DevContentOps Weekly News Roundup Mar 22 2024


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.

DevOps News

DevOps Platform Codezero Raises $3.5-Million Seed Round

Developer operations platform Codezero has secured $3.5 million in a seed funding round led by Ballistic Ventures. Codezore plans to use the funds to expand its sales and marketing teams and grow its partner network into enterprise DevOps and DevSecOps organizations, cloud service providers, and cloud migration specialists.

CircleCI Launches Release Agent to Automate Release Orchestration

Continuous integration and continuous delivery (CI/CD) platform CircleCI has unveiled CircleCI releases. The release agent enables developers to automate the release orchestration process directly from the CircleCI UI, making deploying code less risky and more user-focused. 

Content Management News

Canada’s Premier Music Media Outlet, Exclaim!, Upgrades to Modern Website Platform Powered by 9thCO

Headless CMS implementation provider 9thCO has completed the website upgrade for Exclaim! Media, a major player in Canada’s entertainment industry. The new website leverages composable architecture, powered by a headless CMS and Next.js. 

Proven ROI on MACH Investment Drives Surge in Leadership Support

The MACH Alliance announced the results of its fourth annual global survey of IT decision makers. The results include growing leadership support for MACH, sustained adoption, and notable ROI for businesses that invest in the technology. 

Content Marketing News

This Is Marketing’s Sink-or-Swim Moment

This CMSWiRE article by IBM looks at the impact enterprise-wide generative AI will have on marketing and vice versa. 

Elevating Marketing With Consumer Research: A Strategic Guide

Scott Clark provides tools and techniques marketers can use to learn more about their core audience to build stronger connections in this CMSWiRE article. 

Web Development News

Lago, a Paris-Based Open Source Billing Platform, Banks $22M

Open source billing platform Lago has raised $22M over two funding rounds. The latest Series A of $15 million was led by FirstMark, and SignalFire led the previous seed round of $7 million. Lago offers metering and usage-based billing to streamline the process for developers.

Topics: News