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.
The Tech Ascension awards have recognized CodeScan Shield, a product from DevOps platform AutoRABIT. CodeScan Shield takes a three-pronged approach to managing a Salesforce environment—inventory management, governance, and analysis—along with a best-in-class static code analysis solution and has been named the DevOps Innovation of the Year for 2022.
AutomatePro, a ServiceNow automated testing platform, has raised £5M in a Series A funding round. YFM Equity Partners led the round, and the funding will be used to scale sales, marketing, and customer success. Funds will also be allocated to developing new innovative product modules and continued expansion into the US.
Cloud Asset Management solution for DevOps teams, Firefly, has announced its 2023 State of Infrastructure-as-Code (IaC) Report. The report highlights how companies manage their cloud infrastructure resources using IaC and provides a benchmark for DevOps and platform engineering teams to assess their own IaC usage.
Content Management News
Cloud platform for frontend developers Vercel has partnered with digital experience platform Sitecore "to deliver an end-to-end composable solution for building and deploying dynamic web experiences."
Cloud platform company Solodev has launched Solodev Serverless CMS. The cloud-native enterprise CMS which runs on AWS will be able to run high-availability workloads with unmatched scalability.
Content Marketing News
Full-service marketing agency Walker Sands has acquired B2B demand generation firm KoMarketing. The acquisition will enhance Walker Sands' capabilities in top-of-funnel demand generation activities, such as paid digital advertising and SEO for B2B audiences.
This article from MarTechSeries explains how to perform a content gap analysis.
Web Development News
After relaunching its Web IDE to better support remote development in cloud-based environments, GitLab has received positive user feedback.