DevContentOps Weekly News Roundup Apr 5 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

GitLab Inc (GTLB) Announces Resignation of Mark Porter from Board

GitLab Board member Mark Porter has stepped down from his role on the board and as a member of the Board’s Audit Committee, effective April 12, 2024. Current board member and Lead Independent Director Godfrey Sullivan has been appointed to fill the vacancy left on the Audit Committee following Mr.Porter’s departure, and the board has been reduced from eight to seven members. 

Mastering The DevOps Toolchain: 10 Essential to Build a DevOps Assembly Line

This CheckPoint article provides ten tips for building a DevOps assembly line, including source control management tools and continuous integration platforms. 

KitOps: Bridging the Gap Between AI/ML and DevOps with Standardized Packaging

An introduction to KitOps, a way to link artificial intelligence and machine learning with DevOps. 

Content Management News

CMO Circle - Navigating the Onboarding Journey: A New CMO’sCMO’s Approach

CMSWire sat down with the new Sitecore CMO, Kathie Johnson, to explore the strategies for success with the digital experience platform.  

XSS Vulnerability Affects Beaver Builder WordPress Page Builder

A cross-site scripting vulnerability has been discovered in the WordPress plugin Beaver Builder. The vulnerability enables attackers to inject scripts into the website. 

Content Marketing News

NetLine’sNetLine’s 2024 Report Sheds Light on Surging Demand for Gated B2B Content and AI Insights

Buyer engagement platform NetLine has unveiled its 2024 State of B2B Content Consumption and Demand Report. The report highlights B2B buyer behaviors, content preferences, and the impact of AI on content engagement.

Alphabet Said to Consider Offer to Acquire Hubspot

Google parent company Alphabet has been speaking to advisors about possibly acquiring HubSpot, the CRM platform currently valued at $32 billion. 

Web Development News

Amazon Is Laying off Hundreds Employees in Its Cloud Division

Amazon Web Services (AWS) has made plans to cut hundreds of tech, sales, and marketing jobs following slow sales growth in recent quarters. Cuts in sales and marketing teams are due to changes in training, certification, and sales operations, while reductions in physical store technology employees are due to increased application use. 

Netlify Begins Rolling Out Latest Version of Its Next.js Runtime

Modern web development platform Netlify has released the latest version of its Next.js runtime. The library enables developers to run Next.js on Netlify with no configuration.

Topics: News