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.
Internal developer platform Qovery has been recognized by G2 as a momentum leader in the DevOps category. This represents the third consecutive time Qovery has been recognized, showcasing its ability to provide a high-quality developer experience.
Secrets detection platform GitGuardian has partnered with identity security and secrets management platform CyberArk. The collaboration aims to solve the Secrets Sprawl issue in DevOps and provide an all-encompassing solution that fortifies secrets using automated detection and remediation of leaks.
Content Management News
Open-source, composable content management solutions provider CrafterCMS has launched a new ChatGPT plugin. Available in the CrafterCMS Marketplace, the plugin integrates generative AI into the CrafterCMS authoring experience to enhance productivity and content variety.
Liferay’s General Manager for the Middle East and Africa shares 8 trends that will shape the future of digital experiences, including omnichannel experiences and AI and machine learning integrations.
End-to-end digital experience management solution provider Sitecore has unveiled the 2024 Sitecore Most Valuable Professionals (MVPs). The 247 MVPs chosen demonstrated outstanding engagement and support for the global Sitecore community.
Content Marketing News
IntelligenceBank’s latest report pulls data from 800,000 users in 55 countries to show the impact of AI capabilities, shifting buyer preferences, and new privacy and regulatory requirements on marketing.
Riverfront Times compiles advice from various experts on how companies can build a brand in the current digital landscape.
Web Development News
IBM has unveiled the IBM LinuxONE 4 Express system. While LinuxONE provides cybersecurity, resiliency, scalability, and AI inferencing for hybrid cloud environments, LinuxONE 4 Express offers those capabilities to small and medium-sized businesses and within new data center environments.
Software asset management platform Xensam has raised $40M in growth funding. Expedition Growth Capital led the round and funds will be used to further AI product development and expand operations in the US and Europe.
Google has furthered its commitment to the Rust Foundation by providing a grant of $1 million. The funding will support efforts to enable Rust code to interoperate with legacy C++ codebases.