The Azure Government Cloud Solutions Provider (CSP) program keeps growing

Since we launched Azure Government in the Cloud Solution Provider Program (CSP) we have been working with Partners across our ecosystem to bring them the great benefits of this channel, enable them to re-sell Azure Government, and help them grow their business while providing the cloud services their customers need. For the latest list of…


Dynatrace Managed Instance now available for Azure Government

As teams across government agencies are hard at work modernizing their IT portfolios, it’s helpful to have the best tools for optimizing application performance in the cloud. Built with AI technology, Dynatrace provides full stack, all-in-one monitoring and operations analytics for the public sector at massive scale, in the largest government environments. Dynatrace utilizes artificial…

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Azure Functions portal experience now available in Azure Government

Creating and managing your Azure Functions in Azure Government just got easier with the availability of the Azure Functions portal experience. The rich portal experience allows you to create, manage and monitor your functions. You can develop using C#, F# or JavaScript and integrate with a wide variety of services using triggers and bindings. To…

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Aerospace and defense leader L3 Technologies selects Azure Government to accelerate innovation

Today we are pleased to announce that L3 Technologies, a leading provider of a broad range of communication, electronic and sensor systems and products used on military, homeland security and commercial platforms, has chosen Microsoft Azure Government as its primary cloud platform for expanding data analytics capabilities, optimizing IT operations, and delivering greater value to…

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Red Hat Enterprise Linux on Azure Government Now Consumes EA Monetary Commitment

Red Hat Enterprise Linux now consumes EA Monetary Commitment Azure Marketplace third-party reseller services now use Azure monetary commitment We are expanding the use of Azure Monetary Commitment! As of March 1, 2018, the third-party reseller services available on the Azure Marketplace—and listed below—consume Enterprise Agreement (EA) monetary commitment. Previously these services were billed outside…

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Expanding Azure Government Marketplace – March 2018

Sarah Weldon, Azure Government Azure Government Marketplace ecosystem continues to grow! Since December 2017, over 80 new offers went live in Azure Government. We highlight a few including new publishers below: CentOS 7.4 – Rogue Wave Software (formerly OpenLogic) Data Flow Instance Powered by Apache Nifi – Onyx Point, Inc. Dynatrace Managed for Government -…

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How to get started with Azure Government

This blog was contributed by Stuart McKee, Chief Technology Officer, US State and Local Government, Microsoft Corporation Many government agencies would like to take their first steps toward adopting cloud services. With so many options available, it’s hard to know where to start, and the idea of modernizing everything can be daunting. In most cases,…


Cloud DemoPalooza – Azure Gov Style (On Demand)

We challenged our Azure Government DC user community to share 12-minute demos at last month’s Meetup, Cloud DemoPalooza – Azure Gov Style, to showcase cool tech to help accelerate your cloud implementation.  If you weren’t able to join us in person, we invite you to replay the demos on the Microsoft Azure Government Meetup YouTube Channel….

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New and improved Azure Log Analytics is now available in Azure Government

New and improved Azure Log Analytics is now available in Azure Government. This is biggest upgrade to Log Analytics since its launch and includes new features for powerful search, smart analytics, and even deeper insights. This upgrade provides an interactive query language and an advanced analytics portal, powered by a highly scalable data store for…

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Accelerated Networking for both Windows and Linux is now generally available in Azure Government

We are happy to announce that Accelerated Networking (AN) for both Windows and Linux is now generally available in Azure Government. Accelerated networking provides consistent ultra-low network latency via Azure’s in-house programmable hardware and technologies such as SR-IOV. By moving much of Azure’s software-defined networking stack off the CPUs and into FPGA-based SmartNICs, compute cycles…

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