe (Zurich) Region. Over 2,500 full-time jobs will be supported annually at external businesses in the Swiss data center supply chain, with a planned $5.9 billion (5.9 billion Swiss francs) investment through 2036. Additionally, the AWS Europe (Zurich) Region will add an estimated $16.3 billion (16.3 billion Swiss francs) to Switzerland’s gross domestic product (GDP) during the next 15 years.