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.
AI-powered software delivery solutions provider Digital.ai has launched Denali, its AI-powered DevSecOps platform. The launch highlights Digital.ai’s pledge to advance the developer experience, with the new release facilitating AI-assisted software delivery, optimizing cloud-native development, and strengthening application security.
IT solutions provider Tasrie IT Services has launched new DevOps and Cloud Native Consulting Services, marking a significant move in helping businesses excel in the digital era.
DevOps automation platform DuploCloud will showcase its no-code/low-code platform at KubeCon and Elevate from Nov. 6-9, emphasizing its potential to significantly reduce time to market and save costs for businesses.
LaunchDarkly, the platform assisting engineers in enhancing product experiences, has unveiled its Galaxy Product Release. The latest product supports engineers across multiple aspects of software releases, including progressive rollouts, product experimentation, measurement, mobile development, and release targeting.
Content Management News
Composable Digital Experience Platform provider Contentstack has announced that Sonova’s Audiological Care business is adopting its headless CMS solution, emphasizing the increasing importance of omnichannel digitalization strategies in the hearing care industry.
Headless CMS Kontent.ai has introduced an innovative set of AI tools, highlighting that AI is set to redefine content production and personalization, a sentiment echoed by 70% of their clientele, who noted improved content operations.
Content Marketing News
B2B marketplace DesignRush has ranked the top SEO companies for October 2023, including the likes of REQ and Affordable Websites Dublin.
This Forbes Council post highlights demand generation strategies to help organizations in the scale-up stage build customer interest and generate revenue.
Web Development News
Information Services Group (ISG), a global tech advisory firm, has shared the 2023 ISG Provider Lens™ report, spotlighting the surge in low-code/no-code (LCNC) platforms.
Kubernetes availability platform Chkk, founded by AWS veterans, preemptively detects Kubernetes vulnerabilities. The company has received a $5.2 million investment from Sequoia Capita, which aids businesses in maintaining Kubernetes uptime.