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, and Content Marketing.
Business intelligence platform Sisense has announced its Sisense CI/CD Git integration module. This new module integrates with existing Git-based version control tools and supports DevOps methodologies. This makes it easy for developers to build, test and release analytics-related changes and avoid the mistakes of a lack of change control, such as incorrect data or broken dashboards.
GitOps company, Weaveworks, has announced that its GitOps project, Flux, has graduated from the Cloud Native Computing Foundation. As the highest level of maturity, graduation indicates the project underwent scrutiny and testing for security, longevity, and governance.
DevSecOps platform GitLab has announced a new way to use the solution with the limited availability of GitLab Dedicated, a single-tenant software as a service (SaaS) solution. The platform will focus on data residency, isolation, and private networking to meet complex compliance needs.
Content Management News
This article from SMG Events for CMSWire recaps a talk from James Kim, managing director of design for Concentrix, at Digital Experience Summit.
In this article for ComputerWorld. Keith Shaw dives into the changes happening in the content management space as companies opt for integrated services.
Content Marketing News
The Brains Digital Marketing has created a list of 42 free SEO tools to help marketers.
In this article for SearchEngineJournal, Julia McCoy gives brands a guide to creating a social media strategy.
Web Development News
Research rating and review platform GoodFirms has released its list of Top Web Development Companies from cities worldwide like Chicago, Los Angeles, Atlanta, Brisbane, Denver, Seattle, and Houston.
Drop-in authentication and user management solution for React, Clerk, has raised a $6.2M Seed Round. Andreessen Horowitz led the round with participation from S28 Capital, Fathom Capital, and South Park Commons. Clerk will use the funding to expand its suite of authentication and user management tools and create new tools to help B2B SaaS companies manage user and business accounts.