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.
Privileged Access Management (PAM) solutions provider Delinea has unveiled new features for its Privilege Manager and DevOps Secrets Vault products. The updates will enable teams to implement the controls required to secure or renew cyber insurance policies.
Cloud Asset Management and Infrastructure-as-Code automation platform Firefly can now integrate with the monitoring and security platform for cloud applications, Datadog, via an integration available in the Datadog marketplace.
Liquid Software company JFrog has announced that the JFrog Advanced Security solution will now be available via self-hosted deployment licenses. The new deployment option offers more flexibility for customers managing hybrid environments and brings developers, operations, and security teams together to safeguard the software supply chain.
The hackers who breached defenses at password manager LastPass were able to do so via one of four DevOps engineers. After targeting their home computer with keylogger malware, the hackers obtained their credentials and were able to breach the cloud storage environment.
Content Management News
Open-source headless CMS Strapi is releasing a cloud-hosted version of its content management system. With Strapi Cloud, developers will no longer need to manage servers but instead have everything handled by Strapi.
Answers platform Yext has added a Content Generation feature to its Knowledge Graph product. The new feature will enable the CMS to generate its own content automatically.
Composable digital experience provider Contentstack has released its latest front-end hosting service offering, Contentstack Launch. The new service will enable enterprises to stand up full-stack digital experience development environments, thus reducing organizational friction and technical obstacles while accelerating business outcomes.
This CMSWire article explores how organizations can use composable thinking to elevate the digital experience.
Content Marketing News
B2B creative and digital marketing agency Virtua Brands has formed a new direct response content marketing division.
Content marketing SaaS company, Contently has released its annual content marketing report. The report, which surveys the market to uncover key content marketing trends, challenges, and opportunities, has discovered unique insights into the priorities of talent and technology within content marketing teams.
All-in-one marketing platform for financial advisors, FMG, has launched a new AI-powered content personalization engine for social media content. The product leverages the Vestorly AI-powered content curation and compliance platform and OpenAI GPT to deliver compliant, one-click personalization of its content.
Web Development News
Southwest Airlines has chosen AWS as its preferred cloud provider. AWS’ portfolio of cloud technologies, including Redshift and SageMarker, will help Southwest Airlines to improve its digital transformation efforts, deliver a responsive customer support experience, streamline operations, and unveil advanced digital solutions.
Developers who contribute code to any project GitHub will need to use 2FA from March 13. The change is meant to bolster the software supply chain.
Project management solution for software teams, Zenhub, has raised $10 million in a Series A funding round. The round was led by Yaletown Partners, with participation from BMO Capital Partners and BDC Capital. The funding will be used to expand the platform audience beyond technical teams using GitHub.
GraphQL API security and governance platform Inigo has raised $4.5M in seed funding from Engineering Capital, Hetz Ventures, and NextGen Venture Partners. The funding will be used to scale engineering and go-to-market initiatives.