DevContentOps Weekly News Roundup May 15 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, and Content Marketing. 

DevOps News

GitLab Partners with Tech Data to Bolster DevOps Security

DevSecOps platform GitLab and IT services company Tech Data have partnered to address DevSecOps demand in the APAC market. Tech Data will become the regional distributor for GitLab in New Zealand, Singapore, Australia, India, Japan, Malaysia, Indonesia, and Vietnam.

Grid Dynamics Achieves Microsoft’s Advanced DevOps Specialization for Digital & App Innovation Partners

Digital transformation solutions provider Grid Dynamics has achieved Microsoft’s Advanced DevOps Specialization for Digital & App Innovation Partners. The specialization highlights their advanced expertise in various Microsoft products and application development. 

Content Management News

Harness the Power of Wix’s Business Solutions Anywhere with Wix Headless

Wix, a platform used globally to create, manage and grow an online presence, has unveiled Wix Headless. Developers can now implement Wix solutions using composable APIs and SDKs across various platforms and devices. They will also be able to leverage leading frameworks like React and Svelte as well as integrate with various services like Netlify.

Migrating To HubSpot CMS: An SEO Walkthrough For New Users

Search Engine Journal explains how companies migrating to HubSpot CMS can take advantage of SEO features. 

Content Marketing News

Scaling Content Production: Celebrating The Unsung Hero

A guide on how to properly scale content production to reap SEO benefits. 

The Small Business Owner’s Guide to Content Marketing

An explanation of the ins and outs of content marketing for small businesses. 

AI Chat Search Visibility Marketing Strategy Announced by

ChatVisibility has launched a new website that helps organizations establish a presence on high-authority websites for greater visibility as companies seek to keep pace with AI-based search engines.

Topics: News