SolarWinds has announced that it now offers subscription-based pricing for most of their IT management products. The company believes that this change will provide IT teams with greater flexibility and budget predictability. 

The new pricing model offers many of the same benefits as the original licensing model, including the same level of functionality as purchased versions, 30-day free trials, and the ability to deploy on-premises or in the cloud. 

Google adds four new features to Google Meet
The new features were highly requested by users, Google explained. The company has been working to extend Google Meet to meet the growing needs of customers. 

New features include a tiled layout for up to 16 participants, the ability to present high quality video and audio, low-light mode, and noise cancellation. 

Google is also expanding its engineering support team in order to ensure that it can scale responsibly. 

ForgeRock raises $93.5 million in Series E funding
This latest funding round brings the company’s total investment to over $230 million. ForgeRock plans to use this investment on research and development as well as cloud, global sales, and market awareness. It will continue expanding ForgeRock Identity Cloud. 

This round was led by Riverwood Capital, with participation from existing investors Accel, Meritech Capital, Foundation Capital, and KKR Growth. 

Instana announces integration with Coralogix Logic Analytics
The integration will enable DevOps teams to seamlessly move from isolating problems in Instana to investigating issues in Coralogix. According to Instana, this is a one-click integration. 

“Coralogix is thrilled to be integrated with Instana’s APM solution,” said Ariel Assaraf, CEO and Founder of Coralogix. “This integration represents more than just having metrics and other data collected by Instana, allowing Coralogix and Instana to work seamlessly in tandem so that IT Operations can find and fix problems quicker.”