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.
Global technology and security provider Thales has released a new secrets management solution. The solution, powered by Akeyless’ Vault Platform, allows customers to secure and manage DevOps and cloud workloads’ secrets.
AI-powered DevOps platform Digital.ai has unveiled Corbett. Through Corbett, organizations can deliver applications with better customer experiences and improve productivity for software development teams.
DevOps tools platform OpsVerse has launched Aiden. The secure and privacy-first DevOps copilot can leverage generative AI to simplify and automate all aspects of DevOps. Aiden works to bridge the gap between everyday users and complex DevOps tools, enabling users at all levels of an organization to use these solutions.
Content Management News
Reportlinker has released its latest CMS report analyzing global content management solutions by region and size while also assessing some of the latest trends driving growth in the market.
Digital experience software Sitecore has announced the complete integration of Open AI ChatGPT across all its solutions. The integration will enable marketers to integrate Generative AI functionality into the Sitecore-powered martech stack to drive personalization, supercharge efficiency, and content production at scale.
Content Marketing News
MarTech Series unveils its list of the top content marketing trends to note in 2023.
Scott Clark of CMSWire explains how social media has evolved in the last year as TikTok retains its popularity and customers seek out authentic content.
Web Development News
Software supply chain protection leader Codenotary has launched SBOMcenter. The solution will provide software producers and consumers a place to securely and freely generate, store, and share Software Bills of Materials.
Cloud developer platform Replit has completed a $97.4 million Series B funding round. The round was led by Andreessen Horowitz, with participation from ARK Ventures and SV Angel, among others. The company will use the funds to expand its cloud service for developers and continue innovating.