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.
Unified observability and security platform Dynatrace has revealed results from a global study involving 450 IT professionals overseeing DevOps and security processes in major corporations. Per the study, organizations that invest in DevOps automation can realize a 57% reduction in deployment failures, a 61% improvement in software quality, and a 55% decrease in IT costs.
Payment technology provider Opus has finalized a collaborative alliance with Checkmarx, a top-tier entity in the application security assessment domain. The partnership strengthens Opus’ ability to enable clients to embrace DevSecOps.
Global developer-centric security firm Secure Code Warrior has revealed plans to conduct its third yearly Devlympics coding security event on October 17-18, 2023. The event enables members of the DevOps community to test their skills against vulnerabilities.
Content Management News
Digital experience platform Acquia has unveiled its new integration hub, Acquia Exchange, designed to amplify the adaptability and expandability of its digital experience platform. The integration hub enables Acquia customers to find modules, integrations, and connectors to enhance the platform.
Composable digital experience management solution Uniform has unveiled its Enterprise Visual Workspace. The workspace will enable marketers to build and deploy omnichannel experiences without developer assistance.
Content Marketing News
Search Engine Journal provides a breakdown of Google’s Helpful Content Update designed to promote people-first content and demote content written for search engines.
Web Development News
Nx, an emerging tech company focused on creating tools that streamline the process for development teams to operate in a unified codebase, has successfully secured $16 million in a Series A funding round, with backing from Nexus Venture Partners and a16z.
Amazon Web Services (AWS) has revealed five groundbreaking AI solutions for generative technology. These advancements empower enterprises to develop new generative AI tools, boost workforce efficiency, and revolutionize their operations regardless of scale.
Open-source monitoring solution SigNoz has secured $5.4 million in a recent investment round spearheaded by SignalFire. Other contributors included Uncorrelated Ventures, Alumni Ventures, and several individual investors. The funding will be used to scale SigNoz’s cloud and enterprise offerings.