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.
Internal developer platform Port has raised $7M in seed funding in a round led by TLV Partners. With Port, developers will have a single unified portal where they will be able to access, check, review, understand and modify infrastructure resources and components.
Open source development platform Gitpod has raised $25M in a Series A funding round. GitHub founder Tom Preston-Werner led the round with participation from existing investors, including General Catalyst. The funding will be used to launch a new Cloud Development Environments (CDEs) category and accelerate platform production.
Liquid software company JFrog has announced the financial results for the third quarter of 2022. Revenues rose 34% YoY for a total of $72M, cloud revenues increased 60% YoY, and the company also launched advanced security, a DevOps-centric solution to protect the software supply chain from end to end.
Content Management News
CMS platform WordPress has released version 6.1 of the software, “Misha .”The latest release includes improvements to the design tooling consistency of its core blocks and expanded template options and themes.
Digital experience platform Magnolia has opened a new office in Sydney, Australia. The company seeks to expand its reach in the Asia-Pacific region with its eighth office.
Content Marketing News
PR and full-service marketing agency UberStrategist has announced the acquisition of VirTasktic. The addition adds a full suite of content marketing services to ÜberStrategist’s existing expertise in influencer activations, public relations, community management solutions, and other campaigns.
In this article for The Drum, Gavin Jordan highlights the key content marketing trends for 2023, including eCommerce, the Metaverse, and Data & Privacy.
Web Development News
Serverless data platform Xata will provide an easy way for developers, particularly those building Jamstack sites, to access a data platform without hiring a team of developers to build one internally from scratch. Developers will be able to use Xata to preview and test data before merging to production.
API documentation generator Bump has created a central repository for all things API-related. The platform helps to maintain and use APIs across the organization and be a single source of truth with up-to-date information and changelogs.