DevContentOps Weekly News Roundup Feb 10 2023


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. 

DevOps News

Prodly DevOps Now Available on Atlassian Marketplace

Prodly, a DevOps platform for Salesforce is now generally available for Jira. Prodly DevOps enables customers to see every deployment associated with Jira issues and also initiate new deployments from within Jira.

Software Supply Chain Security Firm Lineaje Raises $7 Million

Lineaje, which helps organizations secure their software supply chain, has completed a $ 7 million seed funding round led by Tenable Ventures. There was also participation from Dreamit Ventures and Veear Capital. The funds will enable Lineaje to accelerate go-to-market operations and headcount. 

Cloudy with a Chance of Malware – What’s Brewing for DevOps?

The NewStack looks at the changes coming to DevOps in 2023. 

Content Management News

Why Digital Teams Need to Embrace the New Composable Era

Jimmy Ekbäck explains what functionality digital teams need to meet customer expectations today. 

dotCMS Announces New Global Director of Partnerships, Paul Abdool

Hybrid content management system, dotCMS has hired Paul Abdool as its new Global Director of Partnerships. Abdool brings experience from WayPath Consulting, where he was a CMS implementation partner. 

Content Marketing News

Grazitti Interactive Unveils Top Content Marketing Trends for 2023

Global digital services provider Grazitti has unveiled its eBook, Content Marketing Trends Lookbook: Make Your Content Strategy Top Notch in 2023 and Beyond, highlighting how companies can make their 2023 content strategy recession-proof. 

The Top Content Marketing Agencies In February, According To DesignRush

DesignRush identifies 17 of the top content marketing agencies making waves worldwide. 

Web Development News

Atlassian’s Jira Product Discovery Is Now Open to All

Atlassian has announced that its Jira Product Discovery tool is now in beta. The tool enables engineering and business teams to prioritize and collaborate on new product ideas and is set for general availability in the next three months. 

Microsoft-Owned GitHub to Close SF Headquarters, Lay Off 10% Of Workforce

Software collaboration platform GitHub has laid off 10% of its workforce and will close all offices, including its San Francisco headquarters. The company also plans a gradual move toward becoming a fully-remote company. 

Topics: News