Copado natively integrated testing into its low-code CI/CD DevOps platform with the Copado Spring 22 release.
LeanIX launched LeanIX Academic Edition, which provides universities and teaching institutions free access to the company's Enterprise Architecture Management (EAM) tool.
Red Hat OpenShift Data Foundation is now included in Red Hat OpenShift Platform Plus, bringing data services, including software-defined storage, to the Kubernetes platform in a single holistic solution.
DBmaestro launched Source Control, a team collaboration solution for tracking and managing database code changes.
Aqua Security announced the addition of key features to its Cloud Native Application Protection Platform (CNAPP), helping time-strapped Security, DevOps and IT practitioners to assess their cloud native security risk in minutes and respond to attacks in real-time.
strongDM announced a major release, featuring deep integrations with Okta and Azure AD and the ability to create and enforce dynamic access rules.
Testlio announced the launch of fused testing.
ShiftLeft announced a new release of its ShiftLeft CORE platform, the Velocity Update, with a host of new features that enable application security and development teams to identify and remediate attackable vulnerabilities faster and earlier in the development process.
Contrast Security announced its partnership with GitHub and the availability of its suite of GitHub Actions, simplifying the process for developers to ensure the code they build is free of security vulnerabilities.
Transposit announced platform features that automate user provisioning with new actions and connectors for Atlassian, Azure DevOps and Slack while keeping humans in the loop and in control.
Codefresh unveiled its flagship Codefresh Software Delivery Platform (CSDP), powered by Argo.
Render, the Zero DevOps Cloud Platform, announced its winter 2022 features release including a new public API that offers even greater flexibility and control when it comes to running applications in the cloud.
Copado acquired Qualibrate, a SAP automated testing solution, and IOVIO, a SAP implementation and technology services company.
ChaosNative announced the general availability of its enterprise product, ChaosNative Litmus Enterprise, and the beta version of its chaos service.
Octopus Deploy acquired Dist, a Sydney-based cloud-native container registry and artifact repository service.
Slim.AI raised a $31 million series A round.
DevOps Institute announced its new Continuing Education Program.
Storage startup 22dot6 announced that Kubernetes deployments on its software-defined TASS (Transcendent Abstractive Storage System) provide significant advantages over conventional storage infrastructures.
Loft Labs announced that the popular open source vcluster software is now available to spin up virtual clusters with k0s, the lightweight, certified Kubernetes distribution backed by Mirantis that works on any infrastructure: bare-metal, on-premise, edge, IoT, public and private clouds. k0s is based on the upstream Kubernetes.
Puppet announced a new competency-based global channel partner program for the company’s almost-200 worldwide channel partners that operate across 35 countries.
Weaveworks announced the acquisition of Magalix.
WhiteSource released an Azure DevOps repository integration, allowing Azure DevOps users to detect all open source components and automatically enforce security policies directly from their repository.
DataOps.live and Okera, the Universal Data Authorization company, announced a strategic partnership to increase the speed and security of sensitive data workloads running on the Snowflake Data Cloud Platform.
ConvergeOne released a Cyber Recovery as a Service (CRaaS) solution that utilizes innovative technologies from Dell Technologies and Amazon Web Services (AWS).
ArmorCode secured an additional $8 million in seed financing.
Oracle achieved FedRAMP High Provisional Authority to Operate (P-ATO) from the Joint Authorization Board (JAB) for an expanded set of Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) services.
Prophecy, the enterprise low-code data engineering platform that brings the speed of DevOps to data engineering, raised a $25 million Series A round.
CodeSee raised $7 million in additional funding, bringing the company’s raised total to $10 million.